Orchestral Music Composer

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Thomas Haaristo, Sep 24, 2017.

  1. Thomas Haaristo

    Thomas Haaristo New Member

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    Hey! I am an orchestral music composer, i've never worked for anything so most of my music was made for fun, quality varies and some are not even finished!

    My prices are totally negotiable!
    Examples of my music (Clyp.it)
    https://clyp.it/ebbcyo5i (Ignore the start)
    https://clyp.it/eray2zpy
    https://clyp.it/co1o25ca
    https://clyp.it/tci0p3br
    https://clyp.it/pzyzcbrf
    https://clyp.it/t53xcwez
    https://clyp.it/n3mhzjaa

    Most of these tracks are unfinished and or short pieces i had no intention of increasing the length of.
    I am looking to work on some games and can possibly make quite a cool track! If you gave me the emotion the song should give then i can probably make it, leaving the creativity for tracks completely open!
    (Tracks go from UP, Newest, Down, Oldest)
    My music definetely isn't any kind of traditional music, it's my own style i have mananged to create, good for some, bad for others :)

    Any feedback would be awesome aswell!
    Send me a message if you are interested in working together :)
     
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