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    Some Sort of Suspense Cue

    This started as an exercise in rhythm and phrasing and it turned into a suspense cue of sorts.

    Shapeshifter

    It's a little over a minute in length and utilizes brass, strings, and lots of percussion.

    Please give it a listen and let me know what you think.

    Marko
    Last edited by Marko; 07-09-2006 at 09:52 PM. Reason: spelling error in title

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    Re: Some Sort of Suspense Cue

    Marko,

    Great!!! Excellent!!!

    Would love to hear more...

    Regards,
    Marek
    Last edited by MMR; 07-14-2006 at 12:05 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Re: Some Sort of Suspense Cue

    Thanks Marek. I'm glad you enjoyed this. It's probably not for many people's taste, given the rhythm and phrasing.

    Marko

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    Re: Some Sort of Suspense Cue

    Quote Originally Posted by Marko
    Thanks Marek. I'm glad you enjoyed this. It's probably not for many people's taste, given the rhythm and phrasing.

    Marko
    I also enjoyed it a bunch. Cool Cool.

    Belbin

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    Re: Some Sort of Suspense Cue

    Marko,

    For me especially rhythm and phrasing are excellent! Would love to know more how you did it. At least what libraries you used... Realism is pretty impressive here.

    Marek

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    Re: Some Sort of Suspense Cue

    Thanks Belbin.

    Thanks again Marek.

    I used EW Platinum pro xp samples in a combination of close and hall microphone samples. I'd like to load up the stage mics too to get a more symphonic sound, but I have not tried it yet and don't know if my computers have enough memory.

    Marko

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