April 2017 – Scott is in LA this month to discuss writing original music for some exciting new national shows. While in LA, Scott is attending the annual ASCAP Expo to meet some great composers such as Michael Abels (Get Out) and Carly Paradis (Moon).
March 2017 – “The Competition” score is complete and delivered! Scott looks forward to seeing all the hard work in theatres later this year.
February 2017 – The final touches on the first series of videos “Take the Stage” has been delivered and approved! This educational program will be tested in several Houston local schools next month.
January 2017 – Getting Robert Sutton into the studio to record his incredible guitar skills. The tasty tracks will be used in the score for “The Competition”.
December 2016 – After flying out to Los Angeles to meet with The Theory, Inc, Scott is starting the score on a new romantic-comedy feature film “The Competition”.
November 2016 – Started writing the score for the upcoming short film Dream Catcher with Mower Productions and Michelle Mower.
October 2016 – Meeting with Dan Gordon of Gordon Education Initiatives to discuss creative directions for the music on the children’s show “Take the Stage”
September 2016 – A new jingle was mixed and delivered for Joel Rogers Classic Chevrolet just received a fresh new jingle for their upcoming advertising campaign.
August 2016 – Thanks to Rachel Sabol and her students at Cornerstone Christian Academy, Scott recorded fantastic audio of the students singing for a new car dealership jingle.
July 2016 – Scott is compiling his library of songs in preparation for a big upcoming project.
May 2016 – “Where’s the Money? The Rise and Fall of Stanford Financial” directed by Dave Henry won won a Gold Remi for Best Documentary under 60 minutes. Scott feels very honored to have provided the original music for this important film.
April 2016 – Scott is in LA for the annual ASCAP Expo to interact with like minded composers and musicians. While out in LA, Scott visited the set of Judge Faith to see the progress of the new season.
March 2016 – Working in the studio, Scott is cooking up a music pitch with new tracks for a TV series.
February 2016 – Scott is in the studio putting the final touch on the music for “Where’s the Money?” which is a documentary by iFilm Productions.
January 2016 – Kam Franklin of the Suffers is in the studio recording vocals for the original song “Slave to Passion.”
December 2015 – At Wire Road Studios cutting the tracks for two original songs with Rankin Peters, Steve Allison, Tommy Peters, and the legendary audio engineer Andy Bradley.
November 2015 – iFilm Productions hires Scott to provide original music for the documentary “Where’s the Money?” which is about the fall of Stanford Financial.
October 2015 – While out in LA, Scott meets with several clients about future projects
September 2015 – Scott is putting the final touches on some tracks for “Take the Stage;” a children’s show produced by Gordon Education Initiatives.
August 2015 – Kelley Peters graces the studio with her voice while recording the vocals on a Jingle.
May 2015 – The horror-comedy “Doll Factory,” a feature film that Scott recently scored, is screening at the Texas International Comic Convention (Comicpalooza).
April 2015 – While working in the studio on a new television theme, director Billy Stewart featured Scott in a documentary about the quest for the perfect guitar tone called “Tone Chasers.”
March 2015 – In two studios with four different musicians and two vocalists, Scott is working on a series of children’s songs for a major client.
February 2015 – Scott Szabo won Best Original Music at the 2015 Houston Comedy Film Festival for his work on the horror/comedy Doll Factory.
January 2015 – Scott Szabo supplied original music for the nationally syndicated show Judge Faith which just signed for a second season.
December 2014 – Scott is producing music with legend Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top for Fiesta Mart’s Christmas commercials.
November 2014 – With Bob Sutton on guitar and Kelley Peters on vocals, the new jingle is sounding great!
October 2014 – Scott is off to Austin to start work on the score for the upcoming documentary Camp 72.
September 2014 – Out supporting the current/next generation of composers and musicians, Scott will be at the Austin Film Society and the Business of Sound sharing some “sound advice.”
August 2014 – Scott is finishing the last music cues for the Doll Factory score.
July 2014 – Scott is working on a project for Point Cloud Media. He looks forward to visiting Hawaii to see the 4D presentation in action.
May 2014 – Starting work on a new feature film, Doll Factory, Scott is spending the day spotting the film with the director.
April 2014 – The Preacher’s Daughter, a feature film that Scott scored, just won Best Non-European Independent Dramatic Feature in Paris at the European Independent Film Festival.
December 2013 – Scott is preparing for the busy upcoming year by upgrading his studio equipment to ProTools 11.
November 2013 –The Preacher’s Daughter premieres on Lifetime this month. Scott supplied the original score for the feature.
September 2013 – In the studio, Scott is finishing the music score for The Preacher’s Daughter.
Summer 2013 – Scott is officially scoring the feature film The Preacher’s Daughter for local Michelle Mower.
April 2013 – Scott at Wire Road Studio recording his music with Divisi Strings
Winter 2013 – Scott is in studio creating and mixing sound for Monster Media 3D.
Spring 2012 – Scott is composing music for the film, “Because I Love You“, the story of an unlikely romance which occurs when a kidnapped victim falls in love with one of her abductors. Starring Chico Benymon from the sitcom, “Half & Half” and Produced by T-Cat Films.
Fall 2011 – Original music composed and orchestrated by Scott Szabo for the movie, “Distances“.
August/September 2010 – Virginia based company Good Egg Media hires Scott to compose original music for a series of web videos for Homeland Security. Lots of dark dramatic and suspense music with a good bit of action!
August 2010 – LA music supervisor Eric Hester licenses music from Scott for a new TV Pilot. The untitled show will utilize Scott’s music tracks throughout the pilot, which if picked up will become episode 1.
July 2010 – Scott inks a deal with CBS to provide additional music tracks for the shows on their fall line up.
July 2010 – AAF Houston unveils its new ad campaign for BARC with original music by Scott. This music features piano and viola plus a small string section.
June 2010 – Locke Bryan Productions brings in Scott to compose the music for Academy Sports and Outdoors TV spot. The music is a pop/rock rock track with a heart warming feel.
May 2010 – Richards/Carlberg Ad Agency hires Scott to compose a radio jingle for their client People’s Trust Financial Co-op. The music is a light pop/rock guitar driven track with vocals by Robert M Sutton.
March 2010 – Karen Aptekar Productions hired Scott to provide original acoustic guitar music for radio spots to promote “Sexual Assault Awareness Month” for the Houston Area Women’s Center.
February 2010 – Scott provided music to Zenfilm for Delta Downs radio spots. The music is a Big Band swing with drums a la Gene Krupa.
January 2010 – MG Productions hired Scott to compose the music for the new SuperShuttle TV and Radio campaign. The music is a pop/gospel feel with Kelley Peters providing the lead vocal. The ads start running this spring in 23 cities across the US.
December 8, 2009 – from The Hollywood Reporter – Twentieth Television has renewed syndication mainstays “Judge Alex” and “Divorce Court” for two more years, taking each through the 2011-12 season.