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bugakov_maxim says

Do you specialize on writing certain music or you write in all stylies?

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Twisterium says

Probably I have to specialize. But I really can’t help creating different music i different styles. I like every style! :)

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Blinn says

I specialize in sound effects, especially the kind that are abstract, weird, and wonderful. Magical and sci-fi. Stuff that few people can easily describe. :)

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MartijndeBont says

Yes, I do. I’m best in creating short trailer intros / teasers, all kinda dark and disturbing, almost industrial in most cases. I do have some corporate tracks in my portfolio but the rarely sell so I choose to continue with what I do best.

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johnny625 says

I create music also, but my main thing are sound effects and intros/idents. Especially the ones that need to be surreal or ethereal sounding. :D

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jhunger says

I like most genres of music, but I tend to specialize in folk/acoustic because I know it and enjoy it the most. Kind of the “write what you know” approach. I think that if I wanted to branch out significantly I might do it under a different profile so that my current one stays somewhat consistent.

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cjramirez says

I do not stick to a certain style..

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StudioEtude says

For me personally, it makes no difference what kind of music to write, I write jazz, and can write and hard east. The main thing – it’s inspiration and desire … else – trivia 8-)

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lucafrancini Envato team says

Hi, I don’t know what I’m going to do when I turn on the pc. It’s always a surprise!

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Sergei_Kurek says

ohh, I work in blues, light rock, funk and romantic-sentimental categories, but sometimes “Motivational” category bothers me from sleep :)))) but I never sold anything there….

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