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I create soundtracks mostly for movies and games. I like to compose and produce techno, dance, pop, rock, electronica, orchestral, olympic, new age all using R
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I composed this piece as a tribute to Japan for the devastating events occurring on March 11, 2011.
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This is a song that I wrote for a love scene from a book that my sister wrote. If it would be turned into a movie in the future, you might hear this piece of music on there. :)
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I think it sorta has a conquest-like feel to it. :)
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Made this for a contest called "Represent a Country" at Newgrounds.com. I represented Korea.
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Wrote this piece for someone very special. :)
A fanfare with a brass section accompanied by an orchestra and powerful percussions and drums.
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140BPM Techno. Sounds like a bunch of trash. You can decide if it's even worth listening to. :P
This song is a remake of a song from Naruto for the part when Hokage dies and his funeral commences. I was requested by my brother-in-law to make a more convincing version and so here it is.
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Suitable for a romantic film. Melody was inspired by a Korean soap opera that I watched.
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This song was created spontaneously while I was testing out the new features of Reason 3.0. Hope you like it as much as I do.
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Alluring melody sung and written originally by Laiplia Ly. Music composed/produced by Xay Ly. Articulate chord progressions backed by a dance beat. Contains some traditional and electronical instruments. Prepare for massive 909 bass kicks.
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This is a song I wrote back in 1992 using a tracker software (OctaMed) on an Amiga 3000 and an external Roland Sound Canvas module. :) In 2004, I remastered this piece using a Roland JV1000 and Cool Edit Pro 2.0.
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This piece evolves from a mesmerizing bass line into a series of energetic rhythms and melodies. This could be used as a game soundtrack or something similar.