SOCAN’s video series, The Pros, finds leaders in their musical fields sharing some of the information they’ve learned while creating significant work in their careers.

Screen composer Rob Carli has won five SOCAN Awards for his work on Murdoch Mysteries, a Canadian program that’s run for a remarkable 15 seasons, and been broadcast all around the world. Carli has won five Gemini Awards and four Canadian Screen Awards. He’s scored four seasons of Wynonna Earp for the SyFy channel, and four seasons of Frankie Drake Mysteries for CBC. He’s also created the music for the Netflix Miniseries Tokyo Trial, Global TV’s critically-acclaimed medical drama Remedy, CBC’s police drama Cracked, and George A. Romero’s zombie movie Survival of the Dead.

Here, Carli explains why screen composing is a great career if you enjoy writing music for all kinds of different projects, and points to an organization that can help.

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Click on the image to watch our interview with Robert Carli