Composer/Sound Designer specialising in Horror, East-Asian & Quirky Fantasy Music

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  1. JDWasabi

    JDWasabi New Member

    Feb 21, 2017
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    Hi! I'm Jade, otherwise known as "JDWasabi".

    I specialise in writing Horror, East-Asian, Quirky Fantasy type music and creating sound effects for those genres. Though that doesn't mean that I'm not up to exploring new things.

    Previous projects include 'Dragon Fin Soup'.

    My main website is and this is my Soundcloud.

    Feel free to contact me on or get in touch with me via Twitter! I am open for dialogue, questions, and will get back to you as soon as possible. I hope to work on interesting and exciting new projects.

    My favourite games include Final Fantasy IX, Silent Hill, Left 4 Dead 2 and Katamari.

    Many thanks for checking out my thread :)
    -Jade / JDWasabi

    Here's some examples of my work:


    Quirky Fantasy / Main theme "The Journey Ahead"

    Quirky Fantasy / Village "Merlenheim"


    East Asian / Dungeon Level "Pinkywood Forest"

    East Asian / Concept "Eastern Rain"


    Horror / Silent Hill Tribute "Demon Smoke"

    Horror / Hungry Whispers "Drowning Seeds" (Narrative Audio with Voice Artist)

    Horror / Hungry Whispers

    Lastly some tracks that has a more emotive feel...

    "Dawn After the Rain"

    "The Journey Past"

    Thanks again for taking the time to check out my work!

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