FATALE

Walk Into The Room, And This Is What You Hear….

Believe it or not, Victoire Absinthe has her own theme music- she struts into a joint, the lights drop, the music starts, and all you can hear is this…

 

 

To create this sound, I used the sound of heels on a marble floor, Miles Davis, and gunshots. Not exactly what I would consider a typical, “theme song”, but I figured it was the kind of theme that would actually happen in real life, which I think is just as interesting. This is building off my other post, Chirping With Happiness, to give you really obvious clues to what Victoire does for a living…. Hopefully it’s incredibly clear by now.

I found all the clips on youtube, and transferred them into Audacity to edit. Shout out to…

Heels

Miles Davis

Gunshots 

This assignment was worth 4 stars, and here is the LINK to the original assignment if you want to give it a whirl.

7 Comments

  1. Jim Groom

    She’s pumping a lot of lead into something! I love this audio track, the haunting Miles David and the heels work well together. Did you make those footstep sounds yourself? or did you find them at Freesound? Be sure to credit anything you get off the web, it’s good form. I think i know what Victoire does now :) She’s got a lot in common with Bonnie.

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    1. Megan (Post author)

      shyeah she is! and you, my friend, are quite right. She’s got a lot in common with Bonnie. :)

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  2. Kim Roehl

    The background music makes it seem almost otherworldly, and it works so well! All I can say is something sure died at the end (overkill). It is great, though. I love it!

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    1. Megan (Post author)

      I’m glad you liked it!

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  3. pboyle5912

    Who were you shooting at, lol I like it, it works well together.

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  4. Kayleigh Barbee

    The overlapping of the heel clicking over the Miles Davis background audio work great together! You were also able to fit a story into the theme music by building up to the gunshots at the end.

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    1. Megan (Post author)

      sweet! that’s exactly what I was trying to do. I’m so glad you think it worked!

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