#1
write the theme tunes for television shows... i have a knack for it.

How do i achieve this?
(looking for a push in the right direction)


Peace!

EDIT: Due to popular demand i will upload some themes on youtube or soundcloud.
P.S if you, miss_muso~, end up finding that website let me know :P
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#3
To achieve the ambition of writing TV show themes, you will need to write TV show themes.
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#4
To type a sentence type the typing squares. typewrite man.
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#5
If you can make a theme tune as charming and as pleasant as the one for Parks And Recreation I'd like to hear it

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#8
If we had an answer to this don't you think we'd all be doing it?

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#9
There's a website where you can upload short compositions, where advertisers and short film makers go to find background music. You get paid whenever they use your piece, you can upload almost as much as you want (?not sure on this), and it's kind of like a database of backing tracks, samples, jingles etc. I can't remember what it's called though, I'm trying to find it.
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Not as good as.....

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#12
Doctor Who has the best theme tune.

Also, show us one you've done.
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#13
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Doctor Who has the best theme tune.

Also, show us one you've done.


Without question. It took them what, 3 weeks or 3 months or something to do the original 45 seconds? Groundbreaking stuff.
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#14
Hmmmm, sounds interesting.


How about this?
You make a new thread, requesting people to make up an idea for a TV show. You then pick the ones you like the most, write the music to it, post it on YouTube and let us give you feedback.


Cheers!
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Without question. It took them what, 3 weeks or 3 months or something to do the original 45 seconds? Groundbreaking stuff.

The bassline is actually a taut string they plucked once, recorded and altered the pitch of. I wish I was working in the BBC sound lab in the 50s
#17
Found it!

iStock: go to the audio section, ignore the photo bit. Good luck.
http://www.istockphoto.com/
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