Canadian Composer Rick Dickert writes music for Film, TV, Video Games, and Multimedia, with a lengthy client list that includes the American Red Cross, Elizabeth Arden, Ernst & Young, Brokaw Inc, Catholic Charities, and London Business School, among others. His tracks draw from a palette of vintage keyboards, real guitars, percussion, bass, and state-of-the-art virtual instruments. Rick's music is always crisp and professional, and his catalog spans a wide range of styles and genres, including Blues, Dramatic, Dance, Electronic, Rock, and Reggae.
Rick Dickert's early musical studies resulted in bronze and silver medals from Trinity College of Music (London) for musical theory exams. Additional clients who have licensed his tracks from Audiosparx for their projects include:
Barbados Association of Retired Persons, Kilmer & Kilmer, Mysamaris, Inc., Missing Link Studio, Altava Media lda, Actum Imago Productions, Hartbeeps Music Ltd, AACCEPT (Autism Awareness & Creating Community), inoursity films, BHMI, Waterwerks Communications, TMG Strategies, Symbology Creative, Tomorrow Pictures Inc., CYBF, Jackrabbit Design, Roger Schillerstrom, and Advanced Media Solutions.
Stereo track of antique sleigh bells shaken to quarter notes at 80 beats/min. Suggested for use in music tracks and Foley applications, to underscore heartfelt seasonal narrative for TV, radio and internet production spots. Foley Sound Effects, Bell sounds
Pulsating sleigh bells with subtle reverb in 16 second loop, suggested for use in music tracks and Foley applications, to underscore heartfelt seasonal narrative for TV, radio and internet production spots. 136 bpm, Foley Sound Effects, Bell sounds