Composer Smith Adds Rosendahl Nanosyncs to Arsenal

Feb 13, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors


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Stanley A. Smith, a composer, musician and producer with an extensive resume in record production and music for television and film, recently installed Rosendahl's Nanosyncs at his Standard Music Production facility in Universal City, Calif., at the recommendation of several of his colleagues in the business: "My music editor and a lot of other people have been telling me that digital setups work only as well as the clock. They said, 'You'll hear the difference.' I went for it, and there is a difference."

Multi-instrumentalist Smith was formerly a staff writer/producer at TBA Records, where he wrote and produced several contemporary jazz records for artists such as Paul Russo, Alvin Hayes and Frank Potenza. While also having toured with Jeffery Osborne, Cheryl Lynn, Caron Wheeler (Soul II Soul) and others, Stanley shifted his focus from touring and record production and started on the path to the latest phase in his career: composing for film and television.

"It's nice to have everything stabilized on one good clock," continued Smith, "especially for film and TV. I do the Bernie Mac Show [including the recently completed new main title] and when I'm locking to picture, it's really important that all that stuff stays tight. We mixed [the new main title] her and it turned out great—live horns and the whole deal."

Having worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from original cables movies, network television and independent features, including The Line, Catfish in Black Bean Sauce and The Visit, Smith also recently completed his first major studio feature, Ride or Die, starring Duane Martin and Vivica A. Fox, for Sony-Screengems.

For more information, visit Rosendahl's Nanosyncs online at

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