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    Quote Originally Posted by Texture

    BEST MUSIC

    1. Similo
    2. A Briefcase
    3. Pandora
    4. The Sequence
    5. In the Beginning
    6. Tipper vs The Red Hornet
    7. Robot Trouble
    8. Bass Cop
    9. Dead Inside
    10. Signal Decay
    Texture,

    Thanks for the high mark! Glad your enjoyed the Pandora Score. You can actually hear the whole thing at http://www.rmistudios.com/ScoreSamples. It's an extended 9minute version of the score. I actually scored the longer one first and then had to cut it down for DVX, but it cut out all the bext cues!!!!


    C.R.


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    Yeah, I hope to have the full cut up shortly ... just a few small tweaks to feel completely finished with it.

    Chris, I need those tracks for the 5.1 mix!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMI Studios
    Texture,

    Thanks for the high mark! Glad your enjoyed the Pandora Score. You can actually hear the whole thing at http://www.rmistudios.com/ScoreSamples. It's an extended 9minute version of the score. I actually scored the longer one first and then had to cut it down for DVX, but it cut out all the bext cues!!!!


    C.R.
    Top notch stuff, only undercut by the limits of a schedule no doubt as tight as a banjo string. But so it goes for scoring. I dabble in this stuff a bit myself and I know nearly every project I was ever involved in was never quite satisfying as a personal achievement, cause #1. The was no budget for a real orchestra or other performers and #2. Its incredibly hard work, with limited time, to massage and mold a 'sampled' orchestra software instrument to sound convincing. Luckily, my client's can't seem to tell...

    You did a great job! I'll explore your link further.


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    Did I say undercut? Well shut my mouth I just listened to your link!

    Bravo maestro, Bravo!

    This soundtrack is fargin amazing and deserves first place in a catagory all its own!

    PM me if you can. I'd like to know what instrument plugins you used and the like.

    Loved the violin solos.

    Loved the Indian Rock Idea - Very 'Kula Shaker' but heavier, have you heard 'Mystical Machine Gun?'

    I'm so jealous when I hear the work of a REAL musician...
    Last edited by Texture; 02-28-2006 at 05:57 PM.


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