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Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alfred La Fleur Oct 13. 12 Replies

Hi, I haven't been posting for a while. Today I finished up this 12 seconds piece, which is meant to work as a logo for some hypothetical asian movie company, so no big american companies.It's very…Continue

Need help with modern and simple piano score analysis

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Porter Feb 1, 2017. 3 Replies

Hi everyone,I have been studying jazz harmony but I usually have some problems in understanding how certain rules are applied in compositions. For example, I have written down a lot of common chord…Continue

Questions about embellishments and chords in a contemporary score

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee May 21, 2016. 11 Replies

Hi, after attending a class in modern harmony during this last months, I have some questions about the embellishments and chords used in a contemporary composition in A dorian, which is a little bit…Continue

How to classify an A/D chord?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alfred La Fleur Mar 27, 2016. 11 Replies

Hi, I would like to ask you how to classify an A/D chord, which is D, A and C# on the score.I know that it is a so called slash chord, but I am trying to analyse it from a harmony point of view.Is it…Continue

 

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Alfred La Fleur replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"No worries, thanks for your suggestion."
Oct 13
Dane Aubrun replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Hi, Alfred, If I might be honest, while the clip of music is nice enough I think it's too long to signal a logo.  To me, the "Intel" chime was about right but that's very short - 4 notes. Cheers."
Oct 12
Alfred La Fleur replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Hi Peter, ok, thanks for listening and sharing your point of view on this."
Oct 10
Peter P. Marques replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"I think the original one sounds best. MOre of a suspension jazz cadence cliche felling. ANd that is a good thing."
Oct 10
Alfred La Fleur replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"I see what you mean, you wanted to hear the intervals between notes reducing at the very end, and get to some kind of "safe spot". I think is a matter of personal style, this one was inspired to some early 90s logos, this is the…"
Oct 10
Alfred La Fleur replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Lol, I guess it is a good thing, after all. Thanks."
Oct 10
8Rivers replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"I liked it, it happens that I'm tasked with composing a logo art music myself but the deadline isn't pressing so I liked listening to your piece to add to my mind's encyclopedia. it's real good but if I were you I would terminate…"
Oct 10
Peter P. Marques replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Windows feels"
Oct 9
Alfred La Fleur replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Ok, I will next time. I thought this one was short enough."
Oct 9
Gav Brown replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Please also submit mp3s rather than WAVs as mp3 is the closest thing to a universal standard and is mobile-friendly - Best to you -"
Oct 9
Alfred La Fleur replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Hi Gav, thanks for listening. I like how the F# sounds when replacing the D on the very last note, it's somehow very professional. E sounds better too, but F# is spot on, well done. The only issue I have with this is that I cannot justify your…"
Oct 9
Gav Brown replied to Alfred La Fleur's discussion Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
"Hi Alfred, this seems ok to me, except the last note in the upper register. It sounds odd and off key, suggest F-sharp might have been a stronger choice. It's rather long for a logo (for example a TV commercial tagline), suggest that you only…"
Oct 9
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Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)

Hi, I haven't been posting for a while. Today I finished up this 12 seconds piece, which is meant to work as a logo for some hypothetical asian movie company, so no big american companies.It's very short and I'm aware it's actually quite simple.My task was experimenting with some new compositional techniques I learned and to catch the listener's attention for that brief moment.I would like to hear about your opinion, if that works already, or if I could insert something else to increase the…See More
Oct 9

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
OST (video-games and cinema), 80s music
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Italy
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
I am a self-taught (wannabe) composer: usually improvise and record the piano but in the last period I am composing using many instruments.

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At 8:12pm on September 1, 2014, Gav Brown said…

Welcome Alfred, hope you enjoy the forum!

 
 
 

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