Thomas Newman type cues? What about Carter Burwell?
No, \"I\" don\'t have one.... (yet) [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Just wondering if anyone here writes in a \"vaguely\" [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] similar stile?
BTW...I often wonder to myself if many composers don\'t get too caught up with making runs sound real and the whole real-ism aspect of mock-ups. I dunno, I just tend to gravitate more to amazing note configurations (what I like) vs fast runs and intricate counterpoint just for the sake of it being complex (sometimes that\'s what it sounds like to my ears... notes with no direction, no meaning or purpose). This may not be a popular view but I just wanted to express it. ****Not referring to anyone\'s work \"HERE\", just stuff I\'ve heard \"OUT THERE\" [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
So I\'m just wondering if anyone has something that is more of a \"freezing the scene sound\"? If so please post a link... [Thomas Newman is my favorite composer, I think because he gives his pieces room to breath. Each note seems so meaningful]
Also, anyone like the music for \"Adaptation\"? Speaking of which anyone got any whacky pieces that are Carter Burwell-ish?
Those are my two favorite works of late.... \"Adaptation\" and \"Road to Perdition\"