ZOO STREET MUSIC was introduced several years ago as the composing
and music supervision department of New
Wave Entertainment (NWE), a premier diversified creative services and
film and television Production Company.
In early 2005, Zoo Street Music was separately incorporated as
an affiliate of NWE, launching the extensive Zoo Street Music Library, and
dramatically widening its reach directly to the television, film and home
Zoo Street Music presently services the music supervision and composing needs
of numerous studios and networks, which include NBC/Universal, HBO, E!Television,
Lifetime, and A&E. Zoo Street Music also continues
its longstanding partnership with NWE, providing composing and music supervision
for all of their original content productions such as DVD Special Features,
television shows, branding campaigns and television promotion campaigns.
Zoo Street Music offers a range of technical services unmatched by most independent
music libraries, facilitating extensive customization, and providing virtually
any type of layback, as well as 2.1 and 5.1 audio mixing,
music editing and more.
Omar Herrera (Director, Music Supervisor) grew up in the mean streets of West
Los Angeles, where he currently calls home. He has years of experience in
the IT and software industry, during which he collaborated with bands on
recording software engineering. Omar’s love of music and a pursuit
for a more creative career brought him to Zoo Street Music. As Music Supervisor
for Zoo Street Music, Omar has amassed an extensive list of credits, including
programming for Lifetime, A&E, NBC/Universal, HBO and Sci/Fi Channel,
as well as recent home video titles such as Batman Begins, Batman-The Motion
Picture Anthology (1989-1997), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and George
Romero’s Land of The Dead
· Fav. Composers: Angelo Badalamenti, Danny Elfman, Mark Mothersbaugh
· First concert attended: The US festival (1983).
· Likes lots of ice in his drinks.
· Hates unfinished wood furniture