Here are some videos with scores I have created, because nothing say practice like actually attempting to put your mouth where your music is at.
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This is not part of the course, simply me having a go; a baseline effort, if you will. A simple 2:30 of a space craft taking off, heading out for a lap around the moon, then returning. It has elements of the early Apollo Program (think Apollo 8) mixed with later reusable vehicle launches, like SpaceX. For the scoring I split the difference and went with an 80s-style synth-track to give it a bit of energy. The initial countdown is from the Apollo 7 Launch tapes (thank you, NASA!). The video–a nicely produced CG animation with no music track–I found marked as Public Domain on YT (and it bares no other identification) thus I felt I could use it. I suspect it too has come from NASA.
This short piece of film I grabbed from a Guy Michelmore video and, being an owner of Spitfire Audio’s Contemprary Drama Toolkit, I thought I’d see what I could create in under half an hour. Not too bad, considering. Considering this style is all about bleakness and emptiness, it was quite fun to do. Enjoy!