Another track finished towards the space collection. This one has been in production for a while, one of those hard to finish tracks. For the video I was planning on having an astronaut floating around but it’s ended up being a tribute to Hubble, featuring footage and CGI from NASA/ESA/Hubble that depicts the 5th and final repair of the telescope.
OK, here it is, the fourth video for the Mythology Music project. The videos are getting more adventurous each time and this one features some stunning images from the Hubble telescope. Full credits are shown at the end of the video.
These are written as relaxation pieces so sit back and chill out while you enjoy the view x
Here’s the third track for my Mythology Music project. Getting more adventurous with the videos now, had great fun putting this one together using some public domain planet renders (thank-you Paul Ross at www.archive.org).
Maximise screen size and chill out 🙂 x
My second track for Mythology Music. This started as a relaxation project but somehow the first release is turning into a space music project! Actually I’ve always loved sci-fi music and while I’m enjoying working on these tracks, I’m looking forward to doing something a lot more cinematic later on.
All tracks will appear at mythologymusic.com and will be released to download stores once the whole project is complete.
So I decided earlier this year that I wanted to produce a few more instrumentals – some cinematic music, relaxation, library music, etc. – and for this I needed a new brand name to release under. After much brainstorming and domain name searching I finally came up with a name that is just perfect – Mythology Music!
The first track is now uploaded at www.mythologymusic.com and YouTube, do have a listen