Scoring for Deadlock: Initial Idea - Continued
published Thursday, 22 Sept. 2011, 13:50 by Reese
Sit back and relax (again) as we continue the music composing journey from the initial idea, and all the way to the finished music score in all its glory.
Please ignore quality issues such as low volume and mixing, it's work in progress and intended primarily as testing out various ideas as we progress with Interstellar Marines:Deadlock
Initial idea -> Composing-> Arrangement adjustments -> Mixing -> Mastering
- Read the last music blog here
The ideas continues
The continuation of the promised music development blog is finally a reality and welcome to the first (of many, hopefully) ongoing music updates and releases of Interstellar Marines music scores.
These updates will feature music which should be considered solely as work in progress, and is primarily just about trying out various ideas and establishing a continuously growing music library. So please bare with the lack of professional mixing (low volume etc. - there's no need for spending studio time and money if we haven't decided whether to use the music or not :)
- Sunshine, Batman Begins and Inception
- which basically means lot of synth's combined with traditional classical instruments. I've tried to use the two themes from Running Man and Bullseye as foundation, but using a slightly different approach this time.
Of course I have my own thoughts in regards to where these scores could/should be used, but I would like to get your feedback and ideas of where they might fit in regards to Interstellar Marines as a whole or Deadlock, and the musical style.
All the best and thank you for reading,
"Sound makes it real; music makes you feel"