A breif update and some news

2007-12-16 02:25:02 by DavidOrr

Hey there everyone! If you haven't noticed, I've been submitting a lot less work to Newgrounds lately. No, I am not quitting music, or burning out. If anything, i'm involved in music now than ever before! I have been working on a lot of collaborative game and movie projects over the past few months, but I've decided to post some of the music on my website. The music wont appear on Newground (likely ever) because of copyright issues, but you can find some of the music on my website, www.DavidOrr.net.

I've been working on some of the music for an upcoming role-playing produced by Krin, and a few of the battle tracks can be found on my website. If you're interested in the music I write, I strongly suggest you check it out, and would love to get some feedback!

Keep an eye out for the game, it'll be coming out shortly!

Until next time,


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2007-12-16 21:24:08

Thats really interesting man, may i ask what certain programs you use to make such wonderful classical music? I've been listening to some of your works, their really professional. Though i've been searching, nothing free in this small world of ours. So anyway hooked me up.

DavidOrr responds:

Well, I've found very few GOOD free products, but plenty of bad ones. The program I use to sequence my orchestral music is Cubase SX3, and my orchestral samples are the East West Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Gold, and EWQL Symphonic Choirs. They're having a HUGE sale right now, so if you're interested in picking up a copy, I'd suggest going over and getting them now! My electronic music is made with Reason 3.0.

Thanks for dropping by!


2007-12-26 07:58:29

Any favorite movie composers bro? I have a shit ton

To name a few

Horner, Zimmer, Shore, Tyler, Vangelis, Morricone, Goldsmith, Jablonsky.

DavidOrr responds:

Zimmer, Jablonsky, Davis, and Goldsmith and are at the top on my personal list.