Sites like YouTube and Vimeo have given filmmakers the world over the chance to showcase their filmmaking abilities to the masses. But I gotta tell ya folks, there are plenty of you out there that illegally use music in the process. Here’s a few reasons why you should acquire music for your next project ‘legally’.
There are a lot of people out there who write music for films and games. But there is a reason for it – it’s fun! Short of giving away trade secrets, I’ll give you a few pointers on what to look out for when writing your next cue for that amazing feature film you’re working on…
Anyone who has played either ‘Morrowind’ or ‘Oblivion’ will know how fantastic the music is. The guy who wrote that music was Jeremy Soule, and today I’m releasing my version of his most beloved ‘Morrowind’ theme.
Having your project organised & pretty whilst you work may seem like a miniscule thought in the grand scheme of audio production & composition; but even the smallest bit of logical organising can improve your workflow, especially on big projects. May I introduce you to Sonar’s Track Folders.
In Development is not your usual Half-Life 2 Mod – it’s a dark journey into the mad mind of a game developer. Lucky for me, I only write the music…
Fury3 was one of my most favourite games growing up, and the intro to the game was what did it for me; the music by Kyle Richards made a huge impact on me. This week I had a go at updating the intro with some more modern sample libraries.