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In the past

This was a backing track for a song I was doing for an album so many years ago. It never got included on the album, so I thought I would touch it up and give it to you beautiful…
A slow, morose dirge lamenting the times past. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/past/

Winter Ride

Originally, we had this as a winter song. It was the chords for a popular, copyrighted Christmas song that we all know and love. I pulled this from the site, even though we didn't…
In our part of the world we are on the last leg of winter, and then it's SPRING!!!! http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/winter-ride/

Night at the Dance Hall

This piece started out as a joke! We came up with this melody and chord progression that we joked around about. For us, it was very catchy, bordering on slightly annoying. Help…
A bouncy tune that sounds right out of the roaring 20s. Maybe it should be called The Roaring 10s! http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/night-dance-hall/

Video Game Soldiers

The feel of this piece really evokes a military feel. I envision thousands of troops marching in line to battle. But all the while, we have this delicate, even sorrowful, violin…
Attention! A new track with marching beat and an plaintive violin solo. Great for RPGs. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/video-game-soldiers/

Hat the Jazz

When working on a commission, we had this as an outtake. We came up with a whole song with a B-section, but we started to just like it almost like a sting. It's possible to make…
A upbeat, fun jazz sting that would work great as an intro. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/hat-jazz/

A Hero's Theme

Here is a piece that we worked on a few weeks ago that we think has a real noble quality to it. We were commissioned to make a theme for a web show and this ended up on the…
A horn-driven theme suitable for a modern film soundtrack. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/heros-theme/

Looked Back, Saw Nothing

Often times when Matt and I work on music for Twin Musicom, we get different ideas of what should happen with a piece of music. What we thought we would do this week is show you…
A double feature of a hazy electronic piece. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/looked-back-saw-nothing/

Seven Lives to Live

At first, Matt sent me this demo that had this ostinato melody that looped over and over again. It started feeling like a Phillip Glass piece to so I started varying the phrases…
Enjoy our fun new Phillip Glass/Steve Reich mashup that's in 7/4 time. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/seven-lives-live/

Journey in a New World

This is a simple piece that we think would be great for a contemplative film or an adventure video game. We started with a simple repeating pattern on a nylon guitar and then…
A calm, pastoral piece that feels like an adventure with piccolo and nylon guitar. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/journey-new-world/

Bounce Ball

This song came from a long jam session that gave birth to a number of tunes. We started working on this tune with just piano, which we were actually happy with. But then, in an…
A bouncy tune featuring a spherical guitar http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/bounce-ball/

Halloween Pack 2015

Here is our Halloween pack. We worked very hard on it, and we hope that you like it. First we have Haunting Dreams, which we imagine could be in a Freddy or Jason movie because it…
A small collection of spooky tunes just in time for the holidays. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/halloween-pack-2015/

Tom Perry

We started working on Tom Perry a long time ago. I think it's the happiest tune I have ever written. It's full of thick, triangle synths and ARP strings. Add a laid-back groove…
A happy electro-tune that will have you humming for days. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/tom-perry/

Elvish Presto

Distracted and unfocused on something he was actually supposed to be working on, Matt created the bouncy beat for this tune. He said the trumpets had to stay! Kenyon jazzified it…
A relaxed jazzy tune with a great bouncy beat. Can make a great theme song for a podcast or a web series. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/elvish-presto/

Italian Morning

This song has been in the works for a long time. We finally got around to recording it. It all started with a simple piano melody and bass line, but as the production went on, we…
Our follow-up to our song Italian Afternoon. Stay tuned for Italian Evening. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/italian-morning/

Love of All

Another solo piano piece for you here. I was fiddling with an idea that I heard in the movie Amadeus and then I started to add some Debussy flavors. I really liked the piece and I…
A little piano piece that I was inspired to write after watching Amadeus. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/love-all/

Arabian Bazaar

We pulled out the hurdy gurdy and created a sound that comes straight out of Northern Africa. You could use this to set the mood in your video game or create the background for…
We bring the exotic sounds alive with our latest film soundtrack/video game production. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/arabian-bazaar/

Iron is Laughter

We started working on this tune months ago under the name "Talky-Beat." We shelved it for a bit but found new life in it when we gave a signature verbal breakdown to a Speak &…
A new electronic beat featuring a singing Speak & Spell! http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/iron-laughter/

'Tis the Season

We made a number of Christmas songs for this time of year, some original and some traditional. The first one, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, we did with all the random instruments…
We produced a few Christmas songs for this time of the year. Grab some of our songs for Christmas cheer! http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/tis-season/

Musical Stabs

A stab is a short musical idea, usually no longer than a few seconds, that can be used to highlight something. A lot of what we do at TM is make songs that people can use for…
Here are some very short musical ideas that can be used for highlights rather than a whole song. http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/musical-stabs/

Guitar/Western Set

We decided to lay down a few tracks with guitar. The first one started small, but became a Western epic that we are proud of, Spanish trumpets and all. The second is a tasteful…
We put some guitar tracks down and it turned into a rootin' tootin' Western! Yee-haw! http://www.twinmusicom.org/news/guitarwestern-set/

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