I think I wrote this piece last week. It sounds pretty foreign to me… I don’t remember much of it at all. Nice, though! I think it is a nice piece. I know I didn’t write this for any specific film or game – it was just for me. Must have been in quite a state if I needed to make this one…
I generally don’t produce music for the mood that I am in, but rather the mood I want to be in. So, this is what I wanted to feel like last week!
Floating and grounding, this piece has a lot of bass guts but still a lot of reach on the high end. Perfect for retrospectives, automobile time lapses, drunken frat parties (black and white), and studying montages.
When circuits throw a party, I imagine it sounds something like this. They can be a bit hyperactive at times. The super download comes with a more calm version at 120 beats per minute, and a crazy fast version at 180 beats per minute! All three versions loop perfectly, so you can make this as long as you need it!
You can download the full uncompressed version of this piece here.
Big broad sound certain to give a sense of rockin’ wonder! It switches back and forth between faster guitar-driven sections and majestic horn sections. I know – it sounds like it won’t work, but it totally DOES work. Just imagine motocross highlights to this! Or any extreme sport that would benefit from the use of slow motion.
Sparse and beautiful, this piece has a major change in tone at 2:27, moving to a more energetic feel without destroying what came before. Voluminous choirs support the piece at various moments. They also let the drums stand on their own.