“Every single movie at one point or another presented an insurmountable problem and there’s a point where I go, ‘I have no idea how to do this.’” “That’s what we do: we try to tell a story as well as possible and try to figure out new ways that haven’t been done before.”
Interview with one of my very favorite film composers, Hans Zimmer.
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Quick improv piece I did a while back, playing with second intervals – check out other tracks over on Soundcloud.
This is a weekend project I did a few weeks ago. The concept was opening credits (usually 30 or 60 seconds) for a theoretical TV series about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and his work writing Sherlock Holmes novels. It’s scored for brass, strings and percussion (no woodwinds), and was a chance to play with Native Instrument’s Symphonic Brass and Strings libraries.
Testing SoundCloud posts… this is a piece I wrote while I was binging on Walking Dead – the characters refer to zombies as “geeks”.
I wanted to experiment with the choral voices were part of the Kontakt standard library.