Sci Fi/Orchestral/Ethnic/Electronic Music Available here. Eno,TangerineDream,Pink Floyd,Robert Fripp

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Planetarium, Mar 29, 2017.

  1. Planetarium

    Planetarium New Member

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    Hi there,


    My name is Rory Will, a composer who is looking for more work within the film/game/tv industry. I have done work on an exiting upcoming game as well as produced plentiful music for online libraries. I write, perform and produce all of my music myself. My music takes great inspiration from my heroes such as King Crimson, Tangerine Dream and Brian Eno. While my music has elements of all these artists, I love to bring in all sorts of Eastern instruments into the equation which can produce wonderful textures. Blending electronic rhythms with orchestral melodies is another of my "trademark styles". I hope there is something within these tracks that you like. They have only recently been composed, recorded and produced by myself with a view for them working within the licensing sector, though I'm looking beyond libraries and to work directly with film makers and game developers.

    I hope you like what you hear and if there are any opportunities available, please don't hesitate to contact me.






























    https://soundcloud.com/almerldritch/relaxed-cuz-youre-winningmp3


    https://soundcloud.com/almerldritch/rise-of-the-mp3


    https://soundcloud.com/almerldritch/twighlight-getawaymp3-1


    Kind Regards,


    Rory Will, (artist name: Planetarium)
     

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