Ingo Lee replied to Jon Corelis's discussion Question
"There are always different ways to look at things.  The point of theory is to help us understand what we are hearing, playing and writing but it's just a tool that can be helpful, it's not a definitive explanation of anything. I'll paraphrase a…"
Thursday
Ingo Lee replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Nothing belongs to you - 3 min song
"Very nice Ali, kind of new-age ambient style which continues to be popular.  Would be tempting of course to add other things, percussion or string pad perhaps?"
Nov 16
Ingo Lee replied to Ali Riza SARAL's discussion Nothing belongs to you - 3 min song
"Good to see you Dane, glad you're keeping busy and staying out of trouble! 
Yes the analog modular synthesizer market is huge these days, lots of goodies out there in kit form too. Having tried it I would question using a guitar as a trigger source…"
Nov 16
Ingo Lee replied to Ramon Capsada Blanch's discussion Six-note chords
"Hi Ramon, I find your mathematical approach and the result fascinating. I don't fully understand the mechanisms you describe but I will be listening again to the music.
I'm wondering if a quantum computer could speed up finding a pure Hamiltonian…"
Nov 10
Ingo Lee replied to Jon Corelis's discussion Question for atonalists
"Jon I'm not an "atonalist" and I'm definitely not an expert on any of this but I will say this. You have asked a simple question about a complex subject and there is some controversy involved. 
Some background. Schoenberg hated the term atonal and…"
Nov 9
Ingo Lee replied to Christopher John Ulrich Burke's discussion Can someone PLEASE help me find 32-bit pad/backing sounds?
"Chris I think you should contact the support line for Native Instruments and explain that you paid for Kontact and your hard drive failed and could they please help you out? I've had good luck with this situation in the past with other companies…"
Nov 6
Ingo Lee replied to Christopher John Ulrich Burke's discussion Can someone PLEASE help me find 32-bit pad/backing sounds?
"Here's a track from Band in A Box, chosen from many others. But since you already know all about it this probably won't work for you.
Pad demo.mp3
Here's Spitfires freebie collection, but maybe you already know about them too?…"
Nov 5
Ingo Lee replied to Christopher John Ulrich Burke's discussion Can someone PLEASE help me find 32-bit pad/backing sounds?
"Hi Chris, welcome to CF.  I'm going to suggest "Band-in-a-Box" which is a product I've had for a number of years. I can't whole heartedly recommend it because it is kind of tricky to get good results with it, but it will create pads etc. The current…"
Nov 5
Ingo Lee replied to Liz Atems's discussion Let's talk about DAWs
"Let me say that both David Carovillano and David Owen are producing beautiful work that is neither dry nor mechanical.
DAWS for years have had 'humanize' algorithms to introduce subtle varitations to the rhythm and velocity settings of midi files.…"
Nov 3
Ingo Lee commented on Spencer L’Esperance’s status
"Hi Spencer, welcome to CF!  From the home page click on the " + Add Discussion " button and you can enter text and upload a file from the menu bar of the window that appears.  At the bottom of the window you can choose a category, most people use…"
Nov 1
Ingo Lee replied to David Owen's discussion Concertino for Piano and Ancient Instruments
"Hi David, thanks for the score, it's a big help. If you have time and don't mind can you answer a couple of questions?  Can you tell us what reverb you are using now?
Also on another thread you mention your work process using Dorico with expression…"
Oct 30
David Carovillano and Ingo Lee are now friends
Oct 29
Ingo Lee replied to David Owen's discussion Concertino for Piano and Ancient Instruments
"Ancient instruments with some modern flavors, a great idea David, I enjoyed it. I think it deserves more attention here.  Some of these instruments are not obvious, I don't know if you want to post a score but maybe you could mention some of what…"
Oct 27
Ingo Lee replied to Douglas Locke's discussion Roaring Plains
"Good stuff Doug, I like it.  Very expressive, good sounds and ideas, you could take this a lot farther too I think. I certainly am not thinking "too many time signatures" as I listen but then I'm not a conductor and it is only a 5 minute piece so  .…"
Sep 29
Ingo Lee replied to Sam Umar's discussion Two Pianos + Orchestra
"I shouldn't have said concerto, I was thinking of some short soli passages to vary the texture. If this piece is meant as a 'slow' movement of a longer work or as an underscore work you might not want that. And really it's good just as it is.
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Sep 22
Ingo Lee replied to Sam Umar's discussion Two Pianos + Orchestra
"Very well done Sam, nicely written and orchestrated. I find myself wanting to hear more soli or even a concerto style from the pianos especially but this works quite well as is.  Good work!"
Sep 21
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  • Hi Ingo, thank you so much, very kind and encouraging! Regards from Germany!

  • No problem Ingo--so nice hearing from you:)

    Bob

  • Hello there, welcome to composersforum :] if you're looking for some of my works, you can check them out on my profile page, I did upload couple of new stuffs on video/playlist~ Looking for yours too, please share if you do :p

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