Allison Loring

Allison Loring

Soundtrack Editor

Growing up, Allison had always been interested in entertainment from movies to music; concerts to film stages. Music always played a big role in her world from her favorite TV show (KIDS INCORPORATED) to her favorite birthday party theme (Rock ‘N Roll Birthday) to her free time (willingly going to piano lessons). Tuesdays (new albums) and Fridays (new movies) were the highlights of her week and many hours were logged sitting outside her local record store Saturday mornings before concert tickets went on sale. And after a telling trip to see a little movie (TITANIC) she realized music could carry quite the punch (she cried, something she rarely did) when used in movies and it was in this moment that Allison’s intrigue over the effect of music in movies began.

Only growing stronger as she got older, this love of music led Allison to Los Angeles for college to further immerse herself in the entertainment capital and major in “corralling rock stars” (i.e. studying the ins and outs of a recording studio). Never happy unless going, “Mach 5 with her hair on fire,” Allison also balanced a variety of jobs and internships in different aspects of the music industry while in school from record labels to management to concert booking. After a stint in the world of agencies after graduating (think Ari Gold), she fortuitously landed in music publishing and now spends her days providing music to different productions including, you guessed it, movies.

Although entertainment was always paramount, Allison also harbored a strong desire to write, but had no real outlet to do so. But thanks to fellow GATWer Kate Erbland (and real life best pal), Allison now gets to combine her two loves as a part of the GATW family.

Allison also enjoys tennis, live shows, good book recommendations, frozen yogurt, being inexplicably scared of/intrigued by hobos and drinking more coffee than is probably legal (or healthy).

Soundtrack Review: COUNTRY STRONG

by: Allison Loring
January 12th, 2011

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The Paley Center for Media presents American Masters: “Jeff Bridges: The Dude Abides”

by: Allison Loring
January 12th, 2011

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Sounding Off: Burwell to finish what he started; composing BREAKING DAWN

by: Allison Loring
January 8th, 2011

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Sounding Off: Top 10 Soundtracks and Scores of 2010

by: Allison Loring
December 27th, 2010

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Sounding Off: INCEPTION, the iPhone app

by: Allison Loring
December 21st, 2010

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Soundtrack Review: TRUE GRIT

by: Allison Loring
December 21st, 2010

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Soundtrack Review: RABBIT HOLE

by: Allison Loring
December 21st, 2010

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AFI FEST 2010 Review: CASINO JACK

by: Allison Loring
December 17th, 2010

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Soundtrack Review: TRON: LEGACY

by: Allison Loring
December 8th, 2010

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Soundtrack Review: 127 HOURS

by: Allison Loring
December 8th, 2010

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