Bryan Teoh is a composer, instrumentalist, and new media artist working out of Brooklyn, NY. His work often explores the relationship between acoustic/synthetic soundscapes, composition/improvisation, and popular/academic music utilizing custom software as well as instrumental work on the viola da gamba, cello, guitar, and piano. He holds a degree in theory/composition from The Lawrence Conservatory of Music where his studies of jazz and classical music were intermittently interrupted to independently venture into electronic music and contemporary studio technique. His work has been featured at the New England Arts and Culture Festival, Out of Sequence Electronic Art Events, and X in DC Multimedia Art and Design Festival. His compositions have been used in various contexts including film, video games, modern dance, art installations, theater, and documentaries. When not wading into increasingly esoteric areas of musical ephemera, Bryan enjoys cycling, posing as a coffee snob, referring to himself in the 3rd person, and attempting to make the perfect burrito.
About the Free Loop Project
All content posted in the free loop project is available for royalty free use unless otherwise specified. Work in this section is released under Creative Commons - Attribution - No Derivatives. This means you may include my music in your project (monetized or not) assuming proper credit is given, but may not remix any extant material. Light edits including fade ins/fade outs, editing of length, and anything else that enables you to make the material conform to your project is okay. If you would like to use any of my music, use the contact form to send me a message with the track number (GL###) and a description of your project and relevant links if possible. Don't worry, I approve all uses! This gives me the opportunity to see what types of music people find useful, how it's being used, as well as giving me the opportunity to make sure you know how to credit me to ensure free and legal use of my track(s).
These short samples also serve as an ongoing portfolio of various styles and genres I've worked in. The length of each track is purposely kept short as a constraint I've developed for the Sleep Facing West project. I prefer to write custom music for specific projects though, so please contact me if you'd like to discuss some contract work.