“Baroque” Heirs & Graces soundtrack

Leet Music composed the soundtrack to Heirs & Graces from Winter Wolves Games which was released recently. It’s a gay dating sim in a classical European setting, and the music prominently features a baroque style harpsichord on many of the tracks. The soundtrack is available for purchase on BandCamp.

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Interview with Tunecore blog

Matthew was interviewed by Tunecore’s music blog about LeetStreet Boys and the “otaku” music genre. Very happy to have this opportunity and how it turned out. Read the piece here!

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Leet Music scores Secret Agenda in classic Hollywood style

Leet Music delivered a vintage Hollywood film score (think Henry Mancini) for kinetic novel Secret Agenda. The process involved mastering it with a record player simulator plugin to makeĀ  it sound authentic. The soundtrack is available through Bandcamp. More about the project within…

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Seeds of Chaos releases Patreon demo

Developer Venus Noire released a demo for their adult visual novel RPG Seeds of Chaos, which is available via donation through Patreon. They are currently focused on raising funds in order to continue developing the game. Leet Music assisted with composition of 8 tracks for the demo. It was a really fun, enjoyable project to work in this dark, strange fantasy style.

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“Take The Ride” in song ATX contest finals

NEED YOUR VOTE! A song I worked on with 4TE singer Jeni Diaz is in the finals of a local contest. Please click on the link from the YouTube video and vote (get your friends to vote, etc.) on the landing page.

Send me a comment or email saying “I voted” and I’ll send you a free copy of the MP3 as well. Thanks for your help!

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Tunecore account reaches 1 million streaming plays

As confirmed by LeetStreet Boys, my Tunecore account has passed 1 million streaming plays through Spotify and similar services. Congratulations on this large number milestone!

How much is a million?

There’s been a lot of discussion about the pay for music streaming in the news. Does streaming help or hurt artists? What is fair pay? etc. I am offering an informal contest where anyone can guess how much revenue my 1 million streams has generated. The winner will be awarded a free song from my catalog. Feel free to guess in the comments, or by email or private message.

Spoiler: I don’t consider the earning from streaming to be enough money to finance making a 10 song album, let alone paying the cost of living for an artist.

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