Very enjoyable work, Nick! Ever consider doing this for a living? I love the dramatic, heroic feel of \"Turning of the Tide.\" (I, for one, hope the mega-scores stick around for a long time) What was that sweeping, rising sound at the end? And was this ALL QLSO? C\'mon, you can tell us!
About how long from start to finish does it take you to complete a trailer job? Do you sit down and work it all through until it\'s completed or do you work on other things at the same time when you get brain fried?
Personally, I like to start something and try to finish it compositionally, then I\'ll wait a day to mix it to make sure I still like it the next day.
From what I\'ve heard I\'d say the orchestra was QLSO Plat along with some Stormdrum later (maybe). I recognized a lot of QLSO sound there, tho... and btw, esp in the beginning, I think some attacks are a bit unrealistic [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] (not that my cues are any better but, well [img]graemlins/tounge_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] )
Hey thanks. It\'s all EWQLSO, with a touch of Stormdrum and Post Bosendorfer 290. Yes, all this trailer music is written in a certain way that makes it edit friendly. Maybe someday I\'ll get to score a film before it\'s too late and my brain permanently fuses into advertising mode.