Composer Jan Morgenstern Sponsors Orange

  / by Ton

We’re very happy to announce we found a brilliant composer for the Open Movie. Jan Morgenstern will provide all music and the full sound effect editing for the project.

His studio Wavemage was founded in 2003 in L√ľneburg (Northern Germany), after doing freelance music and sound design for some years. Wavemage’s mission is to provide soundtracks, sound design and audio post-production services for interactive entertainment, film, tv and advertising productions. Among past customers were Elkware/Infospace, Airbus, Native Instruments, Eastwest/Quantum Leap and Music by Design Records.

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10 Responses to “Composer Jan Morgenstern Sponsors Orange”

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