Last week I decided to rescore one of my short orchestral pieces I've composed exactly 8 years ago. Hope u like it. Any feedbacks r very welcome :)

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  • Very nice,

    I saw some of your other work on Soundcloud, I noticed that most of them are either a minute or 2 minute long, nothing wrong with that, but is there a particular reason why you keep your works short, or maybe these are just demos and examples?

    Regards

    By the way what kind of DAW do you use?

  • Hi! I have to be honest! Its just pure laziness! hahaha

    I have to learn more orchestration in order to arrange a melody in more different ways.

    On the other hand….in my opinion, 2-3-4 minutes long compositions usually boring, especially without picture. I mean, ofc, pro composers r able to keep up the excitement, but I cant. So I rather doing shorter but more controlled and deliberated pieces and trying to make them interesting from the beginning to the end. 

    Im using Cubase 10.5

  • You claim laziness then I too will be lazy and decline comment. Besides, this is a fragment so short there's nothing to comment on. I don't have a chance to know whether it engages or bores and whether the scoring would be good if you'd gone on.

    Wish I could be more constructive. Try for something more developed. 

    AdamSold said:

    Hi! I have to be honest! Its just pure laziness! hahaha

    I have to learn more orchestration in order to arrange a melody in more different ways.

    On the other hand….in my opinion, 2-3-4 minutes long compositions usually boring, especially without picture. I mean, ofc, pro composers r able to keep up the excitement, but I cant. So I rather doing shorter but more controlled and deliberated pieces and trying to make them interesting from the beginning to the end. 

    Im using Cubase 10.5

    Cinematic Orchestral Intro with BBC SO
    Last week I decided to rescore one of my short orchestral pieces I've composed exactly 8 years ago. Hope u like it. Any feedbacks r very welcome…
  • Thanks for your honesty! This particular piece is purposely short.
    If u feel like there is nothing to comment on, why u've done yet?

    When I have something more to tell thru music, i compose longer ones, when I have something short to tell, i make shorter ones. 

    There are thousands of filmscore albums out there with even less than a minute long tracks. 

    Dane Aubrun said:

    You claim laziness then I too will be lazy and decline comment. Besides, this is a fragment so short there's nothing to comment on. I don't have a chance to know whether it engages or bores and whether the scoring would be good if you'd gone on.

    Wish I could be more constructive. Try for something more developed. 

    AdamSold said:

    Hi! I have to be honest! Its just pure laziness! hahaha

    I have to learn more orchestration in order to arrange a melody in more different ways.

    On the other hand….in my opinion, 2-3-4 minutes long compositions usually boring, especially without picture. I mean, ofc, pro composers r able to keep up the excitement, but I cant. So I rather doing shorter but more controlled and deliberated pieces and trying to make them interesting from the beginning to the end. 

    Im using Cubase 10.5

    Cinematic Orchestral Intro with BBC SO
    Last week I decided to rescore one of my short orchestral pieces I've composed exactly 8 years ago. Hope u like it. Any feedbacks r very welcome…
  • Hi,

    I think that maybe it could be more like the refusal to leave the comfort zone of short pieces because they are safe to compose and they cover up lots of things that can be brought up in longer compositions. I think that it would be beneficial to perhaps try to move out from that comfort zone and begin creating longer pieces, and see where that takes you. I think you are very talented, and it would be wise to entertain such a thought for your own benefit.



    AdamSold said:

    Hi! I have to be honest! Its just pure laziness! hahaha

    I have to learn more orchestration in order to arrange a melody in more different ways.

    On the other hand….in my opinion, 2-3-4 minutes long compositions usually boring, especially without picture. I mean, ofc, pro composers r able to keep up the excitement, but I cant. So I rather doing shorter but more controlled and deliberated pieces and trying to make them interesting from the beginning to the end. 

    Im using Cubase 10.5

    Cinematic Orchestral Intro with BBC SO
    Last week I decided to rescore one of my short orchestral pieces I've composed exactly 8 years ago. Hope u like it. Any feedbacks r very welcome…
  • Hey! It makes sense! However, i dont think that quality can be measured in length, so short ones can be equal interesting as longer ones.  And I have bunch of longer ones than this :) 

    Saul Gefen said:

    Hi,

    I think that maybe it could be more like the refusal to leave the comfort zone of short pieces because they are safe to compose and they cover up lots of things that can be brought up in longer compositions. I think that it would be beneficial to perhaps try to move out from that comfort zone and begin creating longer pieces, and see where that takes you. I think you are very talented, and it would be wise to entertain such a thought for your own benefit.



    AdamSold said:

    Hi! I have to be honest! Its just pure laziness! hahaha

    I have to learn more orchestration in order to arrange a melody in more different ways.

    On the other hand….in my opinion, 2-3-4 minutes long compositions usually boring, especially without picture. I mean, ofc, pro composers r able to keep up the excitement, but I cant. So I rather doing shorter but more controlled and deliberated pieces and trying to make them interesting from the beginning to the end. 

    Im using Cubase 10.5

    Cinematic Orchestral Intro with BBC SO
    Last week I decided to rescore one of my short orchestral pieces I've composed exactly 8 years ago. Hope u like it. Any feedbacks r very welcome…
  • How was this different prior to this? A short but climactic introduction. Well done!

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