"Indeed. Some were very funny and uptempo, some very serious, and some were more background and calm at a slower pace. Also, each different instruments people used affected the scores in unique ways. It was a very fun and educational experience."
"I enjoyed working on this film for the experience of writing for film.
My favorite part about working on this film was that I was able to have fun writing music for it and being able to use piano was helpful. I also really enjoyed checking out other…"
Blues, Classical, Electronic, Experimental, Film, Folk, Funk, Heavy Metal, Indie, Jazz, Musical Theater, Pop, Rhythm and Blues, Rock
I am interested in:
Composing / Arranging, Film Scoring / Soundtracks, Music Theory, Performing, Recording / Producing / Engineering, Songwriting / Writing Lyrics
My musical instrument(s):
Drum Set, Double Bass, Electric Bass, Guitar, Laptop, Piano / keyboard, Percussion
More about me:
Chris Aguayo writes and records all of his music himself, influenced by all kinds of rock, jazz, new age, and electric pop music. He is a uniquely talented musician who connects with listeners through his story-telling lyrics, emotional singing, and guitar playing. He also plays a handful of instruments including bass, drums, and piano.
"He plays everything you hear on his recordings, and impressively the songs do not sound disjointed at all. In fact, until I read that he played everything himself I would have sworn it was a full band. Everything flows well and sounds great." - The Ripple Effect
Chris was in bands since 12 years old. He played and wrote for the band Elodie from 2007-2011. Elodie released music for sale through iTunes and played select tour dates in NJ, PA, NY, & CT.
Chris moved his music studio to Coplay, PA in 2012. Since the move, he has reached #1 ReverbNation. Several radios and distribution websites have also reached out to Chris to air and distribute his first single, Don't You Worry. Don't You Worry peaked at #2 on MuseBoat Radio.
Throughout 2012, Chris also released two other singles, "Lost" and "Every Day." They also have been aired through Hamilton Radio, MuseBoat Radio, and other radios.
Currently, Chris Aguayo is working on a full-length CD. He has been working with Perry Montaurades (Grammy-Nominated) for the past year on new material.