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  1. Trying to gather a few tracks I've posted before all in one playlist. Does anyone have any advice for lead?
  2. Found this sweet backing track on Youtube. I just had to jam over it. I named it Ninja Blade because it has a anime theme to it lol. I love it. Wouldn't call better than Seismic Melody but I'll say this a close second. I played lead here and also some suspended chords. Also, to clarify (and this unrelated to the topic) I've had a couple of people ask if I still did orchestral composing. Answer is, I do but I'm just taking a break from that.
  3. I purchased a new interface for my computer and this is the very first, fully structured guitar track I've made using it. It's the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface. I've never mixed and mastered a track recorded from an interface before, so I'm not sure how well the quality is...but from you guys reviews it'll help in the future.
  4. Just finished a guitar track. I think it's in C# Minor - my guitar was tuned in C#. Forget what scale I used. Anyway, it was just something I messed around with. Mainly ideas thrown together over a central melody/rhythm I found on YouTube.
  5. Small concertino for trumpet in only one movement, inspired by Alban's variations. Any criticsm and opinion is welcomed!
  6. LostSamurai

    Seismic Melody

    Decided to record some lead guitar while thinking of ideas for my next score. It's in the key of C#m, which I love the most. Added some pinch harmonics and a short guitar solo. Feedback is always welcomed. Headphones recommended for better sound. Hope you guys enjoy!
  7. Here is an arrangement that I am doing for school with a friend.
  8. I wrote this handful of rock/metal songs as the soundtrack for a computer game my friends and I were creating. Unfortunately, we weren't able to finish the game due to everybody having pressing responsibilities elsewhere, but here are the songs I 'finished.' Not my usual scene, but I think they're fun. No scores available, sorry.
  9. Hi, it's been a while since I posted so I thought I'd show something off while I work on a large orchestral piece I'm taking my time on. The drums, rhythm guitar, and bass, was from a free backing track I've found on Youtube; the lead guitar is what I've done (the part with the terrible quality haha) The next one is where I am working on my guitar solos. I believe I hit one wrong note outside of the key of D Major (very noticeable) And I know there are a lot of random notes, I was freestyling...didn't necessarily write it down like I did the first one.
  10. The Coneheads - Diamonds Before Sunset.mp3 Hi, this thread is a mix between giving response to one of our songs, if you want, and at the same time I make this thread to tell ya'all that we are making music culture in Armenia, and if you want and if you are a GOOD musician or CHARMING person you should come and join, we will make more than one band, we will do it kind of secretly and make websites with password and writing the password on the posters we will put here in Armenia, because this is nothing we do to be rich or "famous" but because we want to re-make the 60s, the younger generation in Armenia speak more and more English, but if you sing in russian, georgian or armenian you are particilarly welcome. Here is the song I want to show you. My friend Kurt is singing. Ps: we can't sing, so somebody else will do the vocals when it will be performed. Link: http://redfizz.com/rf/song.aspx?songid=351981 Regards. Daniel
  11. kmahna

    Sonority

    http://picosong.com/Gtvv/ I would love to have some feedback! It is my first time composing something as complex as this so any tips or advice would very much help. Thank you!
  12. Instead of arranging a piece for a full band, I tried doing a slightly different style. Inspired by Adrian Quince, I had high woodwinds (oboe), low woodwinds (bassoon), saxophone, high brass (trumpet) and low brass (tuba). The ending still isn't completely final because I still am not sure what to do with it. Any feedback/suggestions? https://musescore.com/user/15379306/scores/3341871 small band piece.mid
  13. bassoongirl123

    Star rise

    https://musescore.com/randomperson555/my-song this is my first original composition for a full band. What do you think?
  14. Lazarus: I tried some different things here rhythmically here. Also, I wanted to fuse jazz and concert band together. I'll go back and add a long improv section in here to keep the economy going. Notes The opening misterioso delineates the pain and hunger of Lazarus as the night is storming as he has no food or home. He prays to God of his torment and wishes for food. The all the hope is has to be with his Heavenly Father. He falls asleep and waits for the new day. The pizzicato bass enters, Lazarus is begging for money and food. The rich man (along with other people) ignores him constantly. After this happens repeatedly, the rich man scolds him (as the soaring french horns enters with melody in measure 59.) After the final discourse, the peasant dies (measure 75.) Abraham appears to him (measure 82) and tells him "Welcome home!" The rich man then dies and the dark angels then take him to him to Hell. He finds himself in agony and begs to Abraham for his family to be notified of his transgressions and for cool water from Lazarus(measure 94). Abraham then proclaims ,, WEB. Lazarus rejoices in being in Heaven, falling at the feet of the Lord Almighty, the God of Abraham.
  15. Symphonic Suite No. 1 is a collection of pieces I originally composed during my time at the University of Michigan. I was constantly told by my good friends and Sinfonian fraternity brothers, Jamal Duncan, Armand Hall, and Damien Crutcher, to write for symphonic band. I eventually drew upon my time at my alma mater to compose for this idiom, which gave me my love for playing, my love for classical music, and my desire to compose. Chorale and Prelude was the last piece composed for this suite. It was originally written as my final-exam project in my Baroque counterpoint class with Kevin Korsyn. It was easily made into a piece for saxophone choir. After realizing the suite was incomplete with the later three movements (Marziale, Hymn, and Gigue), I composed additional material (F major) in 2012 to prolong the piece and give it more color. Marziale comes from my tuba-euphonium quartet, Quartet No 1, which was composed for three friends of mine: Kristof Schneider, Tony Halloin, and Todd Shafer. It was inspired by the Hindemith Trombone Sonata, which I first heard performed in 1994 by my brother, Bradford Mallory. Hymn was originally written as “Jesus is Lord.” It was commissioned as a band piece by Frank Perez and Graceland University and premiered December 8, 2011. An alternate version with choir was premiered by Edward P. Quick and the Michigan State University New Horizons Band. Gigue also comes from my tuba-euphonium quartet. I loved Kristof’s sound on euphonium and was thoroughly impressed with Todd’s and Tony’s range on tuba. Their abilities inspired me to compose habitually. This piece was also inspired by the Violoncello Suites of Johann Sebastian Bach and Second Suite in F: Fantasia on a Dargason by Gustav Holst.
  16. Hello People of Earth, I'm a teenage girl who's interested in starting a band. The genre could be anything, ranging from Rock, Heavy Metal, Punk, Alternative, Pop, Pop Punk, Electronic, etc. Requirements Know how, or is learning how to play an instrument. (Guitar, Piano, Bass, Drums,Violin) would be preferred, but other instruments would be great too. Between the ages of 13-18( Can be negotiated) Songwriting abilities would be gladly appreciated but not mandatory Have to be able to travel to the NYC area ​These are just basic requirements, things can change and anyone can, and should apply. All you have to do is send a video or recording of you playing to this email: Thatrockergirl28@gmail.com and answer the questions below.After that there will be a interview and whoever gets pick we'll have a group interview to see if we all click. I am not a looking to create a band to get famous but I am looking for a group of people who love music just as much as I do and wants to express themselves and let their voice be heard.So apply and I can't wait to hear you. Questions Name: Age: Instrument: Favorite Color: Favorite Food: Top 5 Favorite Bands: Inspirations: Favoriting things you like to do: Why do you wanna join this band? What makes you different from other artist? What are your goals, musically? What can you bring to the Band besides being able to play and instrument? How available are you for practice, what days of the week? What does music mean to you? Are you ok with Video Chatting?( Skype,Oovoo,FaceTime)
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