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Leaping Boy, Composer from Sweden

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#1 gustafpihl   Members   

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 01:46 PM

Hi, I am Gustaf but I compose under the name Leaping Boy. I decided to post something here because my music can only become meaningful if it reaches other people.
 
I like to dissect all genres of music, get to the essence of what sounds create what emotions. However I am drawn to the stranger sounds. I play Piano and Guitar and mess around with synthesisers etc. Used to work in Cubase but have since switched over to Logic Pro due to unstability issues. Sometimes I make solo acoustic music, and sometimes full on electro, or a mix of the two, depending on the phase I am in.
 
Here is my stuff:
 
Looking forward to hearing other peoples music here.
Thanks.


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Posted 03 September 2013 - 10:01 AM

Hey, 

 

this is nice stuff. I really like the "They can see trees", even though I have to say the frog-like sounds at the end surprised me. And 'down in the soil" has a nice groove going for it. So i'd say keep going in this way because I think it's getting better from top to bottom .



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Posted 03 September 2013 - 10:15 AM

Thanks man, really appreciate it. Haha yeah, the frog sounds I guess are a result of my wanting to combine emotion, darkness and humour into one flow. I like to surprise and confuse. Would love to produce some game music at some point, but have yet to find an appropriate project, which may be why I'm posting here too.

 

Hoping someone listens and happens to be working on a game with a suitable feel.






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