🌉 Share Your BRIDGERTON Score 📽
Good luck everybody !0
I really enjoyed this competition. Please let me know what you think if you have time.
btw - I am amazed how many entries have well over 2K views in such a short period of time with a small number of subscribers. I am relatively new to this whole thing but am interested to know if anyone is willing to comment. Thanks.0
Here's my submission. I spent way too long on it, but it was so fun.
Feel free to leave some feedback (good and bad!)0
Good scoring! Love it!0
https://youtu.be/efbjCCKnRiQ. Hello all! I here my version:) More classical, as I think. Good luck to ALL of us!!! Cheers, Christoph from Bonn, Germany0
Hi there! This is my rendition for the competition! I hope you’ll enjoy it! Best luck to everyone!0
Regardless of who will win, I had so much fun, learned many things and realised my weak points. Hope everyone had fun as I did :)0
This is my entry to the Competition.
Good luck for everyone.
Hi , here is my submission !
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Here is my entry. First time that I did anything like this. I'd like any feedback from you guys o learn to get better.0
And best wishes to all.
Congratulations for all those greats soundtracks here and thanks for sharing them.
Many thanks also, to Spitfire and Netflix for this scoring competition, and allowing anyone to involve freely. Regardless the results, this was so challenging and inspiring. And fun too !
Here is my contribution.
For those who wonder, here are the technical specifications i used :
Eastwest Hollywood Orchestra (mostly, and few additionals percussions for the final), and Spitfire Originals Epic Strings (for the staccatos and pizz in the Queen's scene)
Dorico (for scoring and playback), Audacity (fine mixing orchestral blocs), and Blender 3D (mixing audio tracks and video for the final result)
Bye and good luck to all !0
Being late to the competitions might be my hallmark at this point...but despite not being able to participate for the rewards, it am beyond happy to finalize this challenge and share my piece, as it took a solid chunk of my insanity by not having previous interactions with such themes (costumes, aristocracy etc.). But story aside, behold!
Edit: I'm in love with some of the previous entries, as it shows how different one can take his approach to the picture on screen. It's super inspiring, good job everyone!0
Thank you to SPITFIRE AUDIO and BRIDGERTON's composer Kris Bowers for this opportunity and hosting the event! Best wishes to all of the talented people in the Spitfire composing community that have entered the competition.
My composing Notes about BRIDGERTON
When I first watched the clip to compose, (episode 5 season One) It was very compelling to watch. Up to this point I had only seen the first three episodes. I needed to go back and study the storyline better, fill in the gaps and drama leading up to this point, in order to write music fitting to the scenes and characters before I could start writing.
I had Questions? What lead up to the un-assuredness of Daphne's smile in the first scene, her expression didn't seem to be overjoyed regarding her engagement? Who was Mrs. Whistledown and the effect of her tabloid, and the mother and daughter in the carriage, were they friends or snickering adversaries to the future bride?
In writing and performing the music I kept great attention to the movement of each scene, actors facial expressions-moods, and not to overpower the dialogue. I used a lot of tempo changes and phrasing to follow the movement in each scene and propel things forward with each cue.
In the last scene with the Bridgerton girls walking down the staircase I wanted the music to make you feel the anticipation of more to come. “To be Continued."
I chose to write a string score which was consistent with the style of the show, but also felt it fit my interpretation to support the storyline and the characters.
I can now say I have watched all episodes of seasons one and two! Great storytelling of the writers of the show, directing and actors are excellent and believable, costume and set design amazing! I understand why this is such a highly rated Netflix show and has so many fans!
To quote the QUEEN, "Nothing but the BEST"!
This was very challenging, hope you enjoy it!
Again, Best wishes to everyone!0
Hi, i realy had fun with this Competiotion (Thnx SA and Netflix). After annoucing it, i dont felt, this will be fun for me (i like compose nostalgic or dramma music). But when i started, i discovered that i felt good in this style with mixing dramma and comedy in my composition. I hope you like it (if not, feel free to write some construcive critisism).
Good luck to everyone ;)0
Wow, listening to all these entries I find it harder to decide who WOULDN'T win! I feel like scoring a piece that isn't an action scene has brought out a chance for everyone to really score with their emotions! Also, totally didn't even think about spitfire having forums, so this gets to be my first post here too! woohoo! (Diggin' the site redesign too!)0
Here's my entry:
Good luck, everyone!0
Here is my entry:
Best wishes to all participants!
Yes, it’s quizzical how so many entries have thousands of views. Many also have 600-700+.
Perhaps they’re being helped on their way by some unexplainable method or otherwise. If that’s the case, they may believe by bumping up views they’ll have a bigger chance of success in the contest.1
“. . . unexplainable method . . .” That’s an interesting hypothesis. I appreciate your response.0
hi everyone, hope it sounds okay, any good constructive criticism is always welcome ,enjoy0
Thank you Spitfire for the Competition. Good Luck to all Composer 🎶🎬️
Best regards MaRnE0
Hi everyone... here is my "Bridgerton" score.
Hope you'll enjoy it!!0
Hello all! This is my edited version of my entry ... (I added a harpsichord, fits better in this historical period and sounds better on mobile devices) ... - Great opportunity and big fun!! All the best to everyone. - and thank you again Spitfire Audio and Netflix for this fine competition.0
I'm new in the Scoring World and this is my first composition ever. It was a lot of fun to do!
I hope you like it.0
Love this community! Sharing my take on this scene where I used mostly strings and a minimalistic piano intro. Hope you like it.0
Here is my entry.
First time trying this type of contest.
I used only Spitfire software/plugins.
Good luck to everyone.0
Hello everyone! This is my Bridgertone!
Queen Charlotte's entry inspired a composition of chamber music, so I wrote and recorded a mandolin quartet with harpsichord and orchestra.
This is my musical proposition. Gregory.0
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