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Well, considering there's a lot more advanced orchestral writing in a lot of Transformers: The Game (which was composed by Jablonsky and Flood), than in many of Steve's other projects, I can't help but feel the more advanced stuff here was Flood too. Plus Flood's contribution to "Flying Battle" in D-War kind of makes him seem like the more advanced orchestra composer.Any idea about Bobby's credits here Hybrid? ASCAP doesn't list anything for the specific album cues and I got no idea what to search for regarding session names. Bobby is credited on the "Outlander Theme" though, so does that mean that every cue with the main theme present he should be credited?If you have no idea what exactly Flood contributed to the cues then theres not much reason to be sad about it.Credits for Jay Flood taken from his soundcloud: <br><br>Divine Magic Kingdom (Prelude)<br>Blessing (Annette Raleigh Theme)<br>Wonderland (Mark Theme)<br><br>Kind of sad to see "Blessing" and "Wonderland" were at least partially composed by Flood instead of Jablonsky, as those were the most rich, unique, and impressively composed.Some credits for Jay Flood taken from his soundcloud: Flashback, and Flying Battle<br><br>Sadly no credits for Pieter A. Schlosser that I've been able to find...
The greatest thing that could happen, if Katsuhiro Otomo, who returns after very long 15 years break, reunited with Steve for his new anime «Orbital Era». I don't know the story behind the creation of «Steamboy» and how Steve get that job, but this was one of the best works of Jablosnky and my favorite. <br><br>It could be the greatest joy to hear Steve in full-orchestral mod and in anime-project like this.<br><br>I know, that all of this is a long shot and almost imposible, but you never know how things could turn.I am still surprised that "X-SS" isn't inserted into "Gap." That is easily the best iteration of the main theme.This is seems like HBO wanting to get Djawadi and couldn't get him so they get the guy next door. <br><br>Honestly, they should have gone for Wallfisch or Harry Gregson-Williams (probably too busy with Mulan).Poor Micheal thinks Mikeal's response is simple disagreement when it contains sentences like;<br><br>"Also film music doesn’t have to sound like it’s from the 1960’s all the time." Implying that's the only music Edmund likes.<br><br>Also, poor Micheal thinks pages can't have any other discussion other than the movies on them! (Plus, considering the fact that Balfe does do projects in a short time span all the time, it's not exactly negative to point out that producers hire him for that task too much.)Poor Edmund thinks disagreeing is having a go !thought this page was about crawl and the music by Aruj and Steffen????they did a great job and the film was fun.
Been a while since one of Balfe's paid (or unpaid?) shills had a go at me. I'm almost nostalgic. :pEdmund maybe listen and watch the show first before being negative about it?Nice strawmanning there MikealTypical Edmund response!!<br>Balfe doesn’t always write the most amazing scores but when he does it’s the best.if Balfe was only “good enough” why do the world top directors want to work with him ????????<br>Also film music doesn’t have to sound like it’s from the 1960’s all the time.Balfe seems to choose projects that don’t always require big melodies all the time.Zaras a girl and I agree with Edmund there is some sine signals and noise in the upper register that is noticeable in some cues. But that's the nature of the media it was recorded on. <br><br>You could use a spectral repair tool and non-destructive noise removal tool to fix them, such as those found in iZotope RX<br>
so only you can hear it eh? Zaralyth? that you? lolWhile I'm sure the Lorne haters will be unhappy, I was very excited today to learn that Mr. Balfe is composing the score for the BBC's new "His Dark Materials" series (adaption of the same book that guided the 2007 film "The Golden Compass", composed by Desplat). I think there might actually be enough emotional material in this project to have Lorne finally write some melodies again! :)Has anyone noticed a high-pitched whining in the background of some tracks? It's particularly bad in the mid-section of "Witt in Brig/Tall and Quintard", from about 4 minutes onwards. It's such a high frequency that I bet a lot of people wouldn't hear it (including the QA team at LLL, I guess), but I can and it's really debilitating.Yeah it's an underwhelming choice for me. Balfe feels like the guy you get when you want "good enough", or when you need a score turned over in a really short time. Doesn't speak to much ambition on the showrunners' part when it comes to the music in this series. I'm sure it won't be bad, but I doubt it will be amazing.Heh, if it's anything like the 1994 score, then you'll be waiting a LOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG time.
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Technical Score Advisor - Percussion Programming
James Newton HowardStuart Michael Thomas
ComposerTechnical Score Advisor
The Water Horse - Legend Of The Deep
Label: Sony Classics
Length: 70'45
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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  1. Back Where You Belong (Theme from The Water Horse) - Sinéad O'Connor (4:28) **
  2. The Water Horse Main Title (1:11)
  3. Angus Feeds Crusoe (1:59)
  4. You Didn't Even Get Wet (2:56)
  5. The Workshop (2:35)
  6. Naming Crusoe (3:48) +
  7. Churchill (1:22) +
  8. Ann (1:28)
  9. Bathtub (2:22)
  10. Driving To The Loch (2:00)
  11. Run Angus (1:19)
  12. Lewis Discovers Crusoe (4:24) +
  13. The Fishermen (1:37)
  14. Angus In Training (2:52)
  15. Swimming (6:33)
  16. The Children Laugh (2:59)
  17. The Dinner Party (3:01)
  18. Angus Sent To His Room (2:27) +
  19. There's No Monster (2:01)
  20. Saving Crusoe (2:04)
  21. The Net (4:22)
  22. The Jump (1:40)
  23. End Of The Story (3:03)
  24. The Water Horse Suite - The Chieftains (8:08) *
*Written by James Newton Howard & The Chieftains

**Orchestrated by James Newton Howard

+ iTunes exclusive tracks
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Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-01-20 00:00:00
Adding JNH here was my choice.
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And it was a great choice. :)

Mario Soundtrack reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-12 00:00:00
"Angus In Training" is the best song of this album. Is more beautiful than the others songs. "The Net" is good too, for the action themes, but "The Jump" is best, with a beautiful theme".

Klaas reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-31 00:00:00
James Newton Howard is known for using the Remote Control facilities now and then. By doing so, he often collaborates with RCP members - which explains why some of his scores show up here.

Although I don't feel this is necessary I fully understand the choice of the Admins to do so. For what I know this site tries to be nothing less than a complete archive. Plus, James makes wonderful music as well - and he teamed up with Hans Zimmer for the new Batman movies.

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-31 00:00:00
Hey guys !


Adding JNH here was my choice.

Why ? Because as Klaas said, as the JNHStudios is close to RC Facility, JNH works regularly with (former) RC guys (HZ, Wesson, Neely, Stuart Thomas, Dave Holden, Greg Vines, G. Greenaway, A. Meyerson among others)...

And I added him because I'm a huge fan too ! :D

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-30 00:00:00
Why James Newton Howard is in this website? He is not a Remote Control member.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-30 00:00:00
Why James Newton Howard is in this website? He is not a Remote Control member.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-30 00:00:00
They seem to be adding everyone that has worked with a Remote Control production member, regardless of their actual affiliation.

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