Video Game/Orchestral/Electronic/Chiptune Music Composer, Audio Director, Sound Designer

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    Name: Nick Nuwe
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    Hello everyone,

    I'm Nick Nuwe, a self-taught composer/audio director/sound designer who has worked on music of all styles.

    I often embed my works with unusual sound design and small details, and carefully craft
    melodies, structure, pacing and instrumentation to fit what I think each track has to convey.
    As such my music tends to be very descriptive, and particularly adapt for game music and film scores,
    but I'm comfortable with composing all other kinds of music as well (such as EDM).

    Among my inspirations are Earthbound, TouHou, Ratchet & Clank and much more, but if you aren't fond of those, I can always adjust without any complications (for example, I'm working on a project with a completely different style from my usual one).

    Here are some of my tracks, have fun listening, and feel free to contact me here: :)

    Of course, these tracks are just an example of what I can do (not to mention the fact that almost all lean on the energetic/epic side of things), a lot of other tracks I've made aren't available to the public yet unfortunately.
    #1 Nick nuwe, Aug 28, 2017
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