Half a year in a minute and a half

2011 has been quite interesting for us. Be decided to offer Art & Software services by February and we got our first contract job by June. Since then, we have completed nine contract jobs and we are currently working in new and exciting projects.

These assignments delay the production of our own games (Rain, Sand, Stars took much more time than expected), but it’s a great way of doing something different and… well… paying our bills. However, we take each contract job as a project of our own, taking care of details and keeping product quality as high as if they were our own ideas and needs.

We have prepared a short demo of the stuff we do: half a year in a minute and a half! Enjoy! And do not hesitate to contact us if you think you need something similar!



We’ve just launched a bandcamp store!

We have been considering crowdfunding these days. But after a while we thought we could as well try getting money in exchange for our work (that is, for the one we have already completed), so we opened a store at Bandcamp! Stop by and have a look, you can listen to our themes before buying them ; )


I’m not the musician but the programmer, so I’m free to say that this guy is an incredibly talented composer. I mean, my colleague, not the small guy in the picture. We have been working together for two years, creating two games for iPhone/iPod (Sound Juggler & Oddy Smog’s Misadventure), and a third one that we hope to release soon. You may or may not like our games, but I’m sure you will like their music!

We would love to hear your comments!

Oddy Smog’s Misadventure main theme edition with Cubase

Oddy Smog’s Misadventure’s main theme is a masterpiece. And I am allowed to say so because I didn’t compose it. It was my colleage’s work, the right side of Medusa’s brain. Well, I know, medusas do not have a brain per se… but you know what I mean.

I asked him to prepare a video showing how he deals with the dozens of tracks involved in a composition like Oddy Smog’s main theme.  I also asked him to write a post about the whole process, but he seems to be very shy about his words.  Nah, not really. He’s just been quite busy this days.

So he didn’t write the post, but he prepared this awesome video where he shows how he plays with Cubase along with Vienna Instruments and Analog Factory.

Enjoy! (much better in Youtube HD)