A quick breakdown showing how I wrote underscore music for Pencilmation.
Finished Episode ("Last One Misunderstanding"): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3AjOJQaz8g
My Pencilmation Underscores on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/michaelpicher/sets/pencilmation-underscores
This piece initially began as underscore practice, inspired by a D&D ASMR role-play video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDYSy8SxhAo).
It was suggested on Twitter that I try to write something that sounded like James Horner. How'd I do?
I was up until 4am sketching this random doodle, which is clearly a film score cue for a movie that doesn't actually exist.
A quick little sketch before bed.
Brass trio for Trumpet in C, Horn in F, and Tenor Trombone.
I originally set out to write overworld or hub music for an imaginary video game, but I think this ended up being more suited for a main menu. What do you think?
Doodle from last week.
This might be the most "me" thing I've ever written.
I wrote this on December 4, 2021, hence the name.
My contribution to the Ponies at Dawn album, "Aurora".
Here's something resurrected from 2017. This was a joke piece for trumpet ensemble that mimics the faulty connections in a broken pair of earbuds (something I was dealing with at the time).