I've been reading through some older posts before saying anything and from what I've found I think I'm going to be very happy here!I'm privileged to have had a successful career in what might still…Continue
"A problem I'm becoming familiar with myself so I feel for you. Monitoring speakers is what you need and certainly not headphones! Monitors colour the sound minimally or not at all and therefore allow you to mix the sound without being…"
"Cooperation is always good Graeme but with the exception of some reverb, I don't hear a lot of difference between your sample quality and Elias'! Elias, I would recommend adding some subtle hall reverb to start with as almost all live…"
"H. S., this is a beautiful piece! Moving from power to delicacy with the greatest of ease and wonderful themes. Some stretches that began to lose my attention though it must be said. I see Mike Hewer is no longer on this forum but used to be? Based…"
"I know I'm getting on a bit but have even more posts have disappeared. I'm not just going senile am I?! I'd hoped to catch up on the discussion.Your insights are most valuable Bob - I am still puttering away on my own meagre efforts…"
"After Bob Morabito very kindly posted his Epic Music guide I grew fascinated and started absorbing as much of this genre - new to me! - as I could. Based on this and my own knowledge I would suggest your music simply sounds too much like other…"
What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Multimedia, Choir, Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
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I am a choral and sacred composer with four decades of experience, now beginning to move away from the rigorous strictures surrounding such work into a more harmonically unbound future. I'm hoping to meet fellow practitioners and get some meat on the skeleton of my output! Talk to you soon, Charles
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