SPECIAL PROJECTS

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Maze-Ing - A Contemporary Dance Production

DF Tram's inaugural sound design and music for the contemporary live dance production, Maze-ing, in Zagreb, Croatia.  A special application of his signature use of field sound recordings and music to create the atmosphere of a night at a nightclub--from the club to after party.  This is the opening “maze” scene with an original ambient music and sound design (footsteps of the dancers recorded during rehearsals).

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Once Upon A Time - A Tribute to Ennio Morricone

A beautifully moving, artistic musical journey that pays proper homage, as only DF Tram can, to the late, great Maestro Morricone.  His enormous and brilliant body of work left an indelible mark on the world of film and music, and was greatly formative in DF Tram's development as a musician and artist.

 

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History Listen - 9/11 to Trump NFT 
 
Unreleased DF TRAM track "Twin Towers" from the "History Listen: 911 Project". Unlockable content includes the full "History Listen: 911 Project" audio (Not available anywhere). Featuring actual sounds from the time, including music, news reports, first responder transmissions, and political addresses, this piece takes audiences on an audio journey that begins with the attacks on 911 and continues forward to the election of Donald Trump. This piece was exhibited at the Smithsonian Hershhorn Museum in Washington DC in 2019. 

The Great Movie Remix

 

An Audio/Visual project that includes audio, sound design, movie themes, film promos, and soundtracks, into a seamless mix, or "movie."  In the spring of 2013 I set about creating a 'Movie Mix' . I had done mixes with cinematic themes before. But this time I wanted to take it a step further. To mix audio, sound design, movie themes, film promos, and soundtracks into a seamless mix or 'movie’. My idea was to somehow put the films in a different context. Like a DJ mix, but with movies. The result was even a surprise to me. It was like a film but with no visual aspect. I released the mix, and received a lot of nice feedback from it. The mix was subsequently heard by visual artist Cal-TV. He suggested putting together the video and clips from all the films and samples I used in the mix. I thought this was a brilliant of him to suggest it, as I was hoping for someone like him to come along and do the accompanying visuals. It turned into a true collaboration. His vision would help make my dream a reality.

 

–DF Tram