Today’s prompt comes from Fernando Arruda
On one device, turn on the daily radio or TV daily news. On another device, turn on your music player. Leave the news playing and "DJ" music that appropriately scores what is being said. Remember that stopping music is also a very effective way to score something.
Fernando Arruda is the sound designer, engineer, and composer for Reveal. He contributes to the scoring, recording, editing and mixing of the weekly public radio show and podcast. Prior to joining Reveal, Arruda toured as an international DJ and taught music technology at Dubspot and ESRA International Film School. He co-founded a film scoring boutique called Manhattan Composers Collective and worked at Antfood, a creative audio studio geared toward media and ad spots. Arruda worked with clients such as Marvel and Samsung and ad agencies such as Framestore, Trollbäck + Company, Buck and Vice. Arruda releases experimental music under the alias FJAZZ and has performed with many jazz, classical and pop ensembles such as Krychek, Dark Inc., the New York Arabic Orchestra and Art&Sax. His credits in the podcast and radio world include NPR’s “51 percent,” WNYC’s “Bad Feminist Happy Hour” and its live broadcast of Orson Welles’ “The Hitchhiker.” Arruda has scored extensively for theatrical, orchestral and chamber music formats, some of which have premiered worldwide. He holds a master’s degree in film scoring and composition from NYU Steinhardt, and currently plays saxophone at SFJAZZ Monday Night Big Band, for fun. Arruda is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.