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Audio Architect Music (Military Tracks)


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Audio Architect Music is the brainchild of talented Australian composer, multi-instrumentalist and virtuoso guitarist, Michael Taylor. This artist presents cutting edge, original music in a huge range of styles. Michael's music has been featured in numerous games, films and TV shows, including the recent animation "Figaro Pho" (ABC TV), and the multi award-winning feature "Twin Rivers" (Foxtel TV). He has produced ad campaigns for corporate giants ETSA and Santos, and others. From jingles and stings, to the big cinematic Hollywood soundtracks, Audio Architect has you covered!


Michael Taylor started playing musical instruments around the age of 4, and took up guitar and drums at age 7. After many years fronting his own bands, touring and performing as vocalist and guitarist, Michael created Audio Architect Music to explore his growing passion for writing music for all kinds of mediums, including high end film scoring. Recent credits for Audio Architect Music include the animation "Figaro Pho" (ABC TV), TV commercials on all of Australia's commercial stations, music for corporate giants such as ETSA and Santos, the multi-award winning feature "Family Demons," period drama feature "Twin Rivers" (Foxtel TV), and the children's fantasy animation "The Cold Hearted Giant," by Raging Pixel, in conjunction with the Western Australian Film And Television Institute, Whitham Media and Nucleus Media.



Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 95

SoundPacks | Instrumental Tracks (89 Tracks) | Vocal Tracks (2) |
Music Genres For Audio Architect Music
Action | Asian | Cartoon | Childrens | Classical | Corporate | Dance | Dangerous | Dramatic | Electronic | Horror | Japanese | Jazz | Military | New Age | Rock | Science Fiction | Soundalikes |



SoundPacks for This Artist See All Audio Architect Music's SoundPacks
MARCH TO MORDOR
March to Mordor
TAKE ACTION
Take Action
SOUNDS OF JAPAN
Sounds of Japan
ROCK'IT!
Rock'It!




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CONAN - ANCIENT BATTLE & WAR - (by Audio Architect Music)  Year: 2005
Audio Architect Music Traditional orchestral soundtrack music. Think ancient Rome, warfare, gladiators, ancient civilization, slavery. Tense intricate beginning gradually builds to ominous, determined, epic war-cry music. Driven by big slow drums and huge building horns. Think 'Troy', '300', 'Conan The Barbarian'. Instrumental, Military, War Preparations
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Military, War Preparations
377103 2:03 Med Slow 81   


MARCH TO MORDOR - (by Audio Architect Music)  Year: 2010
High-end Hollywood orchestral trailer style with dramatic choir. Marching to war, revenge, superhero action! This is a 5 piece soundpack. Hear how it builds into a full blown epic. Think Gladiator, battle, 300, heroic, epic action. Blockbuster! Percussive, choral, big, cinematic and bombastic. Instrumental, Military, Military MusicPacks
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
SoundPack - Military, Military MusicPacks
443481 40.4MB Med Slow 92   

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