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Cosmic Explorer: Lift Off

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First in a space series inspired by @Kevin Perry's Aftermath of Colliding Neutron Stars post at the end of July.

Cosmic Explorer: Lift Off by Fred's Gratis Scores

Deep drums fuel the booster rockets when lift off commences, heavy and majestic horns lift the craft to the outer atmosphere where the main engine engages to pads, strings, and vocals propelling the the explorers to the stars.

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This piece is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution (CC-BY). You can download, listen, playlist, use in your videos, and create directive works both commercially and non-commercially. Have fun!

Download available on SoundCloud.
Stems available at: https://www.bandlab.com/freds_gratis_scores/lift-off

Instruments used in this piece:
- Spitfire Audio Albion One
- Spitfire Audio BBC Discover
- Spitfire Audio Originals Cinematic Percussion
- Big Bang Cinematic Percussion
- Native Instruments Noire
- Soundiron Requiem Lite
- Realivox Blue

* Apollo countdown audio and Lift Off image courtesy NASA.

Edited by Fred's Gratis Scores
Added link to Kevin Perry's post.
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Nice one Fred, very filmic indeed.

Really enjoyed the 2nd part with a little bit more air to arrangement and mix.

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that was awesome.  I really enjoyed it.  I felt like I was on ride to outer space.  It really does invoke lots of imagery. Thats really cool you are making it available to everyone.  Hopefully you get rewarded for that generosity.  :) 

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On 9/29/2020 at 2:34 AM, kloon said:

Nice one Fred, very filmic indeed.

Really enjoyed the 2nd part with a little bit more air to arrangement and mix.

Thanks for the listen and feedback.

 

On 9/29/2020 at 2:42 AM, daryl1968 said:

lovely Fred - really tells a story

This is the first time I attempted to write music to tell a known story that people could relate to. I studied the recent Falcon 9 launch on YouTube to figure out what parts I needed and tried to create music to match that imagery. 

 

On 9/29/2020 at 6:40 AM, Hugh Mann said:

that was awesome.  I really enjoyed it.  I felt like I was on ride to outer space.  It really does invoke lots of imagery. Thats really cool you are making it available to everyone.  Hopefully you get rewarded for that generosity.  :) 

Fortunately, I have a good day job. ;) I figure since I'm doing it for the pure enjoyment of creating music, it just seemed appropriate to share and license it for derivative works. 

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Its just got bigger and bigger , and then........ made so many images  , and story lines to fill in ones self,   just lovely  , cheers

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I had the rare opportunity to listen to some music on a nice little system today and this was one of the pieces I listened to. Wow,  a really wonderful listening experience. Thanks for making this available!

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