Damon Schwabach-Morris is a multi-disciplinary sonic artist, with high-level competency as a Singer, Composer, Sound Designer, Instrumentalist, Conductor, and Audio Engineer. He assisted composer Jonathan Kawchuck on the CBC Feature Documentary "Carbon: an unauthorized biography," as well as other scores.
Personal Composition credits Include "Aria in Blood# Minor," (Best Music award at 2012 Bloodshots horror festival,) "Artistic Vision," "Mime Vs. Clown," and "Support your Local Video Store" for Raven Song Pictures, as well as Sound Design for the indie game "Press X to not Die" available on Steam.
Studying composition with Giorgio Magnanensi, Jon Korsrud, Adrian Ellis, and Robbie Teehan was crucial in developing a contemporary, cinematic, organic sound. Drawing on a wide variety of bizarre and baroque sources: early music, world percussion, field recording, and creative improvisation, Damon creates vivid holographic sound environments for games and cinema.
EXPERIENCE / ABILITIES
Action, Animation, Children, Comedy, Commercials, Documentary, Drama, Educational, Experimental, Horror, Industrial, Lifestyle, Movie of the Week, Musical/Opera/Dance, Science Fiction, Series - Episodic, Series - Mini, Variety, Video Games
Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Lyricist, On-Set Music Consultant, Orchestrator, Programmer, Songwriter, Sound Designer, Synthesist
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UNIQUE EXPERIENCE / INFORMATION
Film Production credits include synch-music editing and playback for Kenny Ortega on "Decendants 3", Rupert Evans on "Charmed (S4.E5,) Micheal Lembeck on "The J team," Steve Carr on Disney's "Freaky Friday" musical as well as on-set audio design and recording for Drew Goddard on "Bad Times at the El Royale" with Jeff Bridges. Additional production sound credits include The Flash, SuperGirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Riverdale, Nancy Drew, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, and more.