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This is a piece I wrote for a film in a film scoring class I took at Berkley School of Music.
Hi folks. I haven't been on this forum for more than a year, but I've been composing. Here's yet another paean to that marvelous morning brew that I hear will actually prolong your life by up to 14%!\uap>Caffeinated%20Piano%20%238.mp3
Here are three short pieces (under 4 minutes total) inspired by techno - very rhythmically accurate, but with a lot of dynamic control such as you'd get on a midi keyboard. I can't play these yet but I'm working on it.
Here is a new piece I've been slaving over for the past few months. I think I've taken the Garritan Gagli violin solo sound about as far as I can get it, tho I'm thinking I need to learn about portamento on Logic, which might improve the line. But I did find that a giant reverb seemed to deepen the tone a bit. Best would be a real violinist (next step).
Also used Garritan cello, Jam Pack Clarinet, and piano with pad. Let me know what you think/feel upon listening to…Continue
This started out as a waltz, but then I decided it needed something else and went to 5/8. I didn't really know how to end it.
This was composed on Logic using English horn, violins, harp and other instruments. I used a scale from a Satie Gnossiene (No. 1)\uap>Lonesome%20Underground.mp3