Joshua D. Peterson

COMPOSER ::: PRODUCER

Music for Licensing

Hello.  I think I’ve gotten my Soundcloud page organized finally.  I have been writing custom tracks for the past 7 years and realized I had accumulated a good amount, so I’m officially making them available for licensing.  I have just over 100 tracks available in just about every genre imaginable.  Feel free to peruse and email any questions to joshua@joshuadpeterson.com.  

I’ve also included some original soundtracks to several short films I’ve worked on over the past few years and some other random works and demos.  

I’m working on a film the next couple months and hope to have some new material to show you by then.  Also, some fantastic collaborations that will be fruitful by the end of this year. 

Music for Licensing on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/joshuapeterson

Soundcloud

My Soundcloud page will be a mess for the next few weeks as I clean, re-organize, and upload new material, new mixes, etc.

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This is my digital, internet bookmark.  I’m going underground for a while.  I have so many wonderful projects the rest of this year and I will be back to show them to you as I finish.  TTFN. 

Great project I worked on with director Nathan Presley

What makes your heart beat?

Here is a collection of work from this past month.  Some are variations on a theme.  I’ve had a huge variety of genres, which seems to happen when you span Advertising and Film. (Some of these are sketches and never made it to mix!)  

This is a piece I did for an advertising agency about a year or two ago.  The point was to create something that was epic and built over several minutes.  I’ve been told this is good music for finishing a long run :)  If you’re learning to compose, notice how I built more elements into the piece as it progresses.  Some very effective pieces of music do this very thing.  You don’t always have to have a great deal of complexity to push ahead an emotion.  

There’s a bit of a southern flare in this piece, as it was for a company in the south of the US.  Thanks to Brice Reheard for the great guitar playing.  

Dear Saint Isaac

I had the privilege of writing string arrangements for an album project my friends Symon and Garth have been working on.  The songs are among the most beautiful and meaningful I’ve ever heard.  Take a moment and listen to their funding video.


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