The multi-instrumentalist, composer, engineer, and the founder of KJ Warriors Sound, Junya Komori, has composed a Cinematic piece of Epic Hybrid Pirate music, “Modern Pirate.”
Junya Komori activated the Project KJ Warriors Sound. He aspires to develop Independent Soundtracks such as Epic, Trailer, and Cinematics with no limitations and no reliance on TV Shows, Drama, Film, and Trailer Movies. This is aided by elements such as Melodic and Powerful Passions.
Junya Komori is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and engineer. His goal is to create Absolute Neo Orchestral Sounds that are NOT Limited by Genre or Stereotype. If you want to see the New World, you must be supported by the People, and he is eternally grateful to the Supporter.
Junya Komori is a name that sticks with you long after you’ve heard even one of his many pieces. His most recent work is far from an exception. The artist extends his reach even further by combining the deliciously hypnotic quality of his melodies with elements that help generate a somewhat fuller, more complex atmosphere.
These dashes of warmth add a sense of space within the piece, so rather than a simple and intimate solo performance – you get to witness something that seems much more extensive, with a broader wash of artistry and perhaps a slightly more intricate sense of depth.
Junya Komori is a pioneer of cinematic music, whether it’s a solo instrumental or a montage of events and instruments that underscore the underlying thoughts.
The composition is enthralling in a different way in this case — the stages of the story are developed more intensely, no less engaging, still suited to complement the darker periods of an epic drama.
“Modern Pirate” is an equally well-known and memorable piece of music – even after a significant amount of time has passed. As soon as you hear this song, you’ll be completely sucked into the world of the style and the feelings that are being conveyed.
Junya Komori has a unique way of expressing himself via music that makes him stand out from the crowd – something that is tough to achieve for most people, mainly when only instruments are used.