A track that’s been on my hard drive for a while – ‘Light in Dark Places’, featuring uplifting strings and choir, with propelling synths.
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Reliving old tracks like they were new again. This time, it’s ‘Soul Searcher’.
The inevitability of putting your own music up on the net for people to use for free (under certain conditions), is that people eventually use your music in something. It happens reasonably frequently, so I’ve decided: If you’ve got a project that uses my music – tell me and I’ll post about it!
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.