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Jablonsky-The Island (Lofi)

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Feb 4, 2008 | 12:35 AM EST
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3.5 MB
3 min 6 sec
3.37 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Hifi, slower-loading version also availible on my NG page.

If you've ever seen the movie, "The Island", you will immediatly recognize this theme song. It was used at the end of the movie. This song, to me, represents freedom. It was stuck in my head for days, and I realized that it came from this movie (it was also used in the trailer for Elizabeth: The Golden Age). Steve Jablonsky, who composed the original piece, also scored the soundtrack for the recent Transformers movie. He works closely with Hans Zimmer, who we know better has the composer for the Pirates of the Carribean movies. Also, Jablonsky has written the soundtrack of Desperate Housewives since Episode 4.

This is a VERY emotional piece, and I wanted try my hand at mastering in FL Studio. The copy that I have of the original song was not deep enough for my taste, so I remastered all of the instruments and the sound quality to give it more of a cinema-like atmosphere. It is meant to be played on a nice system, with a good amount of bass. I tried to balance it so that it would also play nicely on small speakers, but I don't know how that sounds in comparison to larger, more dynamic speakers.

The beginning of this song is really the only "remixed" part. I did it so I could post it on Newgrounds and not get shot, plus, I don't want to be stealing work. Pardon me if it sounds a little off, but it was supposed to give a hint of everything that is in the main part of the song in a short space of time, and then fade into the actual song, which is hardly remixed at all.

The soundtrack that contains the original music is availible on Amazon, just search for "The Island". Thank you for listening!


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