Space Pineapple Prod.

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  1. I don't think you understand my question. I'm speaking of the first part. In the movie, there are some ghostly voices that play over the opening that aren't present in the original album.
  2. I've been wondering about something. In the film version of "A Promise Kept", the beginning has synth choir playing on top of the low brass, separate from the raspy gasp sound that plays in that scene. Could that be taken from "2 1/2 Miles Down" or a similar cue?
  3. Sometimes you don't get a notification. It's weird.
  4. Yeah, I see what you mean. In my opinion, it's slightly less painful to listen to the concert, because while the edits are recreated, they sound a LOT better than they do in the film.
  5. Ah, it appears I was unclear. I understand that it is still the edited score, but it's played live so the edits are not present. That's what I meant. I also knew there were some differences, but thank you for the example. That I did not know.
  6. Just out of curiosity, have any of you all heard of Titanic Live? It's one of those live scoring to picture concerts and, because it's live, there are no sloppy edits so you can listen to the score as in the movie without the agony of the edits.
  7. And my package is officially here! Unfortunately, I can't actually have it until Christmas! Yaaaaaaaaay!!!
  8. The first little four note motif is indeed in the film a few times. You here it first in the beginning of 2 1/2 miles down when the sunken ship first comes into view. It's tracked throughout the sinking of the ship from that very cue like you said. It is also heard in a few other scenes, such as the end of the scene at the promenade and in Rose's Suicide Attempt, though I'm unsure if they're tracked in like in the sinking as I do not have the score yet. You were pretty much spot on.
  9. Damn. I was wanting that version. Oh well.
  10. Here's a question. Does the track on this album "Unable to Stay, Unwilling to Leave" have the Uilleann pipes in the mix or just the flute?
  11. I feel as though it is rather important to note that several of the film versions of the cues contain parts of or are comprised entirely of alternate versions, such as Leaving Port, Southampton, and A Promise Kept.
  12. It's also just so amazing how he makes the happy, tender love theme sound so sad and hopeless. Death of Titanic is great at conveying the gravity of the situation with that theme alone.
  13. Exactly that. Thank you.
  14. Let's not forget all the synth everything else strewn about the score.
  15. Well I know that, I'm speaking of the overall release and how the quality of one compares to the other.