Jorah the Andal

is creating Music arrangements
Select a membership level
Informed Patron
$1
per month
Informed patrons get updates on all the projects I'm working on, and will find out about future projects before anyone else
Bronze JtA Patron
$3
per month
 Bronze-level patrons receive:
  • Updates on all the projects I'm working on 
  • Sneak peaks of my upcoming projects
Silver JtA Patron
$5
per month
Silver-level patrons receive:
  • My most sincere "thank you" and a one-on-one conversation to get to know you better
  • Early access to suites and medleys
  • Sneak peaks of my upcoming projects
  • Access to the Patreon Patron page and Patron-exclusive polls -- I'll answer all of your questions and messages!
  • Access to an exclusive RSS feed
  • MP3 downloads in the highest quality possible
Gold JtA Patron
$7
per month
Gold-level patrons receive:
  • All the rewards in the previous tier plus...
  • Exclusive, never before seen research, notes and thoughts about the scores
Platinum (on retainer)
Limited (1 of 1 remaining)
$25
per month
 Platinum-level patrons receive:
  • All the rewards in the Gold tier plus...
  • Get to keep me in retainer to make custom-made suites/medleys/projects of their liking, whenever they want


Terms and conditions apply. Please contact me before signing on to this tier to discuss the details of this arrangement

YouTube Management Consultant
$25
per month

Round-the-clock personalized consultation on how to make, brand, run and successfully maximize your YouTube channel.

  • 24/7 availability
  • Coaching on branding (channel art, singature style, thumbnails, profile picture, channel name, etc)
  • Coaching on distribution strateges and business models
  • Coaching on social media outreach
  • Data analysis and interpretation


Platinum (one time)
Limited (1 of 1 remaining)
$50
per month
 Platinum-level patrons receive:
  • All the rewards in the previous tier plus...
  • 1 custom-made suite/medley/project of their liking 


One payment only, to be convened per the requirements of each project. Please contact me to discuss your request before signing on to this tier

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About Jorah the Andal

Music is one of the most important and beautiful parts of cinema and television, and can push storytelling to whole new levels. The art of film scoring is a fascinating, rich practice, and I do my part in honoring the composers and their works through suites and medleys that I post on YouTube. Through my channel, audiences all around the world have discovered or rediscovered the scores of composers like John Williams, Blake Neely, Michael Giacchino, Bear McCreary, Thomas Newman, Howard Shore, Alan Silvestri, Alexandre Desplat and Hans Zimmer
My work is structured around series. For example:
  •  #TheRoadToRogueOne consisted on daily Star Wars projects in the 4 weeks leading up to the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
  •  #AlexandreDesplatSundays and #HansZimmerMondays were weekly series of suites from some of their best work, culminating on Tribute Medleys
  • Every year around award season I make suites and medleys of some of the most talked-about films of the year, and those in contention for major awards
  • The Arrowverse shows have often gotten weekly suites and medleys that coincided with the airing of a new episode
  • The Sound of Cinema explores some of the best film scores to have ever been composed.
My interests are very diverse and you'll find all kinds of projects on my channel, but there's one thing that they all have in common: they're very time consuming. 
As a full-time film school student my time is scarce, and I spend every free moment working on these projects. With your support, I'd be able to finance my work through new equipment, assistance and, most importantly, by avoiding the need of a time-consuming job!
This is a labor of love, and I'd like to keep at it for many more years. With your help, I might be able to!

Goals
$67 of $200 per month
There's absolutely no way I can juggle film school, a part-time job and my YouTube channel as I try to work my way into the movie industry. $200 a month would be enough walking-around money (for school supplies, books, food, transportation, the payments on my laptop, etc) to avoid getting a part-time job.
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