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JBegley

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About JBegley

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  • Birthday 12/07/1997

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  • Biography
    I make music like a lot of people here. I compose for film and video games, and also for the hell of it.
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Oshawa Ontario
  • Interests
    Composing Music, Movies (especially Sci Fi), Books, Video Games and TV
  • Favorite Composers
    John Williams, Koji Kondo, Leiber/Stoller, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Igor Stravinsky, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Richard Wagner, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Alan Silvestri, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Randy Newman
  • My Compositional Styles
    I make Rock music, and some Electronic stuff. I can also compose Jazz, ragtime and symphonic music.
  • Notation Software/Sequencers
    I use Cubase for MIDI sequencing, and I use the Kontakt Sound Library for sounds.
  • Instruments Played
    Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums

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  1. JBegley

    Monochrome

    Very good! I like the way you orchestrated it. All of your countermelodies fit together really well without clashing. Keep it up!
  2. Thanks man. Glad you think so. I'm a huge fan of Muse.
  3. Thanks Mark. It was a bit of both. I studied vocals in high school, where I learned "proper" technical technique, and I also learned a lot about singing from listening to other Rock vocalists, like Elvis Presley, Robert Plant, and even John Lennon. And I'll definitely go back into the Cubase session and clean it up a bit more. Thanks for the feedback, J.
  4. Very nice. If possible, you should consider putting a compressor or a limiter on your vocal track. It would make the levels more consistent, and thus more integrated into the recording. Other than that, it's a beautiful song.
  5. Here's a new song I wrote. This one's a little bit more personal than my others.
  6. Thanks. 😁 And yes it's all me.
  7. Here is a song I wrote that I recorded recently.
  8. Sorry for late reply. This was just me. I recorded this by myself.
  9. Great riffs! I think my favourite of the 5 is Escaping The Truth.
  10. Oh. Perhaps I should have clarified it was ''End of Level Stats Music.''
  11. Thanks! Normally I would produce my Rock music with a drier more in your face sound, but I figured the wet sound heard in a lot of older music would work better for this. I figured something that sounds like it was recorded in the 70s would sell the Bond feel. But perhaps I'll go back into the session and make a drier mix to see if it works. Thank you for your feedback!
  12. It's good, but it sounds like there's too much going on in the left hand.
  13. Two friends of mine have been working on a 3d platformer video game. The story involves the adventures of a Robot in a retro-futuristic cartoon world. Since the game visually looks like a futuristic version of the 40s and 50s, the music I made for it is mostly in a jazz, ragtime and big band style. Anyway, here's three tracks I already made.
  14. Very nice! Although the grace notes in the left hand can be a bit much at times.
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