Expensive composer for hire.

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  1. KrazyKatz

    KrazyKatz New Member

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    Artist : Yarron Katz
    Site : http://www.sonicbrilliance.com/

    Orchestral Demo Reel
    Ambient Demo Reel

    We offer:

    -A no nonsense approach, speedy quotes, spot on deadlines.

    -A fresh sound, elevating your production to stand out from the rest.

    -State of the art analogue and digital equipment for best results.

    -A combination of latest sample software and professional musicians up to full orchestra.

    -Satisfaction guarantee.

    -Competitive Rates


    For more info, visit our website.

    Yarron Katz,
    Sonic Brilliance Studios
     
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  2. KrazyKatz

    KrazyKatz New Member

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    Kerbump! Also check out our latest freebies on the site.
     
  3. Desktop Gaming

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    Are you sure you really meant "expensive composer"?

    That's probably stopping people from even looking.
     
  4. Applewood

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    Heh, I assumed he meant inexpensive too, but I won't be using him because he has so little attention to detail he can't even get his advert right :)

    I'd suggest you change it quickly Yarron, there's a surprising number of musicians advertising in here and nobody looks for the dearest first!
     
  5. AlexWeldon

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    I assumed that he was trying to differentiate himself from all the composers offering package deals for 200-300 bucks. If you believe that you get what you pay for, then expensive isn't necessarily a bad thing. It is, however, somewhat inconsistent for him then to claim "competitive rates" in his list of benefits.

    Which are you? Discount or luxury?
     
  6. dannthr

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    Heheheh, he's nothing but KRAZY!

    He has competitively expensive rates! ;)

    Katz, really dig the website, man--very slick!
     
  7. Mattias Gustavsson

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    Could he have meant expansive? :eek:
     
  8. Reactor

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    I checked out this thread simply because he'd said expensive!

    Now I see there are 'Competitive Rates' to be had, I'm outa here :D
     
  9. KrazyKatz

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    Whew, much discussion.

    I deliberately wrote 'expensive' as a hook to get people to come in. I just saw everyone advertising that they will compose for the price of a chocolate bar, so I thought I'd vie for a different route :D. It does seem to have generated interest.

    We are certainly not expensive. We find a way to work within your budget, and you get exceptional value. You're welcome to ask for a quote and see for yourself.

    Until then,
    Keep up the gaming!

    Yarron Katz
     
  10. Applewood

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    heh, fair play :)
     

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