I'm not sure if many of you here are experienced in film scoring, but I really need as much feedback as possible on my dramatic scoring, so I figured I'd take my chances and post here anyway.
I took a scene from a 1975 bank robbery thriller called "Dog Day Afternoon" and wrote music to it, in order to practice scoring to picture. I have virtually no experience doing this (the only film I scored previously was a 4 minute student film in 2010), so I'm a little rusty on the process. Feedback and suggestions would be very much appreciated!
Clean track here: http://soundcloud.com/stevenobrien/t...cue-rescore-of
And if anyone's interested, here are some more compositions I've made since my last post here:
Adventurous Orchestral Piece
Waltz for Accordion
Two Romances for Piano (Set unfinished)
Piece for Harp and Flute
Thanks for listening,