Anyone want to do a collaboration on a DCI show this summer? I have written plenty of shows and just finished 2 stand tunes for my High School Marching Band. I have done a collab with musescore before and it was pretty smooth. hmu of you would like to. I am good at arranging pieces and work good with all instruments.
I don't know whether sheet is unfinished.
And I practiced a lot..😂
After 3 months, I want to perform this song to audiences..
Please, finish the sheet making..
I'm very thankful to you
And I'm very helped to you
I need somebody to help transcribe the Drumline and Pit for my transcription of the Cavaliers' 2014 show Immortal. The entire brass score is finished, I just need people willing to transcribe in the percussion parts
I have most of the rack part and I have all the percussion in the Dance Macabre section done
The score- https://musescore.com/user/357766/scores/4100606
There are GoPro cams online of the run-throughs of Snare, Tenor, Bass 3, Bass 5 and 2 Marimbas on YouTube, but i don't know how to put heard drum rhythms onto paper so to speak.
If anybody wants to help, leave a comment of any sections/instruments you'd be willing to do
Hi! I'm Jack and the title says it all. I'm primarily looking for a DCI-style of writer to work with, but I'd be more than willing to work on marching band pieces as well! A drumline writer and an experienced brass writer would be much appreciated.
Hey! If anyone needs a battery writer, hit me up! I am currently working on an indoor show and would love to write parts for you! If you would like a sample, shoot me a message through musecore!
Hey everybody, I am Stephen Moran. I have been on MuseScore for a little while but have never taken advantage of the groups that are available. I am very excited to receive feedback from my fellow composers!
I don't know about you, but I used to have trouble with odd time signatures. Here's how I remedied that.
Adam Neely's bass lessons on youtube are amazing sources of knowledge about time signatures and theory in general, and that's where I learned how to experiment with odd signatures. However, just knowledge isn't exactly enough. You have to listen to some and feel the strange signature. A great band to listen to is TOOL (the one with Maynard James Keenan, etc. etc.), as MUCH of their music is in obscure time signatures. Once you get used to those songs, listen to math rock (a good band is Totorro, spelled exactly like the adorable fluff ball of the character from the movie/anime). Try playing a song on your instrument in odd time signatures, and build a new mental metronome to count that timing.
When you're writing in odd time signatures, avoid what Adam Neely calls the "clave" of the time signature. For instance, in 5/4, the "clave" is two dotted quarter notes, then two quarter notes. This is a common 5/4 rhythm, but it's a bit bland when used over and over again (it's used in the mission impossible theme song). There are thousands of rhythmic combination with even just eight notes, so you can pretty much subdivide it however you want to.
That's all the advice I have, if anyone else has some, the you can put it down in the comments, I guess.
Hello, I am new to Musescore and I was wondering if anyone could recommend me to a few good composers on this site to look for some inspiration and composing advice! Thank you :)
Over the next year, Indiana Storm Productions will be putting a Indoor Winds group out and then in 2019 planning on fielding a Junior Open Class Corps. The plans are for 32 brass, 14 field percussion, 14 guard and 5+ pit. We will be needing a percussion arranger looking to make a mark upon the drum corps scene. Over the first 3 years, the corps will hopefully grow to full sized as finances and membership permit. If you are interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organizational website is at http://indianastorm.net/. We are starting to pull our staff together early so that we may have time to discuss programmatic issues.
this is a group for anything! (with moderation) ;P
Hi! I've been transcribing drum corps shows for a bit under a year now. I've always had a problem with transcribing percussion, however. I can somewhat manage to transcribe front ensemble parts sometimes, but I'm mostly lost with snare/tenor/bass parts. If anyone can help me transcribe parts for any of my shows, that'd be great! I'm looking for people who either play percussion and/or are experienced with writing/transcribing perc parts.
If you do send me percussion parts, I'll obviously credit you on the score.
The five shows I have that I'd like to have full percussion scores for at some point are:
Carolina Crown 2010 - A Second Chance
Carolina Crown 2015 - Inferno
Carolina Crown 2016 - Relentless
The Academy 2016 - Drum Corpse Bride
The Cadets 2016 - Awakening
All five scores are in my spotlight, if you'd like to view them. As a last note, I'm sure to transcribe more shows in the future, and I'd love help with those too.
Thanks! Leave a comment or send me a message if you're interested.
Hey, all! Please check out my drum corps field show entitled Infinity! Here's the link:
Let me know what I need to work on and what I can do to improve it. This is my first drum corps show, so I'm not great, but any comments and suggestions would be more than welcome! Thanks! Have an awesome day! ;)
check out my show not finished yet but i combined some comment and leave a favorite if you liked it
how do i post my show to other groups
~ Waves In Motion ~ (WIP) It is my first Drum Corp piece so I need feedback on what people think. Thanks! https://musescore.com/robin_m_butler/drum-corp
Started 7/18/16 ~ Updated 7/19/16 Duration so far ~ 4:27
Hey all, so im looking for a pit writer to write a winter show that i want to commission through a site like box-six or jks music. if anyone is interested hmu