Song for Tony – original piano song by Geoffmobile from Vancouver Canada

Here’s Geoff from with a live performance of his original song “For Tony”, composed in February 2013.

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For the MP3 of this song (free download), please visit:

For the High Quality WAV file, and sheet music (original score) please visit:

Recorded on March 3rd 2013 in Vancouver BC Canada.

This song is available under Creative Commons Attribution license:

“Song for Tony” is an original composition by Geoff Peters © 2013
and is available under Creative Commons Attribution license.

If using or remixing this song, please give credit to “Geoff Peters” and provide a link to Geoff’s website:

Tempo: 135 BPM (I had a headphone in my left ear with a metronome, and I played according to this tempo during the performance).

For more information please email Geoff Peters at
Vancouver film composer Geoff Peters is available for hire for Film Scoring and composition projects worldwide. Currently accepting new projects!


Technical notes:

Piano: Acoustic upright Petrof imported from Switzerland by Yonatan Torn

Camera: Canon EOS T2i with Sigma 30mm F1.4 lens. Kodachrome picture style, manual white balance.

Recorded using two Zoom H1’s (one on piano as shown in video and another connected to a Sennheiser ME-2 Lav mic for my intro voiceover).

Audio processed using Audacity, SC4 compressor, W1 Limiter, Equalization, and High pass filter (not in that order).

Video edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 (legal) on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).

Audio synced with video tracks using Pluraleyes from Singular Software (fully licensed).

The intro and ending synthesizer music was created and performed by Geoff Peters on his Roland Gaia SH-01 synthesizer and is available in the video below:

Thanks so much for watching and hope you have a fantastic day!! :D

All the best and bye for now :)

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