Squirrel & Friends:
Music. Field Recordings. Samples.
A wild hobby project of creating music, field recordings and samples. For you to enjoy, to use or to create awesome things yourself!
Now wander off into the forrest and meet the gang! But remember kids: only you can prevent forrest fires, also no littering!
A project about venturing into the unknown possibilities of making something that somewhat resembles music. Not really tied to any kind of genre so you might be able to find something you kinda enjoy – hooray!
Space Ambient, Soundtrack, Underscore, Interstellar
Constellation of Unity – Part I
A fan made soundtrack inspired by Starfield, a game from Bethesda.
Dark Jazz, Strings, Piano, Soundtrack
Key of Solomon
Official soundtrack for the online novel
Folk, Traditional Folk
A delightful solstice album. 6 songs, 2 interpretations. Cozy and cheerful.
The atmosphere of an epilogue
The atmosphere of an epilogue is a lonesome and melancholy driven piano album about realization, resignation and leaving.
Soundtrack, Orchestral, Choir
Threnody for a New World
An album inspired by the New World MMO from Amazon Games. 14 threnodies – one for each zone currently in the game. Lugubrious orchestral arrangements and emotional choirs.
Piano, Soundtrack, Field Recordings
The atmosphere of Dysmantle
A fan made underscore soundtrack for the open world survival game Dysmantle from 10ton. It’s slow, dystopian, melancholic – piano driven with wailing strings, mixed with field recordings & ambiances.
Ambient, Soundscapes, Electronic
The atmosphere of dreaming
An ongoing progression of haziness while drifting off into slumber. More Tracks will be added from time to time until it’s time to wake up.
A venture into the outskirts of the own apartment to learn the principles of field and foley recordings. There’s things to be heard outside and they may be captured… and eventually turn out to be useful for, you know, stuff and things!
Current Recording Equipment:
Not exactly looking for honey, but might find a nice sample in the leftovers from Noisy Squirrel’s arrangements or happens to create some usable and interesting SFX from Recording Fox’… recordings. Only time will tell, once the other two got a plethora of things to work with in the first place!