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OleJoergensen

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This isn't quite finished. I need to flesh out the middle section more....
This is cool David. Great transition to the rhythmic section. Is this straight out of Staffpad? The mix and audio is very good!
 

brandowalk

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A video walkthrough of my Pangea score. Pangea was written as a tribute to John William’s Jurassic Park Theme.

The StaffPad score is too tall to put on one video screen so I have broken it out into sections. I wrote this piece quickly for a contest, so the score is not as condensed and tidy as I would like. It will, however, give you an idea of what went into the tracks.

Make sure your YouTube settings are at 1080p (HD). Audio starts at 0:11.

Hope you enjoy!

Brandon
 
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Rodney Money

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A video walkthrough of my Pangea score. Pangea was written as a tribute to John William’s Jurassic Park Theme.

The StaffPad score is too tall to put on one video screen so I have broken it out into sections. I wrote this piece quickly for a contest, so the score is not as condensed and tidy as I would like. It will, however, give you an idea of what went into the tracks.

Make sure your YouTube settings are at 1080p (HD). Audio starts at 0:11.

Hope you enjoy!

Brandon
I really enjoyed this, my friend! It definitely is a true tribute to Williams style full of hope and optimism. I really enjoyed how the woodwinds would insert their voices providing little connecting runs and added flavor.
 

jadi

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A video walkthrough of my Pangea score. Pangea was written as a tribute to John William’s Jurassic Park Theme.

The StaffPad score is too tall to put on one video screen so I have broken it out into sections. I wrote this piece quickly for a contest, so the score is not as condensed and tidy as I would like. It will, however, give you an idea of what went into the tracks.

Make sure your YouTube settings are at 1080p (HD). Audio starts at 0:11.

Hope you enjoy!

Brandon
Indeed well done Brandon! Sounds profi!
 

brandowalk

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I really enjoyed this, my friend! It definitely is a true tribute to Williams style full of hope and optimism. I really enjoyed how the woodwinds would insert their voices providing little connecting runs and added flavor.
Thank you Rodney. JW is quite a genius of orchestration and techniques! In this type of piece with all the big brass, strings, and percussion, it makes sense to use the WW in this way for color. Also probably a lot more fun to play than pads! :)
 

Rodney Money

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Thank you Rodney. JW is quite a genius of orchestration and techniques! In this type of piece with all the big brass, strings, and percussion, it makes sense to use the WW in this way for color. Also probably a lot more fun to play than pads! :)
Exactly! I am definitely all about single instruments playing lines than just chordal pads. Great job again.
 
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