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Noah Angott

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  1. I should also mention, I'm especially looking for input on orchestration and some of the section transitions.
  2. Needs a different title, unless you want to be stacked up against Alan Menkin, which is a tall order. I actually don't mind the trumpet parts at all, but I'll second AngelCityOutlaw. You need some new samples. Whatever you're using right now doesn't blend with the rest of your samples at all. Sounds like a section playing fff at all times.
  3. Hey all, just joined the forum, hoping for some input on a big piece I wrote a bit ago. I'm hoping to make some revisions soon and am looking at publishing eventually, so I'd be grateful for your input! A score is attached, I ask that you don't share it outside of this post. A Chance Taken is a piece I wrote in my last year of undergrad as an extracurricular project on top of my senior recital and student teaching prep, meaning I've only had a little bit of input on it. It's my most ambitious work to date, a 6-minute piece requiring a full sized Wind Band and an electronics track played on speakers. There's a variety of inspirations that went into this, including electronic, world, and and video game music. A big focus was on getting a lot of use out of three-ish different themes, and weaving them together in a variety of contexts. I'm especially proud of the closing section, which uses all of them at once. I have a VST recording here, which is the best representation of my vision for the piece. There's a lot of little details in there, so I'd reccomend some decent headphones if you have any. I was also fortunate to have the piece read by my university's Wind Symphony, although the recording quality isn't fantastic and we didn't have long to rehearse. I do like to think it might highlight some orchestration/balance issues though. Here's that recording:
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