CurtisSchweitzer

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  1. Dear DIA: 3 discreet layers of contradictory or patently false signage isn't a good way to route passengers to the proper pickup zones.
  2. I like the structure, especially the big crescendo at the beginning. It really adds dramatic flair, and *immediately* caught my attention. About the only critique I have is that, although your melodies are really great and catchy, they seem to wander a bit as a full structure. It would be nice to hear more of what you'd call the "main" theme, just to solidify the piece as a whole.    That's a really minor critique, however, and overall I love the piece.
  3. Wow. I post to the Reddit gamedev forums about looking for interactive projects to work on and get 3 responses in less than an hour. That's more interest in my music than I've gotten in the past month. FTW, Reddit.
  4. Composer looking for projects

    [left][font="verdana, sans-serif"][size="2"][color="#3e3e3e"][left]Hi,[/left][left] [/left][left]My name is Curtis Schweitzer, and I'm a classically-trained film composer looking for work. My background is primarily in orchestral music, and I have a fairly extensive sample library (East West Symphonic Orchestra), as well as the skills to use it.[/left][left] [/left][left]I have previously worked on projects for TV and Video Games, including the syndicated series "The Black Dawn" from New Renaissance Pictures. I am currently scoring an episode for their upcoming series "The Seventh Spectrum", as well as working as the supervising composer on the series.[/left][left] [/left][left]I have also contributed to the Oblivion MERP project.[/left][left] [/left][left]I am primarily looking for paid work (sample libraries and equipment don't come cheaply!), however, as we are nearly finished with "The Seventh Spectrum", I am willing to consider work on projects without pay, especially since my game experience is fairly limited.[/left][left] [/left][left]I have several cues in varying styles available for anyone to listen to here:[/left][left] [/left][left][url="http://curtisschweitzer.net/?page_id=119"]http://curtisschweit...et/?page_id=119[/url][/left][left] [/left][left]Additionally, I try to post in-progress work/demo cues on SoundCloud:[/left][left][url="http://soundcloud.com/curtis-schweitzer"]http://soundcloud.co...rtis-schweitzer[/url][/left][left] [/left][left]You can view my IMDB profile here:[/left][left][url="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3269331/"]http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3269331/[/url][/left][left] [/left][left]Please contact me at curtis.schweitzer@gmail.com if you are looking for a composer in the orchestral genre-- I am always looking for a new project to score.[/left][left] [/left][left]Thanks,[/left][left]Curtis Schweitzer[/left][left][url="http://curtisschweitzer.net"]http://curtisschweitzer.net[/url][/left][/color][/size][/font][/left]