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Welcome To CrimeSonics
Welcome To CrimeSonics | Exquisitely Criminal Production Music & Sound Design
FORENSIC SCIENCE II
Forensic Science first made its way into the courts in 1986 when police in England asked molecular biologist, Alec Jeffreys to use science to verify the confession of a 17 year-old boy regarding two rape-murders. Forensic testing proved the teenager was NOT the perpetrator and the actual attacker was eventually caught using DNA testing. Sterile, glassy, technological and sophisticated. Inject the sonic uniqueness of Forensic Science Volume II into your project to influence the results of your listeners.
Be sure to listen to, "Forensic Connections" The 2019 MARK AWARD WINNING track in the Investigative/Crime category!
CRIMESONICS SPONSORED PODCASTS & ORGANIZATIONS
Dan Brown Jr is a composer/multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles, CA. He started his career in production because he wanted to, “write the music you hear on the crime shows…” and his first placements were feature on ‘Dateline NBC.’
“Writing for crime television programming is not only what I am most experience with, but it is also what I am most passionate about! For my artist release I wanted to write 10 massive sounding Crime TV Promo style cues that are perfect for any investigatory theme show!… Go big or go home!”
Sam Friedman is a Los Angeles based multi-instrumentalist and one of the top harmonica players in the world. No Joke! He's incredible! His credits include Dreamworks, Netflix, Hasbro, NBCUniversal, Disney, Discovery Channel, SciFi Channel and The Cartoon Network to name just a few.
“On this release, I tried drawing from the harmonicas deep tradition of acting as an emotional and spiritual vent for loss, longing and regret. Whether you find yourself locked up or knocked down, you always got the blues.”
Brooke Mitchell is not only one of the most humble and sweetest people in the world, she is also an award-winning composer and vocalist based in Birmingham, Alabama. Her music can be heard on MTV, A&E, E! Entertainment, Oxygen and Lionsgate movie trailers to name a few.
“For this album, I wanted each track to tell its own, unique story of HORROR! I hope the listener really experiences the derangement floating in the mind of a killer, while feeling the fear, dread, and anxiety of their victims.”