Looking for feedback on my waltz:
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Hello fellow creators!
Everyone I see on here have some mad talent!
I'm a YouTuber with 17,000+ Subscribers and think I could help you out with some exposure as a fellow creator. I create weekly Singing Covers on my channel.
I need instrumentals/backings for new songs that come out and your composing could really fit well.
I'll of course credit and promote you in each video you help out with.
Let me know if you're interested.
I recently made a piece for cello and strings and I liked it but at the same time I do not like it. I have no idea what's wrong with it but please if anyone can criticize it, I would be glad and I might take in your suggestions/advices/tips.
I just finished, and would really like some feedback!
Here's the first 2 (plus a bit of the third) movement of my string quintet in f sharp major. Tell me what you think so far, and feel free to give me some suggestions on what I should do next!
What would make it better?
I finished the first movement of a short (https://musescore.com/user/24544561/scores/492710) concerto for two pianos recently, and I’d like some advice on what needs to be better. Also, what do you think would be good for me to do about the second movement?
Thanks so much !
I just made a full instrumental of The Piano from Dancing Line and I know its not perfect but I do not know what i improve on it. Please Listen to it and provide feedback!
For any composers interested in composing a prelude and fugue in this years composer competition:
You can see the themes on my profile.
This is probably gonna be way too long...
Here's the piece I'm talking about, it's in concert pitch just for the sake of simplicity.
I got started on it by actually making stuff up on trumpet rather than sitting at a computer like I usually do, so I didn't really have a chord progression in mind when making it. I think I did an Ok job (yeah right) of making one for the first part (The Cm7-Edim-FM7-Em7, Cm7-Edim-EbM7-Dm7 one), but I'm lost after that. There are parts that don't seem like they could go with any chord, and I'm still a bit of a rookie to writing music so I'm not sure what I should make the chords to those parts. My bigger problem with the second part is that I don't want it to just be a bunch of random chords with no sense of direction. There needs to be a progression, right? But it doesn't seem like the melody I wrote is following one. Any help on that front would be MUCH appreciated.
2.) What do I do with this piano?!
I know that the piano should be doing something other than just playing whole note chords the whole time the trumpet is playing, but I can't figure out what it is for the life of me. If I try to make things different in the piano, it doesn't seem to blend well with the trumpet. If I just have whole note chords, the piano part is boring, and also sort of interrupts the trumpet during ties over barlines. I didn't have all that much time to experiment with this today, so I just put it all as whole notes temporarily.
When I was first coming up with the melody, I was playing with a harmon mute. Obviously a real instrument will always sound better than a simulated one, *cough* musescore trombone soundfont *cough* but I think that the sound of the musescore version would be a lot better with a muted trumpet rather than an open one. So, if anyone knows if there is a trumpet w/ harmon mute soundfont on musescore, please let me know.
Alright, thanks in advance!
Hey! This is a memorium song I wrote sophomore year when someone stole my frisbee while I was playing a tennis match. Please let me know if it's any good!!
I’m not done with it yet... but constructive criticism would be much appreciated! Please listen to the original before listening to mine: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cxlf-ZmE8JI
This one is mine: https://musescore.com/user/27166815/scores/4850249
It says 2018 because I plan to be done with it by then. Thank you. I’m also hoping to get this published by a real publisher one day, so if you contact me at email@example.com, you could help me out and you may be credited. This is the first major arrangement that I’ve ever done. I plan to be arranging more in the future (composing is absolutely not my thing!) Again, thank you!
I've been writing this piece for a while. I've reached a point of finality where I'm pretty happy with it, but I don't feel nearly ready to be done with it. I want it to be longer and I just sort of want it to have more to it. More complexity? More of a melody? Any thoughts you'd like to share on this piece, please do. https://musescore.com/user/25730106/scores/4822508
Recent composition of a fanfare theme song I wrote for a student org. Tell me what you think!
Here is my first concert band piece I composed last summer. Looking for general feedback and impressions! Also check out my channel.
This is my first big band jazz piece. Tell me what you think! Also check out the rest of my channel, I have a lot of original music. Happy composing!
Like the description of the piece says, I am looking for the advice of anybody on how to improve my musical abilities. If you happen to listen to the piece please leave me some any advice or constructive criticism you can offer. I will appreciate any recommendations!