Music Composers Unite!
I like to find the odd piece of windows software that gives you that experimental edge for sound design. There are many, hiding out in nooks and cranny's of cyber-space but finding them can be a real chore. The very fact that you are here at this blog gives you a distinct advantage as we will be constantly researching and updating the list of these rare birds. Lets get started with some recent and unusual finds. Note that all of the following programs are free…Continue
I have a blog for computer creatives. Covering process and the tools used. Sound Design, Studio Software, Vst Plugin's, Lyric Writing, Mixing, Video editing and much more. Topics for the computer creative.
If you feel like some light reading and videos stop by.
Bitz & Bytes Creative
I will be posting random interesting creative stuff…Continue
Added by David Prouty on July 29, 2011 at 9:39pm — No Comments
This is a relativly new song. I have had some challenges with it, because I don't know how to make the arrangement I want.
Is suppose to be a lament somehow, very slow ballade.
I do try to avoid making my songs similar to eachother though, so on this song I have focused on classical sounds, like strings/cello/harp.
I also realized that less is more (I have tried drums/Bass) But it seems I fall back to my original idea.
Again I try to sing here I have actually a…
Music for various pentatonic scales (there are 5 scales) in metrum of five with interlocking technic (by Sugeng Pratikno)
Added by Sugeng Pratikno on July 27, 2011 at 11:20am — No Comments
So, what am I thinking? What pops first to my mind is the nasty burnt back I got from the sun today. But it will pass I suppose. When I touch it it hurts though, I wonder how I'll manage to get some sleep tonight.
So the other day a friend of mine came by the house, asking for some help with a song she had written a couple of years ago but never finished it. I manged to slip in some more chords than the I-V she had there, but hell, I couldn't get her to put in a nice…Continue
Added by Spiros Makris on July 25, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments
Hi I'm Jon Gunnewegh
I'm new and i wanted to start by getting my first song out there; as everyone else does.
So thank you for you time. Enjoy.
I just recorded a song, I hope you like it! :-)
Added by Dorien Herremans on July 22, 2011 at 4:43am — No Comments
But, some thoughts to start my refreshment of mind:
1. Somewhere as we swim upstream against all hope on a journey to better ourselves, one will find happiness.
2. Nightmare Before Christmas is great listening no matter what time of year.
3. Shostakovich will inspire me no matter how frustrated I become.
4. Remember that most of what you need is just out of reach, which makes them all the more useful.
This is the first blog bost I write here, so I believe some kind of introduction is in order...Nah, screw that, I bet you already know my name, it is somewhere around the page you ae reading right now.
Writing down thoughs is what I pan to use this blog space, starting with this post. Read at your own risk-I am not to be held responsible for any exessive boredom this posts cause.
I just fired up a beethoven sonata while thinking about this blog post, the 13th,…Continue
Added by Adam Weldon on July 13, 2011 at 5:50am — No Comments
I have been here for like over a week or so, people are very helpful here! Wanted to express thanks for that!
In the meanwhile I got some ideas as how to make the sounds of my music better, so I can post it here without a shame because it sounds so awful compared with all the other music here on this site. Funny that I first really thought that it has been performed live or recorderded as it sounds so real.
Right now I am not really making new stuff, just going through the old…Continue