Carey M wrote:
SeventhStar wrote:That is a cool track! Somebody is a Carpenter fan, I can tell..
Actually this track isn't just cool, it's bad-a*s baby!
Thank you! And yes, we're all very big fans of Carpenter. The Fog is probably my favourite movie score ever, but I love the stuff he did with Howarth, also.
I updated the first post with individual track links and other goodies.
I'm a big fan of Carpenter's soundtracks! My favorite Carpenter / Howarth combined effort, for an overall soundtrack, is that of Halloween III: Season of the Witch. I have the limited edition CD, put out by Howarth a few years back. I also have an autographed copy of Howarth's Halloween II 30th Anniversary CD. I like the Fog theme too! Assualt on Precinct 13, I started to attempt to do a cover of that theme with my DARK STAR. Finally got around to hooking it up and doing something with it.
Like you guys, I also dig Goblin and love their Suspiria soundtrack! Italian 70's and 80s movies, you bet! 1990: Bronx Warriors and I'Ultimo Squalo by Castellari. Fulci, Argento, Ennio Morricone I love all that stuff.
I've been listening to your Loops of Doom theme, like, 50 times this afternoon, while looking at photos on the internet of hot Scandinavian women. And day dreaming about making a movie.. I was up till 4 AM, like a maniac, last night, listening to some other synth music.
I think I need to go take a nap, so I can get back to work, and finish programming an iOS app I've been working on, so I can get some money to get a better synth. I can't program while listening to music. It is too distracting and I just end up sitting there and zoning out, like I did almost all night, last night..
What synth was used for the bass track on the Loops of Doom theme? I think you mention a Prophet 600 in your profile info. Was that used at all?