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14m0 "4x4" from Back to the Future (Virtual)

Discussion in 'Tips, Tricks & Talk' started by George Streicher, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. Just got myself a copy of the Omni Music Publishing score for "Back to the Future" and decided to sight play in one of my favorite cues! Thought you guys might enjoy it:

    I used Cinematic Studio Brass, Cinematic Studio Strings, CineWinds and CinePerc.

    On the FX bus I had an instance of FabEQ, QL Spaces (Burbank Studio Small) and Seventh Heaven's bricasti verb emulator (Boston Hall).

    On the master bus I have FabEQ, Kramer Master Tape, Abbey Road Vinyl, CLA 2A compressor and Ozone Elements.
  2. Sounds great!
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  3. I love this cue too. Here's the original:

    And here's my take on it:

    I tempo mapped the original, but the blurring of rhythm in the live recording made that a challenge.
  4. Hi George,
    How are these libraries in terns of Playability/Performance (articulations,...)?
    And in terms of Dryness?
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  5. They're definitely not the best in playability - lots of lag, so I tend to drop the tempo while I play things in.

    Dryness wise, they have different mic settings (close, mid, room & mix) but they definitely have a room-y quality to them
  6. Sounds pretty good George! This is one of my favorite scores of all time, I know it pretty much by heart.

    A little more expression at the ends of phrases and you would be golden.
    As a side note, I have the conductor's score for this, is the omni edition better? (other than not being hand written)
  7. Pretty cool.
  8. I have a few of the Omnis and they're great. Would love to see that hand-written score.
  9. #9 Leonardo Badinella, Aug 25, 2019
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2019
    sure, let me put it in my box account.


    Haha it didn't fit.

    Anyway, I used wetransfer and sent it to a dummy email.

    Here's the link:


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