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David Bruce

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gav Brown Feb 25. 1 Reply

David Bruce is an British composer of contemporary classical music.  He is an alumnus of the Royal College of Music and he has had many commissions and public performances of his contemporary…Continue

Chamber group final movement

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Nov 13, 2020. 8 Replies

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Chamber group No. 2

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ingo Lee Oct 14, 2020. 12 Replies

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String Quartet

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gav Brown Jul 28, 2020. 24 Replies

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Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"So Jos if I understand correctly, you have a separate track on your DAW, (Reaper in my case) for each instrument or ensemble patch; and so each track has an instance of the VSL player with settings for that patch.  And then do you also have an…"
20 hours ago
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"I misspoke about my use of reverb Jos, currently I'm using only the EW Spaces IR plugin on the master buss in Reaper. I don't care for reverb and I try and use it sparingly but many listeners seem to expect a large amount of it. I suppose…"
21 hours ago
Ingo Lee replied to Xiang Li's discussion Is piano solo song necessary to have master/mix evolved
"Hi Xiang - These are audio engineer questions and we are composers here but we can try and answer. I know others here are more knowledgeable than me so I will defer to their answers. First off you should post your piece here, every listener has a…"
yesterday
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"Thank you Jos for your discussion here, it helps me to understand the use of samples. I will have to spend more time to understand what is available from VSL and the use of samples in general. To this point I have used keyswitches to access…"
yesterday
Ingo Lee replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Stabat Mater
"This is a very impressive extended work Ali, well conceived, developed and executed.  It is somber and trying to listen to at times which is exactly as it should be with the subject matter you are addressing. The loss of a child is probably the…"
Thursday
Ingo Lee replied to The Double E's discussion Soccer Mom
"Fascinating and creative work here Double E.  As Dane says the music is somewhat predictable except for the ending which I thought was the best part, like to hear that developed and extended! The video is quite well done with a neat mixture of…"
Thursday
Ingo Lee replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Orchestral piece with winter memories
"Excellent work here Kjell, your development, orchestration and counterpoint here are very well done. I was wondering, this piece comes across as being both planned and spontaneous at the same time which is hard to do, can you explain your approach…"
Thursday
Ingo Lee replied to Jos Wylin's discussion Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello, part II: Chasing Dorian Grey
"This is a beautiful traditional sounding short piece Jos and very enjoyable to listen to. Your trio sound is well arranged and your handling of the instruments is realistic to the point I wouldn't question it if you said that this was a live…"
Thursday
Ingo Lee replied to Sean Pollaro's discussion My first orchestral piece
"It's definitely old school. You mentioned Miles Davis, here he is (pre electric) with a Gil Evans orchestra piece."
Feb 27
Ingo Lee replied to Sean Pollaro's discussion My first orchestral piece
"The genre I'm thinking of is not the pop music of the sixties like on the film 'Easy Rider' but the cool stuff of Lalo Schifrin and Gil Evans. And Miles Davis fits right in there."
Feb 26
Ingo Lee commented on Suzanne Munro's video
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Snowfall for harp

"Very nice Suzzane, I like it.  I'm no harpist but it sounds playable and certainly is suitable for harp. You are fortunate to know a harpist, there are some online resources also I guess. Good work!"
Feb 26
Ingo Lee replied to Sean Pollaro's discussion My first orchestral piece
"For a first effort, or any effort for that matter, this is great Sean. Good ideas and orchestration, well produced.  It reminds me of the '60's sound tracks for caper films which is a genre I've always liked.  Composers then…"
Feb 26
Gav Brown replied to Ingo Lee's discussion David Bruce
"Thanks Ingo! He is an excellent poster and I encourage everyone to follow him on YT - Gav"
Feb 25
Ingo Lee posted a discussion

David Bruce

David Bruce is an British composer of contemporary classical music.  He is an alumnus of the Royal College of Music and he has had many commissions and public performances of his contemporary classical pieces. He is probably best known for his You Tube videos where he presents a range of subjects of interest to composers. Here are two videos where he discusses how to get work as a composer and how his most successful work "Gumboots" became popular.See More
Feb 25
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Waltz - 1'50"
"Had to come back for another listen! Flamenco uses phrygian mode, a little mid eastern vibe with some 1/4 tones here and there too, not much for waltzes though. You're on beyond phrygian here though I think. Everybody talks about work flow,…"
Feb 23
Ingo Lee replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Waltz - 1'50"
"Diatonic but what is that C# phrygian, ending on C# major?  I really didn't mind the Italian, this side of the pond needs to broaden our horizons.  Very nice though Dane, I could waltz to that, although I'm entirely lacking any…"
Feb 19

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Web, Small Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
I like them all
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Southern California
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've played various styles of music semi-professionally off and on for many years, and written both instrumental and vocal material during most of that time.

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At 1:54am on May 19, 2018, Timo Schuemer said…

Hi Ingo, thank you so much, very kind and encouraging! Regards from Germany!

At 8:01am on October 23, 2016, Bob Morabito said…

No problem Ingo--so nice hearing from you:)

Bob

At 2:43am on June 18, 2016, Amirul Hisham Othman said…

Hello there, welcome to composersforum :] if you're looking for some of my works, you can check them out on my profile page, I did upload couple of new stuffs on video/playlist~ Looking for yours too, please share if you do :p

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