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Charliea

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Hello Charlie,

Welcome to Gamedev. :)

I gave some of your tracks a listen - very nice! Followed you on SoundCloud, you can check my music there.

See you around then!

Cheers,
Moritz
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Moritz P.G. Katz, I was wondering if you could share your link here as it would be easier to listen to your music. If anyone else wants to share their music here please do I'd love to hear it.
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Sure, here you go: [url="http://soundcloud.com/mpgk"]http://soundcloud.com/mpgk[/url]

My website's in the signature.

Cheers,
Moritz Edited by Moritz P.G. Katz
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Moritz, I managed to check out some of your work, love the Funkenstein 3000 track, very funky indeed.
Valse Rêve: This tune has such a nice melody and the arrangement is spot on. This track could easily be used in TV, great production.
Video Game Music: Sounds great and the orchestral composition used for this piece is amazing and is perfect for video games, once again great production

Very impressed by your scores and hope to hear the rest very soon Edited by Charliea
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Hi Charlie, listened to your some of your work, I enjoyed it very much. Where did you study? I'm always looking for composers to network and forge relationships with. Do you have a linked in account? if you wish you can listen to some of my examples as well as find my linked-in information on my site at [url="http://www.ericjgallardo.com"]http://www.ericjgallardo.com[/url]

Moritz I checked out your soundcloud page as well and as Charlie said, great work keep it up and the same goes for you if you have a linked-in account you can find my information at my site
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Hey Charlie, I'm also London based! Good stuff. Your stuff sounds really professional. Were your orchestral scores for anything in particular or just composing for fun?
Moritz, I also checked out your page. I absolutely love the feel of your stuff like Marooned it seems to have captured so much energy. Edited by Tonedeafrob
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[quote name='Eric J Gallardo' timestamp='1347610281' post='4979994']
Hi Charlie, listened to your some of your work, I enjoyed it very much. Where did you study? I'm always looking for composers to network and forge relationships with. Do you have a linked in account? if you wish you can listen to some of my examples as well as find my linked-in information on my site at [url="http://www.ericjgallardo.com"]http://www.ericjgallardo.com[/url]

Moritz I checked out your soundcloud page as well and as Charlie said, great work keep it up and the same goes for you if you have a linked-in account you can find my information at my site
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Hey Eric, I studied here in London and I do have a Linked and will send it to you via pm. Thanks also for the comments on my music scores
I'll check out the website also

Cheers


[quote name='Tonedeafrob' timestamp='1347709746' post='4980344']
Hey Charlie, I'm also London based! Good stuff. Your stuff sounds really professional. Were your orchestral scores for anything in particular or just composing for fun?
Moritz, I also checked out your page. I absolutely love the feel of your stuff like Marooned it seems to have captured so much energy.
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Thanks a lot I am glad you liked it and yes those were for film and video games.
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I am back with some new music and wanted to hear more from musicians on this site.


http://soundcloud.com/charliearmour
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I've actually been following you on Soundcloud a while. You make some epic stuff! 

Thank you for listening to my scores and glad you like them, hopefully I can post more soon!

 

Love to hear your work on here and everyone elses, it's about sharing music on this page. 

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I listened to some of your tracks, and I really enjoyed them, I really liked the little cover of Mad World. 

 

Here is a link to my "demo", i've kept my music to myself for awhile now but have been wanting to share it and see what people think and what I could do better.

 

https://soundcloud.com/kaneh-2/sets

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