Digital Design, Production and Services by C.P.Bryan

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Welcome to the web contact and information portal for the software development and multimedia production activities of C.P.Bryan. Since the mid 1990s, Bryan has been exploring the creative possibilities of digital media, software development and Internet connectivity.
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New Additions to the Royalty Free Music Library for February 2019:

February 3: Five new tracks from Italian composer Francis V have been added. This batch of compositons tend towards the realm of suspenseful and dramatic, with each of the three tracks "Trial of Might", "Find A Way" and "The Ballad of Jack and Sally" performed in the cinematic orchestral style. Here is a preview of "Find A Way":
To preview all of the new tracks by the same composer, check out the Francis V Listing Page @ F.S.M.

February 2: "Meandering Mellow Synth" - An atmospheric progressive electronic track with classic analog synthesizer sounds. With over 6 minutes of meandering, unobtrusive mellowness, this piece will work well as a subtle background for narration or other types of documentary style videos. Composed by Steve Lowther:

January 21: Two new cinematic soundtrack pieces from Australian composer Enrico Altavilla: "Last Breath" is a sombre atmospheric composition for video themes such as loss, alienation, solitude and despair, while "Awesome Beauty" provides an inspirational, emotional musical backdrop for romantic or spiritually uplifting themes. Preview of "Awesome Beauty" below:

January 5: A new atmospheric composition from guitarist Ilya Truhanov. "Strange Love" has elements of Tango and Flamenco, creating an atmosphere of mystery, intrigue and passion:

New Video Release for January 19, 2019:

This new video provides a sampling of some of the soundtrack compositions available in the "Science Fiction" category of the F.S.M. library. The music is mostly of the atmospheric electronic variety, but there are also a few that might be described as hard-edged rock. The general theme is that the music featured here suggests feelings of technological angst and wonder at the vastness of Space / Time / Reality. The previews included in this video are (in order of appearance):
  1. "Where Am I?" by Enrico Altavilla
  2. "JVP-X-ELEVEN-3" by Sergey Rewired
  3. "Crystalline City" by Steve Lowther
  4. "The Skull of Megalith" by Lowther_and_Bryan
  5. "Mutant Pep Rally" by C.P.Bryan
  6. "Unknown Territories" by Stephen Graf