Nathaniel Jones (protilius productions)
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Unique - Unclassified | Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Total Song Plays: 40,339   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: 11/1/2014

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Nathaniel Jones 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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Mastering: 1 track for $50, 5 for $150. (US)
Engineering & Mastering: $200 for one, $350 for two. (US)
Remixing: $500

Musical copyright is divided into three sections: musical, lyrical and publishing. I'm also a firm believer in credit given where credit is due.

Please consider this prior to requesting collaboration services.


hey Nate, like your new pix...are you as good a piano player as i THINK you are? i may have some "work" for you AFTER the f-ing, peace, etc etc Warren Hein



Better pick up some more beer Warren. Its not over yet:)

5 stars man... I think you are getting softer with age,,,, cool epic stuff btw and not too aggressive at all my friend


posted 3 hours ago

Who woulda thought I had a creamy center?


Boom Boom posted 2 days ago

Thank you for your 5 star rating BoomBoom

It's great stuff Boom Boom, hope to contribute to it shortly:)

Having no prior knowledge of either song, I listened to both Counterstrike and First Strike. Personally, I like the way the distorted guitars mix with the orchestra to give it a more modern sound. What would be awesome is to have the staccato cellos from the new version in the first version. That would be a big sound. Beautiful work N!


Yes, so many possibilities in an endless market of art vs "we know this works."


G. Edwin Craig posted 2 days ago

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