Hi i am a new joiner, and i compose and transcribe music. Dont worry because my songs are usually pretty easy
please see my song i made a few months back. It is easy to learn!
thx follow me!
A song reflecting one's first love/crush. The person thinks it's unrequited but soon realises that the other person has feelings for them too. (Not based on a true story. Or is it...)
This is a very rough (finished) version of it and I'm working on polishing it. (The only reason I made this was because I couldn't sleep at 4 AM).
Any constructive feedback is more than welcomed. Enjoy! :)
This was my first time making a composition, and I'm working on more. Any constructive criticism will be more than welcomed. Enjoy!
As a beginner , I don't know a lot 'bout music so can u explain to me in detail exactly what's the melody and the harmony ? And how can we make the harmony to the melody ? And what's the mainly rules that we have to respect writing the harmony ? And can we have more than one melody in a score ?
H i @ a l l ,
I'm FarrierPete, 62 years of age, MuseScore user since 3 years 26 weeks. (Now on MS 2.02) As I'm new to this group: Nice to meet you.
Maybe, you like Old Time Jazz, esp. the Boogie, and try to replicate it on your MIDI-Keyboard or on Fluid Synth with MuseScore? Let's talk about your experience, and what your teacher - if you have any - told you about that. Some hints on "How to" and some links to listen to will be welcome, of course.
To start some discussion:
I'm a nearly complete self taught amateur (or dilettante?) on a 61-Key-MIDI-Keyboard (as that "Steinway&Sons Grand" was too expensive B^)...) Touch sensitive keys, capable of General MIDI. As Musician, I learned reading scores and playin' recorder 55 years ago (at school), learned pickin' Guitar, mostly (german + celtic) Folk, Folk-Rock, Country & Delta-Blues (all by myself, too), I still play the guitar, but in the last 20 years, a MIDI Keyboard joined my computer(s) as input / output device. I still want to learn more...
If you wanna hear some examples, you might listen to
There are eight Boogies in one score... As I still am a simple "free" user (no "pro"), I have to "pile" them into one score.
Tell me, what you think, and what could be done better.
Have Fun and: Set the Music free!
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