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Does this work as a solo?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Fisher on Monday. 6 Replies

Hey guys,I'm trying to get a working repertoire of solo work for the practical purpose of being able to perform more easily. So far I've been rearranging some of my stuff but this is the first time I…Continue

Genesis

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Fisher Apr 27. 3 Replies

Hey all,This is my latest foray into the depths of Spectrasonics Omnisphere. I spent a lot of time building custom synths for this song and recently got Keyscapes which I was eager to write with.…Continue

Fjall - Music Video

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Fisher Mar 18. 7 Replies

Hey all. I had a lot of fun filming this video for my song Fjall and thought I would share it for your critique. Hope you enjoy! …Continue

Umbra

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith J Hampton Feb 11. 1 Reply

Hello everyone,Wanted to share my most recent track and final piece of my album. With this I was going for a strong but intimate atmospheric feel. Hopefully I pulled it off. I had a surprisingly…Continue

 

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Robert Fisher replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Does this work as a solo?
"Hey guys I really appreciate all the feedback and ideas. I've made some fairly minor (aka big) changes to keep as a solo version and I'm taking the full version and going in a completely different direction. Thanks again. "
Monday
John Driscoll replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Does this work as a solo?
"I think this works fine as a solo piano piece, but I would say that, even within your somewhat minimalistic aesthetic, there might be an opportunity for a bit more harmonic modulation.  In particular, at 2:09 you seem to come a rather final…"
Jun 14
Bob Morabito replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Does this work as a solo?
"Im really honestly very confused..its almost as if this review below from another poster is based on a different piece than I listened to: You begin with a chord pattern which lasts almost 2:30 min. It is proper to introduce a piece with chords that…"
Jun 14
Lawrence Aurich replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Does this work as a solo?
"Robert,      You begin with a chord pattern which lasts almost 2:30 min.   It is proper to introduce a piece with chords that may last up to four measures but after that something has to happen, i.e. melody.  I…"
Jun 14
Bob Morabito replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Does this work as a solo?
"For me it most definitely works as a solo..a very beautiful, reflective solo that is very touching, and builds up really nicely indeed. I enjoyed this very much--thanks so much for posting! Thanks Bob https://soundcloud.com/bob-morabito"
Jun 13
Gav Brown replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Does this work as a solo?
"Hi Robert, I don't quite get what you mean! This sounds of a piece to me with other things you have written, all of which I would consider to be solo works. Are you indicating that you are trying to get a "set" together - enough…"
Jun 11
Robert Fisher posted a discussion

Does this work as a solo?

Hey guys,I'm trying to get a working repertoire of solo work for the practical purpose of being able to perform more easily. So far I've been rearranging some of my stuff but this is the first time I wrote it solo from the get go. Stylistically, I often create interest (I hope) through subtlety and layered instrumentation so I feel a bit out of my element in the solo realm. Thoughts? …See More
Jun 11
Robert Fisher replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Genesis
"I've reworked the string intro to this a couple of times and think I'm finally ok with it. I've also considered ditching it entirely. If anyone has any specific feedback there that'd be awesome. "
Apr 27
Robert Fisher replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Genesis
"Thanks a lot Timo!"
Apr 25
Timo Schuemer replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Genesis
"Wow this is deep and pensive... especially the quieter parts... time stands still. I absolutely dig this. Wonderful work."
Apr 24
Robert Fisher posted a discussion

Genesis

Hey all,This is my latest foray into the depths of Spectrasonics Omnisphere. I spent a lot of time building custom synths for this song and recently got Keyscapes which I was eager to write with. Hope you enjoy!Genesis-RobertSee More
Apr 23
Robert Fisher replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Fjall - Music Video
"Lawrence - This was at the top of an extremely popular hiking trail outside Seattle, WA called Rattlesnake Ledge. Marco - Thank you! I see what you're saying regarding reverb. The video was color graded but I'm genuinely curious what you…"
Mar 18
Marco Di Stefano replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Fjall - Music Video
"Very nice work Robert, I enjoyed the video and music. Since I am a perfectionist let me add a few things I would have added on the production, not on the composition which I find very pleasant. The sound of the piano sounds too close to me, which is…"
Mar 14
Lawrence Aurich replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Fjall - Music Video
"What mountains are you surrounded by?   Finger syncing, must be a new recording term.  It is excusable since the peaks are covered with snow, so playing piano in near freezing temps can't be that easy.  I liked the piece and…"
Mar 14
Robert Fisher replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Fjall - Music Video
"Kjell, thank you! The audio recording was already done so I was playing along much as would happen in a typical music video. The pianist version of lip syncing basically.  John - thank you for the feedback. I had considered doing what you…"
Mar 13
John Driscoll replied to Robert Fisher's discussion Fjall - Music Video
"This is a cool video and I like the piece.  One suggestion would be to add some ambient nature/outdoor sound effects, at least at the beginning of the video, to set the audience in the location before you start playing.  The visuals are…"
Mar 13

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Minimalism
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Seattle, WA
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 been in love with music my whole life and have been a pianist and composer for the better half of it. I gave up composing for a few years and felt a massive hole but now I'm back and ready to grow.

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