🌉 Share Your BRIDGERTON Score 📽
2000 proposals ???
I have a sympathetic thought for those who will have to sort all this...😓0
Was fun, thanks for another scoring competition0
Here is my Video. I hope you have fun. (At the scene with the Duke) ;)0
I hope you enjoy watching my score for the competition and I'm looking forward to your comments !
I wish you all the best of luck !!0
Best of luck to all of you1
Here is my entry for the competition. It's the first time I've ever written something like that and I sure had a lot of fun :) Let me know what you think and good luck to all of you!0
Yaha, I thought it was a stroke of genius to pick this subject, assuming it would yield far less submissions. But then it did, too, didn't it? Wasn't there something like 11,000 submissions on the first contest? With 2.2k this method does seem to have worked after all. 🤭
But there are loads of absolutely beautiful pieces. Many times the music itself that came out of this has been absolutely delightful and down right excellent.
Really, though, if the first few seconds don't suggest some sort of promise, I'm sure it will quickly get sorted. I have no idea how well mine will do in that regard, but it's something I will certainly keep in mind for future rounds! 😎0
I knew I needed to do a cover for this. Too on the nose?1
My first ever film composition, would like to hear any feedback and advice yall can give1
I know it won't win but as an exercise, I really loved it. Best of luck to all who have entered!0
This was fun! Good luck to all. 😄0
This was a lot of fun to score, with great characters, strong emotion, really well-done show. I confess I didn't watch Bridgerton or the S1 E5 episode until I was done with my score so I had a clean slate, seemed to work for me :-).
Really great talent here, what a great community, best of luck to all!0
Thanks for this opportunity! Good luck everyone!0
Here is my entry for the Bridgerton Score. I love hearing all the different entries.
Good Luck everyone!0
Hi Guys, here is my modest entry to the competition, check it out ! So many great scores for this contest, guys are awesome.
Good luck everyone !0
I already hoped for some non-action scene this year! Didn't think I would eventually end up with this combination of Spitfire libraries I would use in my score for a show like Bridgerton: Albion Solstice, BBC Symphony Orchestra Pro and Olafur Arnalds Stratus. Any feedback is welcome!0
¡Hola compañeros!, dejo mi puntuación. Disfruté componiendo para esta escena. Suerte a todos. Saludos desde Sevilla.1
Right up the the deadline! Here's mine... (Excuse the long post, but I had fun doing this one a bit differently...)
Entirely produced using BBCSO Pro #oneorchestra (I like having to arrange every section independently. No shortcuts. Helps me learn!)
It's very straightforward - no synths, or soundscapes. Just BBCSO. So no prizes for being cutting edge I guess. But it felt right...
I did a few things differently for this one:
I was away from my DAW for much of the time, so I composed the piano sketch entirely by playing (badly) live to the video, over and over again, until I had the cues and the hit points perfect. I think that worked really well - getting the composition done without distraction.
It was then really quick to play that into the DAW, and get it quantised and tempo mapped ready to start work.
Once I started orchestrating, I only recorded CC1 - the dynamics, with no CC11 (volume). I've always used two faders to record both at once (just like all the Spitfire youtube videos...), but I think it really helped me to just use dynamics. If it didn't go loud enough, I had to arrange it differently...
I've also been reading a few books on music theory. So I tried to put a little of that in practice. A bit of key modulation, a change of time signature, a four part counterpoint arrangement for strings. I've done everything by ear until now - so this simple stuff was pretty exciting for me! (Check out Alan Belkin's book on composition, and his youtube series on harmony, counterpoint and orchestration.)
Audio (without dialogue and FX) is here:
The piano sketch (quantised and ready as the guide for orchestration) is here with dialogue and FX:
Serious thanks to Spitfire for running these competitions - they've allowed me to to try composing to picture, just for fun, and discover I love it..! And best of luck to all the professional talented composers out there - I look forward to listening to your winning entries.0
This is my entry for the competition.
Hope you'll enjoy
Good luck everyone.0
Hi everyone! This is my entry to Spitfire Audio contest. It was very interesting and exciting.2
Hello everyone! Here is my submission, I used BBC Orchestra and composed everything in Logic. Good Luck to everyone, I'm hearing some great submissions.1
This was a great scene to score, lots of ways you could have taken it. This was my approach:
I'd be grateful for any thoughts or feedback on my interpretation.
Good luck to everyone, there's some brilliant submissions!0
This is my entry for this year's Spitfire Audio Competition.
This was hands down, the most challenging scene of all the competitions I have been in.
I know i'm still pretty green and that it's not the most unique, but I'm quite proud of my 2 and a half year progress.
feedback is much appreciated, i would like to know how my music can improve for the future
Good luck to everyone.2
First time entering & first time doing something like this, but was so fun, I definitely want to do more !2
Had a lot of fun with this one. Let me know what you think!
Here is my submission that includes live strings.0
Im super lazy and did this score on the last possible day, but I think it turned out quite good.
good luck to everyone and I hope y’all had a ton of fun.0
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