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En fri kvinna hotar mannen is a short student-produced film project based in Edinburgh over the Summer of 2012, for which I provided the Music/So… Read More
En fri kvinna hotar mannen is a short student-produced film project based in Edinburgh over the Summer of 2012, for which I provided the Music/Soundtrack. From a Musical perspective I scored a theme/motif for Piano, Cello, Flute, Vibraphone. The Guitar & Lap-Steel work of George Gunn is featured throughout, helping to create washes of sound through extensive and enthusiastic use of a pedal board (delay/synthesizing/chorus/distortion etc...). Our intent was to create a soundtrack, which, whilst modern, would lend itself to the Gothic imagery and aesthetic of the visual and cinematography footage. Recorded and Engineered at Chem19 studios, Blantyre nr. Glasgow, the recorded takes were edited and sampled in... my bedroom, using FL Studio. This process allowed for the addition of sampled audio and sound effects to be layered upon the original takes. Read Less
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En Fri Kvinna Hotar Mannen Is a short student-produced film project based in Edinburgh, in the Summer of 2012. Directed & Produced by Armando Grant (see picture, great guy btw) I worked on the soundtrack along with colleague, style guru and occasional Guitarist/Multi-Instrumentalist/Composer (the list goes on), George Gunn. The soundtrack mixes traditional composition (use of motif, traditional instrumentation etc...) with elements of electronic & digital composition (use of audio sampling, synthesized sound) and soundscape techniques.
The film is littered with references to the great director, Ingmar Bergman, notably taking Swedish as its adopted language, moreover however in the Gothic set, aesthetic and frequent references to religious imagery.
Pretty dark, eh?
Enjoy.