Author Archives: Gabriel Hudelson
Long time no post; along with marrying the love of my life and settling in to the blessed estate of marriage, I’ve been working on creating orchestral background tracks for vocalist Jacob Pennington. I am so excited about the opportunity … Continue reading
Yesterday night, I asked a girl to marry me; a girl I don’t deserve; a girl I can’t begin to thank God enough for; a girl I cannot wait to share the rest of my life with. What’s more, she said yes.
Wow, what a year! Praise God. Looking back on 2014, it’s thrilling to see the things that God has brought to pass. I’ll start with the most recent: I had a fantastic experience this year working with Monitogo Studios on … Continue reading
The next album from Resounding Music features vocalist Faith Evangeline Phillips lending her voice to seven original orchestral compositions by Gabriel Hudelson. God willing, this album will be released on Black Friday (November 28th), 2014. Members of this group will be … Continue reading
Here’s a taste from the upcoming album “The Womb of The Dawn.” This is a rough Behind-the-Scenes preview; the orchestration is very nearly complete, but the vocals are a practice track Faith sent to me which I threw into the … Continue reading
Cover art and design by Matthew Sample II.
I’ve heard almost incessant raving reviews of this film (I think I heard one person say they didn’t get what all the hubbub was about), but I have some trust issues when it comes to movies. And films like this are … Continue reading
This article was originally written as a guest post for friend and fellow composer Bradley Jamrozik of Orchestral Story Studio and has been re-posted here with permission. Filmmakers pay incredible attention to the details, because within the details lie authenticity. The coffee … Continue reading
Just to get the excitement going a little bit.