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Discombobulate - Sherlock Holmes (700% slower)

RolandoMasisObando on January 18, 2011 15:57


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Discombobulate by Hans Zimmer from the original Motion Picture Sherlock Holmes (2009)Great movie, and great composer.

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  • Breezy_Shai
    Breezy_Shai at 1.41 on December 31, 2013 11:27

    sounds so amazingly trippy! I love this. Could be a movie score to an apocalypse film or something haha

  • RolandoMasisObando
  • RolandoMasisObando
    RolandoMasisObando on January 19, 2011 11:23

    Guys, check out Brooks Was Here - Shawshank Redemption - Thomas Newman (800% slower)
    its another track that I slowed down. This time it is even more beautiful than any other out there, trust me.

    ABSURD on January 18, 2011 16:28

    @rolandmasisobando: cheers man :) yeh i just messed about and added some sub bass and higher sounds to give it more oomph, then ran it through a compressor. nice to see good minds think alike

  • RolandoMasisObando
    RolandoMasisObando on January 18, 2011 16:12

    @ABSURD: yeah, I guess I agree with you. But, I chose this in particular because if you listen closely, all the crescendos sound like phase filters and or synthesizers. If part of this were put into a horror film it would be pretty damn scary. But, I agree. You know I was going to do Now We Are Free because that is my fave Hans Zimmer track. Lisa Gerrard sings beautifully. But, you thought of it first. I like how you did it though, you made some changes to enhance it all. Lovely, my friend.

    ABSURD on January 18, 2011 16:09

    i think this works better with slow evolving soundtracks, the drums and stabbiness of the original piece sounds harsh when slowed down i think

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