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 be more than 10 words to be approved):
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…"