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Making music

As summer winds down and many slide into a more relaxed rhythm of fall, his world is spinning faster.
For Richard Hart, life is “going to be busy” as he shifts gears and begins to focus almost exclusively on his music.

In early August, Hart connected via LinkedIn to Mariano Saulino - a composer, director and founder of Saulino Music. Based in Buenos Aires Argentina, Saulino Music is a music production company dedicated to filmscoring and sound design.

Since its foundation in 1993, the company has produced more than 1,000 soundtracks for film and television for such major marks as Nestle, Unilever, FOX, NBC Universal, Discovery Channel, History Channel, TV Azteca, National Geographic, Playboy TV and​​ Movie City just to name a few.

“He wanted to talk with me about my music on Innervision Records and some of the major artists I shared the stage with,” Hart said.
Hart is not new to creating music for film. He composed the soundtrack for “The Lawn Boy” which was released on DVD in 2011.

Hart send 11 recordings to Saulino then waited for his response. A couple of weeks ago, he heard back from him.

“He wants me to focus on material in television format with ‘starts and stops’ played between scenes,” Hart explained. “And he wants me to develop music to be ‘pitched’ to the producers on “Dr. Strange,” a full-length film based on DC Marvel Comics character.”

Hart said the film is due for release in July 2016 ...


All-breed dog continuing through Sunday

Judging for West Central Oklahoma Kennel Club’s annual all-breed dog show started at 9 a.m. today in the Convention Center. Club President Bob Newcomb said judging will continue Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
“Each day is a different show,” Newcomb said. “Winners in each breed earn points toward championship.”

A dozen judges from across the country will be making their selections in obedience, confirmation and rally starting at 9 a.m. daily.
Information about times for specific events is available at the convention center. Show hours are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

“Between 400 and 500 entries are expected for the four-day event,” Newcomb said. “And, we are open to the public.”

He invited people to “come watch the process.” Chairs will be available.
The West Central Oklahoma Kennel Club shows are held under American Kennel Club rules and regulations.


United Fund begins 2014 fundraising

The Elk City Area United Fund officially kicked off its 2014 fundraising efforts Friday.
“This United Fund touches almost every person in our community, one way or the other,” said Chairman Mark Albert.

“Whether it’s civil defense, whether it’s Girl Scouts, soccer, youth football, the Learning Center, the Salvation Army, Meals on Wheels, it touches almost every person in this community.”




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