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[Offered] Scoring/Compostion - Great Scott - Portfolio

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Artist Name: Great Scott
Portfolio Link: [url="http://soundcloud.com/greatscott"]http://soundcloud.com/greatscott[/url]
Latest Original/Non-Remix Release: [url="http://soundcloud.com/greatscott/sets/great-scott-glorious-dystopia/"]http://soundcloud.co...rious-dystopia/[/url]
Official Site: [url="http://greatscottmusic.net"]http://greatscottmusic.net[/url]
Contact: [url="http://greatscottmusic.net/contact-2/"]http://greatscottmusic.net/contact-2/[/url]

I'm looking to get into scoring for games on the side of my usual putting out music in general. I'm open to working on any projects at any level (if I'm digging the idea!) and am OK for any sort of compensation as long as its fair in relation to the type of project.

Quick bit about my work:

I tend to make glitchy breakbeats and glitch-hop/hip-hop, but I've done my fair share of anything else from ambient to house (see portfolio). Any style and feel is no problem as long as it's mostly electronic-centric (I have contacts I can team up with if physical instrumentation or vocal work is required). I am also obsessed with making bizarre sounds using granular synthesis and fine-grain editing.

I've had my music+mixes featured on BBC Radio 1, BBC Asian Network, and many Internet-based electronic stations. I've also been included on the LovEvolution-2009 CD compilation alongside artists such as Hyper, Way Out West, and Bassnectar ([url="http://www.amazon.com/LovEvolution-Compilation-2009-Various-Artists/dp/B002ZFEQ62/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1329601238&sr=8-2"]http://www.amazon.co...29601238&sr=8-2[/url])..

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