Daniel Lippert | City in the Clouds (Single Version)

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City in the Clouds (Single Version)

by Daniel Lippert

Instrumental Ballad in 1980s style.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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Bremen-born Daniel has strong influences coming from instrumental and video game music of the 80s and 90s era. His greatest role models include many Japanese composers like Joe Hisaishi (Studio Ghibli movies), Takanori Arisawa (Sailor Moon, Digimon), Yasunori Mitsuda or David Wise. Therefore, Daniel's first arranging works, remixes, MIDI-conversions and compositions were mainly for video games. His first completed soundtrack for the game "Foobyland" (2009) has never officially seen the light of day, though.

Even in his early days as a self-taught producer, his works already had a notable sound quality. When he finished his audio engineer diploma in 2006, he was even able to add significantly to that quality. Starting from the beginning, he produced all of his songs himself. As a rule for technical production quality he uses albums from the 80s, while Michael Cretu (Sandra, Enigma) could be specifically mentioned as a producer.


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