At what point is it necessary to change key signatures? Sometimes I notice, say, Chopin will switch key signatures just for a few bars, while other times writing in other keys without changing the…Continue
"Hi Joel, I write music that is very time-changey. I change time-sigs according to 2 rules - 1) where it would help clarify the phrasing, and 2) where it enhances readability of the score. I thing key sigs is basically the same issues
Hope that is…"
At what point is it necessary to change key signatures? Sometimes I notice, say, Chopin will switch key signatures just for a few bars, while other times writing in other keys without changing the signature, resulting in lots of accidentals. So, what's the general rule?See More
"Cool! Way too short. I was grooving to it but then it ended and made me sad cause' I was diggin' it. I like the scratchy vinyl effect, but I agree it's maybe a bit loud. Love when the acoustic bass and octave reinforcement comes in.…"
"Hi Joel, I loved the playful innocence of this piece.
Regardless of the length, you packaged it very well.
I think your choice of instruments and the mix was excellent.
Well conceived and well executed. I hope you continue along
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Self-taught pianist and composer
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