Jonathan Zuniga replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Did I steal this?
"There is a similarity between your piece, from 1:47, and "Hook-main themes" by John Williams.  If you want to se what I'm talking about, I've put a youtube link here to show you what I'm talking about.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xekV12yTKOQ …"
Jun 16, 2012
Anthony Berlin replied to Tyler Hughes's discussion The growing composer (Links and Resources for the beggining and self taught composer)
"On Mike Verta's channel on youtube there are two interesting videos (well in actuality they are 6, as they have been divided into parts since youtube don't allow really long videos for non-director accounts). One is on how to make your virtual…"
Dec 20, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to ZeroZero's discussion A good source for violin technique for the composer
"Great resource! Thanks man! :)"
Dec 7, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Ryan McKendall's discussion Lots of Questions
"Not much I can add here except that if you have enough budget, go for the Czech Orchestra! that Livio linked to! They are good enough for most of your needs, I guarantee it :)"
Sep 24, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Tyler Hughes's discussion The growing composer (Links and Resources for the beggining and self taught composer)
"GREAT thread. This will do me wonders! Thanks!"
Jul 3, 2011
Anders Christensen replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"What I think you could improve in this score is the dynamic range in some places of the composition.
 
At 1:55 I really feel that the music should open up even more (more string sections / volume) and perhaps some cymbal at the chord shift. To give…"
May 30, 2011
Fredrik Aske Blikeng replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion A quick hello
"I have to TOTALLY agree with this topic, this being my first post here also :) Too few forums are like this one!"
May 30, 2011
Paul Glover replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Hi Anthony
 
I would be happy to hear the piece again after you have it updated. I would suggest placing it on your page on this sire and then post in this forum for others to listen to as well. I am just one voice with one opinion. There are many…"
May 22, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Thank you for your comment, Paul!
 
Mixing is the part of all this that I am least good at, so thank you for pointing all that out. I will definitely try to improve it. When I make the changes, is it okay if I send you an mp3 version, to see if you…"
May 20, 2011
Paul Glover replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Hi Anthony
 
Regarding the composition, I would not change a thing. You display a great command of diverse atmosphere for scenes.
 
A few small notes I have are:
1:30 range losing melody of flute clarinet?, can come out more3:36 and on snare could…"
May 19, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Hi Anders,
 
Thank you for your reply!
 
I hadn't thought about it that way. Thank you for pointing that out. As long as the emotions are synchronized, of course it fits. But until I have actual visuals to write for, with a movie I like, but haven't…"
May 18, 2011
Anders Christensen replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Hi Anthony
Like Paul I am very impressed with your composition. It is however quite difficult (for me) to give you the kind feedback you want.  Then reason for this is, that in this format I make the pictures in my mind (based on your text) that…"
May 18, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Thank you, Paul Glover, for your kind words. :)
 
Any thoughts on how it worked with the actual sequence of events? Did it complement or enhance it in any way? Did it fit well? How were the orchestrations, except that they were very varied?
 
I am…"
May 13, 2011
Paul Glover replied to Anthony Berlin's discussion Lost Boy
"Anthony. A really fabulous work. What I was impressed with the most is the number of variations. You can certainly write in many realms. Good job
 
Great idea of writing to a sequence of events, and words. You proved this is a great substitute to…"
May 12, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Jacob Royal's discussion Your FIVE favorite composers.
"Anything from before the 20th century, I guess?

Ansgar Kreutz said:
what is "classical" --- and what not?
Anthony Berlin said:
Does it have to be classical composers?
 
1. Mozart
2. Prokofiev
3. John Williams
4. James Newton Howard
5. Debussy
 "
Apr 25, 2011
Anthony Berlin replied to Jacob Royal's discussion Your FIVE favorite composers.
"Does it have to be classical composers?
 
1. Mozart
2. Prokofiev
3. John Williams
4. James Newton Howard
5. Debussy
 "
Apr 25, 2011
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  • Hey Anthony, some great composition and production here!
  • I checked out Requiem by Tonehammer...Wow! But yes, I'm gonna need some more money before I make another big purchase. I'm just a poor college kid after all:P
  • That's awesome! And wow I'm jealous, I have EWQLSO Gold which is nice, but what I would give to have Storm Drum and Symphonic Choirs:P Actually, I used to have just Silver, which is what all of my work that is up was done with. I haven't added anything since I upgraded to Gold, but I'm almost finished with a new piece which will hopefully be up soon:)
  • Hi Anthony, thanks for the comment! Just a question, but was Fantasy Movie Trailer at all inspired by Lord of the Rings? I only ask because one section sounds VERY similar to the wringwraith theme:D Anyway, all of your pieces sound great man, I'm quite impressed. What sound libraries are you working with?
  • Haha.. I could tell you're Swedish just by listening to your music. You guys really know how to do the metal thing right. Sounds great with the orchestral instruments mixed in as well.

    Thank you for the nice comments on my wall, and welcome to the forum!

  • Hi Anothny

     

    I really enjoy your music. Last Tear is great. Very good arrangement. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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