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This is a seriously good score....but the temptracking is rather problematic. The love theme is directly from Braveheart, a lot of the action in No Going Back is Mount Doom from LOTR etc....but still better than some of that synth nonsense peddled by the Junkmeister elsewhere.Am I correct that the music used in the long flashback sc&#232;ne with Hester and Shrike is only sort of present in the final track "Alive and Together" ?So the complete score is now available on YouTube and it’s AWSOME. Particularly Escape through ParisDoes anyone have the chronological order yet?? That would be great!@MrZimmerFan<br><br>Gotta agree with you, I definitely think WW is a far stronger score. That’s not to say I think Aquaman is bad, but none of the themes have really impressed me at all. The orchestral/synth hybrid is pretty cool, but once again I think it was done far better with Thor: Ragnarok. <br><br>(Will say this though; “Black Manta” is a badass track)
First Impressions:<br><br>This might be one of the most “traditional” scores that Tom has scored at this point in his career. The strings/brass still have the signature JXL sound to them, but the music feels more mature when compared to something like Mad Max or even his most recent outings. <br><br>I’m still picking up on the themes as of now (the most obvious being the main fanfare and Hester’s tune) but the idea for Shrike is definitely a clear standout. Especially when it gets an emotional spin later on. The use of woodwinds and the operatic female solo vocals also are a nice addition.<br><br>Overall this has to be the biggest surprise of the year for me. Having sorta given up on Junkie after being disappointed by his output in the past few years I never expected him to write a fantasy score on this level (while still keeping one foot in his comfort zone of course). Hopefully more producers actually demand quality music from him, as opposed to the shit we got from<br>Tomb Raider and Deadpool.Great work. <br><br>I love Tom's aggressive and extreme way of mixing and bold use of percussion.<br><br>Glad to see him linked to Alita: Battle Angel tooI imagine iTunes and Spotify by Friday. The people commenting on it have likely heard a leaked version.Where can we listen this score ?It's a good score, nice blend between orchestra and synths.<br><br>But, i think WW is more interesting score
I'm listening right now, one of the best works by Tom, by far.<br><br>Beautiful choir, great action tracks (even there is a great renditions of the themes, Windflower with that version of Shrike's theme is gorgeous) and multiples themes.I'm guessing CONFESSIONS & REGRETS is Tom Sells out his Clone?I have done this for... so many things ! :PThanks so much!01 - THE ISLAND AWAITS YOU => 1M1 MAIN TITLES + 1M2 NIGHTMARE #1<br>02 - WHERE DO THESE TUBES GO? => 1M2 MISSING A SHOE + 4M24 ROUTE 39<br>03 - SECTOR 6 => 4M19C CENSOR CHASE PT 3 + 4M19D THE OUTSIDE WORLD<br>04 - STARKWEATHER => NOT IN MIXES (Album idea or suite idea ?) + 6M33H MVC PT 6 THE BIG R<br>05 - AGNATE UKULELES => 2M10 AGNATE UKULELES + 2M10B UKULELES 2 - ELECTRIC B<br>06 - YOU HAVE A SPECIAL PURPOSE IN LIFE => 3M14A RELEASING THE MOTH + 3M14B LIMA'S DEMISE<br>07 - MASS VEHICULAR CARNAGE => 1MD HEALTH CLUB (ALBUM SONG VERSION)<br>08 - RENOVATIO => 5M32B TRACKING THE CLONES<br>09 - I'M NOT READY TO DIE => 3M15 STARKWEATHER'S DEMISE (EDITED)<br>10 - THIS TONGUE THING'S AMAZING => 7M43 THIS TONGUE THING'S AMAZING + 6M38 CONFESSIONS & REGRETS<br>11 - MASS WINNINGS => 7M44 MASS WINNINGS + 7M45 RETURN TO INSTITUTE + 7M45 RETURN TO INSTITURE PT 2<br>12 - THE CRAZIEST MESS I'VE EVER SEEN => 3M16-17 A PRODUCT ON THE LOOSE + 3M18A CENSOR CHASE PT 1<br>13 - SEND IN THE CLONES => 5M29 TRAIN STATION CHASE + 5M31-32 IN LA - CALVIN KLEIN<br>14 - MY NAME IS LINCOLN => 8M52 THE END OF MERRICK<br><br>;)
Hybrid is it possible that you could do a crossreference of what cues here = the ones on album like you did for King Arthur and Transformers 4?And maybe there's too much synth work in both cause... Andrew K worked on both ?! lolMothersbaugh isn't the only person out there to use 80s synth, you know. You are after all, on the website named after perhaps the greatest pioneer of it in terms of film music. <br><br>Also, there is nothing about this film that screams "Thor Ragnarok" ripoff. If anything, the appropriate place to compare is Black Panther- however, as Aquaman and his mythology predates Black Panther by several years, that argument is rendered moot.<br><br> Sure, we have regal similarities (king, set in kingdom, evil half brother) but it literally ends there. The story is quite basic, but nowhere like Ragnarok in its entirety. Ragnarok was about two brothers putting aside their differences to stop their evil sister from unleashing Ragnarok itself, whilst Aquaman is about Arthur Curry being forced to reconnect with his Atlantean heritage, and it's explicitly a quest for him to clear Atlantis from a corrupt, purist ruler who wants to hurt the surface world because of how the humans have been mistreating the seas. Aquaman is very much its own thing, and it doesn't need any such comparisons. And I bet, it will stomp past Ragnarok at the box office overall. <br><br>the main theme is quite similar to Jackman's Kingsman ( the first three note)<br><br>andd..<br><br>I assume it is the studio's mandate for RGW to go (and adapt..or imitate?) Mothersbaugh's Ragnarok with its 80s synth. <br><br>----<br><br>Having seen the movie, i understand why RGW chose the 80s style, because basically, Aquaman is Thor Ragnarok underwater. <br>Dont get me wrong, the visual spectacle is amazing and colorful ( in a good way), some of the cinematography is downright breathtaking,but i really did have a hardtime enjoying this movie in its fullness beacuse the blatant Ragnarok ripping-off here and there.., and dont get me started on the story...<br>Really, the visual did the heavy lifting in this movie ( and it succeeded in overcoming the weak storyline)Um, is there a freaking Pitbull remix of Africa on here? What the heck?
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Josue Harrison reply Replies: 0 || 2013-08-27 07:06:50
Hello Sr.zimmer, you make music &#8203;&#8203;very very well, &#191;how he comes all that?, his pieces are truly fascinating music, is very well done, please answer me, How he comes, how thinks, how writes, you are amazing! greetings from Mexico.

Mina Emad reply Replies: 0 || 2013-08-20 22:35:47
Okay.I'm not a composer .I'm not even want a chance to work in the company but i really like your music and it's inspired me to do every thing ..all I need is take a picture with you or even see you..see your studio and how to work ..how is your feeling when the film comes to you without music and you create the music .. An Epic music .....

by the way I'm from cairo.egypt and I have no chance to see you but..
it's okay :D .. if you want to text me if you have time ..IF YOU HAVE TIME .( akonmina@yahoo.com ) waiting your massage .it will means alot to me
thanks.

Ian Xavier Perez reply Replies: 0 || 2013-08-16 05:58:37
I love many of the movie sound projects that you guys have done listed here and would love to be a part of visions like them as a sound engineer myself! what type of advice would you guys give audio engineers and future composers who dream of accomplishing such dreams and being a part of such great teams? idproductionsidp@yahoo.com

Marc Provencal reply Replies: 1 || 2013-07-19 16:56:16
Mr Zimmer,

I have learn so much by listening to your amazing music, to me you are a true Genius. Scoring is my ultimate dream, music is all my life, I'm a university trained composer-arranger-musician...If you can take a minute of your precious time to listen to my music on my web site...thank you so much

www.marcprovencal.com

regards


MacArthur 2013-08-14 19:50:08
You ever get any feedback?

MacArthur reply Replies: 0 || 2013-08-14 01:54:13
Hello Mr. Zimmer. I know that you are a busy man. I am a music composer and I live in Arizona. I would love to get in the Film music Industry. It is a dream and goal of mine. Me and a friend of mine have composed some music, and if you are willing to hear it and tell me where I stand, and if i'm capable to make it in.
Thank you for your time.

my e-mail is aaddleman@cox.net

Michael Helmel reply Replies: 0 || 2013-08-02 15:42:42
Hallo Herr Zimmer,
ich würde mich sehr freuen wenn sie Zeit hätten mein Musikstück zu hören. Für eine kurze Rückmeldung, von ihnen oder einen ihres teams, währe ich sehr dankbar. MfG Michael Helmel info@michaelhelmel.com

https://soundcloud.com/michaelhelmel

Phil reply Replies: 0 || 2013-07-21 20:48:32
I'm soooo missing the Webradio

Isoruku reply Replies: 0 || 2013-07-20 20:31:08
Hello. Hans Zimmer created much (but not all) of the music for the 1986 Nicholas Roeg film "Castaway." So I'm wondering if Mr Zimmer composed the beautiful and delicate flute segment that can be heard from 1:24:35 to 1:25:44 during the movie #####

If the answer is yes, what is the name of the song? (And is it available for purchase anywhere?) Many thanks!

Macejko reply Replies: 1 || 2013-07-15 17:13:57
Hey there guys, especially HZ.com team. This will be pretty unusual request, and also a really naive one, I imagine. See, I am working on a lecture for a biggest fantasy-sci-fi-horror-popculture convention in Czech and Slovak republic, called Istrocon. This lecture is about Hans Zimmer and his work.
So, here's the thing: my big dream about ending of this lecture is a video of Hans himself. Not just any video, though. It would be a video, where Hans would say something directly to the visitors of the convention. Something like "Hello visitors of Istrocon, my name is Hans Zimmer and I hope you enjoyed this lecture about my work." That's all.
Now, I understand that this idea is terribly, terribly naive. I understand that Hans is a terribly busy man and he doesn't have time to play around. But something like this would make a killing ending to my lecture.
I know that Hybrid and the other membersof the HZ.com team probably won't pay much attention to this post, but I simply had to try. If you could by some miracle contact Hans, you would have my eternal gratitude.

Matej Vojtko, also known as Macejko,
fan from Slovakia


Macejko2013-07-15 17:15:22
And in any case, my e-mail is vojtko.matej@gmail.com.

Vusi reply Replies: 1 || 2013-07-08 10:32:24
Mr Zimmer,

My name is Vusi Kweyama from South Africa. A friend of mine put together a video of me speaking for about 4 minutes and included Hans Zimmer instrumental song for 15 seconds (entitled: I believe because others believed in me). The video is for non-commercial purposes. Please advise if it is okay to use it.


Kind regards,

Vusi Kweyama


Akos Tomena2013-07-11 18:02:05
Hello Mr. Zimmer and Fellas!
I have also made and played a tune with trumpet.
I hope you'll like it:
https://soundcloud.com/akostomena/sunrise

Cheers,
Akos from Hungary.

Greg Reinhart reply Replies: 0 || 2013-06-28 16:30:49
Hi,

My name is Greg Reinhart and I was wondering who I can send material to at Remote Control Productions for overview. Please e-mail me at gsreinhartii@gmail.com. Thank you for your time.

-Greg Reinhart

DXF reply Replies: 0 || 2013-06-25 09:12:04
Sent Here For A Reason - And incredible acoustic experience!

Gene reply Replies: 0 || 2013-06-18 19:13:24
Hi,

I was wondering if your team was in need of a Modular Moog technician in the LA area. I have serious credentials, available on request. I do have a much wider range of electronic music equipment expertise as well.

You can contact me at info@showmetheanalog.com

Thanks,
Gene

David Young reply Replies: 5 || 2013-06-13 16:56:33
Hi... just hoping you can tell Mr. Zimmer that his Hans have the midas touch.... If possible please let me know what you think of these two amateur compositions... they were made using the sounds available in Pro Tools 10.... pretty authentic if you ask me, but definitely not the real thing... If you have a second please criticize... keep in mind I can't read music and have never been trained... Lastly, I know this is a long shot... Does anyone know how to apply to be an apprentice of Zimmer. To be honest I'd be the guy who gets scones and tea, if it meant I could get even the tiniest bit of tutorage... Again, please remind Mr. Zimmer his talent and eagerness to explore the branches of music and sound has definitely caught my attention and changed my compositions for the better! Fingers crossed, Tschüss...

Crescit Musica--- www.youtu.be/ppPLy7VhXVk

The People's Dance---www.youtu.be/55U0IJsoc70



Same Dave2013-06-16 04:19:41
still hoping for feedback... :)


Edmund Meinerts2013-06-16 08:49:03
You're in the wrong place.


A Disconcerted Dave2013-06-17 06:49:11
How so? I was aiming to be critiqued by either followers or colleagues of Mr. Zimmer... I see others post similar threads... If you had time to read and reply, you had time to reference the links I posted... I would appreciate the criticism... if there is some misunderstanding on my end, please help clear it up... not trying to impose.


NM2013-06-17 08:13:46
I'll give an honest critique to a fellow musician. I listened, they're not bad, the second one is kind of nice, the first a bit boring. They sound earnest rather than being the terrible Zimmer clones most people on youtube shit out ("I have some drums and a french horn sample, I'm a composer!")

You mention you can't read music/don't have much musical knowledge and to be honest, it is pretty obvious from the structure of your compositions. I don't see why that should be "born in mind", as though a concession should be granted. You don't necessarily *need* theory, no, but the progressions, orchestration and arrangement are very simple and predictable and it doesn't really feel like the music develops. You have some decent basic ideas in there, but you don't explore them or add any depth to them. Anyone half-decent at writing music could've written both those pieces in about an hour without much effort.

Keep going with it though. Hope that's useful.


David Young2013-06-17 21:22:46
Thank you so much for the well thought out response. I am humbled and agree with you fully. If you have any suggestions on books or other material that I could turn to for referencing, it'd make my summer. I plan on developing this craft as much as possible... thanks again. If there's ever something I can do in return let me know.

JamesT reply Replies: 0 || 2013-06-17 19:48:04
Any information about a score release for The East?

Maryna reply Replies: 5 || 2013-05-04 17:20:52
Hi ,

I'm film music composer

please, check out my work here
https://vimeo.com/channels/518107

Thanks



Jim2013-06-04 21:43:52
You're 100 x the composer Zimmer is.


Nicolas, Webmaster2013-06-13 12:08:00
Calm down Jim, you're loosing credibility each time you make a comment ! But personally, i'm almost starting to hope you will continue spilling your gall about Hans Zimmer, it's becoming very funny to read such an horrible review of his scores, we really should create a "humor" section in our website !!! :D


Michael 2013-06-13 13:53:13
Hey Jim,
What's your problem? Why are you making such unqualified comments?
I think Jim's demo wasn't heard by Hans Zimmer.
Can it be Jim?
Greetings from Germany...


Richard2013-06-16 19:35:29
Yup, you guys need a humor section! xD


Richard2013-06-16 19:35:29
Yup, you guys need a humor section! xD

Anthony Gonzalez reply Replies: 3 || 2013-06-05 17:03:54
In the credits of the booklet for the Oblivion, it states that it was mixed here at Remote Control Productions. How come there's no page for it?


Anthony Gonzalez2013-06-05 17:04:57
Woops, I meant to say the Oblivion OST.


Hybrid Soldier2013-06-05 17:32:27
Simply because if I only put the dozens of scores simply mixed at RCP, I should add 2000 more composers & pages to the site.

Unlike Tron, the participation of RCP people to Oblivion is very limited, not to say inexisting...


Anthony Gonzalez2013-06-05 17:34:27
Oh ok then, I understand Hybrid Soldier. Thanks for answering. Is it possible to tell which people here worked / were involved? Thanks :)

Jim reply Replies: 17 || 2013-06-04 21:21:06
Have previewed MoS OST and it's garbage. Thanks Hans for screwing it up! Every piece sounds the same as the last, and the same as the last bunch of Zimmer crap scores. Ostinato strings repeated over and over and over and over again, long brass swells with overblown horn parts, pounding and heavily overused percussion - and nothing, and I mean NOTHING, interesting thematically. They really should have got somebody with some musicality like Giacchino to do this one. You, sir, are a hack.


Ds2013-06-04 21:31:07
Clearly you don't like Zimmer's style. Why are you here then?


Jim...again.2013-06-04 21:38:27
...and what the HELL is with the cue "This is Madness"??? Oh, it's madness, alright. The preview is a full minute of the same one-bar snare drum rhythm with a bass drum on the downbeat every second bar. Seriously? This is the kind of crap you come up with? Because if all there is to writing a film cue these days is a one-bar snare drum rhythm, well geez man, where do I sign up? I could pump out a couple hundred cues a day. Y'know, I really used to look forward to new movies as much for the score as the movie itself if not more so in many cases. You have ruined that for me for many recent films. Now I find myself knowing that as soon as I see "Music by Hans Zimmer" there will be nothing to enjoy as far as the score is concerned.


Jim2013-06-04 21:40:27
Where else would I vent my frustration? These comment pages are not solely for the purpose of stroking egos.


Macejko2013-06-04 21:45:33
Go to hell with Giacchino, that man has not composed anything interesting in his life.


Ds2013-06-04 21:50:33
Some people adore Giacchino because he's kind of the reincarnation of John Williams' old fashioned style. But i tend to agree with you Macejko.

Jim: your opinion is a little harsh, considering you've only heard 60 to 90 seconds of each track.


Jim2013-06-04 21:51:50
Lol, right Macejko...I mean, if you don't enjoy musical and well-developed thematic material, varied and balanced instrumentation, appropriate use of percussion (as opposed to the crutch Zimmer uses it as) and actual musicality, and instead can only deal with the same boring repeated ostinato garbage over and over again, I can see how you might prefer Zimmer over Giacchino.


Edmund Meinerts2013-06-04 21:59:19
lol, Macejko...Giacchino is easily one of the most talented composers of the last decade.


Jim2013-06-04 22:01:17
I've heard enough to know it's exactly the same kind of monotonous, trite, boring crap as he came up with for TDK. Again...ostinato strings, brass swells, pounding and overused percussion, no themes whatsoever and way too repetitive. Zimmer's music is background noise - more akin to sound effects than music. It's an aside. An afterthought. A backdrop. A shadow. A score should be so much more than this IMHO. His do nothing for me. They don't speak to me at all. Don't communicate anything. It's canned and boring, soulless and dry. If MoS is a great movie, it will be in spite of the soundtrack.


Macejko2013-06-04 22:06:49
Well, my guess is that he's not gonna change this style anytime soon, so you can leave this place in peace and listen to whatever "quality" music you listen to.


Jim2013-06-04 22:12:39
Sure...except I have to put up with his crap, don't I? Believe me, I wanted to love the MoS soundtrack. I heard Zimmer was doing it and I prayed it wasn't going to be more of the same junk of his like TDK. Boy, am I let down. Come on people...we need to demand better than this.


Hybrid Soldier2013-06-04 22:41:20
Get a life, dude... :)


Jim2013-06-04 22:57:54
Never understood that. Somebody discusses something, and suddenly that means they have no life. Hmmmm, yep, ok, makes sense to me.


Ds2013-06-04 23:52:16
Jim, i guess it's only a matter of taste. I love the samples and i usually love Zimmer's scores. I think they are powerful, majestic and highly emotional. His music really speaks to me.


Guitwo2013-06-05 01:19:29
Talking about TDK's soundtrack do you wanna refer to the Joker theme?

background noise? well that is, sometimes, quite enough to make a huge soundtrack. I don't consider Reznor's Social Network soundtrack as a great, outstanding. To me it was just background noise yet it seems that a lot of people actually loved it.

and to be honest, to say he hasn't write anything good or great for a movie for a long time you really haven't listen to one of his last complete recording sessions.


Frank2013-06-05 01:33:07
Guitwo, yes the Joker theme is disturbing and noisy, but that is exactly how a mad man(chaotic and anarchic) such as Joker should sound like. And speak of TR's Social Network, I admit it's not enjoyable but again it's the only type of music to fit the movie and I believe that's the reason they get an Oscar.


Guitwo2013-06-05 06:07:39
i didn't mean nothing but what you've just said pale. the point is that it's a matter of what music fits best the movie then it's a matter of taste for music.






Mike2013-06-05 07:43:35
Say what you want in defense of Zimmer, but I do like Michael Giacchino--not because he sounds like Williams, but simply because he's a good composer.

boisard reply Replies: 0 || 2013-05-22 21:32:58
hi, sorry if I disturb you... one (two) more composers who just want to share our work with a great team of music makers, and maybe get a feedback from one of you? if you are curious you can visit our website:
find "reberboisard" on google (can't let you a link)
thanks for your interest, kind regards
Armand Boisard &Jean-luc Reber

Sunyoung reply Replies: 0 || 2013-05-08 04:59:20
Hello,

I am video game composer. hope you have a chance to enjoy my compositions!

www.composerchoi.com

Thank you!

jubas reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-22 23:06:34
Herr Zimmer,

You're probably a frogging jew.
But I love everything you do.
Especially the Thin Red Line soundtrack.
Don't ever stop.

Sincerely h

Marco reply Replies: 0 || 2013-03-18 14:03:56
Hi, I've heard a lot of compositions of Hans Zimmer. My favourite one is New York City Surprise. I'd like to learn to play it on the guitar, how could i have the tab?

Ferdi reply Replies: 2 || 2013-03-17 11:56:06
The radio-stream
manager.woostream.com:8520
will not go, Conection error !!!

Or do it not send on saturday and sunday?


Ferdi2013-03-17 12:03:17

The following radiostream also fail:
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Ferdi2013-03-17 20:20:52
The following radiostream also fail:
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BPBB reply Replies: 0 || 2013-03-06 12:04:09
WATER IS DAUGHTER OF ICE UR NICE
EVRY THING IS ONE DAY NEW I WANT U TO BE EVERY DAY NEW
100 UN RELEASED SONG WAITING FOR UE MUSIC SIR
I LIKE TO WORK WITH U

INDIA reply Replies: 0 || 2013-03-06 12:01:28
BLACK MOON ON A WHITE SKY IS UR EYE JUST SAY HI
FLY THE WORLD

Joshua reply Replies: 0 || 2013-02-25 09:21:26
Hello,

Who do I contact if I am interested in working for the Hans Zimmer Remote Control Production team? I am a soon to be Audio Production Graduate and I will be moving to LA. One of my professors said I would do well here and try to find a way in.

Thanks for your time,
Joshua

Karolina reply Replies: 3 || 2013-02-09 12:00:01
Hello, is there somebody who can help me? Where can I find an answer to my question? Is there an e-mail contact-adress of remote control productions where I can send to my question?

It`s the following problem:

Dear Mr. Zimmer,

My name is Karolina Krügler. I have been studying art education on the Technical University of Dresden in Germany. Finally I will be an art-teacher in school. For my master degree I have to create an artwork of my choice. I decided to shoot a short film (about 5 minutes) about the city of Dresden. Therefore, I would like to use Hans Zimmer’s song “Time” of the film “Inception”. I bought the music-cd of the film. I think I need the legal agreement of Hans Zimmer for using his composition. In Germany it is called the “Herstellungsrecht/ Synchronisationsrecht”. My artwork (film+music) will be shown for 5 days in a gallery (Festspielhaus Hellerau) together with other artworks of eleven classmates. My artwork won’t be shown for commercial purpose (non-commercial)! It is an exhibition with free entrance for the visitors, and only with the intention to show my Master thesis (the artwork) mainly to the members of the university. After the exhibition the artwork will be used only private.
I loaded my artwork up on Youtube, but on a locked up site, so nobody can see the Youtube-video without having the password (I had to minimize the quality of the film for uploading).

I would be very glad, if Hans Zimmer could possibly watch my video work and it would be wonderful, if he would permit me using his song for my artwork!



Hopeful and with best regards,

Karolina Krügler


Dawn2013-02-09 14:19:31
I think that asking Hans Zimmer doesn't make any difference.
HZ is not the owner of the rights of his music, but the studio does (Warner Bros. in this case).
I think you need to contact the german company that is in charge of music rights licensing : www.gema.de

As your exhibition has free entrance that's possible you won't have to pay anything, but contact Gema and make sure of this first.


x.y.z2013-02-09 14:32:35
yup, gema should be your address


Anonymous2013-02-18 02:06:12
Thank you!!! I stay in contact with gema. :)

Ds reply Replies: 0 || 2013-02-15 16:17:14
The Bible soundtrack album released on March 5!! Less than 3 weeks to go :)

Stéphane Panchaud reply Replies: 0 || 2013-02-13 15:09:06
Thank you for all your attention, I know that my application was not so lucky, I shook very happy to work for you, I am a freelance composer, I live in Switzerland to Lausanne, I've got music in my films active, and much much makeup, my passion and music, since I made &#8203;&#8203;my very young ages, and for me music like a journey into a land that I find and reserve surprise me at every step.

I send you all my best regards music.

Bien &#224; vous

Stéphane Panchaud / Mr. Qwertz

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