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Dragonsong Productions is proud to have been involved in every aspect of the audio post-production on the feature film, Haven's End from Blue Dusk Productions.  From dialog editing and ADR to sound design, mixing and even scoring:  We are responsible for every sound you hear in the film, and we hope you'll seek it out wherever you seek such thrills.

Thrillride Pictures

One of our favorite pieces of scoring is the PSA, Sanguino, from Thrillride Pictures, a silent film in the tradition of classic 20th century horror.  Rife with Theramin style melody and performed in real time to picture.  We had a blast making it, and hope you enjoy it!

A Thousand Word Pictures
Mad Roman Media

The funniest, and most heartfelt project we've been lucky to participate in comes in the form of the immensely entertaining and clever short film, Parked, from A Thousand Word Pictures and Mad Roman Media.  We are proud to have provided our ADR, sound design, music and mixing services to this award winning film.

Campbell Harrison

Admired among peers and fans for his illuminating storytelling and sticky melodies, singer-songwriter Campbell Harrison is naturally skilled at molding multiple genres into a style that’s both recognizable and very much his own. He’s able to take components of everything from swampy rock, to alt-country, to folk and indie pop, and create a sound he describes as “Neo-Americana”.

Alex Gannon

Alex Gannon developed his passion for music at a young age, inspired by the music of his father, Scott Gannon,  He lives and performs in Atlanta, where he earned a Master's Degree in music performance from Georgia State University.  His sound includes eclectic influences, 

covering genres such as classical, jazz, rock, blues and more.

The Ides of June

The Ides of June are an Atlanta-based rock band whose sound has evolved into one that uniquely fuses blues, southern rock and funk. Heavy rhythms Indicative of 70s southern rock, dual lead guitarists coupling flawlessly with classic rock chops, electric keys and organ that thicken the band’s texture, powerful vocals and thunderous bass lines merge into what can only be the music of The Ides of June.


Little is known about this eccentric trio, except that they traffic in heavy fnord music that warns against falling into webs of conspiracy.  Are they with The Empire?  Are they against The Empire?  No one knows for certain...Hail Eris.

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