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SilverWolf

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About SilverWolf

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United States
  • Interests
    Orchestral Music, EDM, Rock, Metal, Blues, Hip Hop
  • Favorite Composers
    Hans Zimmer, Two Steps From Hell, Thomas Bergersen, Nick Phoenix, Christopher Drake, John Williams, Full Tilt, Amon Amarth, Brushy One String, Chris Thomas King, Empyreon, Trentemoller
  • Notation Software/Sequencers
    FL Studio, East West Symphonic Orchestra Platinum, East West Platinum Pianos(Steinway only atm), East West Stormdrum 2, East West Stormdrum 3, Serum, and Sytrus
  • Instruments Played
    Piano and Guitar

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  1. In Stormdrum 2 they have a MOR patch, I almost skipped it.
  2. Thank you some of the EW names are confusing.
  3. I'm new to learning about the drum part of sheet music, but it seem cool that it also included the drum notation as well.
  4. What program do you use for writing out the sheet music?
  5. This is definitely music that I could listen to, to relax/mellow out.
  6. @Ken320 Hey do they have a high hat and ride on the EW libraries?
  7. I'm not sure what the word for it is, but when sounds approach certain levels, different streaming sites such as youtube, soundcloud, spotify and pandora all have different ways of compressing the levels to what they deem audible.
  8. I like the harmonies, it sounds like something from dbz.
  9. Yeah, thats exactly what I meant using notes outside a scale the DAW that I use FL studio doesn't really label the scale that I am trying to use (Dorian) as what it typically should be. It always labels it as minor instead, regardless of how few chords I use for the rhythm section of a piano the 1,4 chord combo only does so much and it still doesn't label it as Dorian. I've even considered using no 3rds in the rhythm just 5ths and inversions, saving the actual scale for the lead hand accentuating the 6th note and tonic chord, to no avail. So I decided to write a post on this and get other peoples opinion on this matter. In a lot of songs for video games like you said they use chromatic notes ex: Legend of Zelda and Skyrim to name a few. When the DAW doesn't label the scale properly anyways, it's discouraging to even think about sticking to one scale.
  10. What is your opinion on using chromatic notes from time to time to help adjust a melody? Or just writing something that isn't quite all modal?
  11. For the purposes of cadence/resolution(ending on the 4th/5th chord), is the reason I want to know if the chord functions are consistent across all 7 modes of major.
  12. I might be asking the wrong question, I mean the chord functions. Tonic, Supertonic, Mediant, Subdominant, Dominant, SubMediant, and Leading tone.
  13. What would be the Diatonic order for the (D) Dorian scale?
  14. Thank you guys for the feedback, I'll look into adjusting those.
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