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Theatrical Sound Design work

I've started using a new service for hosting that I love!

http://techdef.bandcamp.com/

While there are a couple of my regular 'tracks' up there as well, the album format and hi-quality downloads made it ideal for starting to post my sound design work for the theatrical productions I've been working on for the past decade. (I've been doing sound design work since 1994 actually, but only a few years back did I start composing most/all of the music myself).

Expect abstract/ambient/soundtrack...

The first 'album' posted is only half up so far. They are all short tracks, used to set the scene or emphasize certain things happening in the play. The play Ash Girl was adapted by the director, Tim Lee, from The Ash Girl by Timberlake Wertenbaker, sort of a darker modern retelling of Cinderella. The show was perfomed in London in the spring of 2009.

This design was all done in Reason 4, with heavy use of various synths, as well as the NN-XT sampler.

More to come...
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mixes are up at http://www.mixcloud.com/techdef/
theatrical sound design blog at http://thtrsnd.wordpress.com/
 

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