GENRE | SUBGENRE
Rock : Action Score : Crime
Deadly and Vicious, she lays in the shadows. Waiting for the perfect time, the vigilante warrior stalks her next victim. With this collection electric guitar driven gritty industrial tracks, we lean into dark, grimy and aggressive energy. Program these tracks when you need thrilling vibes for your stories of vigilantes and their enemies.
All tracks should be approx. 2:30 in length and contain 3 main sections. In adhering to this 3 act format, we suggest you consider each track as 3 mini-cues or variations on a theme, encompassed in one cohesive track. Start small in section 1; introduce your ideas and set the mood for what is to come. Section 2 is the mid level intensity of your track. Expand the orchestration perhaps with a counter-idea and stronger approach. There should be a marked increase in intensity from sections 1-2. Section 3 is your final statement. State your idea one final time in as full a version as is warranted for the style. Again there should be a noticeable increase in orchestration and support from section 2-3. Between each section, please include a slight, natural break (just a ‘breath’, for an easy edit point). The end of each section need NOT come all the way down to silence. Rather, it should just be a naturally occurring cadential pause to allow our editor partners a place to cut. The track should feel like one cohesive piece (NOT 3 individual statements).
Reference examples are embedded below. Use these for inspiration. Your tracks should be Building, Dark, Edgy, Hard and Punchy. Please capture the same spirit and feel of the references, even though they clearly do not adhere to the prescribed structural direction. Please, vary the instrumentation throughout yet keep each section at the same tempo. For this album, we recommend utilizing the following instrumental forces:
Electric guitar, Drum Kit, Synth Pulses, Synth Pads, Distorted Perc
The above is suggested instrumentation to help you begin your track, please add additional instrumentation as warranted by the specific style.
We like to see tracks turned around in a few weeks or less. That said, we are MUCH more interested in quality of both composition and production over quantity of tracks or speed of delivery. If you enjoy the process, we can definitely use your help on other albums as well. The more you write, the better the chances of having your music programmed by our editor partners.
If you have any questions, please contact us any time. We look forward to licensing your music!