In 1995, his third solo album, "Efsaneler", and in 1996, the symphonic album version of the play score, "Kuvayi Milliye Destanı", were released. With this work, he was awarded "Avni Dilligil Best Original Play Score". In 1999, his album "AVE" was released in the Netherlands by Eat Records. In 1997, he prepared the original scores of the movie "Bir Erkeğin Anatomisi", a film by Yavuz Özkan.
For Ankara State Theatre, he prepared the original play scores of the plays "Büyük Misafir" in 1996, "4. Murat" in 1997, "Kanlı Düğün", "Ya Devlet Başa Ya Kuzgun Leşe" and "Liola" in 1998, "Goya", "Balerin", "Aşk Öldürür" and "Kanaviçe" in 1999, and "Tanrılar Erkek Olunca", "Abelard ve Heloise", "Andora" in 2000, Ghetto (director: Erhan Gökgücü), Haydutlar (director: Selçuk Sazak), Sevdalı Bulut (director: Selçuk Sazak), Masallarda Yeniden (director: Cahit Çagiran) and Bir Ceza Avukatının Anıları (director: Cemil Özbayer) in 2001. He has prepared numerous scores within a period of more than ten years for the dramas and documentaries made for television channels, and currently continues to prepare. His essays were published in many art periodicals under the title "Visual Music". At the beginning of 1999, he made a contract with "Eat Records" in the Netherlands, and efforts for releasing his albums world-wide were commenced. Within the same year, he released his soundtrack album "ALBATROS" in Turkey.
He prepared the scores of the film "Kuruluş - Osmancık", which was re-edited as a movie for the 700th anniversary of the Ottoman Empire from the TRT television series directed by Yücel Çakmaklı. The scores of this movie was prepared, for the first time in Turkey, using "Multitrack Orchestral Dubbing" method, a method used for recording movie scores in Hollywood and Europe. For this method, in which electronic instruments are combined with actual instruments, a mixed orchestra was formed for the live recordings and this orchestra was conducted by Can Atilla. Can Atilla currently continues his works with many young musicians at POeM Müzik, his studio in Ankara.
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