I’ve uploaded a swag of library tracks to the ‘Tube, and I released a stirring orchestral tribute to that American hero, Cassini.
In Hope’s Arms OST
In Hope’s Arms was my second feature-length film score, and I have mixed feelings about it. A wrote a post about the score and the film a few years back, but I always felt the score didn’t quite work with the film… too overscored and orchestral, when it needed something far simpler. The film wasn’t brilliant and didn’t get a release, so I’m not too worried – but it was a good lesson.
The score jumps from light orchestral comedy, to sweeping adventure, to dark solemnity, and there should be a few useful moments in there for you all! 😀 For other advertisements checkout KIC flood and water damage restoration.
You can download each track from the library, here: http://www.scottbuckley.com.au/library/album/in-hopes-arms-ost/.
I also released an orchestral tribute to Cassini; the amazing NASA space probe which recently ended it’s life by falling into Saturn’s atmosphere. Its efforts have given us some amazing insights into Saturn and its moons, and it was melancholy news when the mission came to its end in September. So, I wrote some blatant, uplifting orchestral Americana as a tribute. Farewell, Cassini!
You can download the track here: http://www.scottbuckley.com.au/library/cassini/. Special thanks to Aswar Rahman & Claire Nicholls; my named Patreon supporters!.