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Irion Da Ronin is a spanish EDM - Ambient - Electronic and Soundtrack music producer, demo writer, graphic and sound designer and gamer since decades.
His musical knowledge is totally autodidactic.
His influences range from electronic masters like Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, Enya, Enigma and Mike Oldfield, to dream and trance music like Children by Robert Miles or Chicane, to aggressive and rave styles like The Prodigy or electronic music from BT.
And of course a huge range of videogame songs and chiptune melodies when he was younger.
Life, the power of nature, sadness, nostalgia, hope, machines, cybernetics, dreams, universe, the beauty are a few of themes that Irion likes to express through his music.
Irion has earned some first, second and third prizes for his music studio from competing in important online contests.
He has been working with sound designers and synthesizer developers making demo tracks for them. Among them are Aiyn Zahev, Xenos Soundworks, Tone2Audio, Ugo Audio, KV331, Art-Ak, U-He, CableGuys, Supersynths, Perimeter Sound Arts, HiEnergy and a few others...
He loves exploring all kinds of genres so hopefully you'll find something you like.
He is always open to use his music in any video game in development and musical projects.
I've been writing music for about 14 years and use Logic x and soundforge on a daily basis.
Not to blast to much but after writing for 2 weeks I just finished these music packs.
Nice group pics at the top =)
We're looking for composers for our game: Indiedb.com
I like the Pimpernel music, Jackfist! Could you upload some example level music, or maybe exploration music for a Skyrim-like game. Thumbs up!
Finally, an opportunity to be the first to comment!
My main composing medium is Finale, then I sometimes touch it up with CoolEdit Pro. Yes, CoolEdit Pro is what is now known as Adobe Audition, and was purchased by them in 2003. I've never tried Audition, but CoolEdit is more 'hands-on' software and I like that.
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