So I’ve been trying to find out what the music from The Inner Life of a Cell (sometimes referred to as The Inner Life of the Cell). I’ve been searching online with queries involving soundtrack, music, audio, background, but with not much luck.
However, I did find the lead animator John Liebler (who goes by the alias Manfrog on these forums). I sent him a PM and left a message on the thread: Cellular Visions: The Inner Life of a Cell and here’s his response:
Thanks! The music was composed, performed and recorded by Matt Berky. His company is called Massive Productions. Check him out at:
He does most of the sound work for XVIVO. He always does an amazing job!
You can also visit John Liebler’s homepage: MESHandBONES.com
Visiting Massive Productions, I find that the piece used in the video has already won an award with that animation:
Massive Productions Wins 2006 Telly Award
Judging has been completed for the 27th Annual Telly Awards competition and Massive Productions was selected by the judges to receive a 2006 Telly Award for Best Music Composition for a Non-Broadcast Film or Video. The piece of music was written for a three minute medical animation produced by Harvard Bio-Science. The 27th Telly Awards Competition received over 12,000 entries from the finest ad agencies, production companies and corporations in the world. It is a tremendeous achievment to be selected for recognition.
Below is a short segment of the award-winning piece…
Unfortunately, it’s just a 48 second segment, but still good nonetheless. They don’t seem to be selling the music unfortunately. I’ve sent them an email and hopefully I’ll hear good news.