Tag Archives: cubase

Mood Switching Platform Game Music

Today I’ve been working on a new addition for the non-exclusive music library and to totally switch from the orchestral music I composed yesterday I have taken a memory trip back in time. “Once Upon a Platform” is a new Level … Continue reading

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Fantasy RPG – a new set of orchestral loops

The latest addition to my library of Non-Exclusive game music is “Fantasy RPG” – a collection of 8 short seamless orchestral loops for games with a fantasy or medieval theme. The loops can, of course, be used for many other … Continue reading

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Create seamless loops for game music

Making seamless loops is an essential part in creating music suitable for games. Loops will keep the distribution size of games to a minimum and it also makes the audio cheaper to license which is crucial for smaller indie game … Continue reading

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VSTi Review – LennarDigital Sylenth1

I’m not sure why I haven’t bought this VST instrument earlier because I remember trying the demo a while back and then I forgot about it for one reason or another. As I was engaged in a forum thread regarding … Continue reading

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First Imphenzia Trance Tutorial – Layers (Video of Cubase)

After receiving quite a few questions regarding how I go about to compose my music I decided to start making some video tutorials on the subject. The other day I released my first tutorial which covers an important element of … Continue reading

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