My epic, orchestral music compositions

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Hi everyone, I'm a music composer, and while I like to write in a wide variety of styles, I wanted to use this thread as a collection of the epic, orchestral music that I've composed. I'll update as I add more to my YouTube channel :cutesmile:






 

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Amazing pieces! I particularly liked Battle for the New World and the Last Rite. Subscribed!
 

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I have found another, I'm going to hunt down that subscribe button...maybe the like button as well...
 

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Very nice work! I love all the different textures you weave throughout your music.
 

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These are all amazing! If you don't mind sharing -- what program do you use to give such a clean / realistic sounding recording?
 

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These are all amazing! If you don't mind sharing -- what program do you use to give such a clean / realistic sounding recording?
Thank you! I tend to use a mix of virtual instruments from different collections. As a base, I use Symphony Essentials from NI (it has strings, brass, winds, percussion) along with Olympus Elements Choir from Soundiron. And then I pull in various other instruments like duduk, solo strings, and percussion libraries. Some of these are even freebies :D

I've found that the real key to getting a good sound, on top of finding quality sample libraries, is mixing the instruments so that they sit well together. And of course, you need solid orchestration before that point too.
 

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Yes! this is good...battle themes, boss themes...I love em...
 

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And a swashbuckling battle theme for a pirate-themed game

 

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Finally got around to doing something I've been meaning to do for a long time. Presenting "Adventure Calls" an album of RPG music covering everything from quiet exploration themes to big, orchestral boss music. I hope you enjoy it and that it can be good inspiring background music as you work on your games :)

 

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Haven't posted in a while, but I've been busy! Recently explored the world of film scoring by writing the music to a short film about a sailor and a mermaid. It's called Siren.

 

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