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Now that Tim Fehling's score has been selected as the winner of the Film Score Project, we are in the process of preparing for the upcoming recording session.
The recording session will take place on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at 2nd Story Sound (see photo above) on Manhattan's Lower East Side. 2nd story is a studio with a specific expertise in recording sound for film and television.
We have reviewed all 36 submissions to the Film Score Project and are pleased to announce the score selected for a professional recording by an ensemble in New York City.
The winning score for The Juggler was composed by
Tim Fehling of Madison, Wisconsin.
In his comments on Tim’s score, guest judge Jeff Peters says:
This piece has one of the more unique voices of the finalists. The complexity of the rhythmic alignments makes for an interesting and fun tone that matches the art of juggling quite well. It sounds like what is going on inside of a juggler's head.
As a whole, the connection between the music and film is very strong and precisely coordinated. Most of all, the piece is exactly what the tempo description says - “Bouncy and Fun”.
We will be sending the panelists comments to all of the composers who submitted a score. These comments will be sent directly to the composers through their Musical Exchange message box.
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