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The Result of my HZ Mockup Journey (So Far)

artomatic

I compose with my EARS
Love and respect your programming/arrangements of HZ's stellar movie scores! Full of passion and emotion. Powerful but unobtrusive. Delicate but efficacious. Truly enjoyed the whole journey!
Much respect, Ashton.
 
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ashtongleckman

ashtongleckman

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What I think is: Why did you do this?

It’s tons of fun, rather challenging, and super informative. When you recreate music, you are essentially reverse engineering it to better understand how it was written. Doing mockups is sort of hitting two birds with one stone because it forces you to think about not only the musical elements like harmony and orchestration, but also the whole production. It’s also a great ear exercise, as I don’t have the scores to any of these.
 
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germancomponist

Senior Member
It’s tons of fun, rather challenging, and super informative. When you recreate music, you are essentially reverse engineering it to better understand how it was written. Doing mockups is sort of hitting two birds with one stone because it forces you to think about not only the musical elements like harmony and orchestration, but also the whole production. It’s also a great ear exercise, as I don’t have the scores to any of these.
I agree with you 100%. You learn a lot in this way.
 

tarantulis

Active Member
Hi all,

I just finished putting together a suite of music that over the past year I've arranged and programmed, from scores such as Interstellar, the Last Samurai, Inception, and more. It's been a huge passion project, and I've learned tons along the way.

I'd love to know what you think. :)

All the best,
Ashton




Great work, Ashton! Big fan of your tutorials and work.

-Dave
 

FourFour

Music Producer
It’s tons of fun, rather challenging, and super informative. When you recreate music, you are essentially reverse engineering it to better understand how it was written. Doing mockups is sort of hitting two birds with one stone because it forces you to think about not only the musical elements like harmony and orchestration, but also the whole production. It’s also a great ear exercise, as I don’t have the scores to any of these.
Totally agree, it is one of the best ways to learn. Much respect, Ashton.
Thanks for sharing!
 
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