We're liking Michael Huang a lot! This talented young California composer has created Dramatic music for a number of Video Games, and he composed the musical scores for "We Were Centurions" and "Death of a Killer." He composes in several genres, from the elegant "New Age Ambience" to the impressive and beautiful Asian melody "Mysteries of the Temple," and the orchestral warrior-like "Swords Clashing Under the Snowfall." Michael's work is right on the mark for TV, Film, Games, and other productions where originality and diversity are a cherished commodity.
Yearning for knowledge and peace - An thoughtful ethnic piece using a mixture of Celtic and Asian instruments. Works for sweet nostalgic moments, a backwards look at one's life, watching a child sleep, discovery of new love, sweet situations. Dreamy corporate, uplifting music. Vocal Samples, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
An epic arrangement of a famous traditional Chinese folk song, song starts out with a lonely somber Erhu and halfway through the song erupts into a full Chinese ensemble piece invoking feelings of pride and dignity. Somber, sorrowful but filled with pride and bravery. Vocal Samples, Chinese, Chinese Ethereal
An unnerving dark piece with a steady rhythm that starts with a mysterious mood and slowly builds up to a horror mood and a short fade out at the end. Horror, Halloween, dangerous armies on the move, war preparations. Creepy build-up, metal scrapes, terror, fear, foreboding. Evil menace and terror! Vocal Samples, Dangerous, Dark Music
Tension-filled ethnic-influenced action loop with strong Japanese flavor. Elegant Koto with strong Taiko drums. For Asian travel documentary or to show the ruggedness of a Japanese automobiles, Asian-themed products or promotion, including luxury male fashion or colognes, Ninja heroes, battle scenes, Male Vocals, Japanese, Japanese Dramatic