I'm sure a lot of folks here already know about this, but for those who don't, and who, like me, might be favourably inclined in general to free plug-ins and apps whenever they make themselves available, you might want to check this out:
Another short soundscaping study, using Fender Rhodes in the foreground to start, then fading in and out some more complex voices in the mix. Designed, once again, to provide a short interval of calm and relaxation in your day. Hope you enjoy, thanks
This is an orchestral sketch made I in a classical style, I started composing in this style when I became a composer, then I went for more modern styles. I decided to compose one piece in the old style to check if I hadn't forg
I wrote these to satisfy my urge to compose short jazzy instrumentals. They would have to be sight-readable and easy to listen to. Something that, my own group for instance, could read through once then be ready to perform.
This is a simple canon in G minor for piano plus string quartet. The piece is very cyclically repetitive in terms of development of the initial theme as it passes and slowly mutates from Leader to Follower, but I like the way it achieves
It is little known that Mozart wrote five movements for his Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K525. The recent discovery of a manuscript stuffed down the back of a sofa auctioned by Christies turned out to be the missing
Hello all! Hope this post finds you well. For this particular song I was heavily inspired by Gustavo Santaolalla's work on The Last of Us! I wanted to do something simple and stripped back. Less on big, cinematic, huge parts and more focus on the emo
This is a short little ambient experiment I call "Drift Study #1 - A Short Break". This miniature clocks in at barely over 2 minutes, but the feeling of weightlessness underscoring it is designed to make that short break seem like somethi
The issue of short works recently came up here. I am a big fan of shorts and think it is a specialized art form unto itself. I am working on an album of piano works which will include some shorts I have written over the last 40 year
This is my first symphony, the first movement. I subtitled it with a foreword, so the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th will have a different subtitle, instead of 1st movement, 2nd movment, etc. The foreword introduced elements portraying a state of mind
This was recorded on a Roland RD-2000 stage piano, Moog and Novation analog synthesizers, drum kit, and percussion. Presented in a rock-oriented style, this is mainly a parade of riffs accompanied by drumming whic
A short little waltz I wrote in the Sonar 8.5 piano roll using an old orchestral sample library. I actually used a Mellotron flute as is easily heard in the beginning. I just didn't like the sound of the orchestral flute.