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Doing a score for No Country For Old Men at the moment (to add to the list of projects I have going on at the moment). This is the first sequence, called Pressure.
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Uploaded: Mar 10, 2016 - 04:04:44 PM
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davajonah said 1321 days ago (March 11th, 2016)
This is great, well up to your usual standard. I really like the strings you've got going beneath and the way you introduce them underneath the guitar/bass/clanking. Good stuff.

Interested to know why you're doing a score for this film. [A truly great movie btw] Is it just a personal project? As I recall, the film had very little that you could call a soundtrack. Maybe some opening/closing stuff, but the actual movie had virtually none.

Anyway, your own musical foray would fit perfectly into the film I think. Looking forward to hearing some more.
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DWL said 1321 days ago (March 11th, 2016)
An effective soundscape
Really well put together.

Wonderful use of dynamics.

Like Dave I'd be interested to know why.


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ConnieO said 1320 days ago (March 11th, 2016)
Certainly gets the imagination going.
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Philip18 said 1320 days ago (March 11th, 2016)
The title is apt. Powerful, surging piece. Interesting project, Nahum!
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FEEL said 1319 days ago (March 13th, 2016)
The start caught me by surprise
I do like that guitar instrument and the dives you're making. The synth fits well and seems to tame the composition.
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XMaramena said 1318 days ago (March 13th, 2016)
Thanks :)
Glad you like it.

I'm curious, what synths?
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PeterB7858 said 1317 days ago (March 14th, 2016)
Has a sense of menace and urgency that could work well as counterpoint against Javier Vardem's phlegmatic persona and the laconic, folksiness of Tommy-Lee. Interesting project. Thanks.
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Fire_Angel said 1317 days ago (March 15th, 2016)
A lovely menacing, fearsome air all the way through. Definitely an enhancement to any movie.
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grah3am said 1316 days ago (March 15th, 2016)
Excellent film music, and the type of stuff I listen to a lot for pleasure. Brilliant production.
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Warren Smith said 1315 days ago (March 16th, 2016)
Caught in that sensual music ...
Dramatic enough to wake up a drowsy emperor!

Of course, I'm thinking of William Butler Yeats' poem "Sailing to Byzantium" which opens with the line "That is no country for old men," not the movie.

Love those swooping bass lines - whatever they are made with.
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Monkaton said 1314 days ago (March 17th, 2016)
Very well done!
Good instrumentation and well played. As I was putting this to the movie I thought it was appropriate, although a slide Ry Cooder slide style would also be welcomed. Very well done though.
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Narad said 1314 days ago (March 18th, 2016)
Very cool work ! Bravo !
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