Music for Film, TV and Video Games


Music utilizing production elements

A big part of my sound is based on creating a score that will symbiotically live with the project, making it unique. I use unusual sound sources or traditional ones employed in unusual ways to create this. Often, this sources come from an on-screen source or something deeply related to the project.


Ukulele, strings and a metal stool:


Metal water bottle and strings:


“Knife Thrills”, cue from a slasher horror movie:


Steroid abuse movie. What happens when you go and record a bunch of weights in a gym:


Selection of tracks from film, TV and video game soundtracks


Yo Nunca

by Kevin Smithers

Music from the film "Yo Nunca"

Score written with sampled water cups


Monster Island

by Kevin Smithers

Music from the animated movie "Monster Island"

Thematic score written for orchestra and choir


En La Azotea

by Kevin Smithers

Music from the film "En La Azotea" (aka "On The Roof")

All sounds in the score were created with a sampled classical acoustic guitar


World War Toons

by Kevin Smithers

Music from the video game "World War Toons"

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Tempus Temporis

by Kevin Smithers

Cinematic drama trailer music album

Written for orchestra and choir

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