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Greg Brus's Discussions

A little piece of HELL! (orchestra & things)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Sep 23, 2016. 5 Replies

Hi there,This little doodle was supposed to be a part of a larger whole, then it was supposed to be left alone until Halloween for the sake of relevance, or possibly the annual VA contest... then I…Continue

Working title: Plains 01

Started this discussion. Last reply by H. S. Teoh Jun 20, 2016. 5 Replies

Hello,here's a thing I've been doodling with in the past few days. The primary goal with this piece was to create something that's very, very slow, and doesn't involve cheating (making the background…Continue

Just a fugue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Porter Jun 22, 2015. 7 Replies

We have a counterpoint class this year where we are supposed to write lots of fugues. A few turned out pretty well so I thought I might as well share here.Score included.Continue

A Short Tale of Chivalry (Symphonic Suite) - score + mockup

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Marko Aug 14, 2014. 10 Replies

Hey there. Recently I've been working on a somewhat easily accessible video game-ish / film music suite for orchestra, to be performed by a local youth orchestra at a concert in late September. If we…Continue

 

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Greg Brus replied to Wayne Joseph Kington's discussion The Changes...
"I suppose you can always try a high pass at 20 Hz and see if it makes the earbuds behave. Shouldn't alter the sound, since you're playing within hearing range :)"
Aug 7
Greg Brus replied to Wayne Joseph Kington's discussion The Changes...
"How high do you peak? Also are the spots where cracking happens consistent? Can you point out some of them? (I assume they carry over to the YouTube upload)"
Aug 5
Greg Brus replied to Ray's discussion The search for a better sounding Virtual Instrument (the basics)
"In live music you "hear" the noise of a single room. In sampled music you get noise from every single track, and it piles up to incredible levels. Rest assured, letting the noise stay untouched in low range instruments while removing it…"
Jul 27
Greg Brus replied to Bob Porter's discussion Poor, lowly notation
"You guys really need to learn how to edit quotations."
Jul 25
Greg Brus replied to Mike Hewer's discussion Orchestral work Competition.
"Am I eligible if I do mockups with samples from 10 years ago (because my laptop can't handle anything bigger)?"
Jul 21
Greg Brus replied to Nicole's discussion My Orchestral Piece, Fantasy
"It's not watermarked so one can just rip it, there are countless ways of doing it. Of course it may be implied that the bought version is higher quality than the SoundCloud upload, but you don't say that anywhere. Nothing to discourage…"
Jun 16
Greg Brus replied to Dave Dexter's discussion My recent recordings with the Brandenburg State Orchestra
"I find it interesting that the cymbal works well for me in Revenge Strategies but sounds silly in Valency. As if lacking some minor amount of glue instantly makes it stand out as completely out of place. Even though the writing for it is in a very…"
Jun 5
Greg Brus replied to Rodney Carlyle Money's discussion Bach
"Why do you guys attempt time and again to have meaningful discussion with a deliberate troll?"
May 14
Greg Brus replied to Bob Porter's discussion Egad!
"Not nearly enough meter changes."
May 3
Greg Brus replied to Gav Brown's discussion Emotions Contest, Vote Here!
"The fun categories part is messed up. You can vote for several compositions in a single category, but you can't vote for a single composition in several categories."
Apr 29
Greg Brus replied to Carl Lingard's discussion Three original compositions
"Can't be bothered to read all this, but do I need to torch some people?"
Apr 27
Greg Brus replied to Dave Dexter's discussion Orchestral session score II - any feedback appreciated
"Heh, this can be explained from several angles and it always involves a bit of handwaving. Welcome to theory. Anyway, explanation #1: since this is tonal, the most, let's say, natural way of deciding enharmonic spelling is making sure the notes…"
Mar 21
Greg Brus replied to Dave Dexter's discussion Orchestral session score II - any feedback appreciated
"That Ab should probably be a G#. Just about everywhere. I'm not sure how annoying this can be for the players, but it will read more fluidly after the fix IMO, and since time is money..."
Mar 21
Greg Brus replied to Dave Dexter's discussion Viola and cello double stop/divisi questions
"@earlier Triple stops actually exist if you play sul tasto (on violin at least). But they require a lot of pressure on the middle string and generally don't sound very good."
Mar 15
Greg Brus replied to Ray's discussion Are there any folks interested in discussing with examples Midi Controller use with samples?
"Ooh, this would be something. What is a dancing articulation though?"
Feb 19
Greg Brus replied to Marijn Hartkamp's discussion Please give suggestions for this symphony.
"I wake up later than you, Ray :("
Feb 14

Profile Information

What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Multimedia, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
latin jazz, some movie scores, spectral music
Is music your main income source?
Yes!
Where do you live?
Poland
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
Currently: figuring things out.
Website:
https://soundcloud.com/greg-brus/

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At 3:58am on August 19, 2014, SEDstar said…

If march of the damned was leading into another piece? I find myself wondering... How powerful and explosive would THAT piece be, if this is the intro? Sort of thing that makes you shiver, wondering.

At 3:55am on August 19, 2014, SEDstar said…

Hi Mr Bros...

I never forgot your advice, for me to try 5/4 time for something different? I am not here much, but, when I popped in just now... I HAD to listen to a piece of yours... After all, this is the guy that I remembered "sounded like Holst" after all..

March of the damned...I REALLY LIKed it. it has a number of "things" I like in music. Heavy sound, ominous. I liked the "tension" around 1:10 or 1:20 or so... Overall, it gives you the sense of something big and heavy, rolling, and it can't be stopped.

Cheers.

At 1:18am on January 8, 2014, Lassi Tani said…

I'm listening to your music again and again. It's really great!

At 4:41pm on November 19, 2013, Zak Rahman said…

I really like your work. A lot of people have commented on it, but "The Merchant's Refuge" in particular is superb.

At 11:40pm on August 3, 2013, Jason N. said…

hey Greg...Trololol

At 7:45am on July 15, 2013, Tim Marko said…

Ii just listened to your "Merchants Refuge".  I really like the percussion ostinato you have.  It set a great mood for the entire piece.  The whole piece was very well done!

At 3:35pm on October 12, 2010, SEDstar said…
I owe you a deep debt of gratitude, Mr. Brus...

you seemingly simple suggestion to try writing a piece in 5/4 time? Well, thanks. It allowed me to get lucky and make the first "big" piece i ever made in my life. Thank you so much... what was that other time signature you reccomended? 7/8 ? next time around I'll play with that one... THANKS!

MAN, whatever it is these polish music schools are doing, they need to show the rest of the world how they run their schools... you are amazing...
At 10:05am on October 12, 2010, SEDstar said…
Wow... is that you playing the piano? Its *really good*. If you programmed it, I'm just as amazed... it sounds beautiful.

Your first composition, sounde impressive to me... i think this is you playing the piano, and its impressive... I can only think its a combination of talent, long work, education...

... and if you ever compose big film scores here in the states? I dont want any money... but I would rather enjoy being allowed to sip an apple martini at the poolside, everyone wondering why I'm there, lol...

I'm impressed.
At 1:25am on October 5, 2010, SEDstar said…
Hello,Mr. Brus... or, as I think of you "Holst Jr", heh heh

If you click around on "My page" or the quick-add menu stuff... you can add some of your own tracks to your MyPage here. That way when someone comes here after clicking on your picture, they can hear a few pieces your working on... typically, they will leave you a line or two worth of comment...

Your composition was a joy to listen to, very thrilling.
At 8:05am on September 30, 2010, Tyler Hughes said…
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