Quick list of things that were changed:
Current Version: 3.5
Added Organ stems
Added Grand Piano (Extrabass) stems
Reworked the whole track (volume, re-enforced more parts toward the beginning, so the beginning will sound a lot fatter, etc.)
Just made everything much bigger and better in general, the way it would have sounded on the OST in the first place.
I created a suite featuring the best parts of "Mountains" and "Tick-Tock" mixed together, and I edited in the last part of "No Time for Caution", because it is based on "Tick-Tock" anyway. The version of "No Time for Caution" included in this track has the real vocals.
This should hold some people over until I publish the next version of "No Time for Caution". I will likely release two versions, one that is as close as the film mix as possible, and another with my own modifications.
This is a clean version of the elusive "08M31 Quantifiable Connection" piece that has left many listeners disappointed, and with a soundtrack incomplete -- not anymore.
You could consider it "Super Cornfield Chase", because that's exactly what it is. An extended version of 01M2, with new arrangements.
"Cornfield Chase" (Album Version)
"01M2 Chasing Drone" (FYC)
"Quantifiable Connection" (Film Rip)
"08M31 Quantifiable Connection" (FYC - Semi-fixed version)
"Murph & Cooper Suite" (if no source had the piece or stem required)
Fixed some organ stem notation (2:36-3:00) that was reverted / wrong when porting the project from old project, made the organ louder when the strings at the end start up, fixed vocal perc, organ louder in general, less synth in the mix.
Updated Feb 9th, 2015, version 2, (completely changed everything, track is much longer, more variations, piano sounds less shitty)
I've written this from scratch, this is a complete mock-up since "Quantifiable Connection" is damaged, the first step is completely writing out all of the included material. Q.C. is just an extended version of "Cornfield Chase", and I was sure to include all of that material here in long form before I began to edit it all down to make the film version of "Quantifiable Connection".
No audio from the soundtrack was used.
*Fixed sequencer synchronization issues from 0:52.5 - 1:39.5
*Reworked everything after 2:17 - added pipe organ, tremolo harmonic violin stems, more accurate chord progression, built further upon "Quantifiable Connection"
*added high string stem from 3:46 - 4:05
*Changed the ending - merged outro of "Our World" with the outro of "What happens Now?", (this is what was missing, and is a big deal because now the ending is 100% accurate to the real end credits suite)
*other misc changes based on the IMAX End Credits bootleg recording
This was a massively complex editing job, more so than "No Time for Caution".
I had to write most of the piano stems over from scratch, it borrowed from like 5 different tracks, switching back and forth from one another constantly, repeated bars, ninja edits, pieces I had to make from scratch because it used unreleased material, etc. etc. I had to re-create "Quantifiable Connection" and layer it because it was damaged and the "Fixed" version sounded like shit.
It makes for a beautiful ending of an amazing story.
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Differences between Film Version and Album Version: Synth drones and metallic sounds all cut off instantly at 1:37, instead of rolling off/fading out into the organ outro, and the outro is shorter and faster with different organ settings/tones. This is a custom edit by me using some of the DVD audio.
This track was a massive task inside of another massive project. I'm building an entire lossless album release of the film versions of the whole score from Inception. Including the missing cues. Check FFShrine over the coming days. Patreon donors already have access to all of these tracks.
This track has gone unreleased for 6 years. For the first time, people can hear it the way it was meant to be heard. Just listen to Hans Zimmer explain this cue in interviews to understand the genius and backstory behind it. Needless to say, reproducing it was not an easy task.
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Some people wanted to hear what this part sounded like without a whole bunch of muddiness and up close, so I wrote in all of the notes from scratch and put this together, mocking it up using samples for those people.
This should also be proof enough that the real "No Time For Caution" is using samples as well.