Mixing the score

I’ve been mixing the score over the past two weeks. Listen below for a few samples:

I wanted the score to be very percussive — like a few musicians were playing the score from another room inside the Doctor’s office — when I was recording it in late summer, I captured a lot of sounds by using things from around my home. For example, I would beat or smack on a coffee tin, a wooden shelf, a cardboard box; I even used some of my child’s toy instruments (a tambourine, wood clapper, xylophone, maracas).

I added bass to enhance the rhythm, and I tried out some heavy guitar riffs for the end credits score. I didn’t think guitar would work for this film, but it actually lends to the culmination of events at the end of the movie.

Andrew

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