Junya Komori’s latest Epic collaborative “King of the Hunting,” includes a more dramatic soundtrack mood. The composition is orchestral, epic, and expansive.
Junya Komori is a Tokyo-based Japanese music composer. He is in charge of sound design and building, multi-instrument playing and recording, score editing, and video creation and editing, among other things. He also composes music and contributes to it.
He is cautious while developing hybrid sounds and avoids no-genre limitations because of Mr. Thomas Bergersen’s influence, which has both influenced and gratified him.
Introducing a track with a conceptual depth that’s likely to be individually distinctive for each and every listener who goes in – the Japan’s own Junya Komori gives forth “King of the Hunting,” an ambient, fascinating, and thoroughly intentional piece of music.
Junya Komori’s “King of the Hunting” offers an excellent beginning point, showing these elements throughout a complicated evolution that seems cheerful yet rooted in seen surroundings – the melody and chord pattern quietly evolve, and the soundscape brightens.
Without digging into the background behind the soundtrack, you can make out a clear evolution of feelings, and that’s the actual calling card of a musician undistracted and totally focused on the emotion of a composition.
Junya Komori’s “King of the Hunting” is a beautiful, fascinating, cinematic, and heart-warming composition.