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Trackdown Extends Its Creative Reach

16 September 2015

Trackdown would like to introduce the two newest members of the team, resident Music Supervisor Gary Seeger and Lead Engineer Evan McHugh.

Gary Seeger has been involved in the music & film business for 25 years. Seeger's experience and knowledge stems from numerous music industry jobs; from music licensing, soundtrack label management, to artist management and publishing. seegerMUSIC gave birth 5 years ago as a music supervision service for film/TV producers. He's worked with oodles of artists, from first time bands through to Powderfinger and the like. His passion for music and film has taken him on an eclectic and interesting journey; from record labels to music publishing companies. Seeger has negotiated and licensed songs for numerous film and television productions including: John Malkovich’s Disgrace, the award winning ABC Rake and Jack Irish series to The Sapphires, Felony and Wolf Creek 2 to name a few. He is currently working a season 3 of Please Like Me, A Place To Call Home and a number of film projects.

Evan McHugh has worked out of renowned Sydney studios such as Festival, Electric Avenue Studios, BJB and Turning Studios building himself a leading reputation over his 15-year long career as freelance Sound Engineer. He has worked on albums by Midnight Oil, Grinspoon, The Golden Age, Jet and The Delta Riggs, while keeping his foot in the live engineering world mixing for Dead Letter Circus, The Preatures, Rowland S. Howard, Wolf and Cub, locally and abroad. Since then Evan has moved into music production for film, television and theatre which has included work on Baz Luhrmann’s "The Great Gatsby" and the orchestral music for Strictly Ballroom: The Musical. His first project at Trackdown was on a Marco Beltrami film score working with legendary Abbey Rd and Scoring Engineer, John Kurlander

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