Currently based in Germany, Toomas Erm is a Swedish composer who brings us exciting music in the Dramatic, Classical, and Rock genres, among others. He has studied arranging, orchestration, and composition with masters like Joe Paparone, Guy Michelmore, and Scott Smalley, as well as Ben Newhouse, Suzanne Dean, and Jerry Gates of Berklee Music. From intense action-adventure cues, to whimsical Harry Potter-inspired pieces, Toomas' dynamic orchestral tracks will easily fit a multitude of Film, TV, and Video Game scenes.
Toomas' music has been used in various productions, including the TV show Mythbusters, radio commercials, web promotions/commercials, and podcasts for the European Southern Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope.
full orchestra with strings brass woodwinds and percussion. Starts with a fanfare like introduction and then picks up with a flowing heroics melody. Sweeping and full, like the original soundtrack from the 1977 film, brilliantly composed and orchestrated by John Williams. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Star Wars
Fantasy waltz cue in the style of Williams Harry Potter with plenty of woodwind and violin runs. Perfect for an intro for a film involving supernatural elements and themes, such as when a character is just introduced to the magical world of his/hers and the wonders it holds. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Harry Potter
Sounds like the old Star Trek theme. Perfect for opening title of games and TV shows. Intergalactic space adventures, sitting in Captain Kirk / Picard chair on the deck of the Starship Enterprise, adventure just ahead in the next galaxy. Warp factor seven - ataway, out there. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Star Wars
Marching feel conveys the picture of an army going into battle. Steady, persistent beat ideal for Game of Thrones type projects, groups of characters settling into a course of action for direct battle, and the aftermaths of dramatic events. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Star Wars