I got a single-take walkthrough of Powell’s City of Books in Portland, Oregon 2012. Then we scored it essentially by the rooms, which are named by color. There are 10 different musical pieces, which are varying degrees of collaborative writing, recording, and solo efforts.
At about 3:02 you’ll hear a portion of “Elevator Music for Stairwells” which we are pushing as the perfect all-purpose elevator music that should be used in every movie from here on out where some cliche cheesy elevator music is needed. I had to really dig to find the crappy drums and strings.
And the HUD map was animated in because we like to make things more complicated than need be.
Needed some elevator music for a stairwell shot, so I made a nice all-purpose elevator music file. Bumped it hard at about 3k Hz for a nice tinny sound, then shot the studio on my tablet (aka The Slab) with it playing in the background for full effect. Oddly, took a while to find awful drum machine sounds. — recorded at Stoneybluff. // If you need elevator music, drop a line and I’ll share the .wav file with you, sans eq, so you can make it as tinny as you like…