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Somehow or another you have stumbled across the website of composer Hunter Van Brocklin. Here you will find his music freely available to listen to and download. Want to know more? Check out the about page. Otherwise, head to the music section—and enjoy your stay!
September 18, 2019
The VGMusic.com Sample Pack Contest VIII album is finally out! Participants made music exclusively using a "pack" of submitted samples, to some truly astounding results. I have a track on this album - track 30 - but you should absolutely 100% check out the whole album on Bandcamp because it is filled with so, so many incredible composers who took so many approaches to this format.
Download it here or feel free to also listen on SoundCloud if you prefer it to Bandcamp.
You can also listen to a considerably more lighthearted (i.e. extremely stupid) text-to-speech cover I made of BIGBANG's "How Gee" on SoundCloud too, if you feel so inclined!
September 1, 2019
It's album release time! I have two new original solo albums to share: one is the retro-inspired JRPG soundtrack pastiche I set out to make, and it's called The Adventurer's Logbook. It's a full two discs' worth of material! The second album sprung forth from the same well of retro-inspired ideas but came about from wanting to explore writing longer tracks in a similar but more electronically-focused style; it's called Magical Realism. Both are released under my full name, not a pseudonym.
You can read all about The Adventurer's Logbook here or go ahead and find it on Bandcamp here! It is structured around 12 fantasy-themed areas to explore. What will you discover in this seasoned adventurer's journal?
Likewise, you can check my page about Magical Realism right here or visit the Bandcamp page for it right here.
These albums are the result of nine months of intense (but fun) work, and I'm beyond ecstatic to finally be able to share it all with you! It amounts to nearly three and a half hours of music! Please enjoy it.
And, incidentally, if you are a game developer or know one who's looking for a composer, please do let me know. If you have any comments and don't already have a way to contact me, feel free to send an email as well.
November 27, 2018
Multiple items of news today!
The second Stereolith album is much closer to being done, so you can expect it coming on the horizon. Kevin is doing some soundtrack work at the moment! But holy crap is it some good stuff - excited as ever for you all to hear it.
And now, the good news: I've started working on my solo album in earnest, and I'm sharing the work as I go along! It is a "Model Game Soundtrack" built largely upon retro video game sounds, and it's intended to soundtrack a game that happens to not exist (but might eventually!). The tracks are being shared on my fancy new SoundCloud page and will continue to be there exclusively for the time being (will make a section here eventually). There is a convenient little web player right here if you'd rather not stray away from the site:
Sorry, the web player's been removed because it's no longer relevant. You can still visit my SoundCloud via the link above though!
February 12, 2018
Another Stereolith-related announcement! Kevin and I are sharing two tracks from our forthcoming video game arrangement album, A Night at the Basement TV! You can find them on Bandcamp!
Each of these two tracks are fully solo endeavors - Kevin made a guitar-infused, blusey Bastion remix, while I built a jazz Animal Crossing: New Leaf medley with no less than ten themes! They exemplify well the style we've eked out for this album. Please enjoy!
January 2, 2018
"Now in Stereovision", the first Stereolith album, turns two years old today! You can check out all its gamey, electronic, jazzy goodness on Bandcamp or around the web on Spotify/iTunes/Amazon!
We are hard at work on a new, even jazzier album of video game medleys, tentatively titled "A Night at the Basement TV". I will be releasing a solo track from this forthcoming new hotness quite soon, so stay tuned!
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