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Rabbival507

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Rabbival507 last won the day on December 16 2017

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About Rabbival507

  • Rank
    Intermediate Composer
  • Birthday 02/11/2000

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  • Biography
    I know how to play piano but don't really consider myself a piano player. I'm 17 and have been composing music for over three years. I'm not an english speaker so please don't expect the best english skills. Hm... I'd like to contact with any other young composer around here, see if we can work together. Also, I have a great lack of feedback since I'm not in a composition class and has no composition teacher. Would like to get every feedback you have, even if it's bad (as long as I can learn something from it).
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Israel
  • Occupation
    School? that's alot of work and zero money XD
  • Interests
    Drawing, Writing and... you'll never guess... music
  • Favorite Composers
    John Powell (mostly HTTYD, that made me start composing music), Howard Shore (LOTR), Austin Wintory (mostly Journey), Gustav Holst (mostly Planets), Igor Stravinsky (mostly Rite and Firebird), Gustav Mahler (his symphonys), most of FF composers. Also, I like most of the Celtic folk music. There are many other things I'm listening to, these are just the first composers that popped in my mind.
  • My Compositional Styles
    I'm... not sure
  • Notation Software/Sequencers
    I use Cubase 9 and Sibelius 7.5
  • Instruments Played
    Piano

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  1. New here, posting a track from upcoming album

    I think it sounds great, you probably spent hours mixing these sounds. To me, after looking up the movie's name on google, it sounds like someone that wakes up in the mud in a robotic post apocalyptic world just to find out that the chase isn't over yet, and that if he want's to cross the border and get out of the robot's/armed gang's territory he has to start running as fast as possible. Was I close? XD
  2. WINTER 2018 COMPETITION: ANNOUNCEMENT

    I'd like to join in. Forget my previous message (if you read it), I need some time to think about it. I'll try finishing it in time.
  3. Willow

    (claping my hands) I enjoyed it, although the notation bothered me a bit. You said that you're not done notating it so I won't criticize it. You kept the piece interesting although it's a simple piano piece, with no fancy runs and anything like that. Why do you call it "willow"?
  4. Arcade

    You got me XD Na, just kidding, I really do like Rick and Morty but not for the music. I guess it's the lead that reminded you the main instrument of the theme song. That's actually my only piece where I use this kind of instruments. Thanks anyway :P
  5. Broken Words

    I like it. It's nice, it's simple, it's calming. Also, it's playable by one person, which makes it really easy to perform, you don't need to gather a whole orchestra for that. I had one small problem with the notation, and it's these three bars and the one after them: I think that reading them an octave lower with an 8av sign would be easier. I didn't compose a thing this year, nor anything for the ending of 2017, which is kind of weird because the rainy days have come and rain usually gives me tons of insperation and will to create. What drove you into making this piece?
  6. 0-2 Epic Orchestral

    Nice work. In my opinion, it sounds close to this track, from the FFXV expansion:
  7. Arcade

    I want to give you a feedback as a favor under a favor after you reviewed that many works of mine. It doesn't seem like you uploaded anything lately, is there any old work of yours that is still relevant today?
  8. Arcade

    Thanks for all the feedbacks! I'm glad you took your time to go over all of these pieces of mine. I wonder why nobody is looking at "Battle" though, I consider it my best piece... Here's the full version, that I didn't upload because I'm not completely satisfied with it. It's called "remake" in my computer because it's a remake of something I created about two years ago.
  9. Personally, I'd prefer it without the video. All these circling shapes moving around changing colors took my attention of the music. Now I'll listen with my eyes closed and tell you what I think about the music itself. I think it could be good as a background music for something you can focus on easily (not like these shapes), how about trying to put it on a video of people just walking around in the streets and the parks?
  10. "The White Moon" by Andrew Ambient

    @Andrew Ambient Morning. I'm a bit against Am F C G because of the massive use of it in popular music. Other than that, you have beautiful sounds there, could be a very nice background music. May I ask what instruments did you use in this piece? My strings and choirs doesn't sound that way, I wonder if you added anything else.
  11. Reported Speech (Adagietto)

    @Luis Hernández Thanks! What are these "Pitch Class Sets" you''re talking about? Care to do a master class about it? Or a little personal class to me if you don't want to do a big lesson?
  12. The music fits the scene, transitions are good, it helps the movie but doesn't take the watchers attention. I think that you achived your goals. Theres a problem you overcame here that I've been trying to overcome myself for months with no success... How did you keep the original soundeffects after removing the original music?
  13. I like it. Sounds like a master's work. I don't think that my understanding in music is deep enough to give you a good feedback for this piece. It's clear that you learned classical music theory, the thematic material is well repeated and the chord progression are complicated and keep the piece intresting althouhg it's played by one instrument. Also, some parts, like bar 31, seemed a bit too complicated to play by leg (as far as I know the bottom base line is for the pedals).
  14. Reported Speech (Adagietto)

    Wow. Ten out of ten, really. You described the winter well, you used the piano which is, in my opinion, the best instrument to describe the winter with. The harmony is interesting, the rythm is interesting, I don't see a single flaw in it. *Can you please explain what "reported speech" means? English isn't my first language and I guess it doesn't really mean that you gave a report on a speech.
  15. Miranda

    It was a bit monotic for me, but maybe that's what you tried to create. Also, if you want the piece to be playable you should fix some notation problems. One exmple that is, to me, critical is in bar 86 where left hand is suddenly where the right hand is, which really isn't comfortable or necessary. If it's important to you and you want the piece to be playable you should go through the notes and fix things like that. Sorry I don't have anything truly helpful to say.
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