Better Not To Know
Eerie, disturbing and suspenseful. Very ambient. Trance-like repetition of short piano phrases punctuated by string swells. Sparse enough to work with a wide variety of visuals. Two versions are presented, one with the piano detuned and chorused, and one with a more traditional piano sound. Can be used with and without strings, and is easily edited. Think Eyes Wide Shut. Good for drama, crime show, mystery, horror, TV, film, thriller.
|Track ID number:||12986|
|CD-collection containing this track:||Music collection: Emotional Underscores Vol. 13|
|Genres:||Ambient: Darker, Melancholy, Eerie, Mystical -- Film & Soundtrack: Sad, Sorrowful, Wistful, Regretful underscores -- Film & Soundtrack: Introspective, Thoughtful, Reflective underscores|
|Moods/Emotions:||Sad / Sorrowful / Mournful -- Melancholic / Nostalgic / Wistful -- Reflective / Thoughtful / Introspective -- Mysterious / Mystical / Secretive|
|Suggested Production Types:||Drama / Personal stories -- Mystery / Suspense|
|Prominent Instruments:||Piano (Acoustic) -- String Section|
|Tempo feel:||Very slow -- Slow|
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|Composer:||John Herberman (SOCAN - CAE#: 121307821)|
|Publisher:||Lynne Publishing (PRS - CAE#: 541626758)|
|PRO / Non-PRO Track?||PRO (What's this?)|
|WAV file bit depth:||HD / 24-Bit and CD-quality / 16-bit (What's this?)|
John has been composing music for media for over 25 years, and brings a wealth of experience to his work. With composing credits such as “Joan of Arc” (CBS TV Minisieries), “Queen of Swords” (Global/Fox TV Series) and “Once Upon a Hamster” (YTV TV Series), John has a demonstrated ability to cross genres and demographics.
As an orchestrator, John has worked on projects such as “Winnie” (Jennifer Hudson, Terence Howard), and “Horses of McBride” (CTV), which won a DGC Award for Best Direction in 2013
(Anne Wheeler) .
With over 45 CDs written and produced, 7 Gold records and 5 Juno nominations, John’s music is widely appreciated.
As a community-builder, John has recently launched Toronto Ravel, which gathers together filmmakers and music professionals to study great orchestral music, just for the love of doing so.