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  1. Maybe my Search Fu is not strong but I've found links to threads for cue lists for Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, JFK for Pete's sake. The closest to a Star Wars cue thread I found was this: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vRtrG_j5LEL5dTl9Ehw0aHE4IUm9AgofiJ8I-RXnVIJlski4kmPR6qLSWVPiUW_ltSaC79ZEZ9OYzl7/pubhtml https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vQe7TbSHJWT9aHgJxYIBfLQkxRsgQa5AKNq1lBsAfH4mlJ36ZBCcu5xFSk4jDOtP_cqq-_uLp5nTBy2/pubhtml I don't seem to have made one for TESB, but there's this: http://www.jwfan.com/?p=4092 Can people who know a lot more about this stuff than me help build this up? 1) It's Star Wars! 2) It's part of my Quixotic quest to get people to stop using "Binary Sunset" as a title.
  2. Apologies if this has been shared before, but I can't recall seeing it. For those curious: R1P1 - Main Title R1P1 - Main Title - Long Version R1P2A - Theme Over Scottish Drums R1P4 - Receiving the News R4P1 - The Railroad Yard R4P3 - Bannisters Office R5P1A - Cubans Everywhere! R6P4 - Effects [synthesizer - "low explosions at varying pitches"] R8P1 - Ruby and Warren R8P2 - Under the Rifle Sights R9P1 - Easter Sunday Morning R9P6 - Shaw's Exit R10P3A - David Ferrie's Apartment R12P3 - Circles of Power R12P5A - End Note Bar 65 R12P6A - Bar 55 Crossover R13P3 - Bedtime T.V. R13P5 - Oswald Visits Hosts R13PX - The Porch Scene R14P3 - The Bedroom Scene Arlington Arlington Insert (Dialogue Version) The Conspirators Drum Loop Garrison's Obsession The Motorcade End Credits Theme From "J.F.K" Theme From "J.F.K." (Piano Version) Source music: R3 - Eternal Father, Strong to Save (Navy Hymn) R9 - "Maryland My Maryland"
  3. Hi. In film scoring can someone please explain what the 'cue' symbols (eg) "2m3", "insert" and "D2-T O2" mean in detail? A link would be great. I am googeling "score cues", "cue lists" etc but can't get any good hits. The symbols are the same in every score. They appear to be common to the `business rather than score specific. Thanks for any help. JM
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