Prophecy, specifically designed for the unique needs of movie trailers, television advertising and video games

Prophecy was composed for motion picture and television advertising campaigns, films, games, online media.

Whether it’s a blockbuster, a family-friendly movie or an emotional film, This Epic hybrid collection of tracks has everything you need to boost your next trailer  from powerful hybrid sound design, agressive, sinister, Massive hits, to hollywood strings, epic choirs, mega horns, risers, impacts, big wooshes and percussive drums .Loaded with fierce, hard-hitting and apocalyptic sounds from the depth of hell.

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Music means something different to all us, whether we are aware of what it means in particular to us or not.  For most of us, it acts as an escape in which we will feel free from a lot of the things that makes feel the most vulnerable.  Music choice, however, is something that is deeply personal and many people feel very connected to the music that they choice.  Movie scores are much the same way, and we are all about creative emotive soundtracks that can be used to all of the biggest moves that are hitting the theatres today like Star Wars: Rogue One, Sing, Passengers, and Moana.  If you want a look into what makes music as bold as it is, Prophecy has some great numbers to share with you.  Here are 12 of the best to hep bring your movie to life:

 

  1. Act of Courage: Starting with a ominous and destructive string base, this is a song that is all about how strength can be taken from the darkest moments and hardest problems that you are going to be through. Like the birth of an hero, this song is all about embracing with the courageous parts of your personality and going out there and taking on what is standing in front of you.  If you need motivation, this is a great theme for it.
  2. Defend Yourself: The perfect blend of melancholy and an strong blend of gentle strength, this song is about reaching into your world and drawing strength from inside you when the moment comes to face your enemy and make the most out of what you have. It’s a high energy and emotional song that features theme of love and dedication to keeping yourself strong.  With a steady beat that is motivational, it’s great for those intense scenes where you need a energizing theme for protecting what is dearest to you.
  3. From Dust to Life: A song about imagination, captivation, thought process, emotion, and making something out of nothing, this is a gentle theme that features all of the aspects that you need to move into a world where creation comes through. This is perfect for those scenes where you need something illustration creation and development in a safe spot.  You can almost see your brain working faster and flitting from idea to idea as you listen to it.  Imagine it on screen.
  4. Infiltration: If you need a powerful song that is about scoping out the enemy and putting all of the energy you’ve got into getting out of the world and making sure that you are equipped for taking on all of the tasks sitting in front of you, this is certainly the one for the task. It is fast, motivational and full of the themes that you are looking for in your creative life.  You can picture how it’ll work in your head on screen.
  5. Out of the Shadows: This is a song about going through with what you need to do in a way that is going to benefit everyone. It talks to you about strength and energy and helping you realize your full potential in all that you are working on.  You need to see yourself as a strong character, and this is a song that is all about overcoming your problems and in powerful song with the full orchestration that you’re looking for.
  6. Prophecy: With a full beat and a destructive grunge feel to it, this song is full of frantic energy that makes it the perfect illustrational piece that can help you take your movie scene to the next level, whether you can see it in your head you are still forming it all over together.
  7. Return of the Forgotten: This is a brave song about those characters that are coming back from a spot where they were almost forgotten about. You can take this and do so much with it. It is perfectly meshed between sad and powerful.  You can use this as your main theme in just about anything and it will satisfy your needs.
  8. Rise Above: For a powerful song about taking on everything in front of you even when you are fearful of what it is sitting in front of you, this is a great idea to really consider for your scene. It works as character or task-based and it will give you everything you need to see it unfolding in front of you.
  9. Undercover: A song of motivation and dedication for all of the things that need to be done, this is a great score option for any tricky scene where all little things have to come together such as – like the name suggests – an undercover scene. It is ready for those intense scenes that will keep you in good humour.
  10. We Have No Fear: A theme that is all about rolling your sleeves and facing a task in front of you with the motivation that you know how you are going to make it all work for you, this is great for those scenes where you characters are putting together their plan and getting everything ready for the battle is going to be heading their way.
  11. We The Brave: Looking for a theme that is all about inner strength and determination? This is a fierce theme that will keep you going as you are acting out these tough moments and looking for something that is going to keep you moving in the right direction.
  12. We Will Live: A song all about survival in one form or another, this is a fantastic option for those “down and out” scenes where you characters need to find a way to get out of a tricky situation. It says that they are in need of some help and some support, but they’ve got all of the characteristics that they need to make it through the hardest parts that they are going to encounter.  A great message for anyone who is struggling with something.

 

Everyone has a different idea in mind when it comes to music, but all 12 of these versatile and diverse tracks give you a different look into music scores and movie soundtracks.  Prophesy is epic/dramatic  and an all-inclusive soundtrack would be the perfect album that is rich with motivational, powerful, deep, determined threads that are all linked together with an epic touch of motivational energy.  Inspiring, Entertaining, Motivating and Hearrwarming.

Prophecy was specifically designed for the unique needs of movie trailers, television advertising and video games …

Why Does A Music Supervisor Have An Important Role?

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You’re watching a movie in a theatre with your friends and you are totally engrossed in it.  That’s mostly due to the fact that it’s good writing and a good looking actor or actress, but a reason that you are totally engrossed in the film that often goes unnoticed is the music.  Think about it.

If there’s a random salsa song in the middle of a sad scene…it’s going to throw you off and distract you from what you’re watching, right?  As such, choosing the right music at the right levels for those scenes is critical to the movie’s overall effect.  That job belongs to the music supervisor.  Here’s everything you need to know about the job of a music supervisor on a movie.

 

  • It’s often post-production

While there are some movies that require a soundtrack/musical score song to be played during the scene to make sure it is acted correctly, majority of the music that you are hearing is applied to the movie after the fact – or, post-production.  So, while a movie is being filmed, the music supervisor’s job is to get a feel for the movie, the atmosphere, and choose the perfect soundtrack for each minute of film.  As you can imagine, it can be an intimidating job at many points.

 

  • A lot of it is a gut feeling

Despite what many music supervisors like to think, a lot of what they do comes from a gut feeling.  They’ll know what the right song is, often times, when they see a finished scene post-production.  They’ll watch the scene and hear the perfect corresponding song in their head.  It’s similar to a “Eureka moment” that many creative souls have at certain points in their career paths.

There is training to be a music supervisor, of course, and a lot of what they do comes from having access to a vast music library in their memories.  As such, hearing the fresh and new music is a very important part of being a music supervisor.

 

  • Gaining the rights to a song can be hard

As you may know, many of the songs that are in films – even if it’s just the main theme – are from other means.  So, the music supervisor has the perfect song in mind for a scene, but the tricky part of the job comes when they have to approach the proper people to see if they can buy the rights to the song they want to use so that it can be featured in the movie.  As you can imagine, sometimes buying the license to a song can be expensive work.  This often means that the “music budget” has to be rather high to make sure that the licenses for the perfect songs can be bought without compromising on a second music choice.

The music supervisor is a key player in selecting licensed music such as Premium Royalty Free Music

 

  • They do the dirty work with clearance

There can often be a lot of “nickle and diming” when looking at going through music clearance.  This is because many of the famous artists out there who own the songs (or the record labels behind them) will try to get the largest amount of the money they can for their song.  When a music supervisor is fighting to get a dozen songs, all of which expect a large payout, working with a budget can be really tricky work.  It’s also a really frustrating job when it doesn’t go according to plan.

  • They need a lot of creative license

In order to do their job right, a music supervisor needs a lot of freedom to scan through the song library in order to find the perfect one.

As mentioned, this is often a “gut feeling”, and the music supervisor will know when s/he’s picked the right song for that particular scene.  When someone in this position finds that their creative freedom is being limited, however, it can often be endlessly frustrating, because the production supervisor or the director are not seeing things the same way.  As the director and producer have the last word on what goes into the movie, many music supervisors are told to pick a “more preferred” song for a scene, even if it’s not the right one, or the one that the music supervisor would have picked to set the mood correctly.

 

The best producers and directors out there simply give the music supervisor a great budget tell them to do whatever they want.  They understand that it’s a creative process that requires a lot of work and intuition that only a music supervisor has.  Those are the ones that every music supervisor loves to work for.

 

  • They’re the first ones to get blamed for a scene falling flat

Despite the fact that the director may overrule a music supervisor’s decision, the music supervisor is always the one who gets blamed for when a scene in a movie doesn’t go over well.  As mentioned at the beginning, you don’t notice the music until it is distracting, and the music supervisor’s job is to make sure that you don’t consciously notice the music at all – that’s how one knows they’ve done their job correctly.

A music supervisor can often face a lot of reprimand from directors and producers if a scene doesn’t go across to the audience correctly…even if the problem was the actors or another element, entirely.

Suffice to say, being a music supervisor can often be a tricky job, but it is just as often rewarding for those who have a passion for the job.  It is exhilarating for them, and each music supervisor knows the importance of their job, even if the audience doesn’t always recognize the importance of the job themselves.

When that next sad scene comes on in the next movie you watch and makes you cry, consider the fact that the reason you’re crying is because the movie scene is accompanied by the perfect sad song to elicit those tears in the first place…

The Role of the Music Supervisor in Film, Television, and Advertising.

Above all, Music supervisors oversee the music-related aspects of films, television, advertising and video games. They are qualified professionals in charge of interpreting the producer’s vision, finding the perfect track, and negotiating contracts and publishing deals for the film’s music with the composers/artists

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