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Celtic Fantasy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Saul Gefen Apr 29. 12 Replies

 I have decided to make a collage of "Celtic Inspired" music again. Not strictly ancient celt music. The music borrows a and b part melody but adds counterpoint. I plan to make many more tunes along…Continue

IK Multimedia Total Studio MAX

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy Smith Apr 27. 1 Reply

This program is temporarily on sale for 75% off the normal price through April 30th.…Continue

The Visitor

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy Smith Apr 25. 7 Replies

Original composition. Players at the front are cello, violin and flute. I wanted to make music that pointed to some kind of pleasant fantasy. Comments welcome.Continue

Ashokan Farewell

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jos Wylin Apr 14. 6 Replies

 I don't know what to say about this. It's what happens when I'm in the house because of the COVID-19 virus and need something to pass the time.My violin practice turned into a mini movie about the…Continue

 

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Timothy Smith replied to Gav Brown's discussion Selling your music online survey
"My online commercial pursuits are not many. This is mainly because this is a hobby for me and I haven't seriously attempted much for commercial purposes. I made a CD which was posted to Amazon that CD is still for sale HERE . I have it on…"
May 20
Timothy Smith replied to Fabio Biolcati's discussion Exponential Audio Phoenix Verb on Sale
"Congrats on the reverb. A little late I know since it is now May 19.  This is a great reverb!"
May 19
Timothy Smith replied to Gilles C.'s discussion La voie indocile
"I was touched by the  melody here which was engaging to me. I enjoyed this!"
May 4
Timothy Smith replied to Michael Bates's discussion Emotude III - for Piano & Orchestra
" This is quite and extensive work at 21 minutes long. Must have taken a considerable amount of time and work.I enjoyed listening to portions of it here and there. Will attempt to hear it all later on.I apologize, I just don't have that…"
May 4
Timothy Smith replied to Saul Gefen's discussion Two Works for Solo Piano - Scores Included
"Saul, I think you shine as a composer pianist. This work reflects that well. Nice!"
May 4
Timothy Smith replied to Kjell Prytz's discussion Intense classical orchestral
"This comes off a bit strong in the beginning. I imagined a theatrical dance team all fitted in their garb surprising the audience all at at once.  The curtains raise. The lights suddenly come on. The audience is hit with a spectacle…"
May 4
Timothy Smith replied to AdamSold's discussion Cinematic Orchestral Intro with BBC SO
"How was this different prior to this? A short but climactic introduction. Well done!"
May 4
Timothy Smith replied to Dane Aubrun's discussion Impression for Orchestra
"Hi Dane . I haven't been getting around here much lately so I apologize for the late response. A very nice impressionist work. I noticed particularly how skillfully you placed the various parts in a seamless transition from one segment to the…"
May 4
Saul Gefen replied to Timothy Smith's discussion Celtic Fantasy
"Thanks again!"
Apr 29
Timothy Smith replied to Timothy Smith's discussion Celtic Fantasy
" Great thoughts Ingo Lee. I have experimented with synths all the way from everything synth to combinations. I had fund at it. The 1st tune is all synths. The second is a combination. The third has an ambient celtic feel to it and uses synths…"
Apr 29
Ingo Lee replied to Timothy Smith's discussion Celtic Fantasy
"Tim this piece is great just as it is but I was wondering if you had ever considered doing something similar using electronic instrumentation. There is such a rich pallet of instruments available that could either stay very close to traditional…"
Apr 29
Timothy Smith replied to Saul Gefen's discussion Song of the Earth
"Saul, I see you coming along very well with these new tools. You are putting in notes manually? Do you mean you input notes one at a time on the piano roll? As a pianist, why not play the parts in? Maybe I misunderstood your comments. I wasn't…"
Apr 29
Timothy Smith replied to Timothy Smith's discussion Celtic Fantasy
"Saul, I'm glad to help another composer if I can help in some way. Ingo, I always appreciate your direct honesty. As I see it, with this type of music we have en entirely different formula that is likely seen as restrictive to the seasoned…"
Apr 29
Ingo Lee replied to Timothy Smith's discussion Celtic Fantasy
"Very well done Tim, I like it and I don't hear anything I would change. I think Ali has some good points and that might be something to try but that would kind of make it something different than what it is.  I have not been a fan of…"
Apr 29
Timothy Smith replied to Saul Gefen's discussion Song of the Earth
"Saul, I liked this. Has a very cinematic feel to it. Mixing decisions are often very subjective.For me personally I might have used lighter percussion or not have it so overt in the mix, especially toward the end. I like that the percussion gives it…"
Apr 28
Saul Gefen replied to Timothy Smith's discussion Celtic Fantasy
"Thank you Tim!"
Apr 28

Profile Information

What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Web, Multimedia, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
World Music
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
Eastern United States
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 have been involved in music for most of my life. I would consider myself a hobbyist composer. I play guitar, piano, bouzouki, harmonica, and am an aspiring violinist. I am a worship leader/pianist at my local church. My website online mainly deals with different themes and instruments.
Website:
https://soundcloud.com/starise

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At 5:08pm on October 1, 2018, Gav Brown said…

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