Instrumental music for a short film, arranged as a continuous band performance, divided into 4 cues
Cue 2: 148 BPM 3/4 time in D maj.
stems: Drums, bass, Acoustic Guitars, Piano, Rhodes (44.1 kHz, 16bit FLAC)
Style: Spacious waltz-time hypnotic jazz, honking bass on relentless 5ths. a lot of, frankly, embarrassing and effeminate chord clustering, you know, those tired old hackneyed “woo-woo” chords, like some awful syrupy apertif made from some exotic shit you din’t even know you cud make liquor OUT of, man, like you know, I don’t know, prunes, artichokes, lint,… lint is always funny to include in lists, it’s a funny substance and an easily graspable sense-memory cause lint is only slightly annoying and just, you know, HAPPENS so often we don’t even notice it, and happens all the time, like the lint in your pocket, you know, search it and make sure it’s not some orphan stick of chewing gum of a brand that you don’t even like anymore except now it’s wadded up and been through the washer 3 times and is rounded off like a shiny river rock, or worse yet the mangled remains of a forgotten loose cigarette, but then there’s the dryer catcher lint and if it weren’t a dirty nasty mat of junk that you don’t need to breathe it’d be like this amazing magically-woven blanket just evolved on its own, it’s like that, dryer lint, that’s what these woowoo chords are like but that’s really neither here…
Most stems normalized, for your mixing convenience, but do have relative automation printed, should mix easily, adjust relative levels between stems, my monitors are not your monitors … hope you find something useful and have a spec tacular day