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  1. Hi there, I postet this piece almost exactly five years ago in a very early version (it was actually more of a MIDI mockup) and now in the last few weeks I've been working on it again very intensively. The whole thing was recorded with new and – hopefully – more realistic orchestral samples and re-arranged here and there. I would be happy to get some feedback, especially on the mix or the sound in general and what could be improved. Synthetically realizing an entire orchestra on a PC is really a science in itself (at least for me) and I must honestly admit that it took me at least two to three times as long for recording and mixing in the sequencer that for the actual composition in the notation program. https://soundcloud.com/dustin-naegel/a-swashbucklers-fanfare-1 As a video with excerpts from both score and sequencer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1qQsuz7TPg Thanks for your feedback :) Dustin PS: Oh and if you happen to need music for your current game project (preferably action, sci-fi, fantasy, horror/mystery etc.), just let us know. 😉
  2. Hi everyone, my name is John and I'm an aspiring composer. After spending a few years with machinima films and standalone projects of my own, I’d love to start working on regular short films and get as much experience as possible. I'm not picky genre-wise, I would like to expand my horizons and stretch my skills to their limits, I'm willing to learn and try new things with my music. So any genre is fair game. Payment is not an issue, since I know most student films are made on low/no budget. However, if the resources permit it, a fair compensation is always welcome. I'm looking for filmmakers who know what they are doing and are serious about their projects. Therefore, I'd prefer films that are either in production or in post-production. However, you can also send me your script and if it is really good, I can make an exception I don't want to waste your time with words, since it's all about the music anyway. So please, head over to my website: www.johnscigulinsky.wix.com/composer Here you can find more information about me, samples of my music, a showcase of my previous projects and contact information. I hope you’ll like my music and I’ll get to work with many of you. KThxBai! John contact information: e-mail: john.scigulinsky@gmail.com facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnScig twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnScig
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