here are some demos.
„Über’s Dach…“ is a short song being played in the credits in a short movie. It features a character being old and bored by some emotional drag. There is a lot of Berlin-Altbau feel as well as a bit of Paris-charming bliss in it. I wrote the song and lyrics.
This is a backing track for a female artist who came in with her basic song (chords, lyrics, vocals). I produced this backing track for her to turn the song into a pop-influenced melodramatic piece. I did all production, string lines and sound.
The next are two songs. You might look for a nice theme song. Options are wide, these two feature some more sweet-pop stuff and some more challenging thing.
„Armor“. That’s a co-work with an Icelandic friend of mine. She wrote lyrics, I did the music. It’s a song about a strong person settled in a ‚tribe-like‘ theme. A rough demo, I sang the demo but more as a ghostwriter thing. So that song could be sung by a great singer and turn out to be magic.
„Guilty Minds Unravel“. Another work with my friend. A more beatle-esque approach to it, it shows some deep compositional capabilities. It’s a dark song about a last chance lost and musically a great thing as it really dives into realms of sophisticated areas.
Dancing scene in a movie.
Opening scene for a David Fincher like atmo.
Two girls steal a picture while the museums‘ guard’s sleeping
A character gazing at a picture and dreaming away.
One last thing here, I re-arranged ‚Ice Dance‘ by Danny Elfman a couple years ago. I went on this Australian Festival in New South Wales, just behind the Great Dividing Range. For a couple of musicians, I wrote down this big orchestral piece to a playable version for a few players. It’s a bit rough on intonation, everyone more or less sight-read the music without much practice.
I do believe, as a musician you shall have some skills like knowing notation, arranging and knowing instruments. Hitting knobs is one thing, knowing what you’re doing deep in the core of music, that’s another.
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