Context? Context is for casuals.3.96 / 5.00 8,830 Views
Hexagon Puzzle Game3.91 / 5.00 7,834 Views
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.3.82 / 5.00 5,435 Views
I decided to upload my submission to MuteMath's "Odd Soul" Remix Contest that they were hosting on the band's website. They provided the stems on their website and are taking submissions via SoundCloud. I figured I'd upload mine here.
I kept their Bass stem, and the Lead/BG Vocals stem, as well as one or two clips of their original Guitar stem, but 95% of the guitars and synths and all of the drums heard here were done by me.
-George R. Powell
Music Composer / Screenwriter
Working on producing... here's my last 3 submissions:
http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/4 35927 - vocal, soul feel to it
http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/4 37123 - a little dubstep feel to it
http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/4 37207 - sorta a "go hard" or "battle" beat
The two closing pieces of this small but high quality 8bit album :)
On fire and crashing:
Disaster averted, ending:
Thanks for all the praise on my other work btw for those that reviewed :)
Original, classical and retro videogame music composer. pm me for (free) hire, depending on your project i will make you a ost.
Hello everyone! I am obviously new here and submitted my first song to the site. It's kind of hard to classify... it has some elements of dubstep, ambient, and trance (I think). It has kind of a bittersweet tone, but hopefully it sonically pleases you :-)
My name is (First name: Julian) Wynn and my brother's name is (First name Alexander) Hill, my brother and I are composers, and we would love to compose for your projects!
We have a passion for composing, so don't feel like you're burdening us, if you do!
We use a system called "EastWest & QuantumLeap" to compose on Cubase, (We also use Garageband 3 for quick work), film composers like Thomas Newman, David Newman, Brian Tyler, Steve Jablonsky, ect. use this system.
If you want to have some validation, go send Gonzossm a message and he will tell you how we are doing with his new games. :D
My brother's username is ComposerSyterious by the way.
Here's our Youtube, bandcamp and newgrounds pages for some more music for you to check out!
A lot of it is Garageband music, we've composed albums and albums of music, but a lot of the really good stuff is not on here for worry of it being stolen. If you want some better music, just PM us, and you can get a taste.
Let us know when and what you want us to compose!
Your work on the recent "Help the Hero" is excellent, and the great addicting Upgrade Complete games are fun!
It would be an honor to compose for you!
Thank you so much!
Keep pursuing and happy composing! ~ Hill and Wynn Smith
If you want to discuss payment, then send us a message about it as well.
My Brother and I compose music! Here's our site for more information on projects, ect.
Keep pursuing your dreams! ~ Wynn
A rather mellow and melancholic (but not without some brightness in there!) track for string orchestra. Since there's a lot of people who're really good at production around here, I was hoping that someone might have some tips re: reverb on this track.
A birthday song I wrote for a good friend. I hope whoever listens to it, will enjoy it :D
Trance // Progressive // Deep // Melodic
I'm looking for feedback for the NGADM comp. Also, in the past we advocated reviewing the previous two thread submissions. I recommend you do the same :p
Giants are too tall. We'll have to stand on top of each others shoulders to survive.
I'll often do a somber classical piece, or a melodic metal song... This time, I decided to mix the two instead of doing them separate.
Dubstep, grimey, deep, dark.
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There's far too much here to upload it all to Newgrounds, but here's 45 tracks of original music composed primarily on Super Nintendo soundfonts. The drums are typically done in Logic, but the rest of the sounds and stylistic approach are a tribute and emulation of music from Super Nintendo games. It would be awesome if you took the time to give it a look here: