I want to start arranging some of the music I like, but I have no clue how difficult it would be. Could you rate these songs which I'm planning on trying from easiest to hardest? Thanks.
Gravity Rush - Pleasure Corner
Rabi Ribi - Mischievous Masquerade
Miracle Musical - Murders
Murdoch Mysteries - Opening Theme
Tally Hall - All of My Friends
I usually drink water then game, read, nap, or play with my cats for a while. I usually nap, though. Sometimes, I knock out two items on the list and take a nap with one of my cats. I'm a very sleepy person.
If you can perform this score:
send me the link for the video
Note that this might be impossible, and I don't really know if it is...
Hi guys!!! I produced two songs, the first one was composed by a friend, the second was composed by me. Hope you like it! :D
1- Polka Rondo in B major (piano)
2- BUTTERFLY (eletro)
This is random, but it would be cool to look at each others handwriting and perhaps guess everyone's personality from it! I'll post a picture of mine in a little bit...
I admittedly know very little music theory and what I do know (other than common knowledge) is self taught so maybe that's the reason I write slower than others, but some people can really post a whole sonata and be like " I wrote this in 4 seconds lol it's kinda bad feedback welcome". Still, I can't wrap my head around it at all. It takes me HOURS just to figure out more than one melody or countermelodyHHHHH
P. S. Before I get asked, I'm new to musescore.com but not terribly to the composition rodeo; I've gotten at least halfway through and/or finished 7 pieces (Again idk if that even counts as a lot. There's a lot of stuff I don't know. I just can't wait till I take AP Music Theory next year tbh).
Groups like Marvel Comics and BIll Nye seem to try to make it a point that 90% of all Christians are Catholic... but I don't know anything about them other than the stereotypical "Crossing of the heart" and the huge respect of Mary. Maybe someone could elaborate on what it's really like? -Fox
you don't have to put a pic and you don't have to say anything at all if you don't want to, but how would you describe the way you look and your clothing at the moment?
I have long brown hair that is kinda messy 'cause I forgot to brush it this morning.
My eyes are also brown, but more hazel-y. I'm not wearing any makeup since I'm at home so my face looks like a zombie's. =P
I'm pretty tall, 5'5.
Right now I am wearing bootcut jeans with weird rhinestone thingy's on the pockets, and a turquoise shirt with sleeves that go to my elbows that says 'Beach Patrol, Manhattan Beach California' on it, with a medical cross in the center... (no i don't live in CA).
I'm not wearing shoes, but by some miracle I'm wearing matching socks, that are grey and blue...
well that sums me up at the moment.
Does anyone know how I can learn jazz?
Thomas BU deleted his account so I decided to lead the group Jazz Genius only... I don't know jazz. Does any one know where i can learn it so that I can teach the many people on that group who don't know jazz as well?
thank you guys all so much for being so supportive. this community is so amazing. i interact with more people on here than i do in real life. it's really amazing to me how we can all come together and support each other. i really love this community and i am so lucky and glad to be a part of it and i just wanted to say thank you for all the messages i got from my last discussion
have a good night :)
Are there any self taught vocalists in this group? If so, I made a group for you! I have been trying to teach myself how to sing. 😅 easier said than done I have found. But I wanted to make this group so that we can help each other grow faster with tips or advice that someone else would have wished they had known while they were learning something. Hope you join! :)
So, i'm currently working on finishing the last piece in my "Photographs" Suite and an orchestration for another piece in the set. They're both pretty big projects, especially the orchestration, and I've found it best for me to work in 2 to 3 hour chunks throughout the day to get the most done. That brought me to this question, so, how do you manage large projects?