Samuel Gossner is an American composer/arranger known for computer game scores such as Airscape: the Fall of Gravity as well as a collection of chamber pieces for brass and woodwinds, embracing the ideas of Romanticism while turning towards contemporary notions on form and melody. His work can mainly be found on exterior sites such as Newgrounds, but several of his scores may be found on IMSLP. In addition to commercial projects, he also does non-commercial scores for games and commissioned scores.

For his day job, Sam runs Versilian Studios LLC., a sample library development company known for their orchestral and ethnic instrument libraries, and works as a sound recordist around New England.

Notable Compositions/Scores

  • Score to "Airscape: The Fall of Gravity" (2015)- Full orchestral game score (approx. 45 minutes)
  • Score to "Primal Champions" (2013)- Full orchestral game score featuring renaissance instruments (approx. 14 minutes)
  • The Kingdom (2012)- Four-movement short orchestral suite
  • Score to Lost Existance (TBR)- A semi-ambient orchestral score
  • "A City Eternal" (2013)- Program music describing a trip around Washington, D.C.

Overall, he has composed over 250 original pieces, the majority of which may be found on his Newgrounds page (shown above) as digital audio files.

Additional Information

Website (Versilian Studios)

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