I don't write music anymore, and I was never very good at it, but I did write a few things I'm proud of.
A generic victory theme.
This one originated as a tribute to my first novel, Odyssey Of The Elements. I was planning to make a song for each of the eight elements, but this was the only one to get finished before I scrapped the novel. Ice was the element of serenity and rationality.
This one is probably the oldest one on the list, surprisingly. It was intended to be the boss fight music for a sort of a abandoned JRPG I was making several years ago about another abandoned novel, The Black Wars.
This one was going to be played in pre-boss fight conversations.
Peacetime theme of one of the factions in the story.
Another faction's peacetime theme.
This one and the seven following were part of a Dungeon Synth album I made after being inspired by teh work of artists like Erang in that genre. I'm more embarrassed than proud about most of these, but I thought I'd post them anyway.
The two Mountain Stronghold tracks were inspired by an experience I had many years ago while playing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. I was walking on a mountain range in a blizzard, heading back to Frostcrag Spire after an adventure to deposit my spoils, and as I gazed off into the distance I began to have this inspiration. Frostcrag Spire represented the Mountain Stronghold.
Finally, I also made remixes/covers of 12 catholic hymns. I was raised catholic, and though I now abhor the religion, a few of the hymn melodies stuck with me. Most of these play a plain cover of the original notes first, followed by the remixed notes.
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