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Hello fellow composers! I'm leaving you with my newest composition - Th Ghost. It is written for piano, small string ensemble, synthesizers, and harp. I literally have no idea what I was thinking when I was writing this piece. I've never used that much dissonance or vague tonality. Partially I wanted to step back from the usual canon patterns that I tend to follow and do something unconventional. At least I've tried. It is a mostly thematic piece. I also had problems with mixing and changing dynamics/panning/EQ - I absolutely hate Logic standard pizzicato strings... Anyways, thank you for listening, and hope you enjoy this small piece just a little bit.
Hi, I'm trying to compose tracks for a game I'm working on. I based my orchestral arrangements on the leitmotiv of Alan Parson's Project's Pyramid (G - C - Eb - D), so let me know your opinion on this :) Overture_score.mid
Hello everyone ! :) I kindly request you to excuse me for the disturbance, but as presently student in Master's degree in Economics & Psychology at Panthéon-Sorbonne and Paris Descartes (and I'm also a musician since my 6 years old), I'm in search of composers for an experience on feedback in music composition within the framework of my master thesis. The experiment consists in making up a short composition of 8 measures, then to suggest modifications on the composition of another participant. Then, there is the possibility to modify its own composition. In extra, there is an Xperia Sony Z3 tablet Compact to win by drawing lots for people arriving at the end of the experiment :) I shall largely be grateful to you if you agreed to participate in it and if you pass it in your concerned circle of acquaintances ! Best regards, Olivia L
The Composer’s Community Project (ccp) is an experimental platform for music. The aim is to encourage compositions of all musical genres, which will be presented in this blog. Whether it’s Classic, Contemporary Music, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Hip Hop, Indie, Crossover, Folk Music and and and Through the WorldWideWeb ccp wants to reach people, who are open towards new musical and creative experiments – composers, musicians and everybody who loves to write music to be part of the project! The main issue of ccp is to enjoy composing: the platform provides the possibility to share the music with others and to get to know the variety of pieces that are created. The works will be presented on this platform as well as the composers. ccp is also a chance for networking and communication within the blog and other social media platforms. “a melody :: a thousand songs” The Composer’s Community Project is starting with the experiment “a melody :: a thousand songs”. A diversity of compositions will be generated on the basement of a few melodic themes, that have one thing in common: recognizable melodies. The pieces will be collected in a playlist and presented in this blog. They illustrate how diverse and various compositions all created on the same basis can be! How to do Choose three of the four melodies below and create on this basis your individual composition. Which key and tone pitch, rhythm, note value, instrumentation and arrangement, lengths of the piece, whether with vocals and text or without – it all depends on your creativity. The chosen melodies can be extended just as you like – you can compose around them developing your own musical themes. Please note: the melody lines as given should not be changed. Everything besides this is up to you. How to be part of it Record a mp3-file of your piece till the 25th of October 2011 and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submitted songs and pieces will be collected in a playlist and linked on different social media platforms. Important: With your name, short bio (approx. 4-5 sentences), photo and eventually your website we can introduce you and your work in an optimum way. If you have any questions – don’t hesitate to contact us: email@example.com! Be part of this experiment and share your music with us! – We are looking forward to your song! JUST DO IT! For further information please visit our blog or write a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org