I've had several people ask me to post the sheet music to "On the Beach at Night". So, I will!:
I've always thought the Apex cue should sound like a bunch of gorillas that smashed up a DeBeers commercial, so that's what we went for:
If you'd like to watch the marathon 4-hour composing session, including the grunts, here's the stream:
Tonight, I started (and finished) work on a new Floran cue. Still don't have a title, and we're going to be sending it over to Solatrus to see what magic he'd like to add, but in the meantime, here's the first export:
You can watch the composition process here:
I have a friend named Brian Lemos-- who I went to college with-- who always beat me out at college film festivals for "best score". And for a reason-- this guy writes amazing music. He recently wrote a score to one of the Seventh Spectrum Films called "Prism of Love". It has fantastic music-- seriously, we're talking like, Michael Giacchinno 's score to Up, only better:
I know, right?
A few years ago, I worked with some filmmakers on a set of interconnected stories that were to be told in a series of short films. I wrote some music for titles, and scored a few of the films. That was more than 2 years ago, but those films are finally starting to come online. The first two are up on Hulu, including "Valley of Mist", which features my music:
Some of my recent work-- a setting for Baritone and Piano of Whitman's poem "A Prairie Sunset":
So when I'm not working on Starbound, I'm usually working on royalty-free tracks for libraries like AudioJungle, AudioMicro, or Pond5. I think I've figured out how to get streaming back up and running again, and thought I'd stream some of my work on that:
Someone mentioned that I'd never posted the revised Hylotl cue. Let's fix that too!
It occurs to me that I never made the new Glitch Theme that I finished earlier available here. So, let's fix that, shall we?