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 Posted: Tue Oct 25th, 2016 04:57 am
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andrewlum
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Hello!

I am writing a comedy musical about working in the video game industry called Game Development. I do have experience in writing music but I am looking for a composer/arranger partner to help take this musical to the next level.

For some reference here is the opening number which I hired a composer to help me with arrangement and clean up on music/lyrics.

Games are Serious Work
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ownypk53xqomqc8/01_Games_Are_Serious_Work.mp3?dl=0

Here is a song I wrote on my own.

Crunch Time
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6fyqtrhiognyfgk/04_Crunch_Time.mp3?dl=0

As you can hear working with a professional composer makes all the difference. The Act 1 songs are all written but many of them are at the quality of Crunch Time. Act 2 songs need more work and would benefit from a composer/arranger. First pass is script is done but obviously always a work in progress.

If you are interested in working with me please email me at
andrewlum81@gmail.com

I am willing to pay for services but ultimately would prefer a partnership if possible. Thanks!

Andrew

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 Posted: Tue Oct 25th, 2016 03:01 pm
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Very interesting. I know nothing about anything that could help you. Except I liked "crunch time" far better 'cause "games are serious work" sounds to this tin ear generic. As a native New Yorker, brought up in musical theatre beginning in the 1950s while still in grade school (too young for those serious dreary dramas) I fell in love with American musical theatre; not the crap the Brit dwarf brought over and nearly ruined American musical theatre. Anyway, I think my little tin hear can hear what's generic and I think, Andrew, what I heard is. The book sounds new and intriguing. I should want my music to sound the same. But, hey! That's just me and as I said I know bupkis about the genre—only what I like. Best of all good fortune with your project. ~Edd

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 Posted: Tue Mar 14th, 2017 06:20 pm
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http://www.webbermusic.com
I'm a retired composer, have taught at several universities/colleges in the US and the UK, and am looking for online work. I'd be happy to speak with you if you still need help writing.

john webber DMA MA FTCL LTCL

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