A big cue where a sinful man awakes from a dream about it terrible behavior. After he awakes from these haunting images, he finds himself on his knees in prayer to God asking for forgiveness. We find our answer at about the 2:43 mark. The cue contains a lot of elements including a short dream section at the beginning, a prayerful, choir led section, followed by the big, full orchestra moment. Use the whole cue or chop it up to fit your needs. It's like three cues in one.
During a son's tormented time, a simple prayer with mom and a reconnecting with God's greatest commandments, our protagonist finds his way back to his calling. The cue features a hopeful message that when we give our faith to the right place all is well. Includes piano, strings, flutes, and oboes.
The scene follows a man contemplating suicide. It is heavy and extremely sad/mournful. Will work on any type of sad or down trodden scene. It doesn't have a happy ending. Cue includes the string section with a heavy-ish, big room reverb. I was going through an awful time in my life when I wrote and recorded this. The suicide scene plus my personal tragedy produced this. Art imitates life...
A searching, reflective, and melancholic cue where many uncertainties lie ahead. This cue originally written as the opening credits scene where our story opens with rampant racism, sexism, and other bigotries. Will our antagonists find their way back to righteousness. This cue asks the question. What is the answer?
A beautiful, Irish flute lead cue that sounds sad, but rings of hope for the future. A great fit for a sad scene where our protagonist suffers from some terrible event, but leaves us with a sense that he/she will make it through and be better on the other side of tragedy.
A cue written for a sad moment in film/tv/video game. Lamenting, melancholic and tearful, this scene could be the loss of a loved one, pet, or longing for someone from days gone by. A longing to see that special person just one more time. Features a solo cello and clarinet leads with harps, strings, other woodwinds, and french horn as accompaniment and counter melodies.
Written for a video game demo, this cue could be used as a cue for a supernatural or impending doom game or video/tv/film project. Could work as opening credits or a main theme. This track has an A and B theme presented and returns to the A theme at the end.
Get ready for battle as this cue sets your team up for success and triumph. Loosely based on the harmonies of the Star Spangled Banner. This one has a big finish! 90 Seconds