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rtofvnt says

Hi guys.

Look at this:

Can you please tell me if it may help you with finding a background music for your productions ?

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ThemeProvince says

I don’t understand this to be honest.

It is the layout of a song and I can’t see the connection between this and the choice of bg music.

I don’t know many developers with musical talent ;)

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rtofvnt says

eeee …

Sorry … I need to use more intensively brain before post.

As you can see its got 5 separate parts with one accent and they are more or less equal in length …

This is more for guys who working on animation, however I know some music from AJ is used to AD productions.

Cheers.

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Aw_Shucks says

So would it be used as a base model? I see. The important thing is the structure of the song, laid out in 5 different parts. Its similar to the basic structure of most songs. And once you know that, you can more carefully construct a paralleled animation that syncs with the song. Is that what you mean?

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ZoomIt says

So you are basically asking us if we would use a song with that structure in our previews ?

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rtofvnt says

Yes guys – that’s that – but more important I think is that timing stuff – you know straight away that in this example there is about 30 sec for intro, another 30 sec for next part and so.

I should “draw” more examples with different timing – for example 30 sec. intro where first 22 sec. used for build up, so you know what you dealing with.

Cheers – Matt.

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