Suspense/Action/Horror Scoring Cue exercise

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  1. Andre LaFosse

    Andre LaFosse Member

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    Trying to dust off my film/video scoring chops with this one. Not the most typically TGP-centric music, but there's two different Reverend USA guitars involved here (an Avenger TL with Kinman pickups for the chimey arpeggios, and a chrome Slingshot with P90s for the melody bits).

     
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    sounds great to me
     
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    Thanks! Much appreciated. :)
     
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    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    niiice! really excellent.
    dude!
    i thought there might have been — i kinda wanted to hear, i mean! — a spacy breakdown (for dialog) in there, somewhere, maybe after the first couple iterations of section B dynamic ramp, then back to section B for the rest of that big build-up (as is).
    drama!
     
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  5. Andre LaFosse

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    Thanks very much for listening! And that's an excellent call, re. a breakdown.

    I'm still learning my way with this (and so much other!) stuff, so the feedback is always deeply appreciated.

    Thanks as always, d00d. :)
     
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    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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