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Brian Carson is a Canadian composer, working in television, film and video games. He composed the score for Acceleracers.

Biography

Carson came from a musical family, performing and creating music in various bands around Ottawa, Canada.[1]

In 1986, he worked for Sound Venture Productions as a composer for television programs and commercials.[1]

4 years later in 1990, he moved to Toronto and signed with music publisher Francis Davies. In 1993 he moved to Vancouver, in which he scored music for games and television companies, including EA, CBC, E! and Warner Bros. Television. He signed with record label Nettwork Records in 2000, creating the band Lester.[1]

In 2003, he composed the music for Hot Wheels: World Race and it's successor Hot Wheels: Acceleracers in 2005.

Awards

2001

  • Winner

Leo Award for Best Original Score

“Hollywood Off-Ramp”

2003

  • Winner

Leo Award for Best Original Score

“The Christmas Orange”

  • Nominee

Gemini Award for Best Original Score

“The Christmas Orange”

2004

  • Nominee

Gemini Award for Best Original Music Score

“Silverwing”

2005

  • Nominee

Leo Award for Best Original Score

"Dragons: Fire & Ice”

2006

  • Winner

Elan Award for Best Original Score

“Tony Hawk, Boom Boom Sabotage”

2010

  • Nominee

Daytime Emmy Award for Best Original Score

“Hot Wheels, Battle Force 5”

  • Nomineee

Gemini Award for Best Original Score

"Hot Wheels, Battle Force 5"

2013

  • Nominee

Leo Award for Best Original Score

“Max Steel 9”

  • Nominee

Leo Award for Best Original Score

“Slugterra”[2]

External Links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 https://www.coremusicagency.com/roster/composers/brian-carson
  2. Page 3 https://www.coremusicagency.com/get/uploads/WqZm7MppHjZQlOMjtPN5JZ4FeKccEKroHhVVmvYD.pdf Retrieved September 27, 2019.
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