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Ivan Peychev

7L co-founder

HOW TO PUT PEOPLE ON THE RIDE WITH MUSIC...

FILM INDUSTRY
Paul Haslinger creates truly amazing music. While surfing for some inspiration for our next track, I came across an interview by Daniel Schweiger with Paul Haslinger. I really enjoyed how Haslinger answered some of the questions.
COUPLE QUESTIONS TO PAUL HASLINGER - THE COMPOSER FOR "RESIDENT EVIL 6" MOVIE.
Q: How do you think your music embodies Alice's attitude as she reaches the end of her quest to destroy Umbrella?

A: I believe people relate to Alice as a tragic hero who will also kick some ass. And I would describe those two qualities as the starting point for the music. The film has a certain sweep, a 'final chapter' atmosphere, which I tried to reflect in the music. She is coming to 'the end of her story' with all the fury, fight and emotion that only Alice can muster.

Q: What do you think makes a "videogame" movie and score like "Resident Evil" work in the end?

A: They put people on a ride, and if by the end of it they enjoyed this particular ride, then the film was effective. We live by experiences, and these films try to provide one particular experience. The more films and the more rides, the more difficult it is to come up with "yet another ride," so there will always be this challenge. But with an established fan-base, as with "Resident Evil" and "Underworld" fans, we also owe it to that audience to deliver, to go above and beyond and to let them enjoy the best "Resident Evil" film yet. And that's what we aim for.
It seems that Haslinger truly feels the importance of every note he composes to the overall experience of the audience. Unfortunately, not every filmmaker or video producer can afford musicians such as Paul Haslinger to create such an amazing experience for the audience.

The interview with Paul Haslinger inspired us to compose something that would embody the complex of emotions in order to make sure that your audience has the greatest experience and will enjoy your "ride". We called the work "Intense Hollywood Trailer". Do you think we achieved what we aimed for?
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