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This is a very interesting blog by Bear McCreary. Check it out:
He shows some of the music and talks about how it was constructed and used. Very good stuff to read up on.
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It looks like no one has replied in a while, so I hope I don't get yelled at for necrothreading...even though it's stickied so it probably doesn't matter...
But I just wanted to say thanks for the link! I've never seen Bear's blog before, and its amazing! Its really cool to see what his thought processes behind cues and lines are...thanks so much!
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I'm digging this up from a while back, but nathan, do you know any other site's like Bear's? Just a composer going through their compositional thought process on stuff? I keep finding random stuff on youtube, but I really like that there are literally hours and hours of reading and examples of his compositional process. It's really interesting to see, and hard to find.