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Old April 13th, 2008, 06:19 PM   #1
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Soundtrack Suggestions ??

Hello all,

I am looking for some different music to use in wedding highlights.. Thinking maybe some good Movie Soundtracks which others use.. I prefer the highlight music to be dramatic and powerful, with some nice highs and lows.. As sometime we use Soundbites in them also.. And I have mostly used stuff that is instumental..
How about some recomendations on some favorite Soundtracks ??

Thanks !!
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Old April 13th, 2008, 07:15 PM   #2
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Old April 15th, 2008, 06:40 PM   #3
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Hello all,

I am looking for some different music to use in wedding highlights.. Thinking maybe some good Movie Soundtracks which others use.. I prefer the highlight music to be dramatic and powerful, with some nice highs and lows.. As sometime we use Soundbites in them also.. And I have mostly used stuff that is instumental..
How about some recomendations on some favorite Soundtracks ??

Thanks !!
I have my own composer for film scoring (contact info upon request), should I have a client high end enough to afford it. Seriously. He does a great job, and has a lot of variety of styles (he has his Masters in Film Scoring from New York U). I also happen to have been his roommate in college. :-) Unfortunately he is not too cheap unless the project is licensing one of his pre-existing pieces (or slight alterations on existing ones).

What I use (when not using Jeremy my composer) is Magnatune.com for all the recognizable classical music pieces. Unfortunately slim on the cinematic underscore department. Consider shockwave-sound.com (a source I'm likely to start using on future projects). SWS has a better variety of cinematic clips.

The other option is the several composing packages like Vegas Cinescore or Sonic Fire.
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