I am a new member my name is Emiliano Imondi i am a composer from Rome, Italy. I would share my works with you:
- Contemporary Music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLMCZoAMMpg&list=PL3K2zcjz48crwQlia8dvd_5_N3i0qtQ6-
- Applied Music: http://wavecraftproject.com/music/
Any kind of feedback will be… Continue
Added by Emiliano Imondi on May 8, 2013 at 8:56am —
- play The Last Station 17…
Added by Larry Douziech on April 2, 2011 at 7:28pm —
I've been readying this project for a few months now, and Magnatune Records has just released
it into the wild!… Continue
Added by Scott W. Hallgren on November 16, 2010 at 10:30am —
I am new to the Composer's Forum - so I am still trying to figure out how it works, etc.
I write music for video, and actually shoot my own video as well. I'm developing a style with these primary instruments: piano, accordion, guitar, bass.
My latest project is here on Vimeo:
My other video/music projects can easily be found in the… Continue
Added by Paul Hamilton on April 28, 2010 at 1:30pm —
From the Nashville, TN
Christ Church Cathedral's "Sacred Space" concert series announces:
Friday, November 13, 2009
Featuring the composers:
Members of the Nashville Composers Association have created new, original scores for four 8-10 minute short films. This event will explore the relationship of music to film, and the composers will share with the audience… Continue
Added by Scott W. Hallgren on October 20, 2009 at 12:19pm —
I recently created a new blog dedicated to the Music for Film/T.V./Multimedia Industry.
Take a look when you get a chance and feel free to contribute your ideas, comments, etc... (It's still kind of 'bare bones' but I'll be adding new features over the next few days). Thank you and have a great one!
Added by Bethany Trainor on October 3, 2009 at 10:51pm —
Just added A Game of Tag to my music player. I short cue full of mischief and surprises. I like the way it plays with the listener's sense of 'simple time' by seemingly hitting the next bar before the listener is ready - a bit like the game: getting caught out when you are not paying full attention.
As usual, comments welcome.
Added by Leslie Quarcoopome on April 21, 2009 at 5:47pm —
So I've managed to bounce a couple more tracks down for you all to audition. The first, Bicycle Music
goes back to my liking of the sound world of kids/family films. Always invokes memories of sun-drenched careless afternoons playing and bicycle spokes. Bizarre, I know. The next is perhaps a bit sentimental but it's a cue for a fading and aging beauty as she asks herself: Who's The Person In The Mirror
? It's not intended to be sad music, perhaps bitter-sweet. Driving… Continue
Added by Leslie Quarcoopome on April 14, 2009 at 6:30pm —
So I've successfully managed to navigate the upload tool on this site and pleased to announce the availability for your review and comment of no less than seven [film score]
is well, very once upon a time but is interrupted with.... who knows? The Great Army
is full of the anticipation of something about to happen. Pictures the vast legions of mythic Kings and Lords and epic landscaped. Worlds away… Continue
Added by Leslie Quarcoopome on April 7, 2009 at 6:30pm —
More than knowledge of music, talent, or ability on an instrument, very important is your ability to effectively communicate with the director, and your ability to analyze, understand, and translate their vision and story into musical ideas which work to picture.
Check out the full article at:…
Added by Adrian Ellis on February 6, 2009 at 10:00am —
Hello fellow Composerinos
I've begun a new blog "on music composition and production, filmmaking, and creativity"
Have a look and see what you think - much more content to come! The first post details, with audio examples, the always interesting journey of being a hired gun, balancing compromise and conviction, and trying to please everyone - 1 clip, 3 versions of the score!…
Added by Adrian Ellis on January 28, 2009 at 5:04pm —