This music was made for an update on the video game pie collect. http://marke...
Beat with piano, guitar, and some craziness in the middle.
Interesting hip-hop beat with some guitar and synth.
After I woke up one morning. I sat down at the piano and wrote this. Its a ra...
Christi O’Donnell composed her first song on the piano when she was 7. As she grew up she became interested in jazz music. In her teens, she fell in love with hip-hop and pop and listened to the radio in her room whenever she could. She began writing pop songs when she was 14 and started producing music as soon as she received a midi-sequencing keyboard for Christmas a year later. By the time she was 17, she had written and produced a song that her father recorded for her. To his surprise, she already knew what “effects” she wanted to use on the vocals. Christi worked in a little home studio she had built, for a few years and eventually went to school to learn audio engineering. She finished a year of school and started working right away. In January 2009, she started production on the album Fact for the Seattle hip-hop group Fictitious. Later in 2009, she composed the score to Perfect 10, began working with an academy award winning company, Superfad, and composed the score to two short films for First Sight Productions. In 2010, Christi began composing the music to the video game Elysia for the XBOX and composed the music to the worldwide Sony with Google TV advertisement.
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Digi 003 with 8 inputs, two Tannoy monitors, 27" imac, Roland F-90 keyboard/midi controller, 5 condenser microphones, MacBook Pro, various percussion instruments. I use Sennheiser headphones for clients and Beyer Dynamic DT 770 PRO for myself.
I mainly use Pro Tools LE 8 with Reason and Komplete 6, but I also have Logic 8. I have also purchased some software plug-ins.