Orchestral, cinematic, 8 bit, ambient, guitar (and other) composer

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  1. ProTonZt

    ProTonZt New Member

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    My name is Anton (the stage name ProTon Z-t). I am a professional sound designer, composer and mixing engineer. I am very experienced at making orchestral music, but I can make arrangements in any style or genre. So if you need a song for your video game, audiobook, film, cartoon, anime or anything else really, you're welcome to message me.

    - Mixing vocals with minus, sound design
    - Writing of musical accompaniment for any subject, great experience in orchestral arrangements
    - Computer games, audiobooks, films, animated films and other projects

    Link to portfolio:
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B27gjhfw6AELU21RZUsyU3lENDA
    https://www.youtube.com/user/ProTonZt


    My contacts:
    anton123.93@mail.ru
    https://vk.com/protonzt
     
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  2. zmixman

    zmixman New Member

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    Hello, my name is Zachary, and I'm currently working on my own gravity bending adventure platformer game, and I would love to feature your chiptune talents in it, with profit share, of course. If this interests you, then feel free to contact me via email.
    Mr.zmixman@gmail.com
     

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