“Slog Machine” was used in the trailer.
Jonathan created music and a video for the United Nations 2nd Annual Youth Pre-Conference to inspire the 200+ youth from all over the world attending
It was a privilege to have the opportunity to inspire future world leaders through music, image and words.
The music is called Anthem of Humanity. The title is a little bold maybe but its just a title, I could have called it “Squirrel Boogie” but that would make no sense.
Jonathan is like a master painter of musical emotional depth. He understands the importance of how music affects human emotion and his music penetrates your heart and guides you on a journey. I look forward to working with him again.
Jonathan is versatile and he embraces collaboration with the passion of a master composer. His ear for emotion and his gift for musical storytelling is unmatched which is why I write my scripts listening to his music. I trust him explicitly when it comes to deadlines and he is the utmost professional. I would never want to work with anyone else.
Jonathan composed the trailer and film score for this family dramedy.
Jonathan composed the music for the bio-technology ad, called Lumee.
Jonathan J. Beaudette is a composer, conductor, producer and multi-instrumentalist. His primary instruments are the piano, acoustic and electric guitar and 12-string acoustic guitar. He also plays bass guitar, various synths, percussion, and has been known to use his very unique voice from time to time.
At age 6, Beaudette grew up learning film scores on the family piano “by ear” where he found his first love: cinematic music. He actually performed the Main Title of Star Wars in elementary school on the Recorder. Years later, film music and the piano was left on a desert road for Rock music and a guitar…strangely enough while servicing turbo-prop engines for 4 years in U.S. Air Force.
After serving his country, Beaudette studied orchestration and audio engineering, purchased gear for his project studio and began recording and mixing his music. It wasn’t long before his first love came back into his life – film music – and in 2003 he moved to Los Angeles where he quickly began composing music for film trailers (a perfect blend of his two loves: orchestra and rock).
Beaudette composed a score for the United Nations in support of the Millennium Development Goals and the 2nd Annal Youth Pre-Conference. His music has been used in major motion picture trailers like Harry Potter 7 as well as Network and Cable TV channels like ABC, CBS, Sci-Fi Channel, History Channel and many more. (See PROJECTS for a complete list of projects)
Other works by Beaudette include 8 film scores, and his music has been used in documentaries such as: Starring Adam West, Buffer Zone and Yolanda; and in advertising campaigns for Ogilvy & Mather.