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1 Disc<br>WELP<br>Interstellar music less important than superhero music confirmedI once again heard some of Mr. Zimmer's work and once again I just felt the need to hug that man I've never met and thank him for making my small slice of the world such a better place for a while.<br><br>Nothing makes much sense, but the beauty of music like his is such a pure and simple pleasure I fell it has to be point of Everything.Audio CD (17 Nov 2014)<br>Label: Sony Music Classical<br>Number of discs: 1<br>ASIN: B00OTB14SI<br>Amazon.co.uk Sales Rank: 3013Hi<br><br>Composers list is very difficult after first 5 ...Yes,disapprove first list.New list is here...James Horner and Henry Mancini,Two greatest. l think Horner's big main theme etc. is nothing.(May be Braveheart or Aliens) l think Elfman's only Batman and Fable themes is good,You must listen Mancini's Life force theme.Big one<br><br>Thanks<br>sorry my english.<br><br>astrotema.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/the-greatest-film-compose rs-of-all-time/Audio CD (17 Nov 2014)<br>Number of Discs: 1<br>Format: Import<br>Label: Watertower Music<br>ASIN: B00OTLFGDW
Happy Birthday to me! Outer Space, Nolan and Zimmer.Please could I have the lyrics of the Limpopo river song in the power of one and a translation if available .many thanks <br>ArieYeah too bad I've got the midi files to compare the two, they are both based on the same material. Just like the "Water"/"H2O" theme from angels and demons is just a reworked version of "Malleus Maleficarum".@bro: falseIt is in the movie. It's called "If You Love These People".
Will somebody clarify something for me? Are "Six Weeks Ago", the beginning couple minutes of "Tangiers", "Coming Home", and "Jason Is Reborn" even used in the movie? I watched the movie recently and don't remember hearing them (and the first couple minutes of Tangiers were replaced with "The Drop" from Supremacy, if I recall...).Damn... I agree it is the best in the soundtrack. Thanks!I could picture it being used during the last scene with Zod....or even during the final fight scene as a whole (give it a "Beckett's Death" cue kinda feel), but I wouldn't wanna trade "If You Love These People" for that.Nope it's not in the movie... Could have, should have probably !Will be interesting to know more details next month! :)
I asked Andrew what he did, it's indeed some arranging & editing, usual with Nolan films : taking suites & cutting them to picture... Don't think much notes are his though...Do any of you guys know if that part was in the film itself? I really want to find that scene and I've been looking everywhere!We may indeed find, contrary to all the "Zimmer alone" reports so far, that Andrew Kawczynski did some cue arrangements. Because whoever the "Sequencer Programmer" was on previous Zimmer scores would often end up being an arranger... ;)Interesting interview with Hans on potc 4 and kfp 2. <br>filmmusicmag dot com/?p=7890Oh of course, it just adds to my excitement to see how close to the chest Hans played this one!
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OKKU reply Replies: 2 || 2014-10-23 11:41:33
The Greatest Film Composers of All Time

astrotema.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/the-greatest-film-compose rs-of-all-time/



Edmund Meinerts2014-10-23 11:45:44
That's a solid list (although I wish I could read the reasoning :p ). Danny Elfman and James Horner immediately stand out as "missing", but I'm not sure who I'd have them replace either. I guess I'm not that big a fan of Henry Mancini, but he's written so much iconic stuff it's hard to argue...


OKKU2014-10-24 13:10:18
Hi

Composers list is very difficult after first 5 ...Yes,disapprove first list.New list is here...James Horner and Henry Mancini,Two greatest. l think Horner's big main theme etc. is nothing.(May be Braveheart or Aliens) l think Elfman's only Batman and Fable themes is good,You must listen Mancini's Life force theme.Big one

Thanks
sorry my english.

astrotema.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/the-greatest-film-compose rs-of-all-time/

Andrea reply Replies: 0 || 2014-10-21 15:04:55
Dear Sir,
I would like to tell you that your music has inspired me so much, Pirates of the caribbean is really, really amazing and I love it so much.
Really fan of your music!

Vinay reply Replies: 0 || 2014-10-16 10:59:32
Hello sir,
I'm very big fan of your music. I heard inception,man of steel,batman trilogy etc. awesome musics...

Drunkenmunkey reply Replies: 0 || 2014-10-12 20:02:06
Does anyone know what the notes/chord progression of the tomorrowland hymn is? I want to need the basic da du da de da de da da theme. Thanks!

Zhang jiawen reply Replies: 0 || 2014-10-12 17:14:50
Mr Zimmer,im your big fan who's from China,I studied piano for 14 years,now im 17 years old,I'm considering whether to efforts and work with you in the future,that's my biggest dream in my life,could you please tell me what should i do now?how can i realize my dream?if there is a chance,i can do anything for it,i always imitation your film and game bgm,really into it,please tell me what should i do or learn in my future study life,I'll do my best, believe me.email:2461861188@qq.com thanks,If the relevant personnel to see, also please help me to give him the message, thank you very muc

LAURA reply Replies: 0 || 2014-10-02 15:02:47
Hello!
My English is very poor, but I'll try. I'm a big fan and I'm a lover of all soundtracks or Hans Zimmer. All his music is the soundtrack of my life and I would like to ask a favor.
I would love to do a concert of Hans in Madrid. Would it be possible?
Thank you very much and congratulations for all your Work!!

marcorea1 reply Replies: 0 || 2014-09-28 23:08:53
using the 'Greeks on Attack' percussion from 300: rise of an empire, i layered over my own orchestration to create a completely new composition.

hope you all enjoy :)

soundcloud.com/marcorea/doc1

Johan reply Replies: 8 || 2014-03-12 23:08:03
Guys? Where do you make all this amazing stuff? Where do you get the instrument library from? Which program do you work with?

If anyone could help me get started to do some music. I would be in your dept forever. My biggest dream is to become a music composer, some people where I live, laugh at it but why can't I have dreams of my own.. I am only 17 and got many years left do become something, but if somone could answer what i should start with. Then I will practice and work with it every day.


Zimson2014-03-13 10:01:08
Well, Hans works with a program called Cubase. It isn't cheap but it's worth your money. I currently use FL Studio and I'm pretty fine with it. The producer's edition only costs about 200$ or sth., so you would be able to afford it. I'm also looking forward to buy some software from EastWest. They have the best orchestral samples you can find.


MacArthur2014-03-13 16:32:55
Logic pro is good to.


MacArthur2014-03-13 16:49:25
Can you program cubase for a Mac?


Lambegue2014-03-13 17:56:24
Yes. If you have a Mac, it's not really difficult to find good music programs.


Johan2014-03-14 19:48:28
okey thanks!

Just one more question. How do you start with a new song?
Do you first start with the whole melody and complete it or? And after that, what do you do? Do you start layer different instruments? Is precussion important to start with early?

If somone can just make a quick short step by step list I would be grateful :)


MacArthur2014-03-14 23:16:44
Do whatever you want to do.


Cristina2014-04-06 20:13:54
Hey there, look I'm currently in a composition class in college, you really work at it how you want. I would suggest if you want a free program: MuseScore, I think it's fantastic despite the MIDI sounds, and it's super simple to use. If you don't know how to do something you can just Google "MuseScore (question)", ex: "MuseScore, how to tie notes" and Google their manual will come up easily.

I suggest learning some basic musical terminology (if you don't already know) because it will make your life a whole lot easier.

In class some suggestions to start if you are unsure of what to do is to:
A. Create a chord progression and build your melodies and harmonies off of that.
B. Create a melody line and use the notes in it to determine what chords you want to use to harmonize with it.

Personally, I hear melody and harmonies in my head, so I put that down, but I get stumped a lot, so I bring in the music theory and general musical knowledge into play and that helps.

Mind you, I've only made 1 composition and am working on my second, but these things help.

Be sure you understand what your tempo is and try to write out the rhythm first if you are having a heard time getting it from your head to the staff. Then figure out what key you are in, you can use an instrument to uncover what notes they are and where your sharps and flats lie. Is it major? Is it natural, harmonic, melodic, or synthetic minor?

If you don't have an instrument at your disposal, it's easy to figure it out on MuseScore anyway, but you can also always use the Virtual Piano, just google it. ;)

Understanding the basics of piano is a must for composers, it is basically Music Theory laid out as an instrument for you. It also helps to sing your melody lines and note where you have to stop to breath, you those areas to add rests. Instruments that don't require breath support still need to pause at point and "breath," this adds a feeling of emotion and helps instrumentalists to make your melody lines sing, despite their instrument.

Those are only a grain of tips for you, but I hope it helps regardless! Keep dreaming, and dream big! As long as you put your heart into it, you'll go places.


msml2014-09-28 10:40:58
For a new user who has not become welded to the hardware model interface, I recommend Tracktion. It is very inexpensive and now has Celemony integrated into it. EWQL orchestral samples are indeed wonderful. With their 450 MB 70-piece string section in my left hand and my Modular Moog in my right, I feel like the wrath of God. But don't overlook older samples. The Emulator X software has all the samples of the newer Proteus family. They may not sound so good naked but they sit well in mixes. The Planet Earth samples are still up there with RA as the most useful world music samples in my setup. Now if I could just play keyboards...

How to go about it? Peter Gabriel puts in many tracks, then takes them away one by one. Sort of like the sculptor freeing a statue from a block of marble. Try creating a drum track and then giving it to different instruments. That should get the juices flowing.

Michael reply Replies: 1 || 2014-08-06 13:11:34
Sounds of Tomorrowland of Daniel Riltsov is very good. Fantastic athmosphere! Very good job!


Daniel Riltsov2014-08-20 23:52:24
Thanks!!!

Mike reply Replies: 3 || 2014-05-16 15:15:56
"Inception feat. Tim Wussow" is VERY well done and has some very clever arrangements. The version of Time at the end is really....inventive. Nice job, sir.


Robin Patzak2014-05-28 23:27:28
Thank you so much man. Credits aren't going purely to me, since Tim has written this genius guitar solo ! :)
please watch the video too =) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=on9CwBCGyUU


Zimson2014-05-29 03:55:45
Wow, that's really great!


Mike2014-08-08 00:31:44
Video is awesome, too. Good luck on future musical endeavors. :)

Case reply Replies: 1 || 2014-08-06 15:57:44
How hard is it to have a career in music. Specifically making music for movies.


Michael2014-08-06 19:09:36
I think the most difficult thing is, being creative when necessary. &#55357;&#56842;

Yuself reply Replies: 1 || 2014-07-29 22:11:05
Awesome, awesome I'm Spider Man arrangement by Jay M :)


Jay.m2014-08-04 08:00:31
Thank you ... means a lot to me

Zimson reply Replies: 0 || 2014-06-06 14:30:37
The GoT guitar arrangement is great! More stuff please!

Hale reply Replies: 0 || 2014-06-05 20:45:06
Rush Melodies is awesome!! So good stuff re-arranged! :D

darklord reply Replies: 2 || 2014-04-20 00:31:13
Wow some of these are truly amazing. Such as Transformers by Nir Shor and A Fire Will Rise by Oleg Riltsov. Out of curiosity, is there a way to download these? Would really love to put them on my iPod. Unfortunately I do not have a smart phone to listen to these while on the go :(


Zimson2014-04-20 03:53:10
You could e-mail the admins, maybe they can give you the tracks you want.


Antas, Webmaster2014-04-24 10:06:15
You can contact me at antas@hans-zimmer.com

Ramon reply Replies: 2 || 2014-04-22 06:31:28
Like'em so much. All amazing works! Wish I could save/downloaded on my PC. What shall I do?


Kia2014-04-22 07:03:30
Get Flash video downloader extension for Firefox.


Marc2014-04-22 12:35:19
Or use Internet Download Manager.. :)

Hélio Biazoto reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-08 14:49:47
Hello, I'm a musician marching band in Brazil and we care about playing the theme from the movie Rango, Rango Suite. Is there any way to get the sheet music? Thank you in advance.

Lonnie reply Replies: 0 || 2014-03-07 19:11:02
Has anyone caught a live symphonic performance of any of this great music!? Zimmer? Jablonsky? It would be moving to hear it live!

Hispano reply Replies: 2 || 2014-01-31 11:30:50
The player don't work on android. Please keep the downloads links.


Antas, Webmaster2014-01-31 14:16:19
I prefer streaming method. I will look for an other mp3 player


Hispano2014-02-04 11:14:17
Ok, now this work

Antas, Webmaster reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-31 11:19:17
new player with direct streaming instead of mp3 downloading :)

Jim reply Replies: 7 || 2013-07-11 00:59:14
The Dark Knight - A Fire Will Rise by Oleg Riltsov is amazing!!


Mike2013-08-17 19:57:28
Indeed it is!


MacArthur2013-08-18 18:21:47
The Acoustics were awesome. He was a little of in terms of time signature and counting but aside from that on a score form 1 to 10 an 8 for amazing accuracy


MacArthur2013-09-04 06:44:46
I meant Off*


majidjon132013-10-26 05:17:33
I am listening and YES.amazing


Zimson2013-11-20 18:28:18
Hell yes!! I want to have that samples too.


Mike2014-01-08 00:24:56
Some of the samples came from that contest back in 2012 where fans were asking to make a commercial for Chrysler and were given all the samples used in TDKR's third trailer score to do so.


Mike2014-01-08 00:25:45
were asked*. That's what I get for not looking closely before submitting. ;)

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2013-10-28 04:12:34
the 160bpm rock cover is very clever! well done! :)

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-10-23 17:44:46
Compliments to Ryan Harner's "This is Clark Kent" cover. Has a very Thomas Newman-ish sound, and I love that guy.

Simone Cilio reply Replies: 0 || 2013-07-28 03:02:46
Thank you very much Antas for published my cover :)

Nirmal Walunzkar reply Replies: 2 || 2013-07-04 11:17:55
Question.. I have also Submitted my Cover Version of 160BPM from Angels and Demons. so are there any criteria that must be fulfilled because i had submitted it 11 days ago


Antas, Webmaster2013-07-06 12:19:22
Sorry for the delay. It's online now


Nirmal Walunzkar2013-07-11 11:45:21
Thank You..

Eddo (Netherlands) reply Replies: 1 || 2013-06-27 22:30:40
I like the Old ´John Williams´ notes in:
Man Of Steel - Trailer Music (2013) [submitted : June, 07 2013]
Performed by Chris Brown

Great Job Chris Brown, That´s very welcome.


Chris Brown (Canada)2013-07-06 14:07:37
Thank you, Eddo.

Mike reply Replies: 1 || 2013-02-28 20:21:45
Question....are we allowed to post movie version edits of songs? For example, I have a version of the Batman Chased scene from TDKR which is closer to the film version, but it's from pre-existing cues. I didn't do any recording myself.


Antas, Webmaster2013-06-19 12:39:00
Only cover version made by yourself. Thanks!

Simone Cilio reply Replies: 0 || 2012-08-14 01:16:03
thanks a lot for publishing my covers!!!
it's a great honor to make a tribute to an amazing composer like Hans..! and this page is a fantastic opportunity to do it..

A Watchful Guardian reply Replies: 0 || 2012-06-17 00:07:10
Well there's a Youtube channel called "yourfavoratemusic" that has many excellent covers of Hans Zimmer's music.

He wrote them while in a foreign country for a year, using nothing but a mouse and laptop keys. They'll be re-done in a month when he goes back to the U.S. (with better resources)

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