Larry Brown

Composer & Sound Design, M17

Larry Brown is an accomplished engineer, producer and music composer with an Emmy and multiple Emmy nominations to his credit. He has composed music for over two dozen films, over fifty television programs and multiple brand campaigns for major Fortune 100 companies. His depth of creative and technical skills on both the composing, sound design and engineering fronts has made him a renaissance multi position player on the media field.

Larry Brown and Spencer Proffer first collaborated over thirty five years ago when Brown played drums and percussion on numerous Proffer produced albums. In addition, Larry designed and built Proffer's Pasha Music House Recording studios, where Larry engineered and Spencer produced artists such as Heart, Cheap Trick, The Little River Band, Quiet Riot, The Beach Boys and The Stayin' Alive soundtrack. More recently, Larry and Spencer teamed up on four Showtime Original movies, two feature films and the long-running award-winning HBO series "Happily Ever After," on which Brown was the lead composer for the series while Proffer served as Music Director.

Larry continues to compose and provide sound design for M17 films and media ventures.

His long list of clients can be viewed by downloading his resume from the website listed above.

Larry was recently interviewed by performing rights society, BMI in connection with his career and view on composing. Here it is: 10 Questions: Larry Brown