Friday, October 28, 2005


Welcome back!

Today, October 28th, the new update of Forgotten Hope mod will be ready to be played! This version (0.7) includes a lot of new features which confirm this mod as the best mod for the old EA's Battlefield 1942 game.

If you don't know anything about this mod you can download this amazing video released to present the 0.7 version. ¡¡You'll love it!!

As I've said before here, two of my songs have been included in this new release, as menu music and loading map music. I hope you like it FH fan! and please give me some feedback in the FH forums if you like or dislike it ;)

You can listen my music for free going to 'Stream or download my music' and pressing the link 'Hi-Fi' or 'Lo-Fi' in each song. You can download the mp3 too if you want, but you'll need to create an account in my music host (is free and fast to do). In the next days I'll try to get a free to download the mp3 versions directly.

See ya soon!

Monday, October 17, 2005

My method & tools to create music

Hi folks!

a lot of people has asked me in forums or emails about my method to create music. Of course, some of these questions were about the hardware & other tools I use to do it.

So, I've decided to share my secrets with you :-)

I'm not John Williams or Michael Giacchino (no doubt about that, hehe), but may be for some of you this information will be interesting or useful. Or not :-)

Anyway, during the next weeks I'm going summarize my experience as amateur player & composer and write about it.

Stay tuned!

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Greetins from musician of famous game 'Commandos'

Great news!

Eduardo de la Iglesia, musician involved in the development of the famous games saga 'Commandos', and the incoming 'Lord of the Creatures' game, has writen a nice post in my Soundclick's message board:

' Hi Rantam!!
WOW!!! What 3 songs!! Sounds Really, really fine!!! This themes should be on the "Medal of Honor" Videogame!!
Sounds REally nice. Very good compositions and nice orchestral sounds!!!
Keep the good work!!

Thanks mate! I'm glad to read this comming from somebody like you! :)