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    This is really cool! It has a lot of the same strengths that made early 2010's pop so memorable and hard to get out of your head. There's so many great things going on here! Keep it up!!!
  2. Welcome to the forum!!! I really like this overall. I got final countdown vibes for some reason? This is really cool! I think amping up the drums a bit at times and making them more intense (rising and falling in volume with the melody) would really add even more to it. Great job!!!!
  3. Thanks so much for the feedback! I'm working on improving it and it genuinely does mean a lot!
  4. So I did an arrangement of the song "Hair" from the 1967 Musical "Hair" for concert band. I think it's pretty decent, let me know what you think.
  5. So I did an arrangement of the song "Hair" from the 1967 Musical "Hair" for concert band. I think it's pretty decent, let me know what you think. I realize now that I have put this under the wrong forum, but it wont let me delete this (or I'm just dumb and can't figure out how to), so it is here to stay.
  6. Wow, for only your third composition ever, this is pretty good! There's a lot of good stuff going on. If you're going for more of a Mozart and Beethoven sound, you could focus on making this ternary form (ABA), which is what was the form used by Baroque composers. Also, a little side note, if you're interested in computer software or soundfonts that will make the instruments sound more realistic, I'd recommend any of the things below: Musescore (free notation software) - https://musescore.org/en LMMS (free composition software) - https://lmms.en.softonic.com/download Free Sound Vault (free, high quality soundfonts) - http://www.freesoundvault.com/sounds/ Great job and I look forward to seeing what else you compose in the future!
  7. Honestly, this sounds like an amazing intro to a mystery TV show. I got some Gravity Falls vibes going on there for a bit, I really enjoyed this. As music for an intro or outro, this is perfect. If this is meant to be background music then I'd recommend making it longer for sure. Loved this!
  8. Wow, I really enjoyed listening to this. I've never thought of this song as being one that would sound good for jazz or big band, but my gosh is it good. I think that the high trumpet parts are very cool (among many other cool parts) but whether it would sound good for a group of high school players would depend on how good of a player they are. I've known some very talented high school trumpets who could play that, but I've known a lot more that probably wouldn't be at that skill level until college. The whole piece overall had really good contrast between parts, there was a lot of good stuff going on will solos and special instrument effects/parts, and it was overall pretty good. The only thing that I would possibly consider changing would be adding a bass guitar and bringing the piano part out during the main sections instead of just out at the very end.
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