Kirk Markarian - Sci-Fi / Electronic Video Game Music Composition/SFX

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    Kirk Markarian
    Video Game Music Composer / Sound Designer

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    My name is Kirk Markarian. I'm a composer of electronic music and SFX for video games, with an ever-growing portfolio provided below. There are several other pieces of music I've done for film and animation at my website: www.kirkmarkarian.net

    As posted in the title, I compose in many electronic music styles, including: Vaporwave, Chillwave, Retrowave, Synthwave, Ambient, Glitch, Chiptune, etc. I design nearly all of my own sounds via various forms of synthesis, or record acoustic sounds. I do not compose classical, neo-classical, or other forms of acoustic music.

    I work quickly for my clients and spend the time to get to know their requirements as I compose their tracks. I aim to stay ahead of schedule for rapid results and speedy turnover. I'm also adept at balancing multiple projects!

    I'm also working on my own video game; garnering the skill-set for story-telling and graphic design, as well as utilizing my strength in music composition and sound design.

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    • Portfolio: http://www.kirkmarkarian.net
    • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6534436
    • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kirkmarkarian

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    Experience:
    • 22 years playing, composing, and designing sound with synthesizers

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    Software:
    • Propellerheads Reason
    • Audacity
    • Binaural software

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    Contact: kirkmarkarian.net@gmail.com or PM me here (PM is slower)
     
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    New material from new games - open for new projects!
     

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