A hybrid orchestral album to underscore human interaction, covering the broad spectrum of reality TV. Perfect for scenes of anticipation, emotion and those tense final moments before someone gets sent home!
Starting with hang, mallet and pizzicato strings, industrial style Percussion is slowly introduced alongside a menacing Piano ostinato and clock sounds indicate time running out, before the main theme at 1:01, a dark pressing staccato string motif.
An anxious, serious piece building throughout. Pizzicato strings and swells layer with percussion over a staccato string hook leading to a full chamber style Orchestral climax at 1:44 led by solo Cello.
Heartbeat style Pizzicato bass throughout, with mallets overlapping and coated in delay provide a bed for thoughtful piano and roomy pizzicato strings. Constant forward momentum throughout. A sharp riser gives way to a synth bed where dark and foreboding strings take over from the mallet melody.
Angry, Chamber style close strings begin blended with large swells. A repeated piano motif builds tension up to a breakdown at 1:17 where Piano and solo strings sell hopefulness. Low Percussion and sinister Strings in-ject more anticipation before reaching for a climax at 1:58 for a full orchestra finale.
Foreboding Synth coupled with an emotional Piano melody. Low Percussion and risers throughout create a sense of urgency. Strings join teasing a sense of anticipation, before a heavy drum hit at 1:40, building to a climax with Orchestra and hang at 2:45
Ostinato style staccato strings surrounded by cymbal scrapes set the scene for contestants up for a challenge. Piano melody gives way at 1:29 for serious staccato strings coupled with a war like snare. Low Piano drones pave the way to a large climax with Orchestra and Choir, before the main staccato theme is presented again.
Gradually modulating synth pad with Piano Motif laid bare. Strings surround the emotional piano, before sparse percussion ands depth and space. A choir blends with the modulating synth before the strings become more prominent.