Give this a listen. If you've got the time leave a comment or some feedback, and I'll return the favor if you'd like. I am quite pleased with the first half of this specifically.
Hi people! I'm sick of this "score not processing" thing, so I made a group where we can share are scores by other means instead, until musescore decides to fix. https://musescore.com/groups/stuck-scores
https://musescore.com/user/204008/scores/5401498?from=notification - A few people in my band are complaining that they are not getting a bigger part, but I can not find a way to have write more parts without it being over orchestrated and compromising the original idea. Do you have any tips I can use to fix this? Thanks so much! :D
(This is a prog rock band with 4 additional violinists.)
Hey guys... I've been working on this IMPOSSIBLE mixed ensemble (mainly piano) piece for more than 2 years, just decided to release it today, hope everybody likes it... or give some feedback on what to improve on? Idk since this is an IMPOSSIBLE piece xD
Leave me some comments and feedback, and I'll do the same for something you have written. This is not done, but I am pleased with my work to this point.
Written in three movements of different lengths, I had a better time of equalizing in Audacity, including also compression and enveloping.
However my initial intent was to make a 15 minute first half of a symphony. I want to write an addition, titled Edgar, with a much more resolute and enharmonic type value.
My idea is to approach tension building values from several composers like Schoenberg and Brubeck. Then resolve with a deteriorating fugue.
I have a plot around the CoF, but I am curious what you might do instead?
Many of you know this upbeat FNaF SL song! My version is great for beginners and experts alike, complete with lyrics!
https://musescore.com/user/29734037/scores/5376856 - Join Us For A Bite by JT Machinima
Ive been working on this piece for only a few weeks so there are some parts that still need a ton of help. Also I am currently working on the transitions and the accompaniment parts of the piece.