About Me

I am a music composer and general audio person. I won a songwriting competition in the 3rd grade with a song programmed on my dad's Yamaha keyboard. It was called "Melting Machine."

I went on to write songs about things that were important to 4th and 5th grade me, such as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. I later wrote the instrumental parts for a rap album which contained melodic material borrowed from Super Mario 64. Like many others, I wrote a concept album with my friends about a space princess (who was also a sword?). And I wrote a first-person introspective piece about Chip's Challenge.

I graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Technology. Since that time, I've had the absolute pleasure of making music and sound effects for several game projects: an 8bit football game (Gridiron Heroes), a side-scrolling cartoon platformer about a LARP-er lost in time (Bard to the Future), the adventures of a submarine in space (Solstice Submarine), a first-person kitty destruction simulator (Catlateral Damage), and a megaman rogue-like (20XX). I have several other projects in development, and I'm always looking for more!

 

 

 

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Brandon Ellis
brandon@cityfires.com

 

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