Graduating from Manchester Midi School's Diploma in March 2010 with honors, Andrew Smith is going ape with his new skills, creating hot, catchy ringtones, sound effects and short musical pieces. He regularly creates attention-grabbing hooks, short moody pieces and sound effects, in a variety of styles, though with emphasis on dance and electronica. With ringtones ready to go, and a wide variety of content on the way, Andrew is the artist to watch! This talented composer is on his way, and we're delighted to present his hot new sounds on our site.
It's 1984 again but in-your-face for now, with bleepy space sounds, hard crunchy beats and bass and all with the genuine sound of 80's computer chips. Would work well for anything electronic retro or gaming related. Instrumental, Dance, Techno
That's some Engine! Accelerators on full power for this one, trees bent over and hats blown off at 50 paces, as the spacemen return home. Rising, resonating synth sounds getting louder and more powerful before instantly cutting out as the ship has gone forever. Science Fiction,
Robotic Alien Laughter taking place as he has got a bleepy outer space groove going over a breakbeat. A ringtone for space cadets. Could be used as a link for urban features, sci-fi and technology. Ringtone,
Contact has been made and the aliens have funk! In your face catchy bleepy ringtone made by an alien who wants us to move our behinds. A ringtone beginning which takes off into hyperspace! Could be used in anything sci-fi or robot talk. Ringtone,
Uplifting, hands-in-the air tunage! Fun and bouncy electronic synth driven insanity. Would make great gaming soundtrack, nightclub scenes, etc. Bass in your face. Rave in a cave. Party like it's 2099. Instrumental, Electronic, Big Beat
Happy Jazz sounds like this! A skipping, dancing, ring that will make you dance your way to answer the phone.
An organ clav sound that works it way down an octave and start up again. Could be used to represent clowns or goofy behaviour. Ringtone,
Evocative sad, yet sophisticated melody. Sounds like an old black and white film, perhaps representing a sense of loss, sadness and yearning. Think French and European films or movies, bus stop, railway station and cafe scenes, Paris and Vienna. Designed to sound old-fashioned but in a good way. Ringtone,
A great journey of a single person following their heart, gathering followers and finally arriving. Calm contemplation and soaring peaks build and release as the Celesta and Chinese flutes and reeds play out the journey before a celebratory ceremonial beat marks the arrival. Twin Peaks. Ambient. Instrumental, Chinese, Chinese Ethereal
The good clean double click of a date stamp. Take your frustrations out on the paperwork. If you really let your imagination run riot it could be a Void stamp, a Cancelled stamp, a Passed stamp, as passport being stamped - the world is your oyster! Office,
A rock hard beat with madness sprinkled on top! Crazy dissonant technoid sounds, dropping into laid back guitar riff before coming back for more. It's jumpier than a jelly bean, never settling. Works for sci-fi, urban landscapes or anything that needs hard, edgy music. Scratchy wild fun mischievous, Instrumental, Electronic, Big Beat
And now over to Janet for the traffic news! High impact intro to any feature, would work particularly well for traffic news or countdowns. Whoooosh.... At number 9 a new release from.... Also pitched up it makes excellent star wars style space battle laser noises for all your shoot-em-up needs, Multimedia, Whooshes