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I'm Gammis. This is my homepage. I make music for games. I've composed over 1000 songs and tunes over the years and it seems that I'll never stop creating, I'm just one of "those" guys I guess. My main goal with this page is to easily show some of my work for my future co-workers in the gaming industry. It is also a space where I intend to gather all that I've created over the years, just for fun. I hope that you will enjoy your stay!
- Gammis

News 20th Oct 2021:
Hi there. A new album is out and I can gladly move on towards the next few projects in line. This one sound a bit better then my older albums in my opinion. A great deal of that is due to more focus in the mastering process. It's hard to be the artist, the recording technician, the mixer AND the master engineer of the same songs that you once came up with and recorded on your Dictaphone. But with great tools it's apparently possible. I switched over to iZotopes Ozone while mastering and I believe it gave great results.

This is the third of four albums in a planned collection with ideas I've recorded on my Dictaphone over the years. I collected them all in 2018 and started to work out some structure to the songs as well as writing out the whole lyrics and so forth. It was a really exiting project at that time and I promised myself that I would see it through until the end. Now, however, I have so much more material recorded that I could expand the collection with a few more albums with ease. The idea was first to sum up these Swedish songs into different feelings, making the album color represent the mood of the songs. After a while I realized that the mood idea wasn't going to happen. Instead I've sorted them in a different way: The first album was the red one, and it was the one containing the more serious and, frankly, depressing songs. The second one was the yellow album which contained a lot of the more "brain dead" songs, if you will. Now, here's the blue one, and the theme of this one is: job. I've had my night time job in more the 10 years now and I've learned a lot about people in these years. Almost all the song ideas for the album were either recorded at work or handle my thoughts about my night time job or the work we do to get paid in general. I'm particularly content with track 9.

Introvert Tankemsedja:

Work it baby.
Project started in 2018, finished in 2021.
- Gammis

News 10th May 2021:
I finally did it! After lying almost entirely idle and 99% done for half a year, I finally did some of the last tweaks to this "baby" and then released it. I started with the album in the spring of 2020 as a side project. Soon it became clear that it would be the main project of the year and indeed my "2020 baby". After approximately nine months it was ready for release. But I wanted to wait a bit longer for more mastering inspiration. Instead I got Covid-19 and didn't touch my studio for two months. Then the project grew cold on me. To be honest I really feel that I could have mastered it better in some "ways". But every time I've opened the songs this year, I've lost track of what those "ways" would be and instead I've winded up with a feeling of wanting to move on. I guess that I should have sent it to some professional mixer/master-er, But that would have cost me... I'm not there yet. I'm still really proud of my "2020 baby" and I hope that you'll take your time and listen to the tracks. I want to thank Salah Fatah for singing the choir on "Love Communication" with me. That contribution means that I didn't do everything on this album entirely alone, so thank you!

Fun fact: The only song on "Half Emptiness" that wasn't entirely made in 2020 was the song "Cut Out My Eyes". That song was written in 2004 for the band Mutual Edification. I wrote it at home but formed it together with the band at the spring rehearsals before our summer tour that never got to be. Since then I've never recorded even a little memory note from this song - until now. It feels really cool to be able to remember songs in this way and then make the song "real" almost 20 years after it was written. I have another song just like that in mind for a coming Detached Ignorance release.

Half Emptiness:

Back to the roots of rock.
Project started in 2020, finished in 2021.
- Gammis

News 16th Mar 2021:
Yo! Lately* I've been focusing a lot on the mixing and mastering parts of my productions. It has been interesting and I think that I've learned a lot under a short period of time. But it also has it's costs. It has been impossible to put the amount of work that is needed into all of my projects, which in turn injures my creativity. So I decided to cut down the fine tuning parts in some of the projects. First in line was the KondensKungen albums. While making song within these projects, I just create without a particular goal for each track. So, now I won't put to much work into making them sound the best that they can. It's just a pile of piled up creativity, really. This time I only used samples starting on the letter F. I'm happy for the help I got from my kids, my brother and my friend Zigge. Thank you!

Finn Fem Fel:

Experimental and Instrumental..
Project started in 2019, finished in 2021. *Lately: the last couple of years :)
- Gammis


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