Being the lucky schmuck I am, I got an early birthday gift from a friend.
If you still aren’t quite sure of the reference, I refer you to the official text below:
I'm a muso who decided to study science. I'm a PhD student at The University of Queensland, researching nitrogen cycling in agricultural soils. I'm also a music composer, writing cinematic creative commons music for media projects of all shapes and forms to use freely, without restriction.
Everyone has a story. I have a library of my own cinematic original music – released under CC-BY 4.0 – to help you tell that story, in whatever format you tell it. Oh, and it’s free – just as long as you credit me.
Giving away music is a rather terrible business decision! If you find yourself enjoying and using my music, consider becoming a Patron!
Interested in seeing how I make my music? I stream three days a week, composing music in all genres from epic orchestral to ambient pop. Follow me over at twitch.tv/musoscientific.
I write music – mostly because I can’t stop myself. I’m also a postdoctoral researcher at SLU (Sweden), researching nitrogen fluxes in soil.