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always had an interest in music, and after hearing several inspiring
music scores by Hanz Zimmer, I decided to take some of his work
and creatively remix it into some awesome dramatic musical compositions.
Since then, I've used material from many artists and many styles
of music. On this page are several compositions created using a
piecemeal array of dramatic overtures selected from various composers.
This project was started many years ago when I first had the inspiration to combine dramatic sections of music from different sources into one overly-dramatic piece. It's original intended use was for background music while playing online video games, however it has since morphed into an ongoing pet project that I continue to add to whenever a new piece strikes my fancy.
Unfortunately, due to a hard drive crash the original version of the Super-Ultra-Mega Mix was lost. I have since been slowly recreating a new, better version which is presented here.
This composition is perpetually incomplete and therefore has no succinct finish, as you will notice when listening. However, its overly-dramatic tenor is cool while it lasts. Check back every now and then to see if I've added any more to the piece.
Klaus Bedelt is an awesome
composer, and he did a superb job with the Pirates of the Caribbean
soundtrack. However, after listening to the soundtrack, I was disappointed
because the main powerful driving theme that is behind most of the
score is not well represented on the soundtrack. Using bits and
pieces from various parts of the score, I was able to put together
this lengthy and nearly seamless composition.
This is a composition built from the score for a game I played called Deus Ex: Invisible War. The piece is a composition of several individual songs from the score. It's not very long, but pretty cool.
Just some cool dramatic loops.