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Karisa L Clark

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About Karisa L Clark

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    Starving Musician

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  • Biography
    Illustrator, writer, and photographer based in Northern Indiana with exhibited artworks around the world from photography to photo-manipulations and sculptures. See the website for further details, my portfolio, and short biography. Currently open to commission-based work.
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  • Location
    Indiana, USA
  • Interests
    Music, Photography, Drawing, Graphic Design, Video Editing, Creative Writing
  • Favorite Composers
    Two Steps from Hell, Audiomachine, Hans Zimmer
  • My Compositional Styles
    Hybrid, Cinematic, Orchestral, Singer/Songwriter
  • Notation Software/Sequencers
    Cubase Pro 10
  • Instruments Played
    By Ear - (Self taught)

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  1. Ah, I think I hear that now. Thanks. I initially heard the violin/voice not matching up but wondered if it was just me being too nit-picky... now I know that might not be the case. I "finished" the song right before my computer crashed (It's not the ideal computer for all the software I have) and I was afraid I wouldn't be able to load it back to continue, so I posted it as is... now that I have everything running again, I will take this feedback into account. I do like the 2:15 melody, but I can hear where it might be off-putting. Take note I do create completely by ear so I am still learning the techniques and have lots to learn. Thanks for your feedback and time!
  2. Here's the first song I've created using Cubase! I love hearing your feedback and I haven't posted in quite a while. I now have a degree in illustration and am wanting to improve this as a medium for telling stories so let me know what you think!
  3. Starting to work with my new Cubase Pro 10! 😄 Glad I made the switch!

  4. Ah! it works! 0.0 seriously.... it was that easy.... There are so many projects where this has happened and I've just moved on to the next idea since I didn't think I could build on them anymore and I couldn't share it to the public since it wasn't decently created yet. I'm SUPER excited to continue working on some of those projects now that I realize this is all that was needing to be done. Thank you SO very much for your help. So simple... I can't believe I didn't know this.
  5. Not sure where to post this (on & off the site as I finish my degree in Illustration/Visual Communication Design this year) but I was wondering if anyone knew how to export FL Studio to .mp3 without it muting/cutting out the VSTs. I constantly have the issue of adding all the instruments that I would like, sounds normal, then after exporting to .mp3, I test the .mp3 version and find it muted/cut out some (of not most) of the VSTs in the final exported piece. It sounds normal in FL Studio (sometimes it still cuts out when playing back the piece in FL Studio - but the issue is guaranteed on export). This is likely a simple fix, but I'm not sure how to solve this issue. I don't create elaborate pieces (as I am self taught and still learning the process), but I'm wondering if there is any way I can salvage the music piece I have created at this point... It is only 1-2min long... and I would like to continue building on it. If you would like to know the VSTs that give me the most issues they are Symphonic Orchestra and Kontakt player. I am using FL Studio 10 (extended memory). Also, If I understand correctly, FL Studio only allows around 4 RAM of room for me to create a music piece - if that is even a factor in the related issue. Let me know if I can provide more info. Like I said, I'm not sure if this fits in this forum, but since I use the VSTs, i figured perhaps someone might be able to help... Thanks! Karisa L. Clark
  6. Things have been slower than usual. College consumes most of my time and very little has been applied to getting my music files completed. While it was a bit of a tragedy when my computer crash deleted the majority of my current projects, it's been a relief to have a new/fresh start on my music... However, I am also focusing on other forms of creative storytelling such as graphic designs and photography, and am attempting to write my first novel series. To see updates follow me on twitter @KarisaLClark and also visit my website for the latest announcements and new content: http://karisalclark.wixsite.com/karisalclark 

  7. Thank you! But I cannot take credit for having the magnificent vocals you hear in this piece. I used the VST HeavyOCity's Vocalise 2 for the vocals and the vocal phrases. I also use Symphonic Orchestra from Steinberg for the strings and the cello.
  8. I keep trying to change my profile picture back to my logo, but the photo continues to reset to a "K"... :/ --- never mind.... I tried it just now and it seems to have changed back... strange indeed
  9. This is my latest cinematic orchestral piece "Gone". I would appreciate your feedback and suggestions. Click the YouTube link below: "Gone" by Karisa L. Clark
  10. Was a logo established for this yet? I have been away from this website for a while focusing on college and just seen this advertised. I am finishing up a Bachelor's degree as a Graphic Designer and would love the opportunity to design for Young Composers. You can view my portfolio here: http://karisalclark.wixsite.com/karisalclark/portfolio If you are still searching for designs or need help coming up with ideas, contact me through my website or reply to this post.
  11. New cinematic orchestral song "Gone"

    Would appreciate your feedback.

  12. Changed everything back over to my name as the artist title. Instead of KLC Melodies or KLC Media, it is now simply Karisa L. Clark.

  13. Thanks again for all the reviews and feedback! You are helping me with compliments that push me on and the criticism/advice to challenge me to do better.

  14. If you liked Removing the Mask (No Vocals) you may like the original... check it out and let me know what you think :)

  15. Thank you for listening to my music! Feedback is appriciated and so are votes ;)

    1. SergeOfArniVillage


      I will listen to your music soon :)

    2. Bryce Stout

      Bryce Stout

      No problem! :D

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