Edith Mudge is about to turn you green with envy, perhaps.

She has a salaried JOB as a composer. That might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but there’s no denying that it would be nice to have some stability in this line of work!

Let’s hear what she has to say about the pros and cons of working as an in house composer, as well as how seeing other women composers being successful suddenly made her realise that this career path is viable as a young female composer.

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Today I’m joined by Edith Mudge. Edith is an in-house composer for a library music company where her task is to write three new pieces of music every day.

I’ll let you do the maths on how many tracks that is per year!

Her music has been placed in over 600 episodes of more than 200 different series.

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Something I found particularly inspiring when talking to Edith was hearing how witnessing panels from groups such as the Alliance for Women Composers made her realise that she can be a professional composer.

It’s great to know that the work of these organisations is really working – and I hope that by featuring so many amazing women composers on this podcast that we can inspire a few more people into the industry.


Edith’s website: https://edithmudge.com

Edith’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/composer.edith.mudge/

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