Ron McBain replied to Quinn Lubbe's discussion Film audition track
"You might add some realism to the solo lines in the horns, winds, and strings by working more with the dynamics of the held notes. Don't let a held note in a melody remain static. Throw in a cc7 and/or cc11 event to shape those notes."
Jul 17, 2010
Quinn Lubbe replied to Quinn Lubbe's discussion Film audition track
"Thanks for your feedback. The piano is the Yamaha Club Piano which comes with Logic. Cranked up the reverb a little on it. I prefer the Yamaha to the Steinway that comes with Orchestral Jam Pack as it is a little brighter and more lively. When it…"
Jul 17, 2010
Ann Rodela replied to Quinn Lubbe's discussion Film audition track
"You wrote music with a sweet and gentle beat . I suggest adding drums or other percussive instruments to add tension."
Jun 25, 2010
Marc Teichert replied to Quinn Lubbe's discussion Film audition track
"Very nice peace of music. I think the EQ of the instruments are well done. The only thing that sounds a bit off to me are the horns. I would suggest to mix them more gently to give it a smoother blend with the rest of the orchestra."
Jun 25, 2010
Quinn Lubbe left a comment for Ann Rodela
"Hey there. Not using any notation software for right now as I don't have any players to score for. Most of the composing I do, I play in myself."
Jun 23, 2010

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  • Composing for yourself on paper, that sounds wonderful like writing a letter and exploring your deepest thoughts. Good for you!
  • Welcome Quinn! I currently use Finale software for notation. Which do you?
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