Jonathan Adamich resides in Seattle, Washington, where he attended Cornish College of the Arts for his Bachelors in Classical Music Composition. He began playing the piano at age six, and classical guitar at the age of eight. After discovering his love for music, Jon started composing soon after, producing tracks and eventually getting them into games and short films. Jon's passion for scoring for media is quite clear, as you will discover upon listening to his dramatic and ethereal film scores and trailers, plus games music -- all in a wide range of styles and genres.
An urgent and uneasy battle, fight, action or fantasy war track. Suitable for trailers, action sequences, war and conflict. Chanting choirs, battle drums, intense and determined orchestral stabs. Instrumental, Military, Orchestral Epic
A determined and ominous, orchestral track featuring marching drums, staccato strings and brass and subtle choirs. Heroic, strong, glorifying, impending battle or gearing up for war. Instrumental, Military, Orchestral Epic
A grand, epic, fantasy track with dark and light elements in equal measures. Heroic melodies and pounding percussion give a sense of glory, battle, aspirations and struggle for greatness or dominance. Royal / Regal. Glorifying / Majestic. Suitable for dramatic trailers, main-theme and more. Instrumental, Military, Battle Action Orchestral
Dark and foreboding ethnic-orchestral trailer, action track. Pounding drums, primitive vocal chants, slightly tribal sound, with staccato brass. Good for fantasy warriors, ogres or orcs etc. Instrumental, Military, Battle Action Orchestral
Ominous, foreboding and threatening orchestral track with a slightly primal or primitive feel. Barbaric, barbarians perhaps, or warriors of a fantasy world or a long lost time. Slow and pounding, marching to war. Instrumental, Military, Orchestral Epic