N.Jones Music Designer
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Unique - Soundtracks | Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Total Song Plays: 65,302   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: 7/1/2016
   Sounds Like: Hans Zimmer, Trent Reznor

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Nathaniel Jones provides services in demo production, score composing, remixing, timbre replacement, engineering, and mastering.

His work is currently in circulation with ABC, CBS, NBC, MTV, Discovery, The Learning Channel, "O" network, and independent films as well.

In the words of Nathaniel...

"What I do at Protilius Productions is really about being a capable passenger through a process of exploring, mastering, and enjoying the science of sound. Human beings are constantly evolving, and as such, so is the way humans present their emotions through sound. Thats where I like to be... Thats where I like Protilius to live. Right on the edge of artistic innovation with the aid of state of the art tools and a proper dose of imagination."

To hire Nathaniel...

Skype/email: protilius@gmail.com

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Engineering/Timbre Replacement/Mastering- $100 USD an hour

Creative fees:

Demo or Remixing Buyout - $3.5k USD

Film Scoring- Negotiable per project, feature length indie games & films start at 15k USD creative fee for "un-exclusive licensing." Buyouts start at 30k USD creative fee per Ost.

Currently seeking management, an agent, or a heavy swinging exclusive publisher.


Four chord formula, how to break writer's block, cold calling methods, navigating publishers, mixing and mastering, controlling your ego, responding to negativity, sample library usage vs original content, metadata, and even whether or not to sleep with your groupy.

Yes... Here are the keys to the car. No purchase or login required.

Read, learn, enjoy.

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Suite Sauce posted 2 weeks ago

I finished a new track yesterday>" Ever After"
Love , Emotional. Thanks Don

N.Jones Music Designer posted 4 weeks ago

Theory is priceless when you're trying to get what's in your head out onto the board.

Focus on the music and what makes it what it is.

They are just notes, but knowing how to use them to evoke the emotions you're trying to convey is priceless, so you're going to want to study.

Guys like Blake Neely didn't end up composing for the DC TV universe because they like comics... They got that job because their knowledge of music allows them to "produce swiftly."

Dude has actually balanced 5 shows at one time weekly. Thats 45 minutes of original content for each show... Every week... Week after week.

You don't do that with "inspiration." You only get inspired some of the time.... The rest is utilizing the knowledge you've acquired through a lot of training and hard work.

Knowing your music and how it works is crucial.

Once you do know it though... You find that taking it to the next level will become your unicorn. It's a double edged blade if you don't manage it.

You'll feel like a fraud because it's been done before, but when the paycheck comes, you'll realize that you've arrived at the goal you started with... And it's not exactly what you thought it would be.

Unfortunately... You will become a bit self bitter for not paving more paths that haven't been walked before. Sure... Those who aren't aware of the process and science will never know how easy it can be for the right minds... Yet you will... And getting over that hurdle will take some getting used to.

Just keep in mind... Once you have the keys... The car will drive itself if you need it to.

Where as without it? You'll be waiting a long time for your next "inspired vibe" sometimes... And what's worst... Is the ideas your mind produces will come and go quickly.

And I'm talking brilliant ideas... Come and gone in the matter of minutes.

You'll need a strong foundation of knowledge to make them a reality.

So yes... Load up youtube and start listening to people more knowledgable than yourself.

They're out there, and you don't need a dime to do it, it's seriously the best way to learn.

I mastered Dubstep by listening to the wisdom and tricks others have discovered.

Here's a little proof... I knew nothing about producing Dubstep before researching a thousand youtube posts.

You can do the same. With ANY genre. I hope you do.

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