Monday, July 21, 2008

Brief Overview Series Ep. 7: Coloretto

It's been a few months, but I finally got around to finishing another episode in my Brief Overview series! This time around, thanks to a request on BGG, we're taking a look at one of my favorite games, Coloretto, by Michael Schacht.


Brief Overview series Ep. 7: Coloretto

You will notice that I've added a little theme music. Let me briefly explain. Long ago, my friend Jack and I were preparing to start a video podcast series called "The New Box" about board games, similar to what the guys at Obsessed With Gaming do now. Only, we were going to have discussion between the two of us regarding the game we were reviewing. We were well into working on the first episode when we were confronted with the difficulty of schedule matching and busy-ness. We decided to bail on the project before we got in too deep. We just couldn't realistically handle the load.

I had already composed and recorded the first part of a musical theme for the show. So, I remembered about this piece of music as I was working on the Coloretto video. I went up to the studio, touched the piece up a bit, cutting it down to one statement of the melody and ending it at that. I mixed the piece and exported it to audio, then I imported it as an opener and closer for the video.

So there you have it - a jazz theme composed by yours truly. This little piece is now the official Brief Overview Series Theme.

What will be the next brief overview video? I am always open for requests. If you would like a brief overview of something from my collection, comment here or email me at the address posted on the right side of this page.

2 comments:

wezell said...

Another great overview Tim. I always enjoy your short, precise descriptions of the games.

TimothyP said...

Thanks, wezell! I appreciate you taking time to comment. It's good to know people are watching the vid!