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Brent Bain is an award winning composer having worked on live broadcasts as well as on film scores. His current studio allows him to fully sequence complex orchestral cues using some of the latest samples and technology. He is also able to fully orchestrate existing sequences for a live orchestra.

As a concert pianist, Brent has won several awards and has performed with several ensembles. Most recently he performed with the Thousand Oaks Philharmonic as a winning soloist in the Opus 25 Concerto concert. Performing with professional ensembles has helped round out his talents.

Password Protected Postings

January 14th, 2011 No comments

I recently made a significant improvement to my computer and sample arsenal … allowing even more realistic music, easier scoring, and a whole slew of other changes.

To help offset the cost of the new hardware I am setting up some password protected posts.  These posts will include past Christmas albums I have done, past arrangements that are now for sale, and other assorted items (including an upcoming choral and orchestral album).  If you run across a post asking for a password please contact me via the “Contact Me” link and we’ll set it up.  If this proves popular I might even upgrade the blog to handle that more automatically.

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New Website

September 6th, 2009 No comments

Welcome to Brent’s new website running on WordPress. It’s been several years in the making but there is finally a great reason to celebrate the new website! What’s that you ask? MUSIC!!! The website now has a flash music player that will be updated as projects are finished and other music is written and performed! We hope you enjoy the new website and if you have any questions feel free to contact us!

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