I would like to share a new song with you, a song that was inspired by a Persian stringed instrument called the Kamancheh. Originally the Kamancheh was plucked but now it is the norm to bow it and it’s amazing how similar it is to my MILO-tin (with all due respect). The neck of the instrument […]
A very warm welcome back everyone! The Cycle of Inspiration is a process of art inspiring music and in turn, the music that has been inspired by the art, inspires the artists again. I have felt this very process to be present in our Red Panda Game from its inception and knew it was real […]
Sow The Fields is my latest composition for our Indie Game about a Red Panda and in this blog I will show you the process used to ‘make it so’. Inspiration This whole track came about from the picking pattern I have described in my previous blog, as well the fact that I wanted to pair the MILO […]
Do you ever get those times when you feel like you’ve had a breakthrough with composing? You know, when it feels as if inspiration can be turned on like a tap? Well in terms of The Red Panda Game that is exactly how I feel, and thanks to the wild combination of MILO Tin and Banjo-Mandolin, […]
If you have been following the progression of our Red Panda project then you would have no doubt heard some of the music I have composed for it. Whilst I love all the compositions so far, some are more suited than others and though they are great pieces of music by themselves, they may not be […]
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Good news everyone! The milo Tinstrument has gone through an exciting change over the weekend…the addition of two more strings! The middle strings are now double course, and tuned in octaves with the original strings (like a 12 string guitar). As you can see from the photos, I had to place the tuning pegs on […]
Hello crew! As promised here is some new music made with my MILO Tinsrument and K9U. Needles to say that the Nordic folk band Wardruna are one of my main inspirations for the track, as well as the Cello melody from the introduction to Game of Thrones. The Tinstrument was recorded at home with an AKG […]