Description : This is my first real attempt at creating a classical song, even though it sorta turns unclassical near the end...Oh well, at least it's still music. :P
Theme of song - Suspensefulness (is that even a word? lol)
...mp3 killed the quality :(
Description : Made with Sequel 2
There is two version of this track.. let's try this one =D
This is Strings only... I used loop and the category was named Soundtrack.
Why me? because the song look like a part of my life... a sad one. Up to 14 years, I did nightmares that looks like suspense/horror movies (you know, with a lot of kills and blood everywhere) and this song remember me one of theses nightmares...
Description : Very dramatic version, great build up, slow and suspense filled. Very well produced.
Description : Its a really good record straight from the soul. I used a human beat -box for the drums which sounded top notch. The horns grab attention and the strings are for suspense, but the main lead is the piano piece. Hope you enjoy it as well as I did making it.
Description : This is one of my older tracks so it's a little dark. I was heavily using an old ART Multiverb at the time to tweak my samples. You can hear the reverb and delay present on the vocals, scratching, and various one-shot sounds. The "struggle" vocal is lifted off an old radio suspense show record with none other than horror icon Vincent Price. This is another "lost" track that fell into the file abyss to never be brought back again. Back your traxxx up, youngins!
Description : Finialyy finished a beat with something good.
I was going for a combination of creepy, happy funn, and suspense with this one.
Description : once again, i was amazed with holly's acapella sample, the one called "another short one" or something like that...and i had to put some music to it...i just had to...it was also a fun challenge to take, since her acapella already has a second harmony line, which sets the tune to E and then to D, i think...so i tried to make things a bit interesting, and started the song in F#m and saw where that would take me...it gives the song a bit of tension, sort of like suspense, i believe...i "cheated" a bit in the last two repetitions since i actually changed the pitch of the final syllable s to make them fit into Bm and E instead of D... anyway, thanks again to holly for that wonderful voice!
(i made this song on cubase sx 3)