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Topic: Halloween music
Message: Posted by: Magickman (Oct 6, 2004 07:29PM)
Friends,
If you haven't seen the site, if you haven't heard the music. You owe it to yourself to visit!
The music on these CD's are movie quality.
I bought "Vampire" and I'm very pleased with it.
Check it out at.....
http://www.midnightsyndicate.com/flash.htm

Remember! Music sets mood.
Happy Hauntings
Magickman
Message: Posted by: Dr_Stephen_Midnight (Oct 6, 2004 08:21PM)
Darn straight. We got our first Midnight Syndicate CD as a wedding gift. We now own the entire series as it stands.

Steve
Message: Posted by: Magickman (Oct 7, 2004 03:44PM)
Doc,
Are all CDs same quality as Vampire?
If so, I'm making room on the shelf!


Magickman
Message: Posted by: Dr_Stephen_Midnight (Oct 7, 2004 05:14PM)
Oh yes.

'Nuff said.

Steve
Message: Posted by: MichaelSibbernsen (Oct 7, 2004 10:18PM)
Note that this (excellent) music is not "royalty free" for use in magic performances. It has however become so popular in the haunted attraction industry, they are graciously allowing its use without license in this context. They do require you to "register" your haunted attraction which can be done through an online form. If you run a seance, spirit theater, etc., I imagine this well falls within the guidelines of a "haunted attraction". To register yours, visit [url=http://www.midnightsyndicate.com/registration/registry.php]here[/url].

Of course it is just great music to listen to.

MS
Message: Posted by: Kenn Capman (Oct 8, 2004 01:42AM)
We've used Midnight Syndicate along with some of my original works at Phobia House for the last four years. Never used them for my own Seances though. They seemed a bit cliche' for the tone of a seance.

MS is great stuff but sometimes there are soft passages that get lost in all the other sounds in a well-attended haunted attraction. Hardly enough of a disadvantage to not get the CDs though.

Even if you don't use them commercially, MS has some great, dark, sweeping fantasy soundscapes to add to your collection.
Message: Posted by: Dr_Stephen_Midnight (Oct 8, 2004 05:08AM)
On a mild tangent, a good source of royalty-free music for magic is Bill White.

Steve
Message: Posted by: Watercooler (Oct 8, 2004 09:26AM)
Thanks for the recommendation, I've downloaded all the sample tracks and I'm sure I'll try and get hold of a CD to use around Halloween.
Message: Posted by: Clifford the Red (Oct 10, 2004 02:43PM)
Carmina Burana....very spooky...in the classical section
Message: Posted by: Decomposed (Oct 18, 2004 05:45AM)
How did you download the samples?


THanks

Candini
Message: Posted by: Regan (Oct 18, 2004 06:52AM)
I have 4 of their CD's. How many do they have now? I don't think I have ever seen "Vampire".

Regan
Message: Posted by: Watercooler (Oct 18, 2004 11:20AM)
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On 2004-10-18 06:45, Candini wrote:
How did you download the samples?
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Try this page:
http://www.darkcelldigitalmusic.net/artist_music.cfm?a=41

right click on the blue arrow icon next to each title and click 'save target as'. You wil need to register with darkcell to do this but IMHO it's well worth the effort!