I need some help figuring out this issue!
Does anybody know how to get the suspended cymbal sound? I need it for a piece that I am currently working on for a YouTuber!
Any help would be much appreciated!
So yesterday I decided to start composing some original music and I came up with this. As stated, it's a heavy WIP (only 14 measures are completed). I only posted it to see what y'all think of the beginning.
It's also up on the group. I'd love to know what could be improved and what is already good
I'm 13 and this is my first orchestral waltz it took me about a day to complete, that is why it is so short. Please provide feedback,
I'm 13 and this is my first orchestral waltz it took me about a day to complete, that is why it is so short. Please provide feedback, Thank you
CCC#2 is here!
Based on the results of the survey I sent out on Friday 7th June, it occurred to me that several of the themes which I suggested, and asked you to vote on, would in fact fit quite nicely together. Therefore, for this second competition, I have found another painting by Caspar David Friedrich, since the response for “The Watzmann” was very good. I am also going to give a genre of music (as wide as possible, but still something to go on) and a short story available in the file below.
If you would like to help judge the competition, or have any other queries, please message on Musescore, or via discord @jte#9811
Details of the competition:
- The deadline will be in 4 weeks time (Saturday 29th June)
- The genre, as chosen by the survey will be “Film Music”. This is deliberately a very wide genre in order to give the contestants freedom of creativity. There will be an award for the most original take on the task, as with the first competition.
Obviously this theme can be interpreted to fit your desires.
- The painting (shown below) and the story are both in the google docs file. If you have any issues accessing this file, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I will be happy to help.
- Your work must be completely original/all your own work.
- Be nice when critiquing other people’s work. Constructive criticism is fine, but don’t be rude. If you do, you will be disqualified from the competition and banned from the group.
- All pieces and comments must be appropriate.
Please let me know if you’re planning on taking part. I’d like to have an idea of who might be competing.
Kinda weird how I'm the only one so far entering the competition even though it's been almost a month and no one has submitted anything yet. So I'm gonna start off with my entry for the contest. Link below:
Please submit something. I don't wanna be the only one entering haha. :p
I have been having this composers block for about a week now. I usually embrace it and just move on to composing something else, but this is a 50 follower special composition that I have been working on.
Hello all! Ideally, this is an improved piece to what i originally posted. I feel thats its not missing something per se, but it could be changed. What are your thoughts? Link:
Talk about anything!
My name is Luís Espírito Santo and I am a Portuguese engineering, AI researcher and composer. I'm starting this discussion because I'm currently trying to apply some machine learning models (deep learning/neural networks) to epic music composition within the project MuCaGEx for my master thesis.
I have contacted privately some people on this group previously, but since recently I have been unable to send private message,s I decided to discuss it openly here. I would like to know if some of you would be available to help me with this task.
You could help me in three different ways:
1) I need to create a dataset of orchestral epic music that intends only to be used to train and study machine learning models, must not be used for human artistic manipulation and I'll ensure there is references for all the sources and authors in it. If you let me gather some of your original orchestral pieces you consider really epic, it would be really amazing. I believe this would be a very interesting contribution to the scientific community.
2) I would like to know what is your concept of "epic" music and know why you shared some of your works in this group dedicated to "Epic Orchestral Music". This may help me to understand what defines "epic music".
3) As soon as I have some results, would you be available to comment on those and/or to answer to a questionnaire about it?
My email is email@example.com if you want to contact me privately or more directly.
Thank you very much!
Best Regards and Happy New Year for you all