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rscomposer

Member Since 31 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Mar 21 2013 02:31 PM

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Halloween's Eve in the Cemetery

02 June 2012 - 12:22 AM

Well I know it's definitely not the haunting season yet, but I would like to put this piece up for discussion, because I'm interested in your comments and criticisms.

Last Halloween I uploaded a Halloween "mini-symphony" in three parts to Youtube that I had composed, just as a personal project. The idea was just to set up a bunch of scenes and characters you might encounter in a haunted cemetery, and provide music that sort of tells a little story.

This is part 3, which is the most climactic and complete of the parts, being the end:



The other two parts are available, if you are so inclined to listen to them as well, and I am interested in any comments you have as listeners and composers.

Thanks in advance!

-Robert S

Introducing Myself

31 March 2010 - 11:37 AM

Hello all, I don't like to jump right in to posting on a message board without introducing myself first, so I just wanted to take a moment to say hello and let you know what I am all about. My name is Robert Scott, I'm 21, and a composer and sound FX artist with a handful of credits. In the early 2000s I started working on my own games, mostly 2D point-and-click adventure games made with Adventure Game Studio, which taught me most of what I know about programming. (Which still isn't too much!) A little later I moved on to the audio side of things and wrote some music and did some sound FX for other people's games, many of which never got finished. After that I started writing music and working on sound for short films and student film projects, starting around 2005. (Check out to watch "Shadows of a Doubt," for which I provided the music and most of the sound FX. [except for that singing bit at 0:55 which I urged them to re-record. :D]) Anyway, I am always on the lookout for new opportunities and new things to learn, so I hope that joining up here will help! Later! -Robert S

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