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.
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
An unsettling psychedelic trip through the orchestra, evokes feeling of confusion, the unknown, and mystery. Intense games, action films, being chased, running for your life! Instrumental, Dangerous, Dark Music
A slow paced dark horror piece, twisted textures blends with traditional orchestration pad to create a unsettling mood. A man is dying a slow death and is reflecting back on his life of dark deeds. Moves elegantly, builds intensely. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dangerous Music
A loopable percussion centric piece that evokes the feeling of primal tribal warfare. Various ethnic and world percussions were used along with some electronic drones to create the feeling of anxiety. Instrumental, Dangerous, Dangerous Music