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  1. Hi everyone, i hope you had a nice halloween Here's a piece i composed last Sunday, this piece will be the last i share in a while because i have to travel but i'll keep writing. i'll be reading your advice and tips as always. I hope you like it -Aaron
  2. Hi, I composed this short piece last week If you have any advice or tips I'll be reading you Have a nice week๐Ÿ˜ I hope you like it -Aaron
  3. Hi, I composed this yesterday I was just playing around with a little melody i came up with If you have any advice or tips i'll be reading you. I hope you like it๐Ÿ˜ -Aaron
  4. Hi I composed these 3 short pieces recently, I wrote them on the bus and some parts at home I hope you like them, have a nice day -Aaron
  5. Hi , i composed this short piece yesterday, I wasn't at home and i was extremely bored and i came up with this. I hope you like it๐Ÿ™‚ -Aaron
  6. Hi wonderful people,today I'm going to share with you a piece I composed for a friend The structure is rounded binary form and I called it a "menuetto" as an art form not a dance, I don't think you can dance to this xd I actually composed 4 pieces since the last one but they are not really interesting. I hope you like this one and as always your advice or tips are welcome ๐ŸŽถ -Aaron
  7. Hi, I composed this little tune a week ago i think, but I forgot to share it with you, it's super short. Right now i'm sick at bed, I have flu so i'm just listening and reading music not composing As always advice and tips are welcome๐Ÿ‘ I hope you like the tune and have a nice day. -Aaron
  8. Hi, I composed this super short piece a week ago. I wanted to compose something in a new key so I chose F major, the themes are basically just scales and triplets. Most of the time I compose to apply some things i heard or read about, in this piece from measure 23-28 i harmonized that ascending bass scale( i didn't know how to do that properly 2 months ago ๐Ÿ˜ฎ ) If you have any advice or tips they're welcome as always I hope you like the short tune๐Ÿ‘ -Aaron
  9. Hi, this is a short slow piece I composed yesterday and finished today (july 30) I also composed the first section of an Andante but I will share it next week, I have to travel tomorrow Yesterday I was basically reading about bass movements and that kind of stuff and i wrote this ๐Ÿ˜ If you have any advice or tips, they're welcome as always. I hope you like it -Aaron
  10. Hi this is my second piece on a minor key. I composed this Allegro a couple days ago,an accident happened in my neighbourhood and we didn't have electricity for 3 days ๐Ÿ˜” but I composed this piece ๐Ÿ˜… It goes from Am to the relative major, then to the dominant, relative minor and back to Am. I hope you like it I'm glad to read your tips or advice as always. -Aaron
  11. Hi I'm Aaron, This is the second piece i share publicly let's say, It's the first time i use a minor key, I composed this today (July 15) as a little exercise actually,I tried to apply some concepts i learned this week. I hope you enjoy this short piece If you have any tips or advice i'm all ears ๐Ÿ˜„ Pd: Thank you Henry and Darren for helping me ๐Ÿ™‚ . -Aaron
  12. Hi this is my first post here but only in this account, I had another one that was called "Aaronbob", But i had some problems with the email so i created another account, everything should be fine now. This piece is a re-work of something that i uploaded a month ago, but this time i tried to apply your advice ๐Ÿ™‚ it was going to be a rondo, but i decided to study the form well before attempting to compose with it. i hope you like the little tune, I accept feedback and everything, @Henry Ng Tsz Kiu helped me when i asked him for advice so the harmony should be better. ( it's still not "perfect" but maybe now it's decent) I hope you like my little piece and have a wonderful day โค๏ธ -Aaron
  13. Hello! I'm very new to this platform, but I am a young composer who thought I might find some good feedback and interactions here. Here is my first submission; a short little 'aria' for organ that I have been working on for the last couple of days. It is perhaps more conventional, harmonically and otherwise, than some of my other works. I took direct inspiration from Noel Rawsthorne's 'Aria' (which I am currently learning myself) in many features of the piece, particularly the form and structure. A computer playback version will have to do for now, I'm afraid, but I will try and record this myself when I go in to my local church for some organ practice this week. I hope my registration instructions and our imaginations will be able to overcome the registration of this synthesized version, particularly in the computer's conservative interpretation of ritardandos. Any feedback or suggestions are very welcome!
  14. This is a piece I started on in Fall, 2020. I sort of forgot about it for a time because a different project took priority for me. However, I want to make a few final changes to this and call it a completed piece. One of the changes will be the title: I plan to call the piece simply "Baptism". This was suggested by my organ teacher. He said it would help to make the piece seem more useful to a church organist as it could be used for any topic relating to baptism in general, not just the baptism of Jesus. I would love to hear if anyone has any suggestions for the piece, as I am about to start revising it.
  15. This is my first posting on this forum. This is the second piece of my waltzes suite, written in c# minor.. It's nicknamed "memories during quarantine". The opening part resembles resembles the thinker's current situation as he is mentally exhausted by the restrictions put upon him and the entire world. Then the person think's of the good times before these. To show that the waltz modulates into e major and back to c# to reach him in the current situation. Note:The Piece was made using Flat.io. It is inspired of Schubert's serenade and my favourite Chopin's nocturne and waltz in C# minor. hope you like it. Sheet music :https://flat.io/score/5eaff67af195803c68148ff5-waltzes-suitewaltz-in-c-minor
  16. This particular piece is a very special piece of music to my heart because I wrote it when I lost almost all of my other compositions due to a faulty laptop I was working on. I do think, however that this incident has triggered my most creative and productive skill yet. Where some of my previous compositions were dull or clearly based off other composers, this piece is almost a funeral march for my lost works, and (I hope) expresses my anger towards the loss but also the light that has triggered my recent creative spree. I hope that you enjoy the composition, and I am desperate to get some feedback on it.
  17. Here is a piano piece I composed in 2018 Avvenire I hope you like it. Thanks.
  18. Hey, I'm looking into getting Albion One in a few days and, as you might know, the keyswitches are placed from C0 upwards. I have an 61 key midi controller (miditech i2-control 61 pro) so I'm used to remapping the keyswitches to some key within my reach, no big deal. I just came to the realization that I could just as well map my 4 trigger pads (they have 128 velocities like a normal key and are mapped to something like F3 to A#3) (if you don't know what I mean, just google the name of the keyboard) to the keys of C0 upwards to get the 4 most important articulations with keyswitches and get the rest by clicking at them on my laptop. Apparently it is possible to remap the pads to new keys but I can't find any information on how to do it on the internet. Does anyone know a good solution/can link me to one? Daw: Studio One 3
  19. I spent a good number of hours and wrote this all today. There was a reddit composition challenge for June to write a 2 part invention and I'm a big fan of Bach and developing my faculties in such a way so I gave it a try. Given how much I just winged it and went straight forward with the first subject and so on that I came up with, it pulled together nicely I think.
  20. This is a simple little piece in really no particular style or form. Happy to have any comments. Nocturne No 3 midi.mid
  21. Here's the third and final movement to my trio for guitar, bass, and harmonic series keyboard. Please have a listen and leave any comments, feedback, and criticism as all the feedback I've received has been very valuable so far. Above all, I hope you enjoy it.
  22. Here's the second movement for my first microtonal trio for guitar, bass guitar, and keyboard tuned to the 32-note Harmonic Series scale. Please leave comments, criticisms, feedback, as even Monarcheon's feedback on the first movement helped a lot. Hope you enjoy it!
  23. These piano tracks are meant to add atmosphere to my Silent Hills game project. These are meant to be listened to with half volume as they are for background music. Inspired by Akira Yamaoka's music
  24. Some piano music....open to new music opportunities. www.carldoesmusic.com
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