Playing with MONARK 80s analog synthesizer sounds today (such sounds were used extensively in the Netflix hit series Stranger Things particularly for the main theme to that television show).
Just snagged a composing library for live horror / thriller film scoring known as THRILL. Huge orchestral and found sounds possibilities for creating tonal and atonal dissonant soundscapes for scoring scenes in scary films.
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