Music Composers Unite!
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Added by Gav Brown on November 22, 2014 at 7:35pm — No Comments
I have a complete album of 14 piano arranged songs (NeoClassical Style) upbeat, aggressive and slow). Am working on the second album. None of music has been published because I am looking for an arranger who has the passion for this kind of music and got a great experience in Kontakt, logic pro libraries. I am living in the LA area and after I find the right arranger/partner, I will be looking to find the perfect match for a piano and strings quartet
(2 girls and 2 guys… Preferably…
Added by Amar Zidan on November 14, 2014 at 7:53am — No Comments
Just posted a song mp3 file and I want to upload a pdf of it.
How the hell do I do that? What type of file should I upload?
This is only a link to it in my desktop I think. Will it work when I power down?
Added by Socrates Arvanitakis on November 11, 2014 at 7:40pm — No Comments
Thanks to Michael Diemer for welcoming me to the forum. I'll lay low for a while, to see how things are done around here.
I have uploaded a few songs to have some presence here, but I ran into problems with the size limit. I'll have to rework most mp3s I have if I intend to upload them here. As most pieces are jazz and improvised music recorded live, they can get fairly big.
That's it for now, thank you all, and I will see if I can start participating in some discussion around…Continue
Another composer has posted recently on the forum about a piece he wrote inspired by French music which is about fountains. I won’t post this on his thread, which is about his composition, but thought you might enjoy it - ragtime composers liked to compose on this theme too, and one of my favorites in this genre is a piece written by a guy named Robert Hampton called “Cataract Rag.” (Cataract is a synonym for Waterfall). The middle section (starting at about 1:50) particularly is delightful…Continue
Added by Gav Brown on November 6, 2014 at 1:10am — No Comments