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|Aug 1 2012, 6:38pm Anchor|
Hello everyone, my name is Eric and I am interested in composing music for your project.
I have experience composing music in various styles including orchestral, electronic (i.e. Harry Gregson-Williams [MGS style]), and others. My influences include the Metal Gear Solid and Mass Effect series, and classic Nintendo games. I am proficient in using a variety of sample libraries and software-based synthesizers.
Here is a collection of my work:
I also am proficient in other styles of music including electronica and post-rock.
Rates are negotiable (royalties fine; free if your project looks really cool/promising)
If you wish to procure my services you can contact me at:
Obsidiaguy Voice Actor
|Aug 7 2012, 8:59am Anchor|
Very professional sounding. I like your use of dynamics. I can really see your influences in your music as well. Good luck, man!
Voice Actor For Your Mods!
|Aug 9 2012, 4:18pm Anchor|
i gotta say very professional sounding and great transitions. you are very very talented and have a LOT of potential. HOWEVER, (dont take this the wrong way but) you have little to NO memorable or thematic melodies (aside from boss battle which genuinely made me smile). i think in this generation, that is what is most lacking, as games have rapidly begun to transform into more of a cinematic quality. What happened to hummable, memorable tunes like in zelda, final fantasy, and mario? obviously no one should compare themselves to the likes of koji kondo or nobuo uematsu, but i think the direction that they took music in games set the industry standard and is a great template for aspiring composers. btw, not to be rude, but the composer for metal gear series is a plagiarist.... i personally wouldnt look to someone like that as a role model.
Edited by: Explojoseph
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