Death came late. He forgot about daylight saving time.
- hitRECorchestra: Strawberry Bootlaces
There were a lot of beautiful contributions to the strawberry bootlaces music collab back in August, so I played around with a few of them to give the underscore & VO a richer sound.
Most of the instrumental tracks seemed to be synched to the orchestral version of the score and not the piano version, so I stuck to using the piano versions. If your contribution was indeed synched to the piano version and I missed it, let me know!
This isn't a finished product, we can still add more voices and layers and make the climax (approximately 00:45-1:10) more dramatic!
Merry merry Christmas and happy happy holidays!
I was inspired by your beautiful hair (it's magical!)
"Are we recording?" This one-time query of the tech-illiterate is now the mantra of the tech-savvy. It's an evolution at the heart of HitRECord: repetition, deviation. Like its mantra, the production company itself is scaling new heights. With an upcoming multimedia anthology and Harper Collins book deal, where is HitRECord heading? "In 2010 we were playing [shows] at places that were 100 people. In 2011 we’re going to do the Fall Formal for 1800 people," RegularJOE explains in his signature mix of laid-back excitement. "So what are we going to do in 2012 and what are we going to do in 2013?"
---NOTE: Written with the assumption that RECollection Vol. 1 and Tiny Book of Tiny Stories have already been mentioned.
2 separate recordings of the violin 1 part (the more the merrier, right? gives it a more spacey feel). Compressed in a zip, partly out of convenience, partly out of the fact that it sounds very funky without the orchestra behind it. I played directly to the click track, so there are exactly 2 open measures at the start.
- Looks Like Bootlaces
A variation of sorts on a few measures of the violin score that I made while recording the part. Thought I'd throw it out there because the short film (when made) will probably be longer than the score, and a few extra beats of music may come in handy.
This is the back of the flyer I made. Not completely necessary, but detailed info helps!
I made sure the size specifications here match those of the front when printed double-sided.
The front is here: http://hitrecord.org/records/459065
I made this in black and white since photocopies are expensive in color!
I'd love it if you printed this out, posted it around, and then took a photo!
There's also a RECollection flyer (back) file here: http://hitrecord.org/records/459071