Thanks to sambeevors, you can now use a mod to replace Jeremy Soule’s intro track to the award-winning game ‘Skyrim’, with my very own Elder Scrolls remix ‘Rise of an Emperor’.
Here’s quite an amazing short documentary on the ‘Knights’ – a high-school American Football team, and the character it requires to take on the best in the comp. I must say, this film is brilliantly shot, edited and directed. The music is really well used too – including my own tracks ‘Vegeance’ and ‘Crusader’. Being an Australian, it’s hard to fathom the emphasis placed on high-school and university sporting competitions, especially in football. But you crazy US fellas love those Friday night lights, huh? Enjoy! -s
I had a tonne of fun writing some music for the First Person League of Legends spots that aired on Machinima.com a few months back. Here’s ‘just’ the music for three of the spots in all their glory. Oh, and sorry – no official downloads for these ones. 🙁 Enjoy! -s
I made a new remix! This time around I’ve taken to the title and menu themes of Wolfenstein 3D – a game that still gives me shivers every time the scary guy with the chain gun screams ‘Hawt Dawg!’. A small warning – the final theme is actually a Nazi anthem by Horst Wessel, and featured in the original game as the title music. My use here is in no way a glorification of the Nazi regime, but more of a celebration of BJ’s efforts to take it down. But I apologise in advance to anyone who is offended by...
I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of so many projects over the years – whether it be writing specifically for something, or giving out permission to use my music. Since I released my catalogue through Creative Commons, that list has grown considerably, and I love it. My music is starting to reach farther than I anticipated, and it’s because of the wonderful community that has supported me and my music. This trailer for my library celebrates the varied international community that has embraced my music. Thanks guys – I hope to give you a lot more music in...
Check out this amazing interactive graph of the vocal ranges of some of the world’s fave artists. If you click on each individual range for an artist, it will give you the songs which they hit those notes too – awesome stuff. Believe it or not, but Axl Rose can sing LOWER than Barry White. I know, right?! -s