Thanks Andrew ! I now decided to never let any of my accounts to "save" my passwords. And also take care of the other advices. Interressting how you experience music . The thinking on music as "sound" has gone deep in to me ( for ex Gerard Griseys thoughts and music ). Thanks again. Caj.
Thanks Anrdew, I have done as You said :an external drive where I´m put all my scores and music ( not connected to internet) . Another thing , I like the use of microintervals but I don´t know how to calculate all the overtones ( in notation ). All I have read about it goes over my head (I´m very bad at matematic). Is there any other way to calculate overtones from a single note ? Be well Caj.
Hi Andrew. I absolutely like your music. Although it already sounds great the way it sounds now, I would love to hear it performed by a real orchestra. I am new here on this forum and you're one of my first encounters here. Great! Thanks for your music.
I like your music, you can never say what is due to come, but you can always enjoy the present moment as part of an organic thing... two aspect normally incompatible. And, more important, never boring !
Thank you. Innate Affection was composed for an ensemble. Some of the musicians are not as proficient as others, but equally musically expressive. So a piece that would include them in the make it enjoyable was important. So some of it was composed so it doesn't really matter what pitch is played as long as it's in the right octave and the rhythm is played correct; so the interpritation could slip into improvisation if needs be...
Do your compositions get played out? It's intresting how your peices hand together...
I'm glad to be your friend too! My work is not inspired by scenery or any photos, but by internal images abstractions and a reaction to the initial stages of my compositions. And, of course, I am inspired by my favorite classic compositions- everything from Weather Report to Led Zeppelin to Stravinksy's Symphony of Psalms. I just got Kontakt 4 and two sample collections- 'Vintage Organs' and Acousticsamples' Old Black Grand. Now I need to get creative with them...!