Just kicked ‘em out. Cannot wait to share. If all works appropriately, they will be working in game for the alpha release at the end of March. The full soundtrack will be released on iTunes in parallel with the game’s release this summer.
Category Archives: Game Audio
May 9, 2012 – 2:49 pm
Posted some compositions of mine on Soundcloud. I’ll be updating this as I have more to share!
May 3, 2012 – 6:13 pm
A recent track of mine, “Lonely Moon”, is features as a project update for the Grim Dawn Kickstarter page, which has been doing very well and is sure to receive funding at the current rate! Check out the song, and support if you can!
April 30, 2012 – 2:51 pm
Dan Crislip, the audio lead for Grim Dawn, and I recently got together and put together a video showcasing our work so far on the upcoming horror ARPG. Check it out, and if you can, show your support!
April 17, 2012 – 1:15 pm
Grim Dawn, the horror hack and slash ARPG I’m doing the soundtrack for, has started their Kickstarter campaign to help funding through till the end of the project. The team is small, but in order for them to get the ball rolling and get ‘er done they’ll need your support. If you can contribute, there’s some great incentives for you to brag about to your friend.
February 7, 2012 – 9:10 pm
Music that is featured is still in the hasn’t-been-mixed stage, but regardless, you’ll get a good idea of the ambience and pulse that will be the atmosphere of the game. Instrumentation revolves around brooding electric guitars and reverbed out flutes.
If all goes according to plan, we’ll have a release sometime this year. I’ll be keeping on with the updates.
September 9, 2011 – 11:57 pm
Harmonix’s first iOS entry hit the App Store a few weeks back, featuring a good amount of songs written by yours truly. The premiss of the app is that the user records their own original samples/videos using the iDevice’s built in camera and mic, thus creating either a horrific or hilarious version of any of the given songs preloaded onto the app.
Sooo, you have to see it to believe it. Here’s just one example of some guy’s dog interpreting my original song, “D-O-G-S.”