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  1. This one is different, combining some eastern Japanese/Chinese elements with western stuff.. Could've been some sort of Japanese film/serious soundtrack maybe some anime stuff 😄 There is a good drive on this one, leaded by the Hang Drum.. Have fun 🙂
  2. Been taking a break from composing, but mostly because I wanted to arrange a couple of these beauties. I love me some Irish airs from time to time and these are the first three that I have sat down to arrange for the piano for myself. Y'alls can have a listen. The links are down below. And I got the PDF file for the score. 😋 1. Inisheer: https://soundcloud.com/user-563317711/inisheer-inis-oirr-thomas-walsh-mini-piano-arrangement 2. Sheebeg, Sheemore: https://soundcloud.com/user-563317711/sheebeg-sheemore-si-bheag-si-mor-turlough-ocarolan-attributed-mini-piano-arrangement 3. Slane: https://soundcloud.com/user-563317711/slane-be-thou-my-visionlord-of-all-hopefulness-mini-piano-arrangement
  3. There is one of my work, a special combination of classic and more elements in one song
  4. Melody creator Looking for some inspiration to create or compose your own music, songs, or melodies? Melody Creator app quickly produces random original melodies for you to use, share or get inspired. Join the thousands of users who today use Melody Creator to inspire them to create their melodies. With Melody Creator you can: 1. Generate random melodies using a full three octave span 2. Select the scale of your melody 3. Playback functionality 4. Store your own generated melodies 5. Select among 17 rhythms, silence or metronome for each playback or melody 6. Generate a similar melody based on one you created 7. Select from 3 different ranges of randomness to generate your melodies (High randomness may involve abrupt changes in melody notes) 8. Configure the complexity in the generated melody (how simple or complex is the combination of notes within a bar) 9. Configure other preferences 10. Download saved melodies in wav format 11. Change between the piano, guitar and saxophone 12. Choose between 16, 32, 64 or 128 note melodies. When you select the melody that you like for your song you can purchase it at a very low cost in melody creator credits and you can: 1. View an animation of the notes playback or music sheet 2. Edit and change the melody 3. Playback the melody at different speeds 4. Share your melody with other people (they must have Melody Creator installed) 5. Change melody settings for each melody in your list Get Melody creator here, its free
  5. So I created my own version for The Sixth Station, made by Joe Hasiashi.. I believe it sounds almost the same, and I love it 😄 Hope its worth the shot
  6. Many people have different opinions about Music and it's effect, some view music as what they use to pass time, to some it a Sound they listen to when every they are bored, some listen to music when they are sad and while to other it has become their source of income. Over the years I’ve asked myself why I love music a lot and has made it a pivotal part of my living, but I have never been able to come up with a definite reason why I can't do without it, it is not an obsession but I has become my way of life, something like a culture. I want to share my belief and what I have been able to see, hear and experience as a music lover from childhood. According to Billy Joel, he said ‘Music is an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by no matter what culture we are from, everyone loves music.” I agree with his taught but I still felt something important was left out of Billy Joel’s words, I feel music is seed of life that is being passed across from people to people depending on the state of mind or what they want to be exposed to, no matter the passage barrier. Why do I view music as a seed of life? Growing up in a community where adult view to music (non gospel) is that music are for the jobless, the rascals and people with bad backgrounds, I had no access to music mp3s and other music gadgets, I listened to music on the radio at night while everyone were fast asleep. I listened to Bonnie Tyler, Westlife and also some music programs (At night). I listened to people talk about how they have gained hope by listening to music and how it has completely changed their lives. Back then I developed this feeling that music give life to people. Then I attend church services and saw how people cried only during praise and worship. I asked myself that what immerse power was behind music that made them to cry. I felt according to the teachings that it was the Holy Spirit in them or moving amidst them that brought their great reaction, so great that it could make grown up men cry. I am not trying to claim that the belief back then was right or wrong. A few years later, I saw a video, a video of people at a live concert, crying as they listen to the song or late King of Hip Pop, Michael Jackson. Now these people cried while listening to hip pop. I discovered that they cried not because of the tune or cause they saw Michael Jackson, some fan cried even why the listened to the song on their radio, they cried because the music passed a message across to them, I view that the messaged passed was beyond lyrics, the message passed by the song was a seed of life, yielding change in emotions, belief, view and bring people to the awareness at things they have neglected. Now, looking at the power of Music, I view it as the power contained in the seed of life passed across from people to people bringing about the explosive expression and emotions. Making people cry and feel sudden emotional change are not all that their seed the life passed across by music holds , the power have been harnessed and used in the health industry. Below are the notable advantage that music brings to the health industry. Reducing pain and anxiety Reggae genius and legend, Bob Marley once sang: “ one good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain” In 2015, MNT reported on a study led by Brunel University in the UK that suggested music may reduce pain and anxiety for patients who have undergo surgery. By analyzing 72 randomized controlled trials involving more than 7,000 patients who received surgery, researchers who were played music after their procedure reported feeling less pain and anxiety than those who did not listen to music, and they were also less likely to need pain medication. According, MNT. study leads DR. Catherine Meads said “If music was a drug. It would be marketable.[ ] music is a non invasive, safe, cheap intervention that should be available to everyone undergoing surgery” Improve learning and memory Student are fund of playing music cause it helps them memorize what they are reading and can easily remember when the information they memorized is required back. Some students put the words in abbreviation in music and it helps them in studies. Some certain song have the ability to remind us of certain periods or events in our lives, some cam make us sad while some can make us happy. Help recover brain injury and treat seizures. Research is indicating that music can help aid recovery from brain injury such as that from stroke. Music does not just exhibit it power in the medical industry alone. Many people have made music a profession and are now billionaires. There are different sites such as Softreloaded, that promote music and music artist. Many other people listen to music and helps them to get music done on time, you can do house chores while listening to music. Some inventors . their ideals and scientific breakthrough to music, according to research music makes you calm and you think about issues in a more technical and deep manner, they can help you make decision base on your genuine feelings. My people find it easily to express their genuine intentions and mindset via music & couples or lovers can sit down. Listen to music and thrash out any quarrel or confit or taught that they have been bearing or nurturing in their heart as a result helping to strengthen or build good relationship. Base on research, music bloggers who post must as a source of income. It is a very common niche and when incorporated with google AdSense, the blogger can earn a lot of money. The power of music can be felt by many people all over the world, although we all have different genre and mindset toward music but it is an undeniable fact the in all our lives the effect of music is enormous and in most time are the same.
  7. My music portfolio: https://soundcloud.com/hiwes/sets/my-best-music-and-my-portfolio Twitter: HIWES433 Email: Niko433aclo@gmail.com I will make you a Theme song for your Video Game or anything else that you need music for. Be specific about what kind of style the music needs to be: Rock, Synth, Chill, happy, sad, or whatever you want it to be. The right music can make an emotional moment that much more emotional, a tense moment that much more tense.
  8. Hello everybody! As a pianist, I usually hear to performances of the piece I am preparing to have some references.Although my favourite pianist is Martha Argerich with no doubts, I try to keep open-minded to other pianists (famous or not) to have a bigger vision of the piece. Also, when I'm going to compose something, in particular, a sonata, for example, I listen to a lot of Mozart and Haydn sonatas so that I can encompass better the style. I'm curious to know if you have any musician as a reference or if you listen to several musicians when preparing a piece or when you want to compose in a particular style? Here I attach a delightful article about some of the greatest pianists and composers along with the history. I enjoyed it and found some fantastic inspirations. Hope you find it useful too! https://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/post/the-31-greatest-pianists-of-all-time
  9. This is a draft of a piece I just finished. I was inspired by looking at the stars the other night. This is why I added so many high sixteenth notes; they reminded me of twinkling stars. I also added a short variation of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star in the beginning of page 2. As for the name, it’s a reference to when you wish on a shooting star. I really need advice on how to make this better and longer in the final version. I need to lengthen it by 2 minutes and I have some ideas but I want to hear other people’s ideas. Thanks.
  10. Some info about this piece: It’s based off of the poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar titled ‘Invitation To Love’. Unfortunately because of the program I use the performers in the audio file don’t sing the lyrics (words to the poem). This is the first piece of music I’ve written for a vocalist. Typically I only do instrumentalists and I didn’t know a lot at all about vocalists when I wrote this. I am essentially teaching myself, so if anyone has advice for writing for vocalists please help me out! Hope you enjoy!
  11. Are there any techniques that are good for making a transition away from traditional notation software to more physical paper works, which is what I intended to do more of. so is there advice for being less dependent on technology and being able to write using just pen and paper. Any advice will do, thanks.
  12. Hey everyone, just thought I'd present my new album here It's a 13 track album of mostly piano solo pieces, some are accompanied by strings etc. But the focus is piano solo which is why I'm posting here. It'd mean a lot if you could give it a listen! Let me know what you think. Feathersmith. Listen to Time by Feathersmith on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/howard-fletcher-75757721/sets/time
  13. I’m working in an AP Music Theory book and have a question that someone else with a better knowledge of music theory will probably be able to answer. In my book when talking about many things they use the four voice types as examples, but I write for instruments and don’t know which instrument would go with which voice type. Like if I’m writing for flute, clarinet, trumpet, and alto saxophone (this is just a random example), how would I know which instrument would go with which voice type and get the melody? I thought that maybe it was the instrument’s range but I’m not sure. Thanks
  14. Hello to everyone, this is one of my latest 2020 piano compositions. It is a piano sonata in Am, the first movement. I hope you enjoy my composition and if you want to ask for anything or say your impressions just leave a comment! Thank you very much! 🙂 ^_^
  15. Hi everyone! This is going to be my first post on this site, and I would love to hear what people think of this piece. I wrote it between mid-March to mid-April, and it has formed into one of my favorite pieces. It is only one movement, which is why the official title is not going to be "Sonata." Yes, it is in sonata form, but I do not want to write any extra movements.Score.pdf On a side note, I genuinely have no idea how to engrave the score to look nicer. Any tips would be appreciated!
  16. Academic Music A server for analyzing and sharing compositions of others or your own, discussing music theory or instrument/voice technique, and asking questions about classical music. We provide a hub of ideas and discussion with the hopes of providing sophisticated feedback to make skillful and confident musicians. Please share this server to any fellow musicians you know! Features -A community of over 1400 musically inclined people and professional musicians -Free classroom-style lectures on topics in music theory -Channels for each instrument category, and vocalists -Channels for posting your or others' pieces for analysis and feedback -Active music theory education and experimentation -Discussion about the history and cultural context of classical music from the Middle Ages to now https://discord.gg/sjpwcjv
  17. My thoughts on being at different levels of music: https://youtu.be/SEsfHJefo8g
  18. Hello everyone ! I just wanted to rewrite and reorchestrate by ear this beautiful song from the game Death Stranding, composed by Ludvig Forssell. Let me know what you think about the arrangement, the mix or whatever you want ! Thanks for listenning 🙂
  19. Ninth Plant New Music is excited to announce the 35th annual Suzanne and Lee Ettelson Composer’s Award. An award of $1,000 will be given for a new chamber work. The winning work will be performed in the San Francisco Bay Area during Ninth Planet's 2020-21 concert season. Works not awarded prizes will also be considered for programming. This award is excellent for young and emerging composers! Past winners have included now prolific composers such as Mason Bates, Jennifer Higdon, and David Lang. For details and to enter, please visit our website: http://www.ninthplanetmusic.org/ettelson.html Entries may be scored for one to five performers plus conductor. Performers shall be drawn from the core instrumentation of the ensemble Ninth Planet (one player each): flute/piccolo/alto flute clarinet/bass clarinet trombone electric guitar piano violin cello double bass Scoring may include one or two instruments not listed above, including voice(s) and electronics, but must include at least one member of the core instrumentation. There is no limit to piece length. Entry deadline is Jan. 19, 2020.
  20. Hey guys these are my opinions on losing the passion to make music:
  21. Hey check out this video I made on music marketing dynamics lots of interesting content:
  22. Do you like this track , and why? https://100audio.com/en/download/1149181/
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