Chris Landi

Chris Landi

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Unique - Soundtracks | Shamong, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 902   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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I've been a working musician for many, many years. I've worked with, and learned from some of the best there is - in my opinion. I write and record any and all styles of music that exists, and have to say that I get the most enjoyment out of soundtrack work - mostly orchestral, but it doesn't matter much what style. Whatever fits.

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David Banks posted over 30 days ago to Chris Landi

Chris I've just realized that Mitch might not see my comment because this is not his home page? Never mind! While I'm here I've just listened to your track "Henni" and what a voice you have! Probably the best voice I've heard in years! Might ask you to write a track with me one day! All the very best to you Too! David

Mitch Siegal posted over 30 days ago

hi Chris, thanks for the kudos! I was a member of Taxi for many years and spent a lot of time and money with them. I was getting on the average of 20 forwards per year. (a forward from taxi means you managed to impress the gatekeepers at Taxi) and now the actual person in charge of the listing gets to hear your song. I really hated that because the reps at Taxi are always the same with very subjective tastes. so if they don't like your music, you'll never get one pass the goalie so to speak.
Broadjam skips the middle man and lets the right people hear the music every time, regardless of weather or not broadjam staff likes it or not.
the last year I was with Taxi, I had only gotten 5 forwards.. leaving little or no chance at all for success. I spoke with a rep there to convey my concerns and he, in so many words told me he would not get in between taxis reps and the members (me). so not only was he telling me he would do nothing to remedy the situation, but he did it in a crass manner. He more or less let me know that I was just a number at Taxi, and an easily replaced customer. Needles to say he lost me that day and I let him know before I hung up it was largely in part to his unprofessional posture he chose to take with me. had he done his due diligence prior to our conversation, he would have chosen his words more carefully as he ate them that day. I literally would spend a couple thousand dollars a year submitting through them and just wanted to know why I was only getting 5 forwards per year as apposed to the 20 or so I had in the past.
Anyway, enough with my rant.. as far as success with broadjam, I have won many small battles along the way via contests and listings they offer. currently I am in the running for about 6 films with one that just selected me for a feature film. keeping my fingers crossed! nothing is a done deal until contracts are signed. MTV has licensed 3 of my songs in the past 2 years but no money from that as of yet either. I can tell you this for sure, As I grow, and my songwriting skills evolve, the opportunities present themselves WAY more frequently.
I hope this helps you Chris.

your friend,


Nick Fuse posted over 30 days ago

Chris, Great Work on Coming Home. Very melancholic and wistful, and to me, calls out for lyrics. Sending you a friend Request as Shamong is about as obscure as Bivalve to those who only know Jersey City. _ Nick

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