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Sean McGee
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HUMTOO. Anyone heard anything about it??.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim C Pettigrew Jun 22, 2009. 2 Replies


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  • 1.
    London - The Krays Theme
  • 2.
    50's Theme
  • 3.
    'London in the 50's' internal Theme
  • 4.
    'Haunted London' Theme
  • 5.
    'London Railways' Theme
  • 6.
    'London' DVD range Theme
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    FA Cup history DVD Theme
  • 9.
    Poignant Theme
  • 10.
    Acoustic 'daytime type' theme
  • 11.
    Loving/Reminiscing Theme
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    Soaring Theme
  • 13.
    EAFA -Theme
  • 14.
    Hasta Luega Bay
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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Television, Songs, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Film Music / Classical / Rock & Metal
Is music your main income source?
Sort Of - Music Related
Where do you live?
King's Lynn, Norfolk, UK

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At 1:12pm on February 3, 2010, Cyril C. said…
I'd better say : "It sounds like YOU already are MY new friend !" :-)
Great Music !!
At 7:49am on November 4, 2009, James Semple said…
Hi Sean,

Definitely would be keen to meet up at some point soon. Maybe on a weekend in the coming weeks.


At 2:00pm on October 27, 2009, Leoncio Lara Bon said…
Thanks for connecting Sean,

Love your 50s theme and the tunnels of the underground! Hope to hear more of your music soon!


At 5:11pm on October 26, 2009, Martha Maria / Dogwood Daughter said…
Hi, Listening to 'Tunnels of the Underground' - I like this kind of stuff. Love the sound overlay. Could be the overture to a rock opera. Listened to a little bit of Krays theme, but I just came in from the grocery store and have to go fix supper. Husband will be home in about 30. Thanks for adding me as a friend. I'll just let the computer roll thru your tunes while I'm cooking.
Thanks for the add. Martha Maria
At 10:24pm on October 25, 2009, Mark Gosney said…
Hey Sean, thanks for swinging by and dropping your kind words. I agree with you about ,melody in music today. Things are cyclical and it will come back around, they always do. Very nice tunes yourself. Stay in touch.

Mark Gosney
At 8:05am on October 24, 2009, Tony Wakefield said…
Hi Sean,
Thank you indeed for popping by with your very kind comments. I`d sign me up too :-) `ll cock an ear to your music when I have time - I`m busy re-editing 4 scores/parts as I`ve spent some pennies on an ad, so I`m getting ready for the "rush" - what recession he asks - surely they`ll buy!!!!
At 7:23am on October 24, 2009, Wendy Boots said…
Thanks for the compliments on 'Baggy' !
It was fun producing it as well ;-) for a children comic show on dutch TV.

Greetings Wendy
At 3:44pm on October 23, 2009, Marc Juenger said…
Definitely,....I am curently working on more samples and I'll upload them. Thank you!
At 2:02pm on October 23, 2009, Colin said…
Thanks Sean... I really love the motif for Haunted London...
At 1:01pm on October 23, 2009, Matthew Moore said…
Interesting. I might have a look through the east west stuff again.

VSL does take a bit of time to get to grips with. And you have to soak it in altiverb but it's worth it I think. Just feel their programming is better than East wests - the latter has too many oddities and tuning weirdness to work as a complete library. In my opinion anyway. :-) Still some great stuff in there though. Some of the staccato stuff is yummy :-)

Ah yes LASS - that looks good. Not sure I have the patience to program each group of 4 or so vlns though :-)
At 12:17pm on October 23, 2009, Matthew Moore said…
Hi Sean. Thanks for the invite. Great stuff up on your website. I like the krays theme particularly.

Managed to get away from the doc scene for a bit as one of the composers I work with very kindly offered me some cues on a Polish feature he's working on. Once that's done I have to get some more tracks on my site and then go marketing :-)

Yep I'm an eastwest and VSL guy. Just deciding at the moment which way to invest a bit more cash. Either more VSl or the new cinematic strings...I'm not sure. :-)

About 2.30 into the kray theme you layer solo violin over your string line. That works really well! What is it? A sample from east west? A great idea. I must remember that. The VSL strings would sound so much better with a solo in there as well.
At 6:20am on October 23, 2009, Daz Shields said…
Hi Sean, thanks for the welcome. Great themes and very inspiring sir! Cheers Daz
At 4:07am on October 23, 2009, Wendy Boots said…
Hi Sean, great 2 be part of your 'network'. Hope to share some ideas later maybe?

At 1:15pm on October 22, 2009, Oded Fried-Gaon said…
LOL. funk away, baby! cheers.
At 1:58am on October 21, 2009, Oded Fried-Gaon said…
Haunted is definitely haunted, and 50s theme is gorgeous! For some reason, Railways belongs in Sakamoto/Byrne's Last Emperor soundtrack - and that's a compliment. beautiful, vast, grand... NICE!
At 5:08pm on October 20, 2009, Andrew Wonders said…
One more comment here... "50's Theme" is AWESOME! Sounds like the musical lovechild of Ennio Morricone and Loreena McKennit :)
At 5:04pm on October 20, 2009, Andrew Wonders said…
Sean, thanks for your comment and the friend add. I recently left a band that was trying to get signed... It's kinda strange; I desire, and have no problem with the idea of doing orchestral/film score music for a living, but the idea of becoming a "rock star" i.e: making a ton of money and fame from playing metal (I'm a guitarist too btw) really turned me off... Anyway, thanks for stopping by my page. You have some great pieces of music here. "London in the 50's" is really up my alley... slow, melodic, moody. Great production too!
At 8:14am on July 29, 2009, John Doryk said…
Thank you for the kind words. I'd say you're already creating some wonderful themes. Very warm, lush arrangements and a cool diversity of styles. I really enjoyed listening to your music.


John William Doryk
award winning film composer/sound designer
Night Sky Music & Sound Design
At 12:23pm on June 20, 2009, Deborah Young said…
Curious is that a real electric guitar on Tunnels of the Underground (or VSTi)?
At 5:14pm on May 20, 2009, Charles McCreery said…
Dear Sean,

Thanks v. much for the Friend invite, and your generous comment on my Tolkien song.

Not sure what I can do about the volume! It's a quiet song, and I am not sure how I would go about raising the overall volume level. However, will bear the issue in mind if/when making future MP3s of the songs.

All the best, and thank you for your interest. Charles.


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