Hey guys! Everyone here should join the group listed above. When over 60 members are in that group there will be a competition in that group for a prize. So please join it!
Hey, I am looking for remixes of Minecraft and Zelda. I would like to have songs from Minecraft be MIXED WITH zelda, so that in one song you can recognize "That's Minecraft!" and "That's Zelda". If you want to try, please do, and then tell me here with a link in the comments!
Here is the resource pack, if you want to check it out:
Thanks for considering!
-Wolfframe Von Winchester
Hey everyone! I just got pro and I'm super excited to continue to make music! Just one problem.... I'm starting to run out of ideas, so does anyone have any request? This can be from the Mario series too.
Post anything Breath Of The Wild Whether it's been out for a while or you just did it, put it on! :D
So, yeah basically what the subject is.... put it on! Especially if it's for a piano solo. :) I want to kinda make a Breath Of The Wild album in our group. :)
Hey, so I got an arrangement of the Temple Of The Theme coming, and I want to know how to post it through Our team. If one of you could tell me that would be great! Thanks!
Hey everyone! Go ahead and join if you want! I would love to have you in my group. I want to see the amazing music we can do!
give me feedback and advice on my arrangements please
I have a song for a percussion chamber ensemble. I plan for it to be played live but need some opinions and advice on it first. Please comment and tell me what you think of the score and read the description to see what it's about. Please enjoy and I'll soon post a Expert-Level Mallet quartet.
Ok, so I know that this is a marching band group and some of you are going to hate me for this, but I am legit desperate for help on a concert band arrangement.
I'm writing a piece for concert band (it's an eighth grade band, so the music isn't too complex). It's an arrangement of music from the album Adele 21.
We have 3 percussionists, and I only have 2 percussion parts written: xylophone and drumset (One of our percussionists has been playing drumset for a long time and I wanted to write a piece that could showcase that). I really need another percussion part, but as I've never played percussion, I am not exactly knowledgeable in this field. Does anyone have any tips for adding another percussion part in a concert band piece?
(Again, don't hate me for posting this on a marching band group)
I am writing a marching band show and i need an arranger to write quality pit and battery parts. Contact me if interested.
So next year will be my senior year of high school and I'd like to compile the big pit moments from each of the past three shows that I have performed into a sort of lot piece. I have been trying to figure out a good way to do it, but I've been unsuccessful so far. If anybody would be interested in helping me out, please let me know. I really want to surprise my section with something like this.
Sixth edition of Sorodha Composition Competition belongs to MARIMBA. I will be honoured to perform five selected compositions at public concert 29th April in Antwerp, Belgium.
Apply now! The submission deadline is Friday 10th of March 2017!
More info www.sorodha.be
La sixième édition de la compétition de composition sorodha appartient à marimba. Je serai honoré de réaliser cinq compositions sélectionnées au concert public le 29 avril à Anvers, Belgique.
S'appliquer maintenant ! La date limite de soumission est le vendredi 10 mars 2017 !
Plus d'informations www.sorodha.be
Bonne chance !
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About a year ago I was playing percussion in my school's production of My Fair Lady. I don't remember which song this was in, but at one point the percussion score-- and I believe it was only the percussion score-- had the marking "fake time". I have not seen this marking anywhere else, and no one, not even google, seems to know what it means (When I asked my director what it meant, he said "you're a percussionist, it's what you've been doing this whole time. Music directors are mean...) To me, it seems like it would be synonymous with "free time", but that seems like an odd thing to have in one part of a theatrical score. Has anyone on here seen this marking before? If so, how was it interpreted? If not, how would you interpret it?
Does anyone know how to get the suspended cymbal sound in musescore.