Hi, I'm a video game composer looking for a project!

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    Hello, my name is Jonathan Kaz, I’m a video game composer graduate from Fermatta College of Music, in Guadajalara Mexico.


    I’ve worked with bunch of people before on the indie game Carpe Diem: Reboot and a lot of unfinished projects who unfortunately never saw the light of the day.

    Portfolio: https://soundcloud.com/jonathan-kaz

    Email: jonathankaz7454@gmail.com

    CV: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fzxuyqmzxk07gxg/Jonathan Kaz CV English.pdf?dl=0


    Most of my work is from themes i just made thinking in games and scenes I create in a minute, few of them are for the jobs I’ve had before but as I said, there are just a few.


    My composition style is n inspiration from VGS like Koji Kondo, Breath Of The Wild, Dark Souls’s composer Motoi Sakuraba, and from music genres: Metal, progressive, jazz, math, classical, etc.


    Hope to work with a team that has communication between their members even if they don’t know in person, a goal that everyone want to reach which is making the best possible game experience we can make.



    I’m ambitious and perfeccionist with my work and I don’t give up until the final product is the best possible!



    If you wanna call me to make your video game some music, just send me an email, I’ll check it right away.



    Hope to work with you today!

    - Jonathan Kaz
     

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