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NEW 50% OFF #ROYALTYFREE Film Music (SCIFI, HORROR, DRAMA, ACTION, DOCUMENTARY, APPS/GAMES)

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Hello fellow INDIE Filmmakers!  
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This is $12.50 for ROYALTY FREE use for ANY commercial or non-commercial purposes. 
ROYALTY FREE EDITION: Cinematic Music for Film, TV, Apps, Video Games, and Youtube (BANDCAMP ONLY) by Sabrina Pena Young

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What's so Special About "The Landing" Science Fiction #Cyborg Robot Music?

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Futuristic electronica and cyborg music.

After years as a composer, I have finally accepted that I will forever write music that has a significant "sci-fi" vibe around it. Radio Free Midwich writer Chrissie Caulfield, when writing a music review for A Futurist Music Anthology 2004-2014 described my other electroacoustic works as "What it’s really about is the rise of machine intelligence, of course; which is equally scary, possibly," or "too strange even for my twisted brain to work out."  You can read Caulfield's full music review here, if you dare: Dreams of the Future


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What is So Fascinating About "Innermost Thoughts of the Distorted Psyche'" Experimental #Animation?

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Screened at the IAWM International Congress, Zemo Video Library, SEAMUS, and other venues throughout the US. First created by composer Sabrina Pena Young at the Deep Listening Gallery in Kingston, New York, for the Women and Identity Festival. 

The entire animation for this work was created in an older version of Final Cut, using a single image of the composer distorted slowly over time using filters in Final Cut to create flowing animation that many have described as a "moving painting". 

First created around 2004, this piece has remained to be one of Pena Young's electroacoustic masterworks and a unique example of the marriage of electronica and the visual medium. 

Young is the foremost expert on virtual opera production and online collaboration with the debut of her machinima opera Libertaria: The Virtual Opera. Libertaria includes a live international cast and film crew, virtual choirs, sound synthesis, machinima animation, and contemporary choral writing, produced ent…

The Idiot's Guide To Keeping Your Band Together: 3 MUST READ Music Tips

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All musicians have experienced it. A group of talented friends get together to for a band. After several months of hard work, some awesome music gigs, maybe even the chance of cutting a music album, something goes wrong. Maybe the lead singer or guitarist has decided to go solo or insists on taking over the band. Maybe the drummer has shown up one too many times more than slightly incapacitated or maybe your sound tech has decided to go in a different direction (mainly running away with the lead singer).

How can you make sure that your band does not end up breaking up? Here are are THREE helpful tips to help your band stick together through thick and thin. 1. Establish a common music goalIf three members of your band want to tour worldwide with your amazing rock band "The Exploding Pickles" but your bassist is thinking about settling down in the area and has a wedding in the works, there may be a huge conflict when your band begins to think about touring Japan for a year. In …