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  1. This is a small collection that I am hoping to make larger so that I might get involved with Skyrim mod projects. What do you all think of the music? Does it fit the Elder Scrolls universe? I really would love feedback :). Thank you for listening!
  2. A couple of piece I arranged for piano and voice (lyrics written by Ashley Lynn Watts). This is my first time arranging for piano and voice in this manner. I am curious to what all of you think?
  3. This is a track I just composed using my new midi controller. I love the music of the Elder Scrolls and I decided to compose a piece that was inspired from that. The Sunset Mountains is a mountain range in the Dungeons and Dragons setting of the Forgotten Realms. For this I decided to create warm sounds using french horn and deep strings. I used the children's choir samples to evoke the colder aspect of the mountains and the oboe for an exploratory sound. I hope you all enjoy and I look forward to the feedback!