What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Donora, PA, USA
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
I really don't know what to say about myself, quite actually. I am known in some circles as KB3OYZ...
PS - I swear upon my immortal soul that I am a human composer, and not the *gasp* dreaded spam-bot...
My text box...
I wonder how many characters i can store here? hey, this is kinda cool... why dont my other websites have cool stuff like this? On second thought, i better not put anything in here, this is too easy a way to get thrown out of here....
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Yeah- 6v10. If you go back and choose the best sections and create a coherent whole out of those part, you'll have something delicious, especially with your great use of counterpoint. Thanks!- Solstice worked out well and I hope to do more of the same or better, in the near future.
"I think I know what you're struggling with. You just have a hard time constructing chord progressions. Though if you already know how to do this then I will just look like a total moron for writing this post and you're probably just going…"
Pick 4 chords. Maybe C,Am,F,G,C. Write them out in whole notes in four parts on staff paper. Or notation software. Change the top line to half notes and form sort of a melody. Do the same with the bass, using passing tones. Passing…"
"By rhythmic development I mean that you can have rhythmic motifs just as you can have melodic motifs.
If your goal is to write a tonal piece that takes us on a satisfactory journey through the circle of fifths, I'm not sure you have…"
"I actually rather like it...
I think it could be orchestrated and tamed down a bit and make a relatively entertaining piece. Perhaps even break it into smaller parts and have a piano ensemble play it. It'd be tough, but probably…"
"Yeah- 6v10. If you go back and choose the best sections and create a coherent whole out of those part, you'll have something delicious, especially with your great use of counterpoint. Thanks!- Solstice worked out well and I hope to do more of…"
"Thanks for you kind words!
Yeah, it's me playing the piano, it's a digital one, and honestly I don't like how it sounds - kinda feels natural only when played fortissimo, meh.
This isn't my first piano composition, however…"
"Beethoven can be a god just like Stravinsky, they were just in different ways, with different tools, for different socio-economic times. Personally I take Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov, Schoenberg, Khachaturian (a distant relative of mine!),…"
"its good, and obviously still in progress.
What I think you should focus on is inner parts now, its very hallow. right now need some more "meat" in the middle.
Of course the transitions need work but you will get to that soon.
"These composers and all other composers from back then were able write the music they did with such complexity mainly due to their knowledge of the instruments, functional harmony, and their ability as musicians themselves. Most of the composers…"