Hi John: Glad to see you're busy, I am currently upgrading my system and building a small studio and expanding my system with more programs, I will send you pictures of it when completed if you would like. Trusting all else is fine, stay in touch, Larry
Your work is an inspiration and catalyst for me, and I'm sure many others. I, for one, am so grateful that despite you being so busy in your work, you take the time to share with us on this forum. Many thanks.
The Honor its all mine!! I enjoyed listening to your cues I specially liked Power of Ten, Powerful Music!. Congratulation for For The Love of Liberty! sounds like a great project. I recently signed with The Gorfaine/Schwartz Agency in LA, Do you know it?? Hoping to land some projects in the US, So any advice you can give me it will be treasured!!
Sounds Great! Love the orchestration. Nice atmosphere and it sounds like some varied influences, from Penderecki to Romantic. Just curious as to what sounds you are using, sounds like real instruments to me. Nice work. -Peter
East of Tashban is just exhilarating -- my ex-husband is Indian and also a musician. This music recalls Indian music (though a bit different) -- the tabla-like drums and vocal styles. I own a tanpura, which I just love to sing to. It's not only great for Indian music, but I think medieval chant (eg Hildegard of Bingen) would go well with it too.
Treasure Hunters has echoes of Carmina Burana it seems to me; powerful.
Did you use the Vienna llibraries for these pieces? Thanks for a nice listen. :-)
Hey! I just noticed you live in Colorado Springs!!! Me too! (North central -corner of Fillmore and Hancock -- perhaps we could visit sometime? It's always a treat to have some composer friends in "physical form" rather than just over the web (though I am very grateful for the web and these forums of course).
I am listening to your music (the first two so far). So tender, smooth, just soaringly beautiful!
Thanks for your note John... I have heard that the Vienna libraries are even better than Garritan? What do you think? I admire Gary Garritan, though, regardless for making his very good libraries available for the student and emerging composers who have a tight budget when he could have gone for the large expensive professional market. His forum is great, and that is how I found out about this one -- through Larry Alexander (thanks Larry!).