Departure Into The Standing Gravitational Wave, Science Fiction - Film - Trailer

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This is the test for trailer music (version 1) for a science fiction project, which is to be written by about 10 authors. I wanted to get the enormous and huge sound. It should be tremendous big and mighty. As big as the biggest spaceship could be, even a little bigger. The world in this spaceship is an own organism. Like innocence itself, with deadly accuracy, too, shy and charming, doing its best to fulfil the expectations. But this discussion does not do justice to the novel!?

The first 20 bars are missing because it is not possible to simulate it to GM-Sounds. They were played with a Provet. But you can hear it in the mp3-file. The piece was realized within 5 days from the idea to the composition, FX sound creating, mixdown, cutting the trailer and adapting the sound-file. I hope you get the Star Trek-film-feeling. I really enjoyed it to see the fearless spaceships moving around the screen with the intention, to save our world. In this spirit Luck is on our side again.

Addition (02.08.2016): Finally they found gravitational waves. It was on September 14th, 2015. They expect to find more gravitational waves from HM Cancri (J0806) sometime (20 years?). Now it would be interesting to find the "standing gravitational wave" perhaps nearby two rotating neutron stars?


Score ID
46301
Composer
Year of composition
2006
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Orchestra
Genre
Other
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