Tomas has been going through his bank of totally unique recordings of guitar “pulses” to experiment with how they might sound as a foundation for a cue in “Ravana’s Game” that needs a beat, but is too subtle for percussion.
I hate to admit this, but some of them sound like a chain saw, severing the base of my spine and splitting my skull in two at the same time. Those go into the “No” pile.
In between takes, you can hear Tomás and engineer Bob Gremore, having quite the “guys in studio all alone late at night” fun. Until you hear them start to get hungry.
Advice from Tomás:
The First Thing Every Composer Should Know – Feed Your Engineer!
Those are words to live by. Below is an older picture of us working on another film, waiting for a pizza we had ordered to arrive. We started playing with the computer camera…..