Nathaniel Jones (protilius productions)
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Protilius prides itself in excelling at the unexpected.

Nathaniel Jones, the producer behind Protilius, is an eclectic & accomplished soundtrack composer / music producer that actively provides services to film makers / publishers / advertisers / singer song writers; and, musical artists.

Nathaniel's work is currently in circulation with ABC, CBS, NBC, MTV, Discovery, The Learning Channel, "O" network, and independent films as well. He operates a modest studio in Adelaide Australia.

Nathaniel's style ranges a full gamut from Orchestration / Soundtracks, EDM, Atmospherics, to Raging Industrial / Rock. His pallet of tools are composed of current industry standards and backed by an Associates Degree in Recording Science along with over a decade of "Real-World" experience.

But really... He's just a passionate indie artist who loves great music.

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Current special, engineering services for $20 an hour.


Normal rates.

Mastering: 1 track for $50, 5 for $150. (US)
Engineering & Mastering: $200 for one, $350 for two. (US)
Remixing: $500 w/15% to Protilius Productions
Demo Production: Please inquire.
Buyouts: Starting at 1k per production.
Scoring: Varies by project


stars eventually burn out. even five in a row. however, the Lady JENEE is a love never to be lost.

Peter G Olach - PGO posted 5 days ago

still surprises me why your musical beds are not all over this planet let alone here at B'Jam. always a pleasure working with you; and, once again, thanks for the recent stars. . .

You and me both.

Holy \crap on a cracker..An evil alright at 7 mins onwards!!! Actually thought I was watching a horror movie!!! Cheers Milly


"An Evil Within", but you do create an atmosphere of auditory fear and evil anticipation!! Some of your best work Nathaniel, along with your fabulous detective series! You seem to keep setting the bar higher for yourself, and exceeding that goal, at each new production!
All the best, and hope that you can find placement for this obvious, excellent horror soundtrack possibility! Thanks too, for all of the technical advice that you send out; great sharing your experiences and knowledge with us!


I'll be shopping it with the single free credit Broadjam will provide on Monday.

Otherwise... The publishers all had an opportunity to place previous work and passed on it.

I'm thankful for you kind words, and hope that the work will eventually find a home, but for now its here more for the Broadjam community than anything.

As far as the advice...

Those who can't do, teach:)


Cyndi Corkran posted 2 weeks ago

Hopefully, it will find a good home, to be enjoyed and add that thrilling atmosphere for a deserving film!

In nursing we say, "See one, do one, then teach one"; applicable to most things in life where experience is the greatest teacher. Again, thanks for yours!

We'll see:) At the very least... I'll be doing what I can to help others.

Peter G Olach - PGO posted 2 weeks ago

with all the major music labels and publishing houses actively pitching to the opportunities (not just the opps listed here - across the board and those that are shopped directly to the big dogs), it's a wonder any of the independents get picked up. but, apparently they do. I must agree with C.C. that your chops are top notch. there will be a home for your productions. just keep reaching out. . .

You know... I wrote a huge rant about publisher accountability... And realized bitching will accomplish nothing.

I hope the right ears find the right work and everything changes.

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