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About Me

Hello, my name is Bill Seidman. Playing and writing music has to be one of my favorite or if not my favorite thing to do in the world. After 4 years, I have graduated from the Berklee College of Music with a bachelor’s degree in the field of Contemporary Writing and Production. Besides playing the drums and other percussion instruments, I have honed and developed my skills as a writer/arranger and even as some one who mixes with programs such as digital performer, pro tools, logic, etc.

The thing I really enjoy writing for is images and videos. I like giving emotion and feeling to make things seem more real than they are. If I get an emotion out of someone with my music, whether it’d be happy or sad, i’ll know that it was a success. My goal is to compose film scores for movies. It is something I am very passionate and sincere about.

Experience & Education


  • IT support for Sam Ash Corporate Office
    June 2012 to Present (over 7 years)

    IT Specialist, PC and Printer Repair. Network Cabling, Hard Drive Maintenance, Fax and File. Install and use software such as PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.

  • Composer/Arranger/ Sound Mixer for Bill Seidman Music
    January 2009 to Present (over 11 years)

    I write, arrange and mix my own music and for other people


  • Sales Person for Sam Ash Music
    September 2011 to June 2012 (9 months)

    I help sell instruments, hardware and recording equipment

  • student for Berklee College of Music
    January 2008 to August 2011 (over 3 years)

    studied under drummers such as jackie santos, kenwood dennard, rod morgenstien, joe galeota, teri lynn carrington, alberto netto and mark walker. I have taken classes such as Harmony, Ear Training, Arranging, Tech Tools for the Writer, Basic Keyboarding and Songwriting. I am a dedicated to what I do


  • BA in Contemporary Writing and Production at Berklee College of Music
    2007 to 2011 (4 years)