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    Freelance Music Composer
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    Koji Kondo, Aivi Tran, Nubou Uematsu, Jun Ishikawa
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    Starry Night, CLaude Monet

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  1. Hello everyone! I'm a freelance composer as well as a musician (I play the flute, but I'm about two years out of practice... I'm picking it up again and am veeeeery rusty) I like to compose for games and businesses, and I've had a couple clients in the indie game industry! Some of my favorite composers are Koji Kondo (Sper Mario series, Legend of Zelda series) and Jun Ishikawa (Kirby series and more) and they've had a huge impact in my life. Since I was a little boy, Ive been able to "hear" music in my head while dreaming or daydreaming of my fantastical lands and things. The best part about being a creative person is that you truly never outgrow your imagination. If you nurture it, it grows with you. Here is my soundcloud page and I'll post a couple examples. Composed for a friend for her birthday, looping and to be inserted into a game project perhaps... The main theme for an indie RPG project that was recently put on hold.. My favorite piece, something for a project I'm working on, a video game. One more piece. This is a relaxing and soothing track to an ambiant, ASMR-type game I'm working on. This is just a small example of what I can do. Every track I compose I consider a gift from God. (Is it too much to say that I'm open for commissions?) This is my music. Please enjoy!
  2. Hello everyone. I' a 20-something christian man who is an aspiring voice actor. Now, I know that's no theatre actor, but after searching for a long time this was the only instance of "Christian" "Actor" and "Swearing" I could find. And if you think about it, our stage is the mic, so we share some similarities...right? ? I'm striving to become a pro voice actor/voiceover artist and I know that some roles might have swearing in them. Of course, as actors we have the option to avoid auditioning for roles we KNOW will have profanity in them (Which, I'm sure some do. And that's totally fine, right?) I also know that as an actor, we have to perform our parts to the best of our abilities and to stay true to characters. But what if we were NOT aware of swearing in parts before we got the part? I was recently cast to do an audiobook after having sent an audition. There was no swearing in the audition itself, so imagine my surprise when there was a curse word in the book. However, it's only one instance of "s**t" ... I'll be honest, I freaked out a little. I started to question myself but reassured me that it was characters (in a book, no less) speaking and not myself. I had tried to seek council with our pastor but he'd been just too busy to accept appointments to talk with him (Life happens, so it's completely understandable) recently.
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