Archives for December, 2013

Recent recording session with Uyanga Boldbaatar

Recent recording session with Uyanga Boldbaatar

Hey folks,

A few days ago, I had the chance to record the extremely talented Uyanga Boldbaatar for a project. Uyanga sang with great emotion and power, with her very unique style borrowing from the classical tradition and Mongolian melismatic chants.

The great Uyanga Boldbaatar singing on my music
Uyanga with engineer John Weston at Futura Productions studios

The vocals were recorded by John Weston at Futura Productions, Roslindale MA. He was assisted by Dan Schwartz and Travis Karpak. I’m looking forward to sharing the music with you within the next few weeks! Stay tuned!

You can check out Uyanga’s music at http://www.uyangamusic.com and Futura Productions at http://www.futuraproductions.com

Edouard

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CanalSat – “An Incredible Christmas” – videos available

CanalSat – “An Incredible Christmas” – videos available

Excerpts from the winter 2013 commercial campaign for CanalSat “Un Incroyable Noël” (“An Incredible Christmas”).

Music composed and produced by Edouard Brenneisen.

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December News – Canal Plus commercials, recordings, Shiba Shiba

December news

Hey all,

I’ve been keeping quiet about a number of things lately, but I have been working on a few very cool projects these past few months. There will be some new music from moi very soon in the news section. Until then, here are a few things I can share with you:

Canal Plus/Canal Sat – Commercials

I have recently scored three commercials for Canal Plus/Canal Sat for their “Un Incroyable Noël” campaign (that’s “an Incredible Christmas” in French). The campaign is currently airing overseas. I will share the videos with you soon, but you can listen to the music below:



Shiba Shiba – now available for Android

Shiba Shiba, the über-fun game I scored, is now available on Android devices! Check it out at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.typeoneerror.games.Shibashiba

Recording – a glimpse into the “how”

I’ve been recording some fairly large ensemble stuff lately, and working with soloists in my Los Angeles studio. Here’s a picture taken by the hugely talented Tina Guo during one of these sessions:

Tina Guo recording session
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