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    [MUSIC] A Ghost In Love

    Hi people,

    Here is my new demo called "A Ghost In Love". This music describe a full story from the beginning to the (sad) end.

    I let you imagine the story

    A Ghost In Love



    Knowing that I have got a lot of problem with those who host my website, the link leads you to my soundclick page

    Enjoy it

    David.

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    Re: [MUSIC] A Ghost In Love

    Very nice Tchoyy. I hear a lot of Elfman in this. From me that is a huge compliment. Reminds me a lot of the Spiderman stuff. You have your rendering and mixing as good as it gets as far as I can tell. I think it's awsome. Kepp up the good work.

    Eric

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    This was great work!!!

    Definitely Elfman in chord progression...Yet distinctly unique.
    Allot of nice atmospherics too.

    What samples are the solo vocals from?



    Really liked this one! (...Not sure why it's not getting more feedback.)


    Terrific stuff!, David. (my kind of music)

    ~Jeff

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    Re: [MUSIC] A Ghost In Love

    Quote Originally Posted by jsp2
    (...Not sure why it's not getting more feedback.)
    The guitar is not turned up loud enough.

    Very good work, David. Any gigs doing a short/student film yet?

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    Hey man, dug it. There was definatly that Scissorhands referance in there...didn't hear spiderman though

    I actually wouldn't consider the ending sad at all, it was actually more uplifting than anything else. The only thing that I can recommend is a bit more variation on the violins and to bring the trumpets up more (the trumpets seemed like they where just turned down...alot). Otherwise, good juju man.

    James (who thinks the ghost should hook up with this guy: ...sorry had to use this somewhere)
    "PRODUCER TO ARTIST: I don't care if that grace note on the snare hit in bar 9085 works! This is dub 'n bass acid house penis, not ~~~~ing house dub 'n acid bass penis with a twist!" - Nick Batzdorf

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    I really like this! I envision a ghost that wants to reach out into the real world so badly - but is unable to do so. Well Done!
    I especially like the end (in the major key) that gives a sense of optimism - a nice contrast to the bittersweet, spooky thing.
    "So what if some parts of life are a crap shoot? Get out there and shoot the crap." -- Neil Peart
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    Thanks all

    I though you didn't like it seeing no comments

    Any gigs doing a short/student film yet?
    Well I scored a short movie, it will available for download soon.
    I'm actually scoring a french tv show, some sketches.
    I'm gonna score a short movie produced by warner.

    I'm always working with the same french film maker which is becoming famous in the short movies. Like Elfman and Burton

    What samples are the solo vocals from?
    The solo vocals and the final Choirs are from Symphonic Choirs, with K2 and some scripts.

    The guitar is not turned up loud enough.
    For my next demo, I feel like doing an hardcore industrial metal, something very violent

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    Sounds great! What orchestral samples were you using?
    Chris

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    Re: [MUSIC] A Ghost In Love

    Quote Originally Posted by tchoyy

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    The guitar is not turned up loud enough.

    For my next demo, I feel like doing an hardcore industrial metal, something very violent
    Uhh, err, when I said that, I was referring to jsp2's comment about your piece not getting more feedback. Get it? Feedback...the guitar is not loud enough...get it...?????

    LOL

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