Clément Desmers is a young composer for media living in the south of Paris, France.
Soundtrack / Trailer / Electronic
(and some Metal, Rock, Progressive stuff thrown in)

Daydreamer Music is the name of a personal project ran by a 20 year old young man from a small french town near Paris.
He studied music theory during seven years at the municipal music school, then learnt to play classical guitar and later electric guitar, and often played piano by himself.
He started to write music several years ago, using computer based softwares and techniques to create cinematic cues and tracks inspired by the work of so many great composers.
Nowadays, he's planning to attend a music school oriented towards movies and media soundtracks, sound design, and music production.
It may sound a bit cliche but my music is the expression of some inner feelings, some concepts, ideas and emotions I wanted to bring to life through art.
I am trying to stay true to these ideals and to bring something that could interest people, painting different universes and soundscapes using a big palette of sounds and different approaches to the notion of soundtrack music.
I am obviously influenced by many artists, musicians but also writers, photographers, as well as actors and directors.

I hope you'll find something that speaks to you in my music.
Feel free to listen to my work on this page and to contact me if you're interested.
Contact me at:

Daydreamer Music   Clément D., Paris, France

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