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  1. Thank you! Nice to hear that ๐Ÿ™‚
  2. in spite not liking atonal music, I have to say I found this piece quite compelling. It's very well structured. I like the section starting at b38, and the clusters work really well. Also, well done to musescore! It seems to work great! Is this the new musescore design? I saw a youtube video where they comment on a lot of improvements.. Maybe I should give it a try
  3. I just made a video of this piece if anyone is interested ๐Ÿ™‚
  4. I am really, really pleased about how this piece turned out. It's difficult, but super fun to play. It's gonna be the third and llast movement of a Fruit Sonata (Durian, Buddha Hand, Dragon Fruit). I have published Durian here before, and I have not composed Buddha Hand yet. This is just a quick recording I have done tonight, I will do a better one with video soon ๐Ÿ™‚ Let me know all your thoughts!
  5. Hey @Tรณnskรกld thank you for your input! I will experiment and try to find my favourite workflow ๐Ÿ™‚
  6. I experimented with rewire aland ableton and it kind of works. Do you export the midi from sibelius and play it in your DAW, @Ken320?
  7. Hello. Link seems to be broken! Where do I get this magazine? Double post! Sorry! Not sure how to cancel this!
  8. Thank you so much! Great info, will follow that tutorial ๐Ÿ™‚
  9. Hi Ken, thank you very much.!As I got interested in the topic recently, I actually learnt how to use Ableton, but I am still not brave enough to actually incorporating it in my music! So if I understand you correctly, you notate all the parts (including the FX parts) in sibelius, then you import it in your DAW and associate every part to a different instrument (which supposedly is 'saved' in your DAW), and then you play it there... is it correct? ๐Ÿ™‚
  10. Unfortunately I am not an expert in writing fugues, so cannot really say much about the piece. I liked it, but I think the audio could be rendered better with some more expressive marks (e.g. the most obvious one: a ritardando before the trill?). I expecially liked the modulation in bar 22. I did not like the main theme though, probably due to the jump on the fifth which sounds a bit empty. What happened to the ending btw? ๐Ÿ˜›
  11. Hi, this is the first masterclass I participate too. Basically I write a piece using what I learnt in your post and you will review it - correct? Seems like a great idea! Sorry if it's a dumb question, but what does EPM mean?
  12. Thank you @Tรณnskรกld! This problem of my music being not cohesive is real - more in other pieces than in this one to be honest! Here I hoped to keep it all together with the use and re-use of the main theme - but it's interesting to know that it didn't really work 100%. Thank you very much for listening ๐Ÿ™‚
  13. for now I have decided to name this piece Durian, a smelly and spiky asian fruit - and potentially give to the other pieces other fruit's names. ๐Ÿ™‚
  14. Hi Ken, I understand this work is a bit old now, but I was going through the hall of fame and I found it. I absolutely love it, so very well done. It's amazing how you mix very melodic parts with some sharp dissonance sections. I also wanted to ask how did you create the score with respect to the mixture of instruments and effect. I am a novice in the area but generally I write my stuff in sibelius and play it with noteperformer. How would you go about in adding effects there? I understand this may be a complex topic, so maybe you can just point me in the rigth direction and I'll figure the rest out? ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks! And congratulation again, amazing work
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