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On 1/17/2023 at 3:31 PM, Henry Ng Tsz Kiu said:

Very nice modal mixture and marching rhythm! The orchestration is as good as always! It depicts something grand and motivates audience well! Thanks for sharing!

Henry

Thanks for your feedback, Henry.

You're the forum's super reviewer!

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Curious title to begin with, cool work in summary.

Am I hearing a harp? It sounds VERY nice. The transitions to the more subtle atmosphere and back to the brass section are very clean, my only concern would be that this mood you created (at least to me) could have lasted longer. Guess I'm lately used to longer pieces.

Kind regards!!

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Well, this is very bad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASS! 😛

Haha well done, man. I've been digging your recent posts. I know you mentioned that you've been composing more for fun than for whatever freelance work you could get, I hope it's been a blast for you and reinvigorated your inspiration.

I'm just curious, do you have any larger plans with your music? Might be cool if you made a suite of smaller pieces that have an overall theme, even if it's just for fun in your leisure time. And when is the next piece featuring guitar? I'm miss your leads, I'd love to chat about tones sometime. 

Keep them coming, awesome and polished work you have here.

P.S. What's a bridge bunny? lol 

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8 hours ago, Omicronrg9 said:

Am I hearing a harp?

Yes

8 hours ago, Omicronrg9 said:

It sounds VERY nice

Thank you!

2 hours ago, Thatguy v2.0 said:

I'm just curious, do you have any larger plans with your music? Might be cool if you made a suite of smaller pieces that have an overall theme, even if it's just for fun in your leisure time.

In the next month or so I'm launching a new website, with a new reel (which this track will be a part of, along with other shorter ones) and will probably try to drum up some scoring gigs with a focus on doing 20th Century styles. Assuming any are out there.

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24 minutes ago, AngelCityOutlaw said:

In the next month or so I'm launching a new website, with a new reel (which this track will be a part of, along with other shorter ones) and will probably try to drum up some scoring gigs with a focus on doing 20th Century styles. Assuming any are out there.

Actually will you consider making them paid soundtrack even if they are not commisoned? They are very high quality and I think many will be interested. Or you just want to share it? I think money-wise this can help you fianancially, but I know you write just for fun. It seems that my suggestion is too utilitarian, but I think you deserve that!

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2 minutes ago, Henry Ng Tsz Kiu said:

Actually will you consider making them paid soundtrack even if they are not commisoned?

I pretty much only dealt with indie projects on a licensed, non-exclusive basis. So yes, these tracks will also be able to use for a fee.

The deal I usually worked with indie projects, even if it's commissioned is that I keep 100% of the rights to the music and recordings, so that if the project fails (or even if it doesn't) I'm not out anything and the music can continue to be used. Back in the day, I made the mistake of signing away rights to projects that never got released, and so there's all this music I can't do anything with now and have nothing to show for all that work.

Frankly, a film director, game company, advertising agency, etc. would have to be coming to me with pretty serious money and a proven track record in order for me to consider doing an exclusive deal.

I definitely think that, if you're going to compose for TV and games or whatever, you should view your music as an asset that you're investing in rather than a mere commodity.

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