(6.90mb) - This uplifting vocal track features lyrics in Igbo,
sung by a small vocal ensemble and accompanied with
guitars and various African percussion instruments. It
goes for a fun and positive feel, with jaunty bluegrass
violin solos by Jeff Ball.
Rome (2:16) (4.27mb) - This calm ethnic piece uses
lots of hand percussion instruments as well as synth and
orchestral backing to support a plucked string melody.
The music depicts a stroll about the streets of ancient
Rome, building into a swell featuring Slavic choral
vocals as various sights are seen.
Imaginary Friends (2:55)
(4.12mb) - This is a reflective, melodic song featuring solo
cello (Alex Atanasiu), fiddle (Jeff Ball), piano, and
ambient electronics. It uses the juxtaposition of live
instruments and heavily effected electronics to
illustrate a heartbreaking disconnect between reality
(1:20) (2.50mb) - This is a catchy jazz tune written for
a casual flash game. Accordion and vibes solos are
accompanied by a small string trio and electric piano,
with various Latin percussion.
(4.55mb) - This piece is a serene vocal track, featuring
a boy soprano vocalist. It uses a small string section, piano,
celesta, flute, and very subtle electronics to support
the childlike innocence of the vocal melody.
"Teen Idol Tom"
End Credits (3:24)
(4.69mb) - Written for a suspense drama, this track brings
closure to the story with serene orchestrations, piano
solo, and classical vocals sung by Jillian Goldin. A
highly thematic score, this track features the main
character's theme, the main theme of the film, as well
as a love theme on solo piano.
Cypress' Theme (2:43) (3.73mb)
- This trailer piece is a character theme for an
upcoming CG action film. It is mostly electronic with
some big, pumping drums and moody synth textures,
supported with melodic orchestration. The character's
anti-heroic theme is presented in the horns, followed by
a fast-paced action segment featuring Spanish guitar.
Showdown (2:19) (3.19mb) - This clip uses guitars
and synth textures to portray a gritty, crime-ridden
urban underground feel. Beginning with an ambient
soundscape, it grows into a driving beat.
"The Hit" Montage
(2:32) (3.49mb) - Originally composed for an
shooter/action film, this montage starts off with
ambient atmospheric electronics and hand percussion
solos, then builds into a blasting, high energy
electro-orchestral action segment.
Montage (2:52) (3.94mb) - Written for an episodic machinima
short, this soundtrack features militaristic orchestration as
well as ethnic flute solos, tribal percussion, and
electronically-manipulated east Asian plucked strings to
underscore covert military operations on a remote Pacific
(2:07) (3.88mb) - A powerfully dark electro-orchestral
theme, using choir and industrial percussion to
illustrate strife and heroism in a ruined world.