Santi Piqueras did an internship with Larp Music and now manages the studio and collaborates
We want to be completely honest and it is important to understand that when you start out you will not be scoring films and producing top 10 artists. As an intern you will start with very basic tasks which may be more related to the running of the studio. If you prove to be diligent and hard working you will then get to work on projects with composers, again starting off with the basics but building up to a greater level of involvement. The speed at which you get involved with larger projects will be based on your efforts.
Important to note before applying for the music internships:
Larp Music works primarily “in the box.” We work out of bespoke music studios but we do not have 28 channel Neve mixing desks and lots of outboard equipment. If you aspire to be a ‘purist’ mix engineer then again, this is probably not the best company for you.
If you would like to apply please send us an email with:
- a link to a short video of yourself explaining briefly what you have done, what you like doing, what you would like to do and how Larp might be able to help. The video should be no more than 90 seconds and you should just act natural.
- a link to some of your work. NO MP3s.
Send it to intern[at]larpmusic.com
Why do we ask for a video? It’s all too easy and impersonal to send an email and attach a cv and we’d like to get to know you.
When recording your video – please be concise. We are busy and don’t need your life story… You can give us that if we invite you in for a chat.
Jim Hustwit is a composer and Music Producer in London. He writes for TV, Film and Theatre as well as producing artists.