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James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Volkan Topsakal

classical     214 listeners


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Hello everyone..

I uploaded 4 more pieces from the soundtrack. I hope you enjoy them. A few more will come.

I'm currently working on a new project. It was a long term concept-album project between me and a lovely friend (and he happens to be the director of "On the Count of Zero"). I guess most of you are familiar with the concept but for who may not know, it's a bit like a soundtrack without the motion picture. Our story is about a fantasy orient kingdom, and the working title is "The Other World". I'm working on some themes while my friend improves the story (and then he will also be coordinating the visual phase of the project (illustrations..etc.). I wish to post some early experiments but since we have no deadline I don't know when. It will be great to hear your impressions when the time comes.

See you next time in "The Other World"..
posted 8 years ago

My professional music career started ~10 years ago. I (as producer, composer, arranger, mixer, recording engineer) produced/worked on various mid-profile albums, remixes, jingles. With my last work (Sifir Dedigimde - On the Count of Zero), my long-dreamed film music career has also started.

Most of my music is computer generated (except some pop albums). I like/prefer working with virtual instruments. "On the Count of Zero" soundtrack is also made completely in-box (including mix/mastering). I hope you enjoy my music.

Best regards..
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WhiteAsh (level 25) wrote:
totally agree with Blinkin... t61 de bi turk sanatciya rastlamak muthis!!! yaptiklari da muthis olunca keyiften dort kose olmamak imkansiz=D
you deserve soooo much more hearts and i think i'll spend all mine here=) hope you hit home page!!

7 years ago
peterkienle (level 10) wrote:
I keep coming back to your music again and again. Thank you!
7 years ago
blinkin (level 13) wrote:
I am very proud of you as a Turkish person in this site. It felt so good to have a Turkish musician with a successful profile here. Keep on :)

(Tebrikler :)
7 years ago
muzikman (level 35) wrote:
great stuff
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
You can get put under "Free MP3s from similar artists".
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
Here's some links to example of how you can be 'advertised' on iLike and Facebook:
Here's an example page on iLike Here's iLike on Facebook
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
If you look on the Ennio Morricone, Hans Zimmer and Vangelis pages for example (my track Leanne's on others too) you can see what I mean. And Leanne, although its quite a nice tune isn't amazing quality in my opinion. Hamilton Cleverdon, another Garageband artist had better success on it and got more fans and consequently I think got quite a lot of work out of it.
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
If you get Track of the Week on Garageband, give this track away for free and tag your tune with the right tags i.e. composers that sound like you iLike puts your tune on the fan pages of those composers on Facebook, Bebo and many others as a free download thus exposing your music to thousands of listeners of that genre. This could lead to more work etc. So I recommend putting your track up for review on Garageband.
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
I'm sure with the quality of your music that if you reached the right listenership you should be able to get a few extra pennies from your work. Plus you'll gift the world with your quality music! I've even got £2.90 up to now on Last FM (haha! I'm actually really chuffed cos not really interested in the money). What you need to do is tag all your songs with genre names and mood types. Also, get on Garageband.com with your best tunes (in Ambient first + Classical as the bigger genre)
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
Just listening to your album on Last FM. Amazing stuff. This deserves more exposure definately. If you want to expand your listenership on the internet I have a few tips if you'd like to know. You may know already but not be bothered seeing your success with the film etc but if you do just let me know.
8 years ago
alchemorphears (level 21) wrote:
This is all excellent stuff that should have more points - if only you'd got that advice earlier!! I was lucky and someone gave me the advice straight away and it's paid off for me. This stuff is of better quality than mine I feel but I've held back on the uploads
8 years ago
Entropy (level 24) wrote:
I am looking very forward to " The Other World". This music is emotionful and dramatic. It gives visuals when I close my eyes. A great experience. Thank you.
8 years ago
sixsecrets (level 42) wrote:
Just dropped by to ask when you plan on uploading some more beautiful music.
Tux sends Purr.
8 years ago
mathmanmrt (level 42) wrote:
although i host the best of both worlds bump with circerhode, i'm not part of second life. cheers!
8 years ago
mathmanmrt (level 42) wrote:
many things off-topic there may be, but somethings touch more sensitive spots than others.
8 years ago
mathmanmrt (level 42) wrote:
one of the default settings for listener accounts is that only people you have subscribed to and artists you've added can post to your walls or send you tuneboxes. there was a lot of criticism about that setting in the forums because many people felt that the default should have been for open communications. many new listeners don't even know the setting exists.

as for your forum posting, the founders may have taken it down because it wasn't actually reporting a bug.
8 years ago
mathmanmrt (level 42) wrote:
i saw your comments in the forum. one thing to keep in mind is that many people do not have the stranger block turned on. they, like myself, have found the ability to delete comments and block users on an individual basis quite sufficient to deal with any wall spam.
8 years ago
BibiBallinger01 (level 27) wrote:
So happy you joined us in Second Life! We love your music and will find a way to show our world!
8 years ago
BibiBallinger01 (level 27) wrote:
Amazing! Mind travel music!
Friend of Second Life, Martin Blaslick, is someone for you to check out. He is music producer movies and TV. He is Elvis Duffy here and S.L.
8 years ago
soundsgood (level 43) wrote:
Thank you for the beautiful music. Sounds good! :)
8 years ago