A bunch of new music and sound

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Jesse Hopkins, May 16, 2007.

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    Hi Jesse, great music!... particularly enjoyed your new work on the Harmonic Flow game.

    I've just posted up my own demo and it's good to be in such inspiring company - whereabouts are you based?
     
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    Jesse recently completed the music for my next game, an RPG called "Birth of Shadows." He is very professional and put a great deal of effort into creating some amazing music. His passion for music and games really shows. I highly recommend Jesse.
     
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    Hey Jesse. Great tunes! I am the lead musician/sound developer for Cryptic Allusion Games (cagames.com), and I'm in the market for an orchestral library. I've taken a look at a lot of them already (with greatly varying prices), but I'm curious as to what you're using. Sibelius/Finale for score writing? Vienna/Garritan for orchestral patches? Kontakt? Gigasampler? All of the above?

    Thanks in advance, and I hope this doesn't give away any of your 'trade secrets' :)
     
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    If you two want to work together then feel free to help on my project :)

    I actually emailed Jamie about the project but it's not a complete product at the moment. Still fleshing out some parts.

    You both do good work.
     
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