Commissioned Music...


We represent over 20 composers who are available to create commissioned music for your projects including banded theme tunes, documentary sound tracks, advertising and more. Each composer has their own unique skill set, which we match to your requirements. Get in touch with details of your project for a quote.

Featured Composers...

David Marsden

 David has composed over 1,000 songs for RSM, as well as TV and advertising. He also has a successful career in composing music for computer games including bestselling PlayStation titles Stuntman, Driver 3, and working alongside Disney Interactive on Monster’s Inc. and Toy Story 2. This year one of David’s tracks was used in the 5 times Oscar nominated Hollywood blockbuster Foxcatcher.

Robert de Fresnes

 Robert de Fresnes is an experienced media composer whose music regularly appears on TV channels worldwide. His also the writer and producer for UK act and BBC Radio 2 favourites Miss 600. Most recently, Robert has been creating music used in major sporting events including Wimbledon Tennis, Rugby 6 Nations, & Athletics World Championships.

Alex Attwood

 RSM’s very own “Mr Documentary”. Originally commissioned to compose the music for BBC documentary “The Road to El Alamein” back in 2012, the production team were so impressed it lead to him being commissioned for a number of BBC documentaries over the last 3 years including A History of Syria, Russia on 4 Wheels, India: A Dangerous place to be woman, A History of the Congo, Children of Syria and many more.

Warren Bennett

Warren is the son of Brian Bennett, drummer with The Shadows; in fact Warren has toured as musical director with The Shadows since 2004. Aside from performing Warren has an extensive and impressive collection of composition credits for both TV and film including; Holby City, New Tricks, Birds of a Feather and London’s Burning. 

Luke Jones

 Luke Jones is a British music producer and DJ who has produced national radio jingles and advertising scores for 52 radio stations. As head engineer at Warwick Hall Recording studio for seven years he gained engineering, producing and remixing credits on several recordings released by Universal, Polydor and a host of independent labels. His latest accolade is writing the music for the international TV trailer for Disney Pixar’s Inside Out.

Oliver Davis

Oliver studied at the Royal Academy of Music. After graduating in 1994, he went on to score music for numerous international advertising campaigns, feature films, production music and over 400 TV episodes. Current projects include a new TV series for CBeebies and look out for Olly the Little White Van on CiTV and the latest Saga ad campaign.

Andy Simms

Award-winning composer for TV and Film. Recent commissions include scores for film, TV, commercials and preparing and conducting arrangements for string quartets, horn sections, big band and orchestra, collaborating with artists as diverse as Michael Nyman (with whom Andy shared the 2010 East End Film Festival Best Score Award), Barry Adamson, Nizlopi and Nick Cave. Selected TV and Commercial credits include ITV1, SkyTV, C4, More4, UKTV, History Channel, Nike, Lexus, BMW, Lexus, Peroni, Skype and the BFI.

Vince Webb

Vince is an up and coming composer who cut his teeth writing music for indie video games on platforms like Facebook, iPad, PlayStation Network and Nintendo Wii ware. Now, in addition to games his music is being regularly used in TV shows worldwide, most recently on NBC's ‘The Sing-Off’ for which he composed a selection of bespoke acapella tracks.

Mark Greenwood

Mark has worked with many different artists across many genres. These include Pee Wee Ellis, Juan Diego Florez, Paul Jackson, East Bay Rhythm, Hutch De Mouilpied, Chris White, Kaz Kasozi, Derek Austin and most recently, award winning US film composer Robert Allen Elliot.

He has toured extensively with his bands Mania 7 and Tox and as a session guitarist has toured throughout the US, the Middle East and Europe supporting acts such as Tommy Lee, Puddle Of Mud, Jamie Cullum and U.T.I.O.G at venues such as The Viper Rooms and The Roxy in L.A., North 6 in New York and the Burj in Dubai.

Tom Linden

Tom Linden's music has been used on TV Series such as Top Gear & Green Wing, Documentaries including Northern Skies & Animal Planet, as Idents for Desperate Housewives & MTV Cribs and on Worldwide Adverts for Baileys, Orange, Visa, Amnesty International and Firetrap. Early 2012, as part of a major rebranding, he was commissioned to give Channel 5 News a fresh Sound including Theme Music and all Titles.

Tom has worked with an eclectic Mix of Artist, Brands and Labels. Collaborations includes established Artists such as Dance Giants "Basement Jaxx" & Reggae Legends "Twinkle Brothers" as well as exciting up and coming Artists such as British Electropop "Frankmusik" & Asian R&B "Djinn".

Paul Wheatley

Paul is a music producer, songwriter, drummer, percussionist and ex-club DJ based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Using up-to-the-minute production techniques together with live instrumentation and electronic wizardry, he creates a diverse range of music with high-end production values. Paul records all his own instruments (synths, guitars, bass, drums, percussion, vocals), and makes his own samples.  With his passion for electronic music, he is in his element writing in all sub-genres of "electronica" and its crossovers, from ambient, downtempo and hip-hop, thru to electro-pop, vocal house and balls-to-the-wall breakbeat. He is also an active percussionist with in-depth knowledge of Afro-Cuban & Afro-Brazilian rhythms and styles.

Mark Allaway

Mark is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he studied saxophone, composition and arranging. After initially embarking on a performing career including a European tour with renowned saxophone quartet Itchy Fingers, Mark then concentrated on composition for TV and film. In the early 90's he wrote the score for the award winning play 'Singular Women' which played London’s West End and South Bank and was involved with the contemporary woodwind group 'Quadraphonic'. Mark has gone on to write for 'Sans Retour' [French T.V. documentary], NortonKidz5 [advert],as well as short films 'Adams Garden','The Last Laugh' and 'Chasing Chekhov', the latter of which won the 2008 LABAFTA for best short film.

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