Hi guys, I'm new around here after scoring MrSeth's Churhi for BetrayalFest. Hopefully he'll have me back if he jumps into this fest! But I wouldn't mind meeting some other folks on here, too. I've done one modernized spaghetti western spoof and would love to do a serious western. My track starts at around the 0:40 mark in this bit of youtube silliness.
Thread: Composer says Howdy
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03-29-2010 10:00 PM
05-29-2010 12:02 PM
Well, it seems composers are plentiful 'round these parts, but I thought I'd bump up my thread here and add a couple spooky paranormal-western tracks I did a while back. Catcha ya in the tumbleweeds.
05-29-2010 03:52 PM
Hey good luck with your search.
Funny about that youtube video. I met Bubba on the set of Master Chef back in March, we both played truck drivers. Really nice guy!
05-29-2010 10:07 PM
Actually, I haven't met him! We narrowly missed crossing paths in LA once. We collaborated with the magic of the internets. I trust I'll catch up with him sometime soon, though.
06-08-2010 01:52 PM
I don't really know if I want to do westfest - its all about the writing and i haven't really found a script that's motivated me to produce yet. If I do... I'd definitely get Randin to score.
06-09-2010 02:55 PM
Thanks, boss! I have gotten a couple responses now so am pretty happy. Two serious films that are shooting late June so will be in post the last few weeks before the deadline. I shouldn't do another serious one and won't take another that might require work in the last two weeks, but if anybody's got a comedy that will be ready sooner than that, I'd still be up for something different.
07-22-2010 04:10 PM
I thought you did some good work in WestFest.
07-23-2010 10:48 AM
Hey, thanks so much, Blaine. It's mostly fairly subtle stuff, so it's really nice to have it recognized.
I looked at it as a good exercise, to do three short western dramas within a couple weeks and give each its own musical identity. I think & hope I did that. If I did, no one would notice right away that the music was by the same guy, so maybe your post means I didn't succeed.
If anyone's curious, I scored Eidolon, Kinship & Lessons in Life and Death.