COMPOSITION FOR FREE (Orchestral, 8bit, etc.)

Discussion in 'Art Portfolios' started by Furexus, Jan 12, 2018 at 3:27 PM.

  1. Furexus

    Furexus New Member

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    Hey,
    recently I decided to offer some free composition work, if I like your project. I majored in music science and play a lot of instruments. Since I have a nice regular job, I'm currently doing this as an kind-of-expensive hobby, but one might never know what the future will bring.

    You can see my Portfolio here: www.sebastianbreitenbach.de

    Styles that I like to work in
    - Oldschool Hollywood (think 50s) style Orchestral
    - Adventure Orchestral
    - Horror/Atonality Orchestral
    - 8bit (SID, NES, SNES)
    - Ambient / Electronic
    - Smooth Jazz/Pop

    I also do some other styles, which you can access through my portfolio, but nevertheless, I'm basically doing this for free, so I'd rather go with a style I like. :)

    If someone is interested just write me an E-Mail ( mail@sebastianbreitenbach.de )
     
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    Furexus New Member

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    Sorry, I just realized, that I've posted this in the wrong subforum. If someone would be so kind to move it to "Music & Sound Portfolios" that would be great!

    Kind Regards
    Sebastian
     

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