Time is flying and it is already Halloween! Here is a spooky fiddle tune called "Halloween Reel," written by Ed Pearlman (http://www.edpearlman.net).
I first heard this tune last year during a jam session. It is such a neat tune -- I had to play it for this Halloween! I hope that you like it!
I may have gone a bit overboard on the creepy sound effects. : P It sounded creepy enough to have me feeling like something was watching me as I edited the video together. Hopefully it'll add something to your spook-tacular day!
This was recorded outside of a really old cemetery near where I live. Apparently, the cemetery is supposed to be haunted. I don't think there is anything really haunting about the actual cemetery, but the path to the cemetery is kind of spooky with the dead trees and rickety bridge (I'm not sure why there is a bridge...there is no river currently, and as far as I know, there never was a river there in the past). I thought it would be a good spot for recording a video like this! If you are curious whether you can the cemetery in the video, you can see a small part of it in the upper-left side of the screen. ^_^
Thank you for watching, and Happy Halloween! =)
Software and equipment used:
Software used (for Macintosh):
Garageband for attempted sound mixing
Final Cut Pro for video editing
Plugins for sound effects (I have A LOT to learn in this department!):
East West plugins – Goliath Virtual Instrument, Stormdrum II, Spaces
Best Service plugins – Forest Kingdom II (creeeeepy sound effects were from the "soundscapes!")