Founder Timothy Boyles is currently working on expanding the Musical Moods music library. Along with doing this, he is also working on regular podcasts about his compositions. These will focus on one song and the process of composing that song. On his YouTube channel, Timothy also releases regular vlogs with tips for musicians based on all of his experience in the music business about being in the business, inspiration, and music in general.

About Tim

Timothy Boyles, ASCAP


As a composer with international airplay, Timothy Boyles has composed music that many have heard, but that few connect to his name. Timothy’s songs played throughout the 90s and early 2000s to people’s ears on a frequent basis in many cases on ABC Television, New York: “World News Now” and “World News This Morning” for both weather and sports reports.


But Timothy’s music is more than just background music to weather and sports reports. More recently, in 2010, a song of Timothy’s was featured on the hit TV show “So You Think You Can Dance.” In that same year, he also had airplay on NBC’s “Today Show.” His music has also been used in numerous commercials and infomercials as jingles such as Donato’s Pizza and Velvet Ice Cream. Notably, it has also been featured in TV specials such as WCMH’s 1992 “Fourth of July” special and General Electric’s Stature of Liberty restoration video. For the restoration video, Timothy took one song and recreated and rearranged it in the musical styles of several different decades.


Timothy established Musical Moods, his recording studio, in 1983, and since then, he has composed over 200 songs for the Musical Moods library—a library that continues to grow. The songs in the library range from solo piano tracks to compositions with jazz combos, big bands, or even full orchestras. Timothy is currently working on music of several different genres including hip hop and smooth jazz.


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