We draw upon a pool of orchestrators that understand the needs of modern composers, often working with digital formats and the frequent changes of versions of cues that have become the standard within the industry. With decades of experience in the professional music industry, we can take mockups to fully orchestrated scores with speed and accuracy that is hard to rival.
With the global need for sustainability, we at Charts are conscious of waste and recycle all paper that production companies do not require for storage.
We use the highest quality paper to minimise misread and varying light conditions. As a result, our parts are the best in the business.
We can provide a global service that ensures scores and parts arrive at any studio in the world on time and are organised for optimal efficiency with our librarians to manage during multi-day sessions.
We can adapt to changes on the stand with mobile rigs, giving total flexibility to the score recording process.
Many of our orchestrators are also accomplished conductors with many hundreds of session hours behind them.
"I can honestly say that the quality of their music preparation is second to none, a fact that musicians often acknowledge to me during the extensive number of orchestral sessions we have recorded together.
Additionally, the layout and paper quality of Charts's conductors’ scores, including the capability to print in super A3 format for larger orchestras, are always superb and delivered with the utmost alacrity.
I have no hesitation in recommending Charts as the market leaders in this vital area of orchestral scoring."
Andy BrownMusic Director, London Metropolitan Orchestra
"As well as wonderful orchestrators, Charts is organised and considered, resulting in beautifully clear scores and individual parts. I pray that Charts has prepared my music- it makes my job so much easier!"
Martin OwenPrincipal Horn BBCSO and leading session musician