Mitch Newton replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion Anybody Ever Thought of Setting Dubstep ... to Music? :|
"Haha yeah I have seen this, they also did one with Beethoven."
Dec 24, 2013
Mitch Newton replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion Anybody Ever Thought of Setting Dubstep ... to Music? :|
"I think that what a lot of people don't understand is that there is a lot of variety in all of these styles. For instance while most of the more "mainstream" or more listened to Dubstep and electronic music is quite simple from a musicology…"
Dec 15, 2013
Gordon Francis Blaney Jr. replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion Heuristics for Composers: The Tonic and the Dominant
"A good professor once stated: "Any chord can go to any chord".
I then spent four years,
disregarding modulation,
using a basic major and minor chord flow chart,
using modal interchange,
using the modes of the scales;
the scales of major, melodic…"
Sep 11, 2012
Noah Fraioli replied to Gordon Francis Blaney Jr.'s discussion What's Your Method?
"Why? Raymond Kemp said:
1,2,3,4,5,6). Stay away from this interweb and just get on with it."
Aug 19, 2012
Noah Fraioli replied to Gordon Francis Blaney Jr.'s discussion What's Your Method?
"1. I've written for many different audiences: Friends, strangers, God, and myself.
2. Metal, hard rock and neoclassical, usually following a standard classical style.
3. I do most of the work in my head concerning non-MIDI instruments.
4. Basically,…"
Aug 19, 2012
Spiros Makris commented on Noah Fraioli's blog post My First 7 Months on Composers' Forum
"you know, a glass of beer with friends makes things much better. You're almost there.
If you've got the strength and of cource money, to continue studying, do so. And if that fails, you can still build a personal carreer with what you've got.…"
Aug 10, 2012
Gavin Brown commented on Noah Fraioli's blog post My First 7 Months on Composers' Forum
"Your story is my story, and I suspect, the story of many. I long ago decided I did not want to live in poverty, so chose a career path instead of attempting to compose for a living. At the end of the day, one must be able to eat, buy clothing, and…"
Aug 9, 2012
Dimitri Asselman replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion Anybody Ever Thought of Setting Dubstep ... to Music? :|
"So this Lindsey Stirling is doing what Vanessa Mae did about 20 years ago...
What is so good about 'house' music? In view of the performer (dj for example): You would really know when you are behind the decks/in the dj booth: mixing music, creating…"
Aug 7, 2012
Noah Fraioli replied to Jean-Michel George's discussion Composing with EWQL and NI sound libraries ...
"Hey Jean-Michel,

I listened to "Brave New World" and "Fretless Lullaby". The lullaby was very nice and melodic. I thought BNW could have been more properly concluded, honestly.

Be sure to post your music scores if you have them. I'm sure your…"
Aug 5, 2012
Spiros Makris replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion Anybody Ever Thought of Setting Dubstep ... to Music? :|
"Bob is right. Each music expresses the people that listen to it and reflects their lifestyle. Now if you live in a large city take a look around. I think dubstep is a good way to describe things :P and pop music rarely was complex, even in the 1600s…"
Aug 4, 2012
Jamie Sutherland replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion Anybody Ever Thought of Setting Dubstep ... to Music? :|
"This maybe slightly unrelated, but type in "violin" into the search bar on YouTube, and this come up: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHjpOzsQ9YI

Slightly worrying that this is a top result, but is it surprising when the majority of younger people…"
Aug 4, 2012
Olmnilnlolm replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion *Post Here!* Competition No. 1 - The Results - How Did This All Go?
"One thing I noticed that might be improved upon.  Forgive me if I am repeating something someone already said.  It seemed to me that the criteria for judging could have been explained BEFORE the competition, rather than after all the pieces had been…"
Aug 3, 2012
Noah Fraioli replied to Adrian Allan's discussion The composer's state of mind
"When the human mind enters into a creative state, his brain wave patterns change. I think it's called Thetawave state when you are the most creative and imaginative. It's the same principle as falling into a deep sleep or meditative trance; it's all…"
Jul 29, 2012
Jamie Sutherland replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion "Mister Malry"- Song for Full Hard-Rock/Metal Band
"Really liked the arrangement that Kevin posted, works well. 
Very catchy melody line, easily stuck in my head for the rest of the day!"
Jul 21, 2012
Jennifer Brawley replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion "Mister Malry"- Song for Full Hard-Rock/Metal Band
"I agree with Tyler totally: This is just great!"
Jul 19, 2012
Tyler Hughes replied to Noah Fraioli's discussion "Mister Malry"- Song for Full Hard-Rock/Metal Band
"This is definitely your forte area, one of your best composition you have posted. I like the sound effects really add to the piece, would like to hear it with the actual vocals. And in this genre, I don't see how sheet music would do anything good. "
Jul 19, 2012
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