Specially for those who need production music of all sorts, I've launched a YouTube channel where I regularly upload my royalty-free tracks. Here's one such example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y23h5AFzBv0
The music is very affordable featuring a wide array of genres. Even if you don't feel like buying anything, you could just subscribe and listen and that would mean the world to me: https://www.youtube.com/c/WorldBeyondNether
I decided to post it here, as there's kind of no point to upload this simplistic animation to Newgrounds, but maybe some people would want to get acquainted with the videogame music videos I produce and here's something to motivate them:
Can't express how happy me and Nick are to see our collaboration pays off: the orchestral composition "Whatever We Were Before" which we produced earlier has been mentioned among other "Dragon Age" fans creations in a new Fan Spotlight article on the official "Dragon Age: Inquisition" website.
The article says:
This week, we received a beautiful composition inspired by the music of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Written and performed by World Beyond, the duo of Vladimir Kooznetsov and Nick Standing provide a stellar piece of music sure to hit you right in the feels.
If you haven't already seen our music video, here it is:
Here's an amazing speed art video by Yegor Gafidov and RPG.PUB featuring my Witcher's Tale song. Well done!
The summer is coming to an end and it means there isn't much time left to accomplish everything we have planned to do. However, the two videos mentioned earlier have been uploaded to YouTube. This one is dedicated to the release of the brand new Risen game:
And another one is just a Watch_Dogs tribute. Making them took a lot of time (and publishing took even more) because this time it wasn't just music production... Read More>
Well, the title sums it up pretty much. Finally I decided to make some of the best tracks I've got available not only for producers, but also for people who fancy soundtrack music and that's how "Winter Legend" was created. Consider it a trial of strength in the new field. If it's going to be of any interest for music lovers, I'll be happy and carry on publishing more of this stuff constantly raising the bar. Ok, here's one of the songs from this album:
It's been more than a year since I debuted on Newgrounds and took part in the MAC 13 contest. Sometimes it's easy to compose a piece of music, I believe most of you know this state of mind when you only think of what you're doing and you know exactly how, which way you want to reach the final goal. I think it was the case with my Everything We Stand For...
It has also been a long while since I last contributed something to Creative Commons. In other words, I thought taking part in the art-inspired music contest on NG would be an interesting and useful experience. I've spent a couple of days looking for a picture that would trigger my imagination. And then I felt it could be Ancient Spaceship by Madstah. The artist haven't yet written back to me, and I hope he won't mind my interpretation of his beautiful artwork. This time I got lost in the process of composing just the way it was with EWSF and Mountains of Gold. The Remnant of the Distant Future is here and I will be happy to hear your criticism and impressions.
I should thank Bob Torrens and Verne Lindquist for the amazing documentary they put together. These Sportsnet producer and cameraman spent their New Year's Eve in Yaroslavl, Russia filming the Lokomotiv: Resurrection episode before setting off to Magnitogorsk, the home of the ice hockey team Metallurg. The way they combined my piano pieces with the video in the Yaroslavl feature is really emotional. It's also been a pleasure interpreting for these guys and I doubt there are Canadians more kick-ass than these two. I suggest you watch the whole thing to appreciate the work they did. It's an interesting story of the legendary Iron Mike now coaching for the Russians.
Witcher's Tale has been republished after a couple of months of oblivion. Back in the days I was tired of working on this fan music piece and not entirely satisfied with the sound of it which is the reason for this new remastered version. I guess, the time has come:
It's the second time in a row that I'm picked by P-Bot to chose (in my turn) the best works of the month. Here are my purely subjective entries and, as always, good luck to everyone else!
I also would like to announce that a new audio piece by World Beyond featuring piano and orchestral instruments will soon be released on Newgrounds, so stay tuned!