Wednesday, November 19, 2014

FEATURING: Inspirational Video from Sweden - New Supported Employment Method

What if our music could help those with special needs to get a job? 
In order to raise awareness of a new supported employment method, Henrik Montgomery from Gothenburg, Sweden has made a short video featuring our composition Everything We Stand For:

NoHALC-metoden from NoHALC on Vimeo.

The text says:
"Our society is full of competence,  full of people who want to work, people who could contribute to development,  to our community but never get the chance. How long should they have to wait? How many resumés should they have to write? When will be their turn to take part in the creation of our future? We work to give everyone a meaningful life, a place to go to contribute and to grow".

The song seems to be meant for this kind of projects. We hope the video will inspire people to never let go off the hope of finding a decent job and thank Henrik for contacting us! Good luck with this noble initiative!

Friday, November 14, 2014

FEATURING: Niagara Falls Short Film

Watch this breathtaking short film by James Klapper featuring our composition On the Shoulders of Giants:

Showcasing the magnificent Niagara Falls, this video was shot on a Panasonic HS900 and edited in Premiere Pro. James kindly provided us with the link to his new movie, rated our composition 5 stars and commented: "Really love this track – excellent job!"

Thank you for using our services, James! Keep on producing these great documentaries!

Sunday, November 2, 2014

NEW RELEASE: Whatever We Were Before

We are proud to present to you a new addition to our "Inspired by Games and Movies" library. This is:

Free downloads:
SoundCloud (flac)
BandCamp (flac, mp3, aac, ogg, alac)
Google Play (mp3)
Jamendo (mp3)

Video download:

Contact Nicholas Standing:
Jabun Audio

Dragon Age games have always had some of the best soundtracks in the industry. Inspired by these visuals and amazing music we came up with our own composition dedicated to the fans and everyone involved in the production of this breathtaking series.

Monday, October 27, 2014

NEW RELEASE: The Remnant

We proudly present to you our brand new trailer music piece - The Remnant:

Based on the composition Remnant of the Distant Future, produced for the Newgrounds Art-Inspired Music contest, this remix retains the atomsphere of the amazing picture by Madstah, Ancient Spaceship.

This action-packed hybrid piece ignited by the dream of exploration of distant alien worlds is designed to be used in epic sci-fi trailers, superheroical fiction, videogames, etc. Fast-paced drums, electric guitars, full-blown orchestra and beautiful female vocals blended with the synths make up for a nice background to any action-driven visuals.

Special thanks to Nick Standing from Jabun Audio for his help with production and all the useful mixing tips!

The composition will be available from several marketplaces including: AudioMicro, LuckStock, AudioJungle, Catooh, Pond5 (unlimited option only) and Motion Elements (unlimited option only).

Monday, October 20, 2014

Game Way Studio: October News

Game Way Studio: October News: First and foremost, we've just launched our official website: . Whilst not rich in content and currently availa...

Friday, October 10, 2014

OCTOBER UPDATE: Trailer Music Contest, New Commercial Licenses, New Video, Equator D5, Jabun Audio, Apotheosis, Augury, Mental Omega

Alright, it's time for a new update on the things inside World Beyond. Here's a little rundown of what you'll find in this pot:

1. AudioJungle Most Wanted: Trailer Music
2. New video
3. Commercial licensing options for some of our Creative Commons pieces
4. My monitors arrived
5. Jabun Audio site launch
6. A new game by Lars Warink - Apotheosis
7. Card game Augury by Emily Hershey
8. Command & Conquer modification - Mental Omega

Sunday, August 17, 2014

AUGUST UPDATE: Beyond YouTube Releases, Videogames, Voice Acting, Summer Heat and Hardware Choices

The summer is coming to an end and it means there isn't much time left to accomplish everything we have planned to do. However, the two videos mentioned earlier have been uploaded to YouTube. Making them took a lot of time (and publishing took even more) because this time it wasn't just music production: many takes of voice recording for the Russian and English versions of the Becoming a Titan trailer went into that, I recorded quena for the first time and double tracked it with ocarina.

Nick helped a lot with the English text for the trailer somewhere in between diligently working on his orders. And when he was through, he came up with this awesome electronic piece that seems to have taken in all the warmth of this summer and many positive feelings you can read about in description.

The Oroliga RPG by GameWay Studio (which now also resides at

Saturday, July 5, 2014


So, what have we been up to this summer?

Nick has recorded some guitar parts for Skyreef City Theme which are very well done considering it wasn't the easiest job. Kudos to Sir Nicholas Standing and I'm now working on mixing down my and his material for the game. The idea for the city theme is to make 3 separate pieces that have the same structure but different arrangement so that when travelling along the Kingdom you can hear the tune changing, depending on the certain area of the city.

Also, the war theme has finally been composed for Skyreef. It's not ready to be inserted in the game, though, as it's lacking percussion and is yet to be divided into contextual parts. But that's a good start and, besides, Lars should be working on a secret video involving that very composition which, I believe, will turn out to be quite enjoyable ;)

The Oroliga project is yet another work front with several looped music pieces currently in production. Minimalistic and dark, the soundtrack is inspired by Kai Rosenkranz's Gothic 1-2 music. I myself can't wait to hear the compositions in the game. Hoping to see a playable build as soon as possible. Just like the game, the full Oroliga soundtrack will be a free download.

There is a new Celistic: Brascot-6 video in plans. The team is working hard on the game and mainly the NPC models and I think we have a few ideas on how to showcase the development process in a creative way.

At last, there are several fan-made compositions for being prepared to be published on the WB YouTube channel and SoundCloud. Two of them are already finished and connected with computers and titans. If all goes well, the third will be completed by the end of the summer.

That's about it for now. Follow the news on our Facebook and Twitter pages and until next post!


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

NEW VIDEO: Witcher's Tale

A talented video editor from Russia - VoprosiKira has created a video featuring our composition Witcher's Tale specially for Together we did our best to preserve that very unique atmosphere of the fantastic universe. Dedicated to all the fans of the Witcher series:

Thursday, May 15, 2014


I dedicate this album to my parents, who sent me to music school when I was a kid. I think they wanted me to be a singer or that I played the piano, but I ended up fiddling with a DAW in front of the computer. These people never criticize my music tastes whatever it is that I listen to, they are always very supportive and patient. I think they never forced me to study something I didn't want to with the exception of music, apparently (LOL). All the best personal qualities that I have are thanks to my mom and dad (and all the worst are my own achievements). I hope that one day I will make them proud of what I will have accomplished.

Also, since she's a big fan of the "How to Train Your Dragon" franchise, I dedicate the song "Brand New Day" to Sveta. The history and development of World Beyond as a soundtrack project began thanks to her and the music I come up with is as dear to me as she is.

Finally, big thanks to sir Nicholas Standing for participation, for his incredible skill, all the help and many pieces of advice.
Watch our music video "Brand New Day" on YouTube:


I posted earlier on Twitter that the composition Winter Legend wasn't in fact just a standalone single. I thought it was time for this project to go further and start publishing music that not only producers would find interesting, but everyone could enjoy and afford, in the shape of theme-based albums. I'm happy to announce that today the work on the Winter Legend album has been finished. As I'm writing these lines, I'm listening to the tracklist of 8 pieces, some of which were previously available only under royalty-free licenses. It also contains a piece you can download for free from the World Beyond SoundCloud page - Everything We Stand For. With this album you get the unspoiled .flac version and support the amazing British musician Nicholas Standing who recorded guitar specifically for this track. The playlist for Winter Legend is as follows:

1. World Beyond - Introduction
2. World Beyond - Winter Legend
3. World Beyond - Land of No Justice
4. World Beyond - Future Obscure
5. World Beyond - Showdown
6. World Beyond - Interlude
7. World Beyond - Brand New Day
8. World Beyond feat. Nicholas Standing - Everything We Stand For

That doesn't mean, however, that we're no longer producers-oriented. On the contrary, the Audiojungle profile will give you these tracks plus looped versions, vocals-free versions, logos and excerpts that may come in handy in production. Stay tuned and follow us on Facebook, Audiojungle or Twitter and you will not be disappointed.
Also, expect a promo-video for Brand New Day on our YouTube channel very soon.