You know...Thao...I've been to my comments and read over this comment about the foreign and expansive, quite a few times...many, yes indeed...but I never knew what the &%#@ you were saying until today, when I just...for some reason, decided to come by and read my comments again.

Nov 15, 2004 11:34 AM | reply to me!

orangeslice

thao

Hmm. Maybe by foreign and expansive, I mean the feeling of being lost. It feels like i'm in a drippy (the mallot on strings sound) sewer system and i'm taking small steps in the dark. Because i'm lost, the environment feels expansive, foreboding.

Aug 16, 2004 6:18 PM | reply to me!

Lmao...I just read the subject of your comment. That's funny, lol.

Hmm...now...I understand lonely...the foreign and expansive part I don't get. And...I can't remember what the soundtrack for the Professional sounds like...have to go back and check that out, lol

Aug 12, 2004 7:04 PM | reply to me!

orangeslice

thao

this is foreign, lonely, and expansive. reminds me of the professional (leon) soundtrack.

Aug 11, 2004 1:23 PM | reply to me!

Yeah, thanks for that. The idea is that in the first part that's when he dies and there's the crying and stuff...the second part (the more melodic and uplifting part) is the theme of the woman (Christina) that David has sacraficed himself for. She sees the good in what he's done and accepts his death and goes on.

However...I think that if this were in an actual film, it would need to be longer...so that dissonant part would be longer.

Aug 07, 2004 4:05 PM | reply to me!

orangeslice

deluxe

I like the way it turns from the dissonant sounds at the beginning to a more melodic and uplifting feel toward the end.

Aug 07, 2004 2:39 PM | reply to me!

You're one deep dude..."synth washes", "emotive"...man how old are you? lol Do you read the dictionary everyday or what? lol

Okay, your new name is Justimicus...it's your scholar name...(and my mind is doing me sooo wrong right now and I can't think of the word I want...what you would call someone like Plato and/or Aristotle)

Aug 07, 2004 11:11 AM | reply to me!

orangeslice

justinmimbs

right on, sounds straight out of a film score. the pluck-y sounds under the synth washes are great. something about the slight bend of pitch in a sound like that can be very emotive.

Aug 07, 2004 8:40 AM | reply to me!

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The Death of David

This is a track for a story that I'm working on. The idea is that it becomes a film. In this part of the story, one of the characters (who's name is David), sacrafices himself to save the woman he loves.

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