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Spaghetti Sunrise


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sschedra

 Genre: Film Scoring

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A two chord exploration of the Omnisphere Libraries. Done while trying to put together a template for film scoring. Omnishpere is a great set of libraries and a wonderful tool for sampling, synthing, arpegiating, just plain fun in finding just the right sound for your production.
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Comments: 19
Fans: 6
Plays: 155
Downloads: 126
Votes: 2
Uploaded: Aug 20, 2009 - 07:37:50 PM
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2009 - 07:37:50 PM Last Played: Jun 27, 2019 - 11:30:53 AM
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Hardware:
Casio Keystation 88es, MAC PRo Tower
Software:
Logic Pro 8, Spectrosonics Omnisphere
Comments
announcer said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
Perfect
title works well and sounds like it could come from some updated version of those old westerns. I like the handclap rhythms and the haunting theme. Best of all the soundstage which has just the right lush feel.
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sschedra said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
Bill
The lushness is Omnisphere. I listen to Films now, as much as I watch them and I hear the Spectraphonics Libraries all over the place. They are the "must have" for creative film scoring. Thanks for the listen.
Stephen
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Feter said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
Spaghetti Sunrise
Its deep ...with bounderies as you using
the guitar sound here ...hold a lot of richness
the theme itself is so thoughtful ...purple ..
just so brilliant ...thanks alot for sharing !!!!
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sschedra said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
Feter
I really had a lot of fun with the guitar sounds. They really formed the idea for the theme. Then I filled in with some atmosphere.
Thanks,
Stephen
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mybravedesign said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
ok...
this would be perfect in the new twilight movie (new moon)....just what it makes me think of... of like something off of saucer full of secrets..
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sschedra said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
Sean
That is a complement indeed! I have not seen the movie yet, but have seen the trailers. As for Floyd . . . amazingly, I was not a real Pink Floyd fan. Its not that I don't like them, just that I haven't listened so much. I can't even think of why except that I had so much of everything to listen to and just didn't ever really get to listen to them. But boy am I appreciative of the compliments.
Thanks,
Stephen

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drakonis said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
lush
Amazing what you can do alternating between 2 chords... nice slowly paced, very well placed synths and washes, sweetly aching guitar touch. Great open mix.
ttfn,
Drakonis
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sschedra said 3619 days ago (August 20th, 2009)
Drak
Thanks. I find the sound fields inside these libraries are incredible spatially. They make even the simple sound great. They are also great fun to use. Sort of like ear candy.

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Henke said 3617 days ago (August 23rd, 2009)
Some cool synth
I just made a tour on Spectatronic's web site, including several videos, and I'm blown away. Knowing what happens to me when I get countless possibilites at my fingertips, I'll try to stay away for awhile, though...
Last night The Good, the Bad and the Ugly was shown on TV here in Sweden (too late at night for me, but I've seen it before) so the artwork above was fun to see here today. That film score is to die for, at least for its time. Your modern version is really sweet as well, if maybe a bit too polished for a good old western?! A very cool piece nonetheless. Thanks for sharing!

/Henke
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sschedra said 3616 days ago (August 23rd, 2009)
Henke
thanks a lot for the listen and the comments. It is a bit pricey, but I find between that and IK Multimedia Sampletank, and the built in Logic and Garageband stuff, I have it all. The only weakness is drums, but there Ultrabeat in Logic is no slouch and I joined Ryan Gruss' site. He provides full logic sessions of live drums as well as AIF and WAV and REX. Very impressive.
Stephen
Check out my latest song called Cheap Tricks (LSP2)
davisamerica said 3616 days ago (August 24th, 2009)
stephen.....
what can be done with 2 chords in the right hands ...just amazing man. The production is tops and the composition is solid good .... another deep bow to an awesome artist ....
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sschedra said 3615 days ago (August 24th, 2009)
Jack man
. . . you make me blush. I am honored by your appreciation. Thanks again.
Stephen
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Roxylee said 3597 days ago (September 11th, 2009)
Hi, Stephen
Learn something new every day.. i'd never heard of the Omnisphere Libraries. What a soundscape you've created here! I like the clapping addition to the instruments.
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sschedra said 3560 days ago (October 18th, 2009)
Rox,
Thanks again. Sorry I am so late here. Omnisphere is a really great set of libraries and software instruments that just really give you some amazing tools. I hear their stuff in a lot of movie soundtracks and as effects in movies.
Stephen
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scaustrita said 3569 days ago (October 10th, 2009)
The Old West
Your song captures the feel of the Old West!
Nevertheless it is all original.
Flawless delivery too . . .

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sschedra said 3560 days ago (October 18th, 2009)
Steve
Thanks again. It was an experiment and it came out OK. I am pleased with it.
Stephen
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Skean said 3272 days ago (August 2nd, 2010)
Nice
I love Omni and I loved this as well. Peace
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paul f. page said 3101 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Rich sounds,,,
I like the move from the two chords at about 1:00 for just a sec...sort of wishing that the number would keep developing toward new material. But as a film score, this is really good, as it sets up a mood and plays with just that, without interference of extraneous meandering. It is a tough thing to stay FOCUSED in music like this since it requires such patience to stay "in the zone." You do that well. The Omnisphere Libraries seem to be quite rich.
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sschedra said 3101 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Paul,
My technical compositional ability is limited. I have only my ear. In this case I purposely only used the two chords (Actually 3 I guess) as I was trying out Omnisphere. Especially since I tend to play these things into Logic with the keyboard. I Would copy a lot of the rock themes and chord patterns I played on guitar. Sometimes I get frustrated because my technique and theory are so limited. We will have to see if I get more disciplined and learn more as time progresses.
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Started performance life as a guitar player and vocalist in Sympathy (60's Rock) and doing acoustic performances with Michael Salveson. Then as a guitarist for Joe Lobianco (Rock Dance band). Next I did stints on bass and guitar and vocals for the ... [see more]

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