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Stefan Dickenson

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My first interest in music was when i was 14, i started out playing guitar. Later on when it was time to leave school, i had been playing for a number of years and decided to join a collage course in music.
During this course we were giving an assignment to put audio and music to our own choice of film.
While working on these projects in protools i got very enthusiastic about composing orchestral music, I was enjoying composing so much that i actually bought protools and a midi keyboard so I could do it at home. after showing people the videos I'd made it was interesting to see their response, I noticed how easy it is to influence people's emotions with music. The concept of 'toying with peoples emotions' with orchestral music amazed me, how easy it is to change the way someone looks at a scene in a movie.


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