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Would you go down this corridor alone?
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Uploaded: Mar 21, 2006 - 03:43:05 AM
Last Updated: Mar 24, 2006 - 08:43:42 PM Last Played: Jul 08, 2019 - 08:18:33 PM
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drakonis said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
Frankely speaking...
This is a very well-written piece of anticipation and anxiety. This is
definitely movie-background-type music, and in fact, reminds me a great
deal of Christopher Franke and some of his Babylon-5 background
music... a little more moaning echo-ey chorused voices and it would be a
dead ringer. Your typical ear for crisp clean production, good separation
of sounds, in space and pitch. Very good!
ttfn,
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BranDaMan said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
Frankely speaking...
thank you for your kind comments
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Industria said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
No way Jose'
In answer to your description... I would not go down that corridor. The
music and the picture go well together though.
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BranDaMan said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
No way Jose'
I am in total agreement *smiles*
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Audiologic said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
Nope
The tremelos really add to this one, along with the choir. Everything is so
subtile, but there. Especially the trombone? little rifs. Nice one.

Ben
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Audiologic said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
Nope
and yeah, from what drak said, if you added a very very tiny bit of subtile
whisper echoes, that would be awesome.

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BranDaMan said 4899 days ago (March 21st, 2006)
Nope
thank you for your comments, and yes it was a trombone..
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Keith O. Edwards said 4896 days ago (March 24th, 2006)
Where's the Denouemant?
A fine start, but not much happenin' here. I'm anticipating, but it don't lead to nuthin'. Written with obvious intent for a movie, but only a single scene appears.
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RickB1 said 4888 days ago (April 1st, 2006)
Where's the Denouemant?
Wonderful mood piece. I have to disagree with the the need for a
denouement; this is a color piece to capture a particular mood or scene. It
does not need to tell the whole story. I would use this to score any scene with
dramatic tension or suspense. Nice work. Where'd you get the choir?
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BranDaMan said 4888 days ago (April 1st, 2006)
Where's the Denouemant?
Agreed, yes this is strictly a mood peice. The choir came from Jam Pack 1.
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said 4889 days ago (March 31st, 2006)
Really..
...like this when I writing I must check back it's like a movie I close my eyes oOOOOo WOW heavy end my heart is bumbing great BranDaMan.
You got me.
Nice work....keep 'em coming
Sincerely
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Kenta

said 4331 days ago (October 10th, 2007)
No

I won't go down this corridor alone ... :-)

Music for movie , for moments where we know something bad is going to happen but the heroe doesn't know it ...

Very well done .

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