I find myself writing a lot of the same stuff these days – quite slow moving orchestral stuff, inspired by Johann Johannson and the like. Most are fairly meh, but ‘Never Dying’ passed my litmus test. Enjoy!
Tagged: creative commons
In an attempt to get some more student interest, I developed a short teaser for the UQ course AGRC1040 – Food for a Healthy Planet. Features my script, voice-over, music and animations. Graphics courtesy of freepik.com and flaticon.com.
Download an MP3 for free here: https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/library/rainbows/. Enjoy! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
My music library is now licensed under CC By 4.0 – that means free for commercial use. You’re welcome.
Happy New Year! As a gift to the world, I have changed the Creative Commons license applicable to my music library to Attribution 4.0 International (CC By 4.0).
Yes, it’s true. I kid you not. I’ve added three new tracks to my library, which you can access here. Or… if you wanna skip that step, you can listen to them below. Enjoy!
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