Just wanted to announce the release of my original soundtrack for the iPhone game Kingdom: The Conspiracy by Imagineer Games. The story is set in a fictional 1920's where America is ruled by Kings and a dangerous conspiracy to overthrow the Kingdom is slowly revealed to Vesper Delano and her investigative partner Duncan O'Malley. The game is still in development by Imagineer Games and the release is expected in early 2011. To reflect the time period of the game storyline, several cues in the soundtrack are influenced by the ragtime genre. To highlight the more dramatic situations, orchestral music sets the tone. Piano music and chamber music is also prominent in the soundtrack with fellow GANG member Jeff Ball making an appearance on violin in Anastasia's Tragedy. The soundtrack is available on iTunes, CD Baby, and other online stores.
The nicely designed artwork for the soundtrack features the main characters Vesper Delano and her partner Duncan O'Malley in the front along with enigmatic entrepreneur Gerad Fitzgerald and his bodyguard Molly Mags in the background.
How are you doing folks?
I hope all is well, soon we have the christmas rush upon us. yey! =)
Last week I produced a couple of new themes (as usual), some pitches and I'm also working on the third AZURE album with my friend Robban Kanto.
5 new songs are currently in proces, I've wrecked some of my drum-gear so I have to buy some new stuff this weekend.
Ahh, and I also just got the heads up from CDbaby that the two EMBRACING albums we produced in 1996/1997 will be released on digital distribution in the coming weeks. iTunes, Spotify etc. So check them out when they are available.
Don't forget to check my twitter and webpage www.morningdewmedia.com
for new music themes and mp3 demos.
Have a nice weekend my fellow audio artists!
This release also features artwork by Alex Seminara
Upon Pre-Order, you’ll receive 5 of these tracks immediately, and ALSO be entered into a Giveaway for a FiXT Store Gift Card ($25 value), and a free 12 month Xbox Live Gold subscription ($50 value)
To view other Deprogrammed releases and remixes also available @ FiXT Music, click here
Thanks for your continued support! Cheers,
Owner/Lead Composer, Deprogrammed Studios
Hey everyone! It's been a busy busy week for me - I've been finishing up the soundtrack to the independent game "The Spirit Engine 2," by Mark Pay. (Check it out at www.thespiritengine.com). I've been working on this project for over four and a half years! (Excuse any following spelling or gramatically errors, I'm flying to NYC in a few hours to celebrate with my girlfriend and have a nice dinner with some great champagne that I've been saving)
I'm just writing to let everyone know that I just FINALLY finished and uploaded my standalone soundtrack CDs, and I wanted to share a bit of my experience.
The soundtrack itself is massive - over 3 hours of music spanning 101 tracks. I bet that you're probably thinking, well, it can't have been very GOOD music to be that long. Perhaps thats the case, but I like to think otherwise (obviously). I put together the CDs in a few weeks time - it turns out that mastering audio CDs is much different than mastering the actual game music, so I really had to do production on everything twice! Now, I'm certainly no guru at this... I am but a student, but I tried my best and put my whole heart into it, and I think it shows.
Back in April I advertised a "Cancer Donation" drive to the indie-scene at Tigsource.com and in other places. The idea was that anyone who donated $5 would receive the full soundtrack to TSE2 for free (as a digital download). Turned out pretty well, I think, because we raised over $825. That may seem small to some of your pros (;D), but for a small community it was astonishing!
Anyway, with the CDs done and everything ready to go I thought the last thing to do would be to put a post up here.
For those curious, you can check out the albums (there is a full album and a shorter "best of" album) here:
Hey all -
So here's a quick summary of updates from Deprogrammed Studios for June 2008!
More details can be found at: http://blog.deprogrammed.com/
Deprogrammed Studios is proud to announce our new partner John Ostrem, who will be handling business for our SW division, in addition to drum tracking services in Austin, TX. We've also brought on several collaborators from around the globe to help expand our catalog.
Nucleus Soundlab asked us to develop a couple of tracks to demo their new release "Viral Outbreak", a sound library based on sounds from the legendary Virus Ti synth. Check out the tracks "Infekted" and "Contagion" at http://nucleus-soundlab.com/viraloutbreak.htm. Reason Refill and VSTi formats and available now!
We've also contributed to several new releases over the last couple of months:
FIXT/Position Production Music Series: Volume 32 - Electronic (Digital + CD - 2008)
Celldweller: Take it and Break it Round 3 - "Switchback" (CD - Release Date TBA)
Transcendence (Score accompanying the book of photography by Alexander23 - 2008)
Harsh Realm: Dual Remix L [Arrhythima/Blood of Another] (CD - 2008)
Deprogrammed Studios Production Music Series: Volume 1 (CD - 2008)
The last CD in the list above is our own release, which features 30 tracks that cover multiple genres and moods (action/battle, horror, rock/metal, etc), all of which are available for immediate licensing for film/tv/games/other media.
Our list of publishers is growing rapidly - Stay tuned for more exciting news ahead. =)