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  1. Hi all, I already mentioned in this post I would share the score of my latest music track. I wrote it all first in StaffPad and then rebuild it again on my computer with my favourite libraries. Love to receive some feedback. I really tried to pay attention to harmony, counterpoint and using the right registers for the instruments. Download score: https://bit.ly/3ka0ZLu
  2. Hey Guys! I'm new here and I'm glad I found this forum. Can't wait to share opinions on composing. I recently took part in the Spitfire Audio | Westworld Composition Competition, where it was needed to create a score for a car chase sequence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKu0-OV1CkQ I am deeply influenced by John Williams ( as a modern film composer), Prokofiev, Stravinsky and Debussy ( as the oldest ones 😉) Did some of you participated as well?
  3. I'd sincerely appreciate if you I could get critical feedback on my latest work. I scored music for this animated Transformers fan film. Everything is MIDI, nothing was recorded live because I was working for free and had no budget. Please be critical and objective, once again I'd really appreciate to understand where I stand currently. Full Score: https://soundcloud.com/rajarajan_official/sets/cybertron-falls-full-score Full Movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmMKeyCd3As
  4. A two minute score for chamber, written to accompany underwater and coastal footage. Hope you like it! These are fun to put together 🙂 Would welcome any and all feedback!
  5. Hello everyone. I tried Scanscore that is a paid software for windows 10 and it allows you to scan any sheet music and make changes on it. It is only available for Windows for now. It has a very simple interface that you can easily use. First of all, there are three options for scanning. The first option is the scanner option. This option is the most accurate one for the detailed view of the score, however, it is the most impractical one since we are all using our smartphones instead of a scanner. The second option is importing image or PDF files. For the musicians who mostly use IMSLP
  6. Hi, I've been working on a piece that would theoretically be used at a Visitor Attraction, playing in the background on a continuous loop. I've gone with a sort of tropical / adventure feel that you might see at many family oriented attractions. I'm assuming not many of you have delved into visitor attraction music before, as it is quite niche, so for those who don't know a typically good piece of area music is normally about 30 minutes long, will be able to take place in the background without distracting the listener from what ever it is they're doing, and create a constant atmosphere t
  7. Hey guys, sorry for not posting recently. I've just moved to start going to school for organ performance, but I've been getting back into composing over the past weeks. Here's a project I've started and finished during that time.
  8. Hi there, for a long time I wanted to write something like this: a flamboyant "final fight" track with broad, heroic themes swirling above driving ostinati. http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=674265&songID=13676086 Originally this piece belongs to the score I wrote for a student film project realised many many years ago. The music was produced via a MIDI-based digital sequencer and of course orchestral sample libraries. Unfortunately, the London Symphony Orchestra was just too busy at the moment for a recording session. :P While the last bars in as
  9. Greetings again my composer friends! Here is one of my more complex pieces that I've written. Undertaking a big orchestral score is quite the challenge, so I'm wondering if anyone has any advice on improving songs like these. Enjoy! Chronicles of My Past
  10. I would really appreciate it, if I could get some critical feedback on this composition of mine as I want to submit it for higher music college studies. That being said, do you think this can be submitted as sample work in the first place? Everything was played and programmed by myself and no loops were used. Would definitely like some feedback on the tune, harmony, and mix etc. of this soundtrack, it would do me a big help. Thank you so much for your time, again, I really appreciate it!
  11. I've had this melody lying around for a while. It reminded me so strongly of John J Powell's score for "How to train your dragon", so I went for a similiar style overall. Not quite sure about the Countermelody in the last 4 Bars, half of me likes the vibe, half of me hates it. Btw, don't mind the name of the mp3, it's an inside-joke in my Family ^^ Ohnezahn4Life .mp3 I've forgotten to post on here for a while, so if you wanna listen to more, check out my instagram (I upload all the scores on there, sry for the little ad :p ). https://www.instagram.com/music.by.leander/?h
  12. So, school ended early today and for an unkwon reason I was like "Well, let's write a score with just one chord". Don't ask me why, I don't know either... I tried to keep some stuff (i.e. the choir) very simple because this probably is the biggest arrangement I've done yet. I innitially composed what is now the outro to this pic but got off topic as time passed: https://www.pinterest.de/pin/372602569156669637/ Btw, I watched POTC 1-4 lately so you might here some of that in there; enjoy :)
  13. EDIT: I had to post a link to the pic because the mp3 player doesn't work whenever there is a pic in the post Hey, I tried to write a score to a picture that I found online. I imagined this as kind of and Outro to a TV show. As the music get's more action the protagonist climbs onto his airship (is that what it's called) and turns it on to leave. For the Outro imagine him vanishing in the Clouds and when he's gone the celesta sets in and maybe there is something like a little spoiler to the next episode. Composed by using the Kontakt Factory Library https://www.pinterest.
  14. Hello , Please your feedback. I hope you like it. Thanks!
  15. Vocabulary Colla parte: To follow the tempo and phrasing of the soloist. Solo ad lib.: To play freely in tempo and phrasing. Harmony The Bassoons solo suggests that the key of the piece is in C major. Then the French Horn comes in with a C# with is the major 3rd of the first note of the bassoons second measure, but a minor 2nd on the second note when the bassoon returns to C. This would then imply that we are not in C major rather we are in a freely tonal piece since from here on out there will be an excessive use of polytonality. You could say that Stravinsky's remark
  16. HI everyone! I have taken the attempt of making an original soundtrack for the Silmarillion, a book by J.R.R Tolkien. Note, I don't own any rights to the J.R.R Tolkien company and in no ways I am related or associated with the films address either. This is merely for fun and for hype. Thanks!
  17. Hi, I'm new at this forum and at writing music. Had a go on a orchestral piece about pirates. Please feel free to listen and criticize. Any input is very valuable :) Cheers!
  18. This is just an evolving theme I can't seem to get right, especially towards the end where the timpani comes in. I have just been fooling around with this for a while now and I'm lost haha it's a shame because I was really happy with the rest of it, although I would really like to replace the percussion with more classical style percussion as opposed to the hip hop kick high hat and snare already written.
  19. Re-uploading this from the archives if it's alright. I have a real recording, and a Sibelius Essentials recording of the piece. The real recording was recorded at my senior recital and there are some technical flaws, but it is still a performance I will never forget. This piece is for Choir and String Orchestra... I put that in the title because, it is more than simply a choir piece with string accompaniment, the choir and the strings are equally important and complement each other. The piece is a religious work, but stylistically it takes a lot of film music influences. The piece i
  20. I made an alternate version of the score for the Fallout 4 trailer. It is not a replacement for the Fallout theme. It was really just more of a practice for the real thing. My dream is to be a video game composer. So it was a good practice of writing to video. I know the timing is a little off. (My DAW messed up the rendering process and made the timing slighty off) And a warning: Parts of the video are quite loud. Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjgkaTDIltY Also don't mind the slight pops and clicks..... My pc was overloading.. I need a better soundcard :(
  21. I've been working on this album for 2 days now. It was a mixed album (ambient, metal and Gothic horror) This album was inspired by Akira Yamaoka, a composer for the Silent Hills series. https://hanszimmerman.bandcamp.com/album/ghost-town Can you point out it's flaws and provide helpful criticism?
  22. So, I got to publish some of my works here. There are still much more yet to be published, and there's also a possibility that the local music university publish it. Anyway, they are available here: 1) Sonatinas (three sonatines for solo piano) - http://www.perse.com.br/novoprojetoperse/WF2_BookDetails.aspx?filesFolder=N1400549306061 2) Prelúdio e Fugas & Tocata-fantasia (preludes and fugues, toccata-fantasy for solo piano) - http://www.perse.com.br/novoprojetoperse/WF2_BookDetails.aspx?filesFolder=N1400550043092 3) Álbum para oboé (album for the oboe: 6 solos, 2 duets and 1 t
  23. I wonder how much it will cost to someone to digitalize a music score which is handwritten by the composer and to get it on some notation software like Sibelius. I think the price will depend on the pages. Let's say in my case it's a score of 250 pages. Also its a vocal score (SATB and Piano) 1st question: What other parameters should I consider on the price? Like the how many notes per page maybe? or something else? 2nd question: What's the fastest way to make the score (i mean except using only your mouse) 3rd question: Do you know any other notation software better than SIbelius to d
  24. Hi, I'm Cyrup! Without beating around the.... excuse horrible pun - pixelated bush; I'm the director of a new Machinima series in development, called Legend of the Obsidian Keys (LOK). My crew of 7 and I have basically completely finished filming and creating the first episode... everything except the music/scoring. Unfortunately, we don't have (and can't find) anyone to actually SCORE and create music for the first episode. Bespoke music is the driving force for this creation, as without it the episode would be below average. We need an original soundtrack that will help bring thi
  25. Hi, I just started my first solo violin composition and i have 2 question about the score right now. i showed them in this picture : Does my explanation of how to play like crescendo from "ON-THE BRIDGE" to "BEHIND THE BRIDGE" right ? should i write "Similare" for the same bowing after the 2rd measure ? Thanks and excuse me for my low English
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