Audio Engineer/Composer looking for collaboration

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by M_Helder, Nov 13, 2017.

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    Name: Mark Helder
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    Hello, indiegamer community.

    I am a professional audio engineer as well as a music composer, currently looking for a collaboration on a prospective game project, with a revenue % based pay.

    About me:
    SAE Institute Barcelona/Middlesex University London, BA (Hons) Degree in Audio Production.

    Self-taught music composer for various media (film, video games, animation, TV, commercials, etc.) as well as a professional audio engineer. Worked on more than 380 orchestra shows across Europe as a live audio engineer as well as recorded and mixed a number of orchestras throughout the years.

    Music producer credit:
    - 5 short films
    - a high profile commercial
    - mobile game project
    - film audio post-production and sound design (nominated for best sound "Saint Anna's Moscow independent film awards 2017")

    In total, 4+ years of professional experience in all things audio.

    Influenced by: John Williams, Joe Hisaishi, James Newton Howard, Hans Zimmer, Steve Jablonsky, Alexandre Desplat, John Powell, Michael McCann and others.
     
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