Songs on Spotify: 493




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 4th May 2023:
A double release! Today I release two new albums at once. The first one are an EP with songs that was removed from the latest Gammis album. I removed them mainly because I thought they deserved their own themed release. These songs are about traffic sense and driving issues. Sometimes it feels like I could write a song about peoples incompetence in traffic every time I put myself in a car - you feel me?

The second album is a nerd chills album with songs made for a game that I worked on back in 2017. I didn't want my work to get totally forgotten even if the main programmer abandoned the project.


Game Music.
Started in 2017, released in 2023.


How do you signal inside a roundabout?
Songs recorded in 2018, released in 2023.
- Gammis

News 3rd Mar 2023:
The first update of the year! Hi, it's time for another album to get dropped! This time it was Detached Ignorance turn, which meant a lot of production work for me. I'm happy with the result though, and I think that I've reached jet another level in my mixing and mastering knowledge. I got a new record with the song "Who are You", but not the kind of record that I'm proud about. I saved it as 40 different versions before I finally got tired and released the album even if I felt that "Who are You" could be mixed and mastered better still. I am proud of the guitar solos on that track however. Big thanks to everyone who helped me listen to the sound of the tracks and even bigger thanks to the guest artists: Promise To Panic, Ahnna Guthler and Lemonride. Thank you!

Same as You:

Various Rock, right?
Songs written in 1999-2021, released in 2023.
- Gammis

News 30th Dec 2022:
Happy new Year!
Another year is coming to its end and as per usual it’s time for me to summarize my achievements. The first feeling that comes up is happiness. 2022 has been a joyful year for me as a musician. It has been a creative year. It has been a productive year. It has been another year full of learning. There has also been a lot of feedback and some fun surprises when it comes to my audience.

The numbers:
I’ve taken a slight step backwards in productivity compared to last year when it comes to finished song projects - with 33 songs finished (2022) compared to 44 (2021). But I have a lot of songs nearly complete that will get finished in 2023 so that number is a bit misguiding. Some years are more about finishing existing projects rather then starting new ones, but I feel like 2022 have been a year of both. I’ve officially released 4 full albums, 2 EPs and one single over the year. All songs released this was: 52. I’ve started new song projects in logic 149 times in 2022. That is one more song started in a DAW then the year before. The numbers of ideas recorded on my Dictaphone are too many to count at this time. The most frustrating part of the year (but still pretty fun at times) has been trying to sort all those Dictaphone ideas.

The Songs:
Some songs released in 2022 have reached their full potential and made me really happy. Some didn’t deliver what I hoped. Some songs became dearer to me after release when others showed their appreciation. 2022 top three songs for me:
1.    New wave of Fire
2.    Full Circle
3.    Ronny Cyklar till Norge
Most disappointing was: Den Sociala Hierarkin, a song that I released just to get done with the album rather than taking my due time with all the tracks.

The Response:
The first time I ever tried to promote any of my songs via a promotion service was in 2022. Because of this, my audience have grown with several hundred percents for a couple of projects, namely Gammis and Detached Ignorance. But one funny thing is that Detached Ignorance started to grow a lot even before I used any service because of one the songs making it into some playlist in USA all of its own. Another funny thing is that two other projects - that I haven’t tried to promote yet (Nerd Chills and KondensKungen) - have made themselves an audience on their own throughout the year. As of today, Detached Ignorance has a growing group of listeners in Brazil, USA and in Japan. Nerd Chills grows the most in USA and Germany. KondensKungen grows the most in USA, Australia and France. And Gammis had 88 different listeners from my neighbouring town Stockholm the last month. I will always produce music since it is my passion. So it’s not vital for my music to get recognized. But it is cool. It especially warms my heart when someone reach out and write to me about what one of my songs means to them – thank you again!

The Tech:
I have become more familiar with my new mastering program: iZotope Ozone. It has helped me to complete my tracks a bit faster then before and made a slight improvement in sound. The biggest step I’ve taken as a producer this year, however, is not in the mastering department. I’ve finally reached some core understanding when it comes to fabfilters Pro-Q 3 and its dynamic EQ side-chain possibilities. This great revelation came late in 2022 so none of my previous releases have any of this. In my coming releases, however, I hear the technique in action clearly.

The Future:
So, looking forward, what are my thoughts about next year? As a producer I still have a long way to go until I reach the perfect sound for all my songs, but the latest step with dynamic EQ side-chain will be a game changer to many of my rock songs. I will try to learn a bit more when it comes to stereo mixing, mainly how to bring some sounds out to the sides while vocals, bas and core drums still cling to the middle. I will try reaching this using the pro-Q 3 and a new program for me: the bx_solo. I will not say for sure, as these things have a way to change over time, but I see a couple of releases for both Nerd Chills and Gammis during 2023. The first release, however, belongs to Detached Ignorance. And that’s a promise.

- Gammis

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