Easy Mixing Advice: Compression and Orchestral Music

It’s a common misconception that orchestra music doesn’t need compression. Especially film music relies on compression, it’s important for the “Hollywood sound” we’re used to listening to for the last 30-40 years. So, compression is basically a good thing. Two reasons why: Orchestra music with its loads of timbres and combinations of textures is inherently… Continue reading Easy Mixing Advice: Compression and Orchestral Music

Alternate score for Ladyhawke finished composing

It’s done. I’ve finished composing and mixing the Ladyhawke alternate orchestral score that I’ve been working on for the last 3 months. I will gather some facts and numbers about the process to share with you very soon. For the time being, please enjoy the music as synced to picture via this Youtube-playlist. Audio files… Continue reading Alternate score for Ladyhawke finished composing