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Immortal Science

By Tone Matrix on February 11, 2018 9:08 pm

Another short overly cinedramatic track with dark piano and strings for the film score in ma brain! smile  Thank you for listening!

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February 12, 2018 2:28 am

I would like to see the film your tracks score someday.  They're certainly very evocative and you've got the sound absolutely nailed.  Really nice stuff.

February 12, 2018 10:00 am

Smooth track, this. Don't know why, but the timbral change of the last seconds strikes me particularly.
So if some of your previous tracks were inspired by Black Mirror, this was inspired by Altered Carbon (given the snake tattoo)?

February 12, 2018 4:33 pm

Oh wow big sound!!!
I always thought you need an actual orchestra to accomplish a sound like this...
Definitly a track to bring up emotions.

February 13, 2018 8:17 am

I'm on my third repeat right now. This just baffled me.. I was leaning back in my chair with my eyes closed and just took it in. I'm new to WB, but this is the best track I've heard so far. It really speaks to me because I would love to create something like this myself someday. I'm trying, right now, and definitely not succeeding like you.
The way you do the outro, build up, then taking away almost every instrumentation is great, you really got that right.

I love how you make everything flow together. It's hard to "count the bars", in a way, because everything has such smooth transitions. I just LOVE this. Thanks for commenting on my track so I could find yours!

February 13, 2018 11:44 pm

That's the best kind of science.

I love the piano/strings interplay.

February 14, 2018 1:10 pm

Have you ever heard the K-PAX OST by Edward Shearmur? I'm almost sure you'd love it

Beautiful as always. Lovely crescendo and emotional buildup smile

February 16, 2018 3:07 pm
CosmicCairns wrote:

I would like to see the film your tracks score someday.  They're certainly very evocative and you've got the sound absolutely nailed.  Really nice stuff.

Thank you, I wish I could too lol smile  I mean in some sort of tangible film way.  Always been a dream to score some sort of dark fantasy epic smile  Thanks for listening!

February 16, 2018 3:17 pm
antler wrote:

Smooth track, this. Don't know why, but the timbral change of the last seconds strikes me particularly.
So if some of your previous tracks were inspired by Black Mirror, this was inspired by Altered Carbon (given the snake tattoo)?

Yep definitely influenced and maybe a bit too much by Altered Carbon.  In fact I don't know if I personally will release this on any future album (not that I've released any recently) but I realized I followed the Quell and Tak theme too closely.  I think it was episode 5 or so when I first heard the chord progression and so I decided ok cool I want to try something based on that progression.  After finishing the track and feeling that initial relief I then binged the rest of Altered Carbon and realized oh crap they use that theme much more yikes Granted the second section is very different.  But my conscience is not happy with almost 'carbon' copy tongue

theGuen wrote:

Oh wow big sound!!!
I always thought you need an actual orchestra to accomplish a sound like this...
Definitly a track to bring up emotions.

It would be awesome to hear something of mine performed by an orchestra smile  Lots of reverb on faux_orchestra_instruments helps a bit.

Devieus wrote:

That's the best kind of science.

I love the piano/strings interplay.

Thanks for listening!  For SCIENCE!

laguna wrote:

Have you ever heard the K-PAX OST by Edward Shearmur? I'm almost sure you'd love it

Beautiful as always. Lovely crescendo and emotional buildup smile

I haven't seen/heard KPAX but I'll have to give it a listen.  Though not really sure I can enjoy a Kevin Spacey flick anytime soon tongue Thanks for listening! smile

Glaze wrote:

I'm on my third repeat right now. This just baffled me.. I was leaning back in my chair with my eyes closed and just took it in. I'm new to WB, but this is the best track I've heard so far. It really speaks to me because I would love to create something like this myself someday. I'm trying, right now, and definitely not succeeding like you.
The way you do the outro, build up, then taking away almost every instrumentation is great, you really got that right.

I love how you make everything flow together. It's hard to "count the bars", in a way, because everything has such smooth transitions. I just LOVE this. Thanks for commenting on my track so I could find yours!

Thank you so much for your kind comments and SC message (going to reply after this).  I don't think I even counted bars, just... "is it long enough?" sort of thoughts.  Welcome to WB!

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