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Friday, January 11, 2019

Under A Distant Star


#EDIT I took off the "organic" beat" and replaced them with something easier to get a grip on.. I also took off the awful wall of sound in the end..

EDIT EDIT

Did one more edit.. Now starting to hate it.. :D Must... stop... editing...

EDIT EDIT EDIT

Wait.. One more thing.. Made the pizzicato's all play the same note in the
beginning which sounds better.. Now I am done.. Hopefully..

And took off beats from beginning..

#classic #filmscore

I began this morning by watching a break down of the Star Wars theme.. 

John Williams.. Yeah.. 


I began by making a huge virtual orchesta from the SSO by Mattias Westlund.. First I actually did the ending.. I love that orchestral wall of sound.. Even though it can get pretty tiring mighty quick.. 

Then I began making the odd beat.. Which works in the beginning.. But in the end.. Honestly.. This tune can not be hummed.. Which I guess would have been aim if it was supposed to stick in your head.. 

Well.. I was thinking after few hours of composing of going back, redoing 
the beats.. But being tired.. I was not up to the task.. 

There is something weird about those beats though.. I just scratched something down.. And even though in louder parts it may not work.. In the beginning and quieter parts that kind a organic.. Beat.. Works.. But in the end.. Yes, I wished everything would have been orchestrated around that melody.. 

Which was not to be.. 

Hope you guys like it.. The project name initially for this was, "Jar Jar Snowball Fight".. :D 

Antti

The project is made with FLstudio v 20.01!
(UPDATE)


 The FLP file is at: (80 Under A Distant Star.zip)  

It uses:

Sforzando by Plogue:


Is playing  Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra by Mattias Westlund
that you can download at:

http://sso.mattiaswestlund.net/download.html

The instruments used are written in instrument headers.

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