I have a new royaltyfree music track for you and your trailers or teaser videos: “Our Epic Announcement”!
You can buy it here: AudiojungleRead more →
My music can now also be found on youtube. I’ve created a playlist of my royalty-free music (well, some of my pieces actually – I’m gonna fill this list more and more with new and older titles). Just play this video below and a new track will begin to play automatically when finished each track.Read more →
I’ve writtten a new music track for your epic trailers or video game titles: “Something Huge is coming”. Available on audiojungle
This epic, orchestral cinematic cue is just ideal for any kind of product/game trailer/opener. Imagine an announcement, promising “Something Huge Coming” or just any other kind of trailer. A string spiccato/staccato beginning is growing into a percussive bed, accompanied by a memorable brass (Horns) melody, then a short break and a great end part ...Read more →
I’ve written a new track for your trailers or video game titles: Epic Space Adventure
You are listening to a hybrid electronic/orchestral piece of music that is just ideal for any kind of (space themed) trailer or video game title. The suspenseful beginning is starting very subtle but you will hear how the music is turning more and more into an “action scene” and the grand final is the icing on the cake Some huge french ...Read more →
I´ve written a new track – a cinematic ambient background track – just ideal for any epic dreamy film scene, trailer/teaser or video game with a certain sense of mystery and darkness – the magical 7th dream!
The piece is building up more and more and in the finale you hear a beautiful female ethereal solo voice.
You can buy it here on audiojungle.Read more →
I´m pleased to hear that the first podcast using one of my music tracks as intro music is now available.
It was done by Mohammad Azam (azamsharp) and Steffen Itterheim (gaminghorror). It´s a short custom hardrock track created just for this purpose. I already talked about it here.
They interviewed Nathaniel Weiss, the author of the amazing iPhone Game Kit – a very recommendable source for learning developing iPhone/iPad games. Some ...Read more →