Ian Knowland - Composer & Orchestrator (Memorable Melodic Music)

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    Hey, folks! My name is Ian Knowland, and I'm working out of the Pacific Northwest as a composer and orchestrator (taking small ideas and organizing them for use by an orchestra).

    I love the orchestral soundscape, and not just the "epic/fantasy" buzzword that most people think of in the film/video game world. My music is precise and clear, enjoyable to listen to and enjoyable for the performers. If you want music that is simply memorable and not a blind copy-and-paste of stylistic status quo, let me give you a free sample of my work: thirty seconds of completely original orchestral music intended to fit the mood of your project.

    Not just music out of a sequencer or Digital Audio Workstation, mind you, but detail-oriented sheet music that you could be put in front of a decent ensemble to be recorded for your project.

    Here's a recent sample that took a couple hours to put together:



    http://www.ianknowland.com

    I can provide music for:
    • Cutscenes/FMV sequences
    • Looped or layered background that stays interesting (but subtle if needed)
    • Promotional material for your game (web series, ads, etc.)
    • Anything else you can think of!
    Cheers :)
     
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