Light music for fantasy and adventure games

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    Name: Dee Kourtsman
    Portfolio Link(s): https://audio.deekourtsman.com/#gamemusic
    Contact Info: booking@deekourtsman.com or PM here

    Hi guys. My name is Dee Kourtsman, I am composer and musician. I have solid knowledge in European music tradition (such as Celtic, medieval music modes), as well as in contemporary music and trends, excellent guitar playing skills, and all technical skills necessary to produce music end-to-end, starting from composing to final mix. I have my own studio and able sub-contract musicians whenever needed. I am open, positive and self-organized, my primary focus is collaboration and contribution to the common goal. I avoid generic solutions and always look for unique music design which is best tailored for the current project. Contact me if you need unique and high quality music for your video game or trailer, or, well, if you simply need good music :)

    Here are three examples of games with my music. The first one is in development, two others are released.

    Letters (adventure game/puzzle):

    Save Mongwau (adventure game):

    Where Are My Internets (adventure game):
     
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    Just published new track on pond5 -

    https://www.pond5.com/stock-music/84952450/fairy-dance.html
    Lively fairy dance played with harps, flutes and percussion. Perfect fit for renaissance fair dance events, medieval and fantasy-themed video games films. Imagine village on Peter Bruegel the Elder's painting with a bit of magic here and there.

    ... and the loop version of the track:

    https://www.pond5.com/stock-music/84953965/fairy-chase.html
    Fantasy background music played with harps, flutes and percussion. Seamless loop. Perfect fit for medieval and fantasy-themed video games films, for flying, running and chasing scenes.

    The rest of my portfolio is still here: https://audio.deekourtsman.com
     
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    Hi. Just finished two tracks for tower defence game called Blew TD. The guys from BlueJay Studios made highly addictive gameplay (there is a link to the game in the video description), and I personally learnt a lot making a non-intrusive ambient track for world map - the one that I want to share with you. That was quite a challenge to make it simple but interesting. PM me if you like the style, I am available now and I don't like this state :)
     

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