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[LFP] Audistory, LLC - MFA-Certified Multimedia Composer/Audio Designer

A topic by Audistory created Nov 30, 2017 Views: 255 Replies: 6
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Hello!

My name is Campbell Flood, and I’m a musician with an academic background in multimedia composition. I have a Master of Fine Arts degree in film music composition from UNCSA, where I had the privilege to study under industry leading composers such as Rod Abernathy (composer for Dead Space, Rage) and Chris Heckman (source composer for Red Dead Redemption). I am a freelance composer for my company, Audistory, LLC.  I am based in Raleigh, NC, a bustling city for game developers.

I am looking for some exciting games to work on! I am interested in writing game music, but can offer a number of services including sound design, audio implementation, audio mastering, music engraving, and orchestration. Here is a small selection of highlights that feature a variety of my works for various mediums (video games, film, arrangements and orchestrations, slot machines, and VR experiences).

Audistory Demo Showcase (2017)

I make it my mission to be able to write in any genre or style, for any type of multimedia experience. If you’re interested in hearing more feel free to check out the portfolio section of my website!

If interested in my talents for hire, please contact me at campbellflood@audistorymusic.com and we can discuss the project from there.  I pride myself in handling any project with professionalism, enthusiasm, and camaraderie, so if you're looking for quality yet affordable audio, look no further. Rates are negotiable based on the audio budget of the project. I hope to hear from you!

I also have a growing Youtube channel, where I focus on rearranging and orchestrating various popular video game tunes! I try my best to upload monthly now for that. Feel free to check it out here! https://www.youtube.com/c/AudistoryMusic

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Unseen Main Menu Theme

Here is the main menu theme I scored for a VR game called Unseen! It is a puzzle game that deals with escaping from a warehouse in South America, and touches upon the complex issues of human sex trafficking.  

I am looking for more work, so please feel free to reach out if interested in my services for hire!

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Been working on a lot of projects lately! Currently in the process of mixing some music I wrote for an animated series called Zott the Warrior, making sound design and music for a cricket game called Crickstar, and arranging various pieces on my YouTube account.  The video above is such a piece.  I am a huge fan of JRPG music in general, but Fire Emblem takes the cake for me.  This track is an East Asian-inspired orchestral arrange of a track from Fire Emblem Fates, Justice RIP.  

I am currently looking for another project to tackle as the two I'm working on will be done soon.  Please get in touch if you're interested in my services!

I recently got commissioned to re-orchestrated some selections from the SNES JRPG Breath of Fire II.  With about 2 weeks to write 13 pieces, I was basically converting, arranging, and mixing one piece a day, which turned out to be quite the experience!  Definitely difficult, but very rewarding too.  I had a lot of fun with this, as re-arranging video game music is one of my favorite things to do.  The animation was done by Small-Butera, and the first half of tracks were done by composer Troupe Gammage.  All in all a fun project with a really cool result, especially due to Breath of Fire's lack of representation as a game with orchestral arrangements.

While I do have some projects going on, I am always looking for more work!  Please be in touch if you might be interested in my talents for hire!

Currently working on two games in development, TimeWar and Felicity Toad, but still have the availability to take on another project! Please be in touch if you might be interested in my services for hire!

Looking for some orchestral music blended in with some cultural exoticism? Well I have you covered, with the ability to write music influenced by any culture.  Here is a piece I did that combines big orchestral with Celtic music, arranged from Fire Emblem.