Several scored scenes from an academic course I completed in film and television scoring at Berklee College of Music. These were class assignments. Also a few compositions I created out of thin air for practice (those with still image). I am in no way associated with the actual films for which these scenes were used in the Berklee assignments. They show my ability to score film scene cues in a variety of film genres. The scenes had no music in the original clips, they were for students like me to create original music for, to score the scenes:
Film/TV scoring demo tracks, including action, drama, horror, supernatural, romance:
I like to compose music, especially soundtrack genre compositions. My tools include Sibelius and MuseScore notation software, Reaper as my sequencer (=Digital Audio Workstations or DAW) and for notation mock-ups, MIDI keyboards, and a KORG nanoKontrol Studio mixing board. I use many sampled instruments to compose, including EWQL Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra, Spitfire Audio’s Hans Zimmer Strings, Spitfire’s Albion One / Tundra / Iceni orchestral libraries, BBC Symphonic Orchestra library from SpitfireAudio, Audiobro’s Symphony Series libraries, and Heavocity’s FORZO and NOVO libraries.
Film Scoring Libraries I Use for Composing Film Music