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Description : protools, VSL and east west strings, dark, scary, fantasy, great way to climax. Hope this might add a startling moment to a project, I was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. Hope to hear from you and Thanks for listening.

Scary String Crescendo by Roadwarrior has received 4 comments since it was uploaded.

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  1. Notsonorm
    Notsonorm on Wed 21st Jun 2017 - 4 years ago


    Reply by Roadwarrior

    Hey Notsonorm- glad you liked it, I like what you did with my music you kept the intensity up. Dave Kenney

  2. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Thu 11th Dec 2014 - 6 years ago Omnia - The Raven
    I re recorded Imitation poem toinght for my track, I'll probably post it to acapellas when I'm done, Poe's and Lovecraft's original texts are public domain (no longer copyrighted) Love these dark loops, always have use for them, please keep them coming :p Yes, that the version of A Christmas Carol I used 1951. The other one out of copyright is the 1935 version. I use alot of public domain works. Invocation has the scene from Macbeth with the 3 witches downloaded from Librivox, I turned it into a music track. I love music that tells a story, music is the universal language.

    Reply by Roadwarrior

    You have the right attitude. the raven was spot on. send me a link to your final project. see ya

  3. Nightingale
    Nightingale on Wed 10th Dec 2014 - 6 years ago

    Powerful story itself and I would say - the painting. On the level. Enjoying.

    Reply by Roadwarrior

    Hi Nightingale, If you like Poe I just posted a loop called The Cask of Armontillado, talk about a powerful story. Are you a composer, artist, etc?

  4. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Wed 10th Dec 2014 - 6 years ago

    Excellent :D I'm working on a track with a poem by Poe "Imitation" Look up The Raven, there's some great versions set to music.

    Reply by Roadwarrior

    Thanks for the comment, I also really liked your music, you tell a great story which to me is what music is all about. Did the Ghost of Christmas past use the Alister Sims version? Also I did not find the The Raven, I must have missed something. Let me know.

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