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Rock - Gothic | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 498   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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From the mind and vision of producer/composer Martin Chytil comes the music of Talaud. The name, being taken from a rare breed of bat nicknamed 'The Flying Fox' represents an essence of powerful yet elegant sound. Talaud's Music is designed for use in video games, motion pictures, television shows and commercials. The sounds are upbeat, rich in texture and specifically targeted to the fantasy / gothic / vampire genres, although many tracks are also suitable for modern action games and film. With the assistance of vocalist / lyricist April Anderson, Talaud can also provide female pop and rock vocal tracks suited to a projects requirements.

All sound design is produced on a state of the art Pro-Tools system in midtown Manhattan. If you can think it, Talaud can create it. All masters, copyrights and equipment are owned by the producer. Talaud is truly a one stop hassle free experience for any and all music production needs.

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Talaud's track "Covet the Coven" is being used on the latest Tony Hawk skateboard video:



The Song Writers posted over 30 days ago to Talaud

Great soundtrack for high end commercials

Eric Lives Here posted over 30 days ago

Thanks for the nice review of "Just Got Away." Glad you dig. Much love from Wisco

Wes Dinwiddie posted over 30 days ago

Thank you for your review of Wolf! You're review was actually very helpful and I appreciate your positive comments and suggestions. I've been planning for sometime now to go back and re-track the vox... because I know exactly what you're talking about. They were recorded in a horrible environment. All the power was lost trying to eq out all of the artifacts. Thanks again!


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