Prog rock/metal composer looking for projects!

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by RobTheImpure, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. RobTheImpure

    RobTheImpure New Member

    Aug 2, 2017
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    My name is Robert Hibbs, and I've been playing music in some form since middle school. For several years I have been writing and publishing my own music, heavily influenced by progressive metal acts like Opeth, BTBAM, David Maxim Micic, etc. Obviously, since I'm here, I am a big fan of video game soundtracks as well - especially energetic, melody driven OSTs a la Super Meat Boy, Cave Story, or Shovel Knight. I've also recently taken some influence from Ridiculon's raw, guitar-driven soundtracks, which is probably closer to what I would specialize in.

    I realize that the vast majority of my work consists of often lengthy, standalone compositions, which aren't typically what you'd find in video games. While I can't claim to have the wealth of game composition experience that many others on this forum have, I hope that the examples below demonstrate that I do have, if nothing else: a passion for my craft, a desire to grow and perfect it, and a willingness to experiment.

    Hit me up at if you would like to work with me. Compensation is negotiable.

    Thanks in advance for listening, and I hope to hear from you!

    [Note: My most recent upload is definitely the most representative of my current ability as a producer. I'm still proud of my older tracks, but I'd say I've made leaps and bounds since completing them.]


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