The feature film “The Record Keeper” was scored by Geoff Koch and had its world premiere September 26, 2014 in the Raindance Film Festival in London. The film was named as one of the top 20 films to see at the Festival and was met with excellent critical review… “If the words ‘biblical’, ‘steampunk’ and ‘fantasy’ don’t interest you, you [...]
“The Record Keeper” had its first public screening to an enthusiastic audience of hundreds — many of whom drove hours to see it — in July in Portland, Oregon. Composer, Geoff Koch, (second from right) answering audience questions with the cast and crew after the screening.
The Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee officially opens its new 210,000-foot expansion April 15, 2014, which features a new “Recording Studio” and “Mashup Station” exhibit. All the music for this new exhibit was produced by KMP. Stop by the new exhibit and have some fun recording, then mashing up your performance with [...]
KMP was tasked to create a new piece of music for each day of Firestone’s National 2014 Convention. The musical request was to combine elements of hip hop with marching band and drum corps. Hear a clip of the Day 1 Opening track… [...]
Check out the new album by Portland-based band, Smoochknob, “Drive By High Five“. Track 5 — “5th Times the Charm” — features an orchestral arrangement by Geoff Koch. Listen to a clip of 5th Times the Charm here:
Counter Measure will be premiering at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on May 5, 2013. See this link for details… http://laapff.festpro.com/films/detail/counter_measure_2013
Completed in 2012, “Robot Explorers” in 3D is a full-dome planetarium show featuring a score written and produced by Geoff Koch, now in syndication to planetariums worldwide. Near the end of the 20th century, we began launching unmanned probes into the far reaches of the solar system. What they discovered was amazing and in some cases [...]
In preparation for scoring the upcoming film/TV-series “The Record Keeper” I decided to create a virtual electronic instrument based on an antique French clock. This clock was built ca. late 1800’s and most likely came from the region near the French border with Germany and Switzerland. By sampling the clock’s various chimes, ticks and [...]