🌉 Share Your BRIDGERTON Score 📽
Happy to share my modest contribution.
It is my first orchestral composition as well as scoring exercise. Any feedback is very much appreciated !
Now it is done, I can take a moment to listen to your masterpieces ! Gonna be fun !
Good luck to everyone 😀
Blown away by the submissions I’ve heard so far. Hopefully this is the actual day job of many of them-making music. Mine isnot particularly adventurous but i loved the experience. https://youtu.be/1m9gXA2qd341
If anyone could give me some feedback that would be great :) Seen so many amazing entries already!0
another one submission... but we're here for that aren't we? good luck everybody... I'd love any feedback0
It's definitely in the top ones I've listened to. Enjoying the transitions a lot. Well done1
Hi guys, I was pretty clueless last year but managed to pull it together for the Bridgerton contest. Thanks for listening and please let me know what you think 😊0
This is my final score! Good luck everyone!0
Hello everyone! Would love some feedback! Good luck!0
Her is my take: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMozdV9s9RU&t=3s
Good luck to all participants in the competition!0
This was very fun to do! Enjoy🙂 Best to all who entered - we are all so GOOOOOD!0
The following is my entry to the Bridgerton Scoring Competition. I reworked my previous version in hopes of better catering to the emotions and changes in the scenes. I have very little experience with scoring to picture, but I tried my best to accompany the scenes with music that I personally felt fit the vibe. This year's competition is totally out of my comfort zone due to the period-specific nature of the scene - the music I make is on the opposite side of the spectrum and mainly electronic. Having said that, I'm always open to a fun challenge and tried to lean into my strength in electronic music rather than try to create something I clearly have no experience in making. Specifically, I tried to imagine how electronic music would sound if it was created in that era. I really enjoy syncing my music to visuals. However, I usually do the process in reverse - finding visuals that match my music and then reworking the track from there. I find it very difficult to do the process the other way around - making music to visuals. In the end, I made a derivative version of my song, "Lovelorn", and used it as the score to this scene. I hope you enjoy!
Hi folks! Yiduo from Boston here! This is my first time competing for a film scoring contest and also first time using a spitfire orchestral library. Any comment is welcomed and critiques are especially appreciated!
Here's my entry! Looking forward to listening to some more compositions for this competition. For mine, I was sort of going for the audio analogue of Wes Anderson's visuals lol. Hope you like it!1
It was so much fun to score this scene. Good luck everyone!0
Having trouble getting my video to even show up on the #mybridgertonscore tag on youtube and hoping you could all check it out to see if its just things on my end.
Here's the link for the video.
Appreciate the love and best of luck to everyone! :)0
I have exactly the same problem as the others. The video does not appear on whatever account I'm logged in to, and the views are probably just mine. So I paste here for anyone to see.
I don't know what I'm doing yet. I'm an IT specialist and the only things I've composed are two films for the Spitfire competition. So you can call me Spitfire Competition Composer ;) 3 years ago I bought my first piano and I'm trying to play Chopin ... This is my entire musical background.
If anyone wants to share with me their critical (preferably) comments about my score, I will be grateful.
Good luck in the competition!0
The following is my final entry to the Bridgerton Scoring Competition. I apologize for constantly editing my entry, every time I listen back on my entry the next day, I hear ways of improving it. For this third and final revision, I brought up the volume of the dialogue and FX to improve the balance between the music. I also decided to share the isolated score in case anyone would like to listen to the music by itself.
I hope you enjoy!
Isolated Score: https://youtu.be/iHHVZzN7EsU
It is a pleasure to participate in this competition! Good luck everyone. Very interesting scores! :)0
Here we go! I hope you guys like it :)
Regards from Brazil!0
It's my entry to the contest. Hope you enjoy it.
All the best for everyone,
Adding another one to the pool0
Made on 8gb of ram laptop with Kontakt 5
Spitfire Audio -Albion one -Harpsichord -Originals Epic Choir -British Drama Toolkit
Project Sam -True Strike
Soundiron-Iron Pack 8 - tuned glass
I have autism an quite sensitive hearing so not able to mix on headphones0
Hi guys, let's try this again ;)
Hope you like it 🙂0
So many awesome entries! Thank you Spitfire for this opportunity, here is my composition! =)
Any feedback is welcome, thanks!1
Gotta say, one more time for me too. Here is the latest version. I deleted parts of it so that I didn't cover up any of the audio or fx in the scene. Hope you like it! Hello from Alaska:) Any feedback will be appreciated, thank you. Good luck everyone!0
It was so fun doing that! Hope everybody enjoy!
Good luck everyone! 😄0
Above my entry to the Bridgeton competition. I am reasonably happy with it myself. To all of you, good luck and happy composing. Harry.0
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