This piece is mysterious, lighthearted, deep, all on different levels. The piano brings out the lightheartedness of the piece, the sound effects bring out the mystery, and the strings and percussion bring out the deepness and serious of the piece, while the synthetic violin ties the piece together.
A sad and depressing piece done as a request. As requested, there is no percussion in the piece, and it consists of brass and strings as well as some light piano.
Music Package for the End of Year Music Competition for 2006. Placement and individual links follow.
An epic orchestral piece. Big orchestral sound, designed for epic scenes and could be used in any number of really ‘big’ situations
I made this song way back in late 2005, when those Japanese dudes found a giant squid swimming around. It’s inspired by the eerie feeling you get exploring the deep Pacific. So of course, this song is dark but also mysteriously elegant, which I think also describes the creatures you can find in the abyss, where no light of any kind reaches. I also like the melody I came up with here. There’s some filtered and sliced drumloops, a low pizz sound, and some light chip-like sounds.
A nice soft little tune. Could be used for a title screen, or an emotional moment.
This piece uses a strings orchestra including two solo violins, a solo viola, a solo cello, and a strings section backing it. The piece also uses a percussive section that creates an almost "tribal" feeling. The piece is fast-paced, but not so much that it loses its purpose.
This piece was done as a request for ambient horror-genre music. The theme of the game is based around EVP, or hearing voices played back through white noise. Pretty freaky stuff…