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that is because true idiot mixed scoreIt was rather awesome. I'm sure there will be others to write a large description of the night but suffice to say when the Albert Hall's organ kicked in it was rather special! Oh, and Jessica Chastain signed my programme (although Hans Zimmer didn't despite being right in front of him twice :( I was beginning to take it personally! :D)Haha, I know what you mean about the Rafiki piece. Whenever he gets all excited over Simba still being alive, it always felt jarring when you can hear the end of that cue suddenly pop up without the full build up heard in the sessions/Legacy Collection. After being so used to listening to the score own its own so many times, one can never get used to that sudden change.<br><br>Anyway, I think more could have been added to the set, plus maybe instrumental versions of the songs too(in their faithful film mix to boot), but I'm mostly happy with how the set turned out. My only major grip is still that dopey cross-fading. Curse you, Pumbaa and your snorting!I'm waiting for my copy, but of all the download versions I've come across it has been substantially altered. I was upset too.I will check for you later today Alan!<br><br>I downloaded the 1080p IMAX torrent a few weeks ago and all the volume seemed fine to me! People must have been crazy saying the music was too loud
Right... so I got my blu-ray pre-order in today, a day early, and I can't help but notice (or think I do, at least) that the loudest parts of the movie, where the music really used to drown stuff out (that I, personally, loved but everyone else complained about) has been dumbed down a bit? I realize my home theater will not sound even so much as an ounce like the IMAX I saw the film in multiple times, but damn... I really feel like those scenes that really BAM sent the score home. Scenes I am thinking of are the bigs ones: Mountains, Mann's betrayal, Docking. They're just... not loud anymore. The voices and the sound effects are great! But the music... it's toned down a bit.<br><br>Has anyone else had this issue with theirs? I even checked out the iTunes version and it's got the same volume control as well... does anyone think Nolan succumbed (or was forced) to obey a few complaints and "turned" the music down? Man I really just hope it's my system....Hans , I am a young violinist in a modest orchestra Chile, symphony orchestra in the municipality of El Bosque , I love your music and I am a fan of the trilogy of Batman, we would do very proud to play your song Rise number 15 of the pelicila the Dark Knight Rises, I tried to find scores without success to find them , please if you would be so kind as to give me a copy for playing this wonderful song.<br><br>I hope you can answer .<br><br>Atte<br>Diego SuarezYou're pissing me off mate, posting this on every page you come across. Those complete scores exist. You might be too dumb to find them by yourself, but they are real. Stop jerking around.So, how was it? Watched some recordings on youtube, it must have been awesome!<br>Would you knock it off already posting these stupid "unofficial complete scores" already?  They do no exist legally anywhere and we can never buy nor hear them ever so WHY DO YOU INSIST ON DOING THIS OVER AND OVER AND OVER????
I really don't think they would've put a 12-minute track on the OST Mike. That rarely happens anymore. We got luck with Angels & Demons!Yep but it is a different version. 41 cues and they are demos not sessionsI really, really love the "Strategy" cue. Terrific to have in the background during writing or studying. That cue and "Mr. Charles"--a travesty they weren't put on the album release.Excluding the songs, there was Scar's Dinner, which used a version that is still unreleased in any form bar the film. Then there was Stampede, which had alterations to its opening percussion and chorus mix. As Good As Dead PT1 had its ending mixed with additional snare percussion. Rafiki had some cuts and the ending was dialled out for a chorus-only fade. Homeward Bound had additional changes to its percussion, including an additional hit at the start and the removal of all percussion at the end, and they also modified "Simba and Nala Move In/End", mostly with standard editing but at the end they did alter the percussion mix.Martin Tillman is scoring a new movie called A bell for Ursli! I'm very glad that he gets to do some composing of his own these days! He is such a great musician! He plays the cello in most of Zimmer's and HGW's scores if you don't know who he is:P
Yes the forum has it, but without track names. Only slatesI love it, too. Can anyone tell me how to get it? Thanks.Webmasters<br><br>I have noticed that every now and then a certain album page gets flooded with discussions about another - usually forthcoming - score, for which we naturally don't have a page yet. I was thinking maybe we should have a thread for each score a RCP composer is attached to work on - whether or not any album(s) are planned or released for it - and then, later on, a separate page for the actual albums when those become available. This could make things organized and probably easier to follow. Just a suggestion.Which ones?It can't be any worse than the previous two films. And it does seem to be offering something different to the previous films anyway. The idea seems to be the idea presented in the first film that the future is "one possible future" instead flipped around so that the future is set, but the past is "one possible past". It's an intriguing idea, as are some of the ideas alleged to be what we'll get in the film (I won't spoil those here).<br><br>The big discussion here, though, is the score. I'm hoping for a better presentation of the main theme, there's now the chance to properly reprise the T-1000 motif as well. I'm thinking that the approach should be something like an inbetween of Elfman's score for Salvation and Trond Viggo-Melsen's music for the Salvation video game.
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Ibby Josef reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-06 00:00:00
Hello Hans,

Id just like to say I feel that you are the greatest composer of our time. Your music has the abillity to touch my mind, my heart and soul :)

I hope I have the opportunity to hear your scores/music for as long as possible, you should be proud of your self sir you are a master.

Take care
Ibby

oraclemtx@hotmail.com

DemonStar reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-02 00:00:00
Thanks for the Lion King score petition link banner! :)

Fred reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-31 00:00:00
Hi RCP-Webmaster,
is there a any special reason why this Website still looks like a temporary/alternativ Page? And why is it still a unofficial Website???
It will be realy cool, when some of you guys redesign this Website to something more professional. It is really unworthy for a artist like Hans Zimmer...!
Cheers...

Pridelander / Miya reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-30 00:00:00
I just noticed the nice banner link to The Lion King petition on the right side. Thanks! :)

Christopher Pegg reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-19 00:00:00
Id like to congratulate you on yet another superb display of your musical talents in the soundtrack world. Went to see Angels & Demons last night and i was thrilled with the movie but not just that... the score was amazing. It matched what was happening on the movie perfectly.

Again i would like to thank you in making a great score to a great movie. Keep up the great work and i hope that if the next Langdon book gets turned into a movie that you are again at the scores helm.

Thank You.
Chris

cpegg2210@yahoo.com

david nguyen reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-11 00:00:00
would you please kindly advise on how I can get permission to use songs from the Dark Knight soundtrack? I am a high school student making a film for a scholarship that would help me pay for college. I have no intention of selling or doing anything illegal with the song. All I want is to use parts of the songs in my movie. Your advise would be much appreciated. thank you

email:david_n272005@yahoo.com

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-10 00:00:00
hello to everyone who enjoys the beautiful music Hans makes, and I was wondering if anyone knows the fan mail address I could write to? thanks in advance

Vesna, Croatia

Aaron Watson reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-27 00:00:00
Hello Mr Zimmer,

I don't know if you'll have a moment to read this, but I am a Huge fan of your work. I've played trumpet with a handful of touring national musicals, but I've always dreamed of being able to play in a studio orchestra with your music on the stand. I love arranging and am always trying to figure how you create some of the colors you do, my favorites are always your massive french horns and drums.

If you are, in fact, reading this I have a question. Is there the slightest possibility that I could somehow see a sample page of one of your film scores so that I might have an inkling of how to create a similar effect for the groups that I write for here in Florida? Is there any advice you can give to a loyal fan who's dreamt of playing your music into a mic and now only wants an idea of how to create one moment in music the way you do?

Thank you dearly for your consideration, your talents, and your time for reading my post. I sincerely hope to hear from you soon.

My best,

Aaron Watson
Orlando, FL

biju reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-17 00:00:00
u r great
plse give ur prsenal id
regads
biju

valerio reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-16 00:00:00
hello hans!
It's me again, valerio! :-)
i'd love to know if you have Howard Shore's email address....I'd like to have also your but... it's your choise... anyway thanks a lot!!!
Please answer me to: "sennar3@hotmail.it"

valerio reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-16 00:00:00
hallo hans!
I am Valerio, live in Italy and very interested in becoming a professional conposer like u... I'd have just a question 4u: Do I need to take a composition degree to become a composer for movies?

thanks in advance.
please answer me to: "sennar3@hotmail.it"

Toby T. Straight reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-09 00:00:00
Hallo,

I`m inspired from you.
I come from Germany, I`m a musican - playing more than hundred gigs a year...
My english is not so good...
Listening to your soundtracks is great, beautiful.
Search for "The Crossing Storm" - this we are.
;-)
My new girlfriend gave me your music - GREAT!
Thank you for this...
RESPECT!!!

Stefan Batachko reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-29 00:00:00
Hallo Herr Zimmer,eine Pre-production würde ich Ihnen gerne zukommen lassen..aber wie ? stefanbatschko@alice-dsl.net...sorry

Stefan Batachko reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-29 00:00:00
Hallo Herr Zimmer,eine Pre-production würde ich Ihnen gerne zukommen lassen..aber wie ?

Sinclair Mallia reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-12 00:00:00
Dear Mr. Zimmer,

I'm a fan of your great music. I'm a new film composer and I need some help.

Can you contact me on smallia@di-ve.com or sinclair_mallia@hotmail.com

Thanks a lot.

Yours

Sinclair Mallia

Christa Thompson reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-06 00:00:00
I loved ypur music in Friday The Thirteen. I was screaming and ecxcited the whole movie and it was absoulely great. Sorry foe the misspellings. Keep up your good work and MAY GOD BLESS YOU

mario reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-04 00:00:00
MpxpmP h1! nice site! oxyutelno

amid ahadi reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-03 00:00:00
i want to use your the two tower music in my game.
you know im from iran in our country we have not copyright rules so i want to ask you how can i use your music in my game i should pay or i dont know . . . plz contact me

eit0o@yahoo.com

Russell Esmenda reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-03 00:00:00
Hello Mr. Zimmer, I just want to thank you and James Newton Howard for making some beautiful music for The Dark Knight. It is filled with intense waves of emotion and moves me to tears sometimes. Looking forward to the Dark Knight 2's score. Regards.

Nathan Kelly reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-02 00:00:00
I wish that I could personally thank Hans Zimmer for creating such beautiful music. There are countless emotions that flow through me every time I hear "Run Free" from "Spirit," and I would like to thank him, and tell him that no amount of words can explain how wonderful these songs make me feel.

Thank You!

Seif reply Replies: 0 || 2009-02-11 00:00:00
Give please. When they discover the center of the universe, a lot of people will be disappointed to discover they are not it.
I am from Palestinian and learning to read in English, please tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "Harvard educated professionals edit and write resumes and cover letters, web pages and web sites, business."

With love :o, Seif.

Jonathan Jehle reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-31 00:00:00
Seehr geehrter Hans Zimmer,

mein name ist Jonathan und ich bin 15 Jahre alt.
Ich finde ihre Filmmusik einfach nur genjal!
Ich spiele selbst Klarinette und Alt Sax. (Ich spiele fast nur Stücke von ihnen in meiner Freizeit. Am liebsten Pirates of the Caribbean "Up is Down")
Ich drehe im Moment mit meinen Freunden einen Abenteuer film es handelt sich um fünf Ritter die versuchen einen Magier zu stürzen. Ich will aber keine Filmmusik klauen und habe desshalb versucht mein eigenes Stück zu komponieren. (Das ging voll in die Hose - wenn ich das so sagen darf- !
Wenn ich nun jemeanden beauftragen würde, dann würde dass aber ne ganze Stange geld kosten. Können Sie mir da vielleicht helfen?
Wenn ja können Sie mir auf diese Adresse zurück schreiben:

horsesrider@web.de

Viele Grüße aus dem Schwarzwald

Jonathan Jehle

lkj reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-31 00:00:00
its fantstik

Scott Hunter reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-27 00:00:00
I am a ravenous fan of the scores to the new Batman films. I am WarlokLord from the FSM forums, btw. I was hoping someone might have a line on the *film order* of the material on the 2CD set of The Dark Knight... a number of us (fans) wish to listen to the expanded soundtrack in as close to film order as possible - as always to preserve the emotional ride. I personally have been holding off listening to The Dark Knight until I gain such information from somehwere. Sometimes I would endeavour to place the music in film order myself, but the track titles and the vast array of tracks themselves seem to make that a daunting task. I was hoping anybody might have some leads on an official film order for myself and cohorts? Thanks for any help and your time.

Addison Butler reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-21 00:00:00
Hey! I am Addison Butler and I live in America. Today, I was walking home from school, listening to the fine works of Mr. Hans Zimmer, and I realized, wow! This guy wrote every note for every instrument for each piece! I am 12 years old and I play the Trombone (Trombone girls rock!) at my middle school. So anyway, I was walking home, and I just stopped there, and savored the sensation of his music, and then there I was, looking like a total retard with my eyes shut. It was then that I just had a wierd craving to touch the original sheet music for Run Free (Spirit, Stallion of the Cimmaron) (It's my favorite song of all time). And I just came here because I want SO MUCH to tell him that I am not like all the kids at my school. I like rock music, but I like instrumental more. I like hip hop, but I prefer his music over anything else. He went to highschool with my uncle, Andy Hause. And now my uncle hates him because he thought Hans cheated off of him in some class.

So anyway, I was just wondering if anyone could get his email adress.

Addison Butler
addisonfirstgirl@gmail.com

Addison Butler reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-21 00:00:00
Hey! I am Addison Butler and I live in America. Today, I was walking home from school, listening to the fine works of Mr. Hans Zimmer, and I realized, wow! This guy wrote every note for every instrument for each piece! I am 12 years old and I play the Trombone (Trombone girls rock!) at my middle school. So anyway, I was walking home, and I just stopped there, and savored the sensation of his music, and then there I was, looking like a total retard with my eyes shut. It was then that I just had a wierd craving to touch the original sheet music for Run Free (Spirit, Stallion of the Cimmaron) (It's my favorite song of all time). And I just came here because I want SO MUCH to tell him that I am not like all the kids at my school. I like rock music, but I like instrumental more. I like hip hop, but I

Jenny reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-19 00:00:00
Hi Mr. Zimmer. My name is Jenny and I go to LaGrange College in GA. I am writing a research paper on composers for my one theatre class. Our professor Dr. Edwards suggested we try to get in touch with people in our chosen fields, and I figured it was worth a shot to try to contact you. I just have a few simple questions, and would greatly appreciate it if you had to the time to contact me! jecrawford@lagrange.edu Thank you!

Joseph reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-03 00:00:00
Where can I purchase the Deception sdtrck?

Andy reply Replies: 0 || 2008-12-31 00:00:00
Hans Zimmer, your the best!!! I am your biggest fan!!! Your music is thrilling and Suspenseful yet emotional and sympathetic. It is so enjoyable to watch a movie with your music supporting it. Thank you for all your time and effort you put into your music and please keep making more. Great Site, thanks for starting it.

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