This piece started as an orchestral rescore for a few scenes from A Close Shave, a Wallace and Gromit film. I have repurposed it to be used as a library track for any kind of animation or animated film.
This soundtrack was written for the film Life of a Doll, which is a metaphor for the COVID 19 quarantine in NYC happening now. I wrote the music for orchestra and some experimental electronics that I created myself using Straylight and Kontakt with experimental delays and freezes. My interpretation of the film is that the […]
It’s always hard to get a good apples to apples comparison with sample libraries, and since I found myself with two competing ones, I decided to use the same piece of music I wrote to get a direct comparison with the hope that it would help my fellow composers. The two string libraries!East West Composer […]
A soundtrack for exploring ancient ruins in a jungle.
Day 21 of #21daysofvgm I wrote a piece using a very odd tone row, because I’m most happy doing this kind of off-kilter types of music.
Day 19 of #21daysofvgm I chose to do the trinity quest from Video Game Music Academy, where you have only three notes you can use for the melody, and interest has to be generated from harmony and texture.
Day 18 of #21daysofvgm is a love theme. I chose the picture for all of you out there with waifus.
Day 16 of #21daysofvgm I wanted to write something appropriately dramatic for large scale alien battles. This was inspired by watching footage of Destiny 2.
Day 14 of #21daysofvgm I imagined a big storm coming, or orcs driving slaves home after a victorious battle.
Day 13 of #21daysofvgm is an all pizzicato strings piece. I took what I learned writing two independent voices for the Baroque harpsichord piece and wrote 5 independent string lines using modern harmony. I imagined this piece to be like a cartoon mouse sneaking around up to no good.