I'm a multimedia artist and soundtrack composer who's worked with a variety of genres and has expertise in mixing and mastering music. I've composed over 6 hours of music so far.
Hey there! I'm a multimedia artist and soundtrack composer with a vast number of technical skills under my belt - if you've seen my videos or heard my music, you'd know that I take my work seriously. I've been making all sorts of digital and traditional art for over 10 years, ever since I isolated myself from the oppression of my family. I've since escaped and now live on my own in Pennsylvania. In this journey I've met many wonderful people and have molded myself into a highly skilled, professional individual.
Music was one of the first things I picked up in my journey. From ages 6-12 my father trained me an hour a day on the piano and taught me music theory. He graduated from the University of Connecticut with a masters degree in Music. I was so bored with it I swore to never touch a piano again - only to pick it up again at 17 when I tried Ableton Live for the first time. I've been composing music ever since, and the various things I explored whilst doing so provided the resources I needed to get my life off the ground.
I offer a variety of services relating to music, including composing for film & video games, mixing & mastering for music and podcasts, and more. The genres of music I've worked on are vast, but my primary style is soundtrack music akin to that of Gareth Coker or Two Steps From Hell.
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
ReviewsEndorse Lucas Masoch
Interview with Lucas Masoch
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: A lot of people struggle getting their mixes to sound right, and this is in part because of the quality of the equipment they're using. However, regardless of the headphones or speakers you use, Reference 4 is probably one of the best pieces of software you can buy as it neutralizes the coloring of whatever you're working with and can show you how your mix truly sounds.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on a cross between orchestral soundtrack and electronic music, though this changes over time. The genres I've covered so far also include post-rock, avant-garde, EDM, psychedelic, trance, ambient, environmental, trailer music, and more.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The work I do for my clients usually involves composing original themes based on their characters, stories, or games. After discussion about the topic of the music and the emotions it should portray, it takes me 1-2 days on average to come to a finished product.