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Hello YC, I posted this music before but without the video it is meant to interpret. I am happy to be able to provide the whole experience now. This animated feature by the Brothers Quay is something I always wanted to score. The original score is by Leszek Jankowski, which I replaced and added FX's and foley sound to. I hope that you like it. https://www.facebook.com/100000289764062/videos/2268723976480572/
Ken320 posted a topic in Incidental Music and SoundtracksI did this a few years ago in association with VirtualArtists.com, who obtained permission from the student filmmaker, Xin Li, to allow his work to be published with alternate music. The original composer did a more, how can I say, micro-managed score. Whereas mine is more laid back with more focus on the music being as complete and effective in its own right as possible. Two basic ways of approaching film scoring. This is the kind of thing I would to see YC do. Complete films to score to, 5-20 minutes, not just clips from video games. Your thoughts?
This is an alternate score for the stop motion animated film, "Street of Crocodiles," by the Brothers Quay, released in 1986. Since there is only music here you will have to use your imagination as to what the puppets are doing and why. The elevator takes you down to where they live, which is very dark and mysterious. Produced with synthesizers and some help of BBC Sound Effect CD's.