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#792000 - 01/31/10 06:02 PM The Creeper- Removed Link  
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The Creeper

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#792035 - 01/31/10 09:57 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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You don't look too good John!!
You feel OK??
You got some bad bread at Paneras??
<G>

That sounds suitably creepy all right
Puts me in a ceepy writing mood.
Gotta go write
Wy

#792110 - 02/01/10 02:09 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: Wyman Lloyd]  
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Originally Posted by Wyman Lloyd
You don't look too good John!!
You feel OK??
You got some bad bread at Paneras??
<G>

That sounds suitably creepy all right
Puts me in a ceepy writing mood.
Gotta go write
Wy


I guess it was the whackin' Sandra gave me Wy. grin

I hope it's creepy enough to get the film gig. They wanted
"eerie" horror.

Thanks, John smile

#792269 - 02/01/10 06:11 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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John, sounds eerie, creepy and ominous to me, pretty much fits
the bill,

Tony.

#792344 - 02/01/10 11:13 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: Tony A]  
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Originally Posted by Tony A
John, sounds eerie, creepy and ominous to me, pretty much fits
the bill,

Tony.


Thanks Tony!

Hopefully it will at least get listened to by the client. So often they'll select a track from the first wave and not listen to anything more. I'm about four days behind the posting.

John smile

#792355 - 02/01/10 11:40 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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Bela Lugosi meets Phantom of The Opera...with Peter Lorre as the club-footed butler...well done, enjoyed the listen...Terry..

#792423 - 02/02/10 03:46 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: Terry Moore]  
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Originally Posted by Terry Moore
Bela Lugosi meets Phantom of The Opera...with Peter Lorre as the club-footed butler...well done, enjoyed the listen...Terry..


Thanks Terry!

Bela and Peter sounds good to me.

Best, John smile

#792457 - 02/02/10 10:36 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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#792472 - 02/02/10 12:14 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: Mark Cockerill]  
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Good luck, John. Feels like a fit to me. smile

Is that a real human voice singing those "aaahs"?

I mean, it sounds real - but with you, one is never quite sure grin

Scott

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Originally Posted by Mark Cockerill
Spooky man


Glad it spooked ya Mark!

Thanks, John smile

#792489 - 02/02/10 02:13 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: Scott Campbell]  
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Originally Posted by Scott Campbell
Good luck, John. Feels like a fit to me. smile

Is that a real human voice singing those "aaahs"?

I mean, it sounds real - but with you, one is never quite sure grin

Scott


I hope you're right Scott.

Those ah's are from the "East West Quantun Leap Symphonic Choir" samples. Just bought them last week. Haven't tested all of them out yet.

Thanks, John smile

#792505 - 02/02/10 03:03 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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HIDee Brother Johnny!

Spoo-Kayyy...(Yet Ver-EEE Subtle, throughout!) DOES sorta Creep UP On Ya...Perfectly!

Yep..here's THE Bed for The Thing That Sneaks Up on The Kids at The Campfire...

"KUDOS" & Good Luck with it!
Big Guy-Hug,
Stan

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Originally Posted by "TampaStan" Good
HIDee Brother Johnny!

Spoo-Kayyy...(Yet Ver-EEE Subtle, throughout!) DOES sorta Creep UP On Ya...Perfectly!

Yep..here's THE Bed for The Thing That Sneaks Up on The Kids at The Campfire...

"KUDOS" & Good Luck with it!
Big Guy-Hug,
Stan


Hey Stan! Yeah, I like that "sneaking up on kids at the canpfire" scenario. In fact "Campfire" wouldn't be a bad title for a horror flick.

Thanks, John smile

#792811 - 02/03/10 07:37 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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Another great soundscape John.

I don't really hear any prominent motives being developed? I think some of your pieces would benefit by them. IE obvious bits that the listener recognizes as repeating bits. I know you do it sometimes, but the traditionalist in me kinda wants MORE!

Nevertheless, you've got an awesome sense of sound. The violin sound in this it terribly interesting. It sounds like it's being played on a keyboard... but it still sounds good... like that's the way it's supposed to sound!.

Very nice tune,

Peace,

Ian


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#792828 - 02/03/10 09:24 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: Ian Ferrin]  
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Originally Posted by Ian Ferrin
Another great soundscape John.

I don't really hear any prominent motives being developed? I think some of your pieces would benefit by them. IE obvious bits that the listener recognizes as repeating bits. I know you do it sometimes, but the traditionalist in me kinda wants MORE!

Nevertheless, you've got an awesome sense of sound. The violin sound in this it terribly interesting. It sounds like it's being played on a keyboard... but it still sounds good... like that's the way it's supposed to sound!.

Very nice tune,

Peace,

Ian


Thanks Ian!

The string sound comes from the Kirk Hunter String samples. They're very useable for my type of work and play better than the EWQL string samples. Took me two days to download the buggers though. Had to download over 135 zip folders.

Best, John smile

#792847 - 02/04/10 12:07 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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A masterpiece of beauty and creepiness.


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#792848 - 02/04/10 12:16 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: Alador]  
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I pictured myself in a movie theater, the lights just darkened, and this song being the opening for the movie, as they rolled the introductions, and scenes pertaining to the subject of the movie. As always, I mixed some bourbon into my movie pop, and stuffed in my heavily buttered popcorn. Very good stuff! Hope you can sell it, it sounds marketable! smile


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#792957 - 02/04/10 11:05 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: Alador]  
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Originally Posted by Alador
A masterpiece of beauty and creepiness.


Thank you for hearing beauty through the creepiness Alador. Made me think of a track I did a couple years ago titled "Beauty Within Ugliness".

Best, John smile

#792958 - 02/04/10 11:12 AM Re: The Creeper [Re: Polly Hager]  
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Originally Posted by Polly Hager
I pictured myself in a movie theater, the lights just darkened, and this song being the opening for the movie, as they rolled the introductions, and scenes pertaining to the subject of the movie. As always, I mixed some bourbon into my movie pop, and stuffed in my heavily buttered popcorn. Very good stuff! Hope you can sell it, it sounds marketable! smile


Or do you mix a little movie pop into the bourbon? grin

Thanks for listening Polly.

Best, John smile

#793103 - 02/04/10 08:12 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: John Lawrence Schick]  
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John,

Good luck with the placement! Hmmm...a Bella Lugosi lullaby?!

Actually, the first thing that came to mind was my hometown biy, Vincent price. "The House On Haunted Hill" has always been a favorite of mine.

Nice creepiness with fluid changes contiguous to the main theme. As always a really great song and production. enjoyed it a bunches!

Alan

#793653 - 02/06/10 04:08 PM Re: The Creeper [Re: Two Singers]  
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Thanks Alan! Yeah, I have "House on the Haunted Hill" on DVD. Great old movie.

I have to take the links off the last three tracks I posted - pending signing. Company must be serious. I received a real person phone call. grin

Best, John smile


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