The Score Magazine

Winner of the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for outstanding print coverage of music, THE SCORE is the SCL’s quarterly print magazine, featuring in-depth interviews with significant figures in our industry as well as creative and technical perspectives. It is delivered as a printed magazine as well as published here online for our members.

Winter 2007


Hillary Thomas interviews filmmakers to discover their perspective on the film scoring process. Johnny Mercer is…

Fall 2007


Steven Saltzman discusses the role of the music editor today. Two articles remember the late Shirley…

Summer 2007


Lon Sobel discusses collecting royalties from the internet. Lori Barth & Arlene Fishbach continue that theme…

Spring 2007


Lori Barth discusses the current state of scoring films. Paul Zollo profiles music editor Else Blangsted,…

Winter 2006


“Getting Rid of Your Mixing Board” by Les Brockman. Aashish Pathak discusses ways to work more…

Fall 2006


Richard Bellis discusses the costs of doing business for composers. Congressman Adam B. Schiff writes about…

Summer 2006


Author and journalist Dan Kimpel on the nuances of networking. Lori Barth interviews SCL Ambassador Richard…

Spring 2006


Lori Barth and Eimear Noone discuss conducting. John Rodd writes from his experience as a recording…

Winter 2005


Lori Barth takes a look inside the day-to-day life of an agent. Dan Foliart writes about…

Fall 2005


Lori Barth interviews composers, lyricists, and others to find out “What’s Killing The Business.” Plus, lyricists…