Hi, I haven't been posting for a while. Today I finished up this 12 seconds piece, which is meant to work as a logo for some hypothetical asian movie company, so no big american companies.

It's very short and I'm aware it's actually quite simple.

My task was experimenting with some new compositional techniques I learned and to catch the listener's attention for that brief moment.

I would like to hear about your opinion, if that works already, or if I could insert something else to increase the impact on the listener. Score is attached.

logo.wav

logo_score.pdf

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  • Hi, Alfred,

    If I might be honest, while the clip of music is nice enough I think it's too long to signal a logo. 

    To me, the "Intel" chime was about right but that's very short - 4 notes.

    Cheers.

  • No worries, thanks for your suggestion.

    Dane Aubrun said:

    Hi, Alfred,

    If I might be honest, while the clip of music is nice enough I think it's too long to signal a logo. 

    To me, the "Intel" chime was about right but that's very short - 4 notes.

    Cheers.

    Twelve seconds composition (movie company logo)
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