COLLAR (OST)

by Protector 101

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PHYSICAL RELEASES OVER AT RDR
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PHYSICAL RELEASES OVER AT RDR
revolvingdoorrecords.bandcamp.com/album/collar-ost
PHYSICAL RELEASES OVER AT RDR
revolvingdoorrecords.bandcamp.com/album/collar-ost



Over a year ago my friend, Master Control Program, introduced Ryan Nicholson to my music and he enjoyed it. We eventually ended up contacting one another and at the time he had mentioned he was finishing up this movie called "COLLAR" which was an ultra violent throw back to grindhouse and films like "I Spit On Your Grave". Ryan asked if I'd be interested in writing the score for the film. Being that this kind of stuff is right up my alley I of course said accepted!

One of the biggest challenges with the soundtrack was that due to distribution reasons and others of that nature I only had one month to completely finish the soundtrack and being that COLLAR needed about 80 minutes worth of audio it was a grueling months time. Also due to the subject matter that meant I had to deal with hours upon hours of watching rape, slashing, gouging, cannibalism, rape, rape, oh... and did I mention rape? Over and over again I sat down while syncing music. It was an interesting to say the least.

That being said I did have a blast and it was a great experience to be able to work with Ryan and his crew. It gave me a chance to compose really dark drone music, something I had been craving to do at the time. The soundtrack was completely made with Synth1 software (other than a few sound effects and drums). I usually use Synth1 anyways but I couldn't see any other music software to get the effect I was looking for.

The film is dark, disgusting, and bloody. I needed a VST that could produce gritty, dark noise. Synth1 was able to do this for me. Because of this I didn't want the soundtrack to sound crystal clean. It had to be imperfect, distorted, if the sound peaked or got into the "red zone" I let it. I think this helped transfer the chaotic tension within the film.

Enjoy the dark drones...

P-101

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Protector 101 Augusta, Maine

A robot designed to protect but gone haywire in a mass slaughter of helpless humans.

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