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Author Comments

Wrote this to experiment with bringing a modern action style to an 80's cinematic sound. Definitely influenced by Tangerine Dream, M83 (especially their latest album, JUNK), Top Gun, Risky Business, etc.

Website: https://www.outlierstudios.co
More Music: https://soundcloud.com/danielciurlizza

Music Department
TRAVIS W. HENDRIX - Score Consultant
MICHAEL WYCKOFF aka R!OT - Electronic Drum Sample Design
DANIEL CIURLIZZA - Synthesizer Programmer & Sample Development

Special Thanks to

Tools Used:
- u-he Zebra
- Original recorded samples and synths from my studio's library.
- Live drums in combination with EZ Drummer
- A few stock sounds from Cubase's HALion Sonic 2
- East West Symphonic Orchestra Gold strings

About Me:
I run a music production company called Outlier Studios. I LOVE pushing the success of filmmakers and creative teams by contributing inspiring ideas and writing music that truly speaks to their project's story and characters.


DAMN! realy nice! i can see this music in the background of a forged sword presentation! so epic and powerfull! take your stars you deserved it!

DanielCiurlizza responds:

Thank you so much for all these starsss! You're welcome to use this (or any) track for your sword videos/presentations when you post them. And let me know if you do so I can enjoy them too!

Wow, this is extremely impressive. Great job mixing all the layers of complex sound into a piece that isn't messy or cluttered. Kinda reminds me of the music from floating point with a synth pop nine inch nails. Keep up the great work :)

DanielCiurlizza responds:

Oh yeahhh! This is the first time I've heard of Floating Points, but I definitely hear it. Just listened to their track, Kuiper, and it feels similar in vibe/sound.

I love the other references - synthpop and NIN. Pop music in film scores is something I've been trying to experiment with, so your "synthpop" reference makes me happy.

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment/review!!

The beat is amazing. Notes are rythimic and unique. Different levels of bass and sounds all wrap together perfectly! Good job!

DanielCiurlizza responds:

Thank you so much for taking the time to respond and giving this such a high review! Very happy you enjoyed this one.

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Credits & Info

4.81 / 5.00

Feb 2, 2017
2:01 PM EST
File Info
13.9 MB
6 min 4 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.