Really Slow Motion Celebrates Five Year Anniversary: Agus Gonzalez Lancharro's Original Music for Trailers Company Helps Promote the Biggest Releases from Marvel, Lucasfilm & Every Major Movie Studio - Creative Planet Network
Really Slow Motion is one of Hollywood's Preeminent Providers of Original Music for Motion Picture Advertising

Hollywood, CA, April 18, 2018 – Agus Gonzalez-Lancharro, Owner and Creative Director of the original music for all media company Really Slow Motion Music & Sound Design (RSM), has announced that 2018 marks the Five Year Anniversary of his successful enterprise.

“We love creating fresh new, high-end, cinematic music for the world’s biggest movie trailers, but we’d like the industry to know we would also love to be considered for smaller, independent films, comedies and documentaries, in addition to the blockbusters,” Gonzalez-Lancharro says.

Originally from Barcelona, Spain, Gonzalez-Lancharro launched Really Slow Motion in London in 2013, relocating to Los Angeles in 2017. The renowned musician and composer spearheads an international team of composers and music supervisors who contribute their talents to this music and sound design company which specializes in providing sonic branding for motion picture advertising.

Since its start in 2013, Really Slow Motion has counted every major film studio and production company, as well as every top trailer house as clients. These studios and production companies include Universal Pictures, Disney, Paramount, Sony Entertainment, Warner Bros, Marvel, 20th Century Fox, CBS TV, Lionsgate Films and Relativity Media. The company’s client base also includes Trailer Park, Ant Farm, Buddha Jones, Create, mOcean and virtually every other noted trailer house in Hollywood.

To date, Gonzalez-Lancharro and Really Slow Motion have provided original music for trailers promoting such major hit motion pictures as “Black Panther,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” “Captain America: Winter Soldier” (including a 2014 SuperBowl TV spot which premiered that trailer), “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “World War Z,” “Pacific Rim,” “300: Rise of an Empire,” “The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug,” “Maleficent, “RoboCop” (2014), “47 Ronin,” and many others.

In addition to custom scoring, Gonzalez-Lancharro also oversees regular production of a constantly growing catalogue of production music ready for licensing and publishing. The Really Slow Motion library, consisting of over 3,000 tracks available for licensing, is comprised of two catalogues: The X-Motion, primarily for use for television promotion and for in-show content, and Postcards from the World, which features world music available for all media. Recent TV commercials promoting Porsche and Samsung have featured music culled from Really Slow Motion libraries.

Gonzalez-Lancharro also regularly deals with sub-publishers in over 40 countries throughout the world, who handle licensing for Really Slow Motion’s catalogue. These include Warner Chappell, BeatBox Music, musicDIRECTOR/BMG, Sound Machine, Echo Music, Studio Fontana, and Hi-Five, among them.

Pete Hasty, Director of Music/Associate Producer with Buddha Jones, said, “Agus provides an amazing combination of talent, consistency, and reliability - qualities that are high currency in today’s environment. I can trust him to deliver exactly what I need, and I believe that his dedication to quality and creativity is applied to everything he does.”

Adds Simone Benyacar, Head of Music/Composer with Ant Farm, “Agus and Really Slow Motion have managed to find their voice in the trailer music world with a fresh new sound.”

About Agus Gonzalez Lancharro:

Really Slow Motion founder Agus Gonzalez Lancharro was born in Barcelona, Spain. A noted guitarist, Lancharro specializes in: Music Supervision and Sync Licensing; Music Composition and Performance; Music Production; Team Management; Marketing and Sales: and Music Journalism.

He moved to London in 2005, and from 2010 to 2013 he was the Editor in Chief of several online Spanish music instrument websites for the company Cutaway and Bajos y Bajistas. He was the company’s music technology expert, and interviewed wide ranging music artists including Billy Sheehan, Reggie Hamilton, Abe Laboriel, Marco Mendoza, Jeff Berlin.

Also during this time frame, he was the Editor for Bateria & Percusion Magazine, another online publication, where he interviewed such drummers as Simon Phillips, Thomas Lang, Carl Palmer, Kenny Aronoff, and many more.

From 2007 -2013, Agus was also the Editor for Cutaway Magazine, during which time he interviewed such music artists as Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, Tommy Emmanuel, Albert Lee, Brent Mason, Paul Gilbert, Greg Howe, and Steve Morse.

In 2013, Agus began composing original music for movie trailers, working under the umbrella name of Really Slow Motion. He expanded the business in 2016 when he relocated to Los Angeles to continue his outreach to the top motion picture studios and trailer houses.

Agus holds a Master of Arts Degree in Composing for Film & TV from Kingston University. He also holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Music Performance from the University of East London. In addition he attended the Guitar Institute in London from 2005-2006, earning a Diploma in Contemporary Music Performance.

ABOUT REALLY SLOW MOTION:

Founded in 2013 by composer and musician Agus Gonzalez-Lancharro, Really Slow Motion is one of Hollywood’s preeminent providers of original music for motion picture advertising. The company has composed original music featured in dozens of trailers promoting some of the biggest movie blockbusters in Hollywood history. RSM also offers over 3,000 tracks of production music for film, television, advertising, videogames, and multi-media licensing. For more information, please see: http://www.reallyslowmotion.com/

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