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    Senior Member randin's Avatar
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    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.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxgJCX3bxV8
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    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.

    http://www.randingraves.com/demo/SumthinUpThere.mp3
    http://www.randingraves.com/demo/SumthinOutThere.mp3
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    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!


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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randin View Post
    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.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxgJCX3bxV8
    I would definitely recommend Randin.... he's very quick and responsive, EXTREMELY talented, and has years and years of experience and knowledge behind him. Definitely a great asset!

    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.


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    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.
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    I thought you did some good work in WestFest.


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    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.
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    Kudos! I thought you did a heck of a job as well.
    Nice work.

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    Thanks, MAH. Your film is of course gorgeous!

    RCG (doesn't really roll off the tongue like MAH)
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