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New audio: “On the Clock”

July 21st, 2009 Comments off

This piece is setup for a TV drama-style montage, but is originally for a puzzle game.  Thinking music, if you will.  Quite simply, it is a wandering, arpeggiated piano with a cello and the piano playing the melody, then the xylophone taking over the arpeggio when the piano passes itself the melodic line (or counter melody…however you prefer to see it).  It’s in the player to the right, and as always: comments are welcome!

New audio: “…and Found” – Inspired by ABC’s LOST

July 16th, 2009 2 comments
ABC's "LOST"

ABC's "LOST"

There was a little contest going on in the guise of “fan appreciation” for ABC’s hit show LOST, and I found out about it last night.  Unfortunately, the contest ends tonight, but I decided to send my entry off anyway to see if they might accept it 8 hours late (next day air FTW).  Regardless, you all get to hear what I can do when pressed for time (and with a 60-second time limit…not that many of my works on the site go much longer than that).  It should be in the player to the right side of the page.  This short piece entitled “…and Found” is meant to run during a title sequence if one existed, and was inspired entirely by Michael Giacchino’s work on the show.  I hope some of his expertise rubbed off on me!  The man is a gold mine right now, so I could stand to learn from someone making as much money as he is.

I will amend an instrument list later if anyone is interested.

New audio: “The Ryokan Chase”

July 15th, 2009 2 comments
EWQL's "Play" being used with Ableton Live

Just as the title says, “The Ryokan Chase”, an easily loopable battle-music-esque short has been added to the player!  This one took approximately 3 hours to come together, and actually came out very close to what I had originally envisioned!  Hooray for my brain!

“The Ryokan Chase” is meant to portray a rough and tumble scene you’d find in a movie within which the plucky hero and his assistant are driven through a traditional Japanese inn; presumably by a group of thugs.  All you need to add are the overtly sarcastic (and intrinsically pun-riddled) quips and some sound effects!  Voila: instant blockbuster! ^_^