1. Infinite Legacy - Behind the Music w/ Studio Daisho LLC


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    Welcome to the personal workshop of Studio Daisho LLC. This is a 2-day music peak writing & recording the main theme for PC Game “Infinite Legacy”. The team explores the concepts behind Alex Connowell’s ambitious RPG. Infinite Legacy is defined as a classic style RPG with modernized story and playing mechanics. This game still needs your help to fruition! Help us raise finances to a bigger budget and help create a stand out title! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/96595439/infinite-legacy www.StudioDaisho.com More updates soon to come! Videographer: Albert Clanton (Creative Director of Studio Daisho LLC)

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      LITTLE HEROES - docu-style show about russian contemporary classical music composers. 1 season lets us into lifes of the 1980/90s generation. General Hiver productions

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      • Omnimusic Promo


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        It's hard not to be inspired by Omni's deep pool of talented composers and all the sonic awesomeness that flies out of their brains. Five of Omni's most popular music-makers welcomed me into their studios to capture them at work. I have a feeling they're the real reason Omni is one of the best music libraries around. Music: "Roaring Twenties" Sylvain Poge CDM 50 - Electro-Swing Listen to the full track here: http://omnimusic.com/music_search/cd.php?c=czoyOiI1MCI7&lib=2

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        • Forgotten Vienna - The Amade Players


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          Help us to launch our Forgotten Vienna disc! This recording includes four works by four great composers. Everyone has heard of Mozart and Haydn, but can you say the same of Richter, Ditters, Waṅhal and Ordonez? All hailed from Moravia or Bohemia, the Czech lands that sent so many fabulous musicians to the courts of Vienna in the 18th century. Did you know that Ditters and Waṅhal played in a string quartet with their more famous colleagues Mozart and Haydn? That their compositions inspired the latter pair to engage with new symphonic forms? That the Richter trumpet concerto is much higher for the trumpet player than Bach's famous Brandenburg Concerto No.2? As musicians who passionately believe in historically informed performance, we have prepared new, complete editions of these works for this CD, and we are recording the pieces on authentic instruments. The Ditters concerto, the Waṅhal and Ordonez symphonies are all world premiere recordings. The Richter has been recorded before, but not at the right pitch, so we have gone back to the drawing board and come at it fresh. - See more at: http://www.sponsume.com/project/forgotten-vienna#sthash.jJVDhNDU.dpuf

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          • The Nostalgia Factory - Cut the Red String


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            The Nostalgia Factory is the solo project by multi-instrumentalist/producer Jessie-Jamz Ozaeta, representing Montreal, Canada. He draws influence from many genres, including folk, post-rock and shoegaze. His music is often described as haunting, lush, and cinematic. Jessie-Jamz has also scored for short films and is the drummer/vocalist for the post-hardcore duo Place d’Armes.

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            • NZSM CMPO Showcase


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              A compilation video showing the range and diversity of compositional practice at Te KōkīNew Zealand School of Music (NZSM). The video features excerpts from recent (2013/2014) work by postgraduate Composition and Sonic Arts students at NZSM, namely: 'Noumena' for orchestra by Jason Post (MMA) 'Hummingbird' – sound installation by Blake Johnston (BMusHons) 'The Most Fun You Can Have Dying' – film soundtrack by Grayson Gilmour (MMA) 'Silhouettes' for string quartet by Salina Fisher (BMusHons) 'To Be Happy To Be Lost' – film soundtrack by Bridget Johnson (PhD) 'Complex' – mechatronic sound and light installation by Mo H Zareei 'Hotspot' – film soundtrack by Ewan Clark (PhD) 'Forks in Sockets' – music for Tesla Coil by various Sonic Arts students Te Kōkī NewZealand School of Music, Victoria University of Wellington

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              • Tony Anderson


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                License Tony Anderson’s music on Music Bed: mscbd.fm/tnyndrsn Tony Anderson is a successful Composer who’s welcoming an extra push outside of himself from an unlikely friend. Our time with Tony taught us to embrace interruptions and trash our stuffy/competitive/deadline driven perspectives. We hope his story helps you love the people around you a little more freely. Music used in this video: custom score by Tony Anderson & "Ameri Can I" by Young Collective License "Ameri Can I" by Young Collective: mscbd.fm/yngcllctv

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                • Scanner Q&A: Which factors helped you get started?


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                  Sound artist Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner, offers advice and answers questions from student's at the Sound and Music Summer School 2014

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                  • Scanner Q&A: What's it like working with other composers?


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                    Sound artist Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner, offers advice and answers questions from students at the Sound and Music Summer School 2014

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                    • Scanner Q&A: When working with producers, do you dictate?


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                      Sound artist Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner, offers advice and answers questions from students at the Sound and Music Summer School 2014

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