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1 min 29 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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My entry for the orchestral Mac13. It starts out kind of ominous and tense, but then suddenly decides that it wants to be all heroic and action-y. Who am I to argue? If you need a scene to go along with it, picture a ragtag team of super-powered teenagers sneaking into a heavily guarded compound, and then battling some terrifying super-villain (on top of a speeding train. That always looks badass), and maybe a dramatic heel-face turn at the end? I honestly didn't start with a story, I just hammered out some music. In fact, why don't you tell me what images it conjures up in your collective minds? Seriously. Let me know.

I'm definitely going for a classic Williams/Elfman/Hermann film score sound, but ultimately I think it ended up being a bit too disjointed, and the mix could certainly be better. Whatevs. It was fun to do, and I hope it's equally fun to listen to.

I used Logic Pro, LA Scoring Strings (awesome), Project SAM brass, and a whole lot of Kontakt 4's native library. Probably some other stuff too.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved it so much! Its diverse nature, its harmonies, the way it develops, the choice of instruments. Very cinematic and professional sound. Definitely 5 stars.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is incredible, I enjoyed every second of it!

I hope you become a composer for films someday, I'd watch anything with you behind the sound!

WoodTick responds:

Thanks! I've already scored an indie feature film and a couple of student shorts. I would love to do a big-budget film with a real orchestra someday, but then of course, so would most composers. Glad you enjoyed it!