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Wow some of these are truly amazing. Such as Transformers by Nir Shor and A Fire Will Rise by Oleg Riltsov. Out of curiosity, is there a way to download these? Would really love to put them on my iPod. Unfortunately I do not have a smart phone to listen to these while on the go :(
You could e-mail the admins, maybe they can give you the tracks you want.
Guys? Where do you make all this amazing stuff? Where do you get the instrument library from? Which program do you work with?
If anyone could help me get started to do some music. I would be in your dept forever. My biggest dream is to become a music composer, some people where I live, laugh at it but why can't I have dreams of my own.. I am only 17 and got many years left do become something, but if somone could answer what i should start with. Then I will practice and work with it every day.
Well, Hans works with a program called Cubase. It isn't cheap but it's worth your money. I currently use FL Studio and I'm pretty fine with it. The producer's edition only costs about 200$ or sth., so you would be able to afford it. I'm also looking forward to buy some software from EastWest. They have the best orchestral samples you can find.
Logic pro is good to.
Can you program cubase for a Mac?
Yes. If you have a Mac, it's not really difficult to find good music programs.
Just one more question. How do you start with a new song? Do you first start with the whole melody and complete it or? And after that, what do you do? Do you start layer different instruments? Is precussion important to start with early?
If somone can just make a quick short step by step list I would be grateful :)
Do whatever you want to do.
Hey there, look I'm currently in a composition class in college, you really work at it how you want. I would suggest if you want a free program: MuseScore, I think it's fantastic despite the MIDI sounds, and it's super simple to use. If you don't know how to do something you can just Google "MuseScore (question)", ex: "MuseScore, how to tie notes" and Google their manual will come up easily.
I suggest learning some basic musical terminology (if you don't already know) because it will make your life a whole lot easier.
In class some suggestions to start if you are unsure of what to do is to: A. Create a chord progression and build your melodies and harmonies off of that. B. Create a melody line and use the notes in it to determine what chords you want to use to harmonize with it.
Personally, I hear melody and harmonies in my head, so I put that down, but I get stumped a lot, so I bring in the music theory and general musical knowledge into play and that helps.
Mind you, I've only made 1 composition and am working on my second, but these things help.
Be sure you understand what your tempo is and try to write out the rhythm first if you are having a heard time getting it from your head to the staff. Then figure out what key you are in, you can use an instrument to uncover what notes they are and where your sharps and flats lie. Is it major? Is it natural, harmonic, melodic, or synthetic minor?
If you don't have an instrument at your disposal, it's easy to figure it out on MuseScore anyway, but you can also always use the Virtual Piano, just google it. ;)
Understanding the basics of piano is a must for composers, it is basically Music Theory laid out as an instrument for you. It also helps to sing your melody lines and note where you have to stop to breath, you those areas to add rests. Instruments that don't require breath support still need to pause at point and "breath," this adds a feeling of emotion and helps instrumentalists to make your melody lines sing, despite their instrument.
Those are only a grain of tips for you, but I hope it helps regardless! Keep dreaming, and dream big! As long as you put your heart into it, you'll go places.
Question....are we allowed to post movie version edits of songs? For example, I have a version of the Batman Chased scene from TDKR which is closer to the film version, but it's from pre-existing cues. I didn't do any recording myself.
Without question, the Ultraviolet motion picture score is one very fine piece of work by the gifted composer Klaus Badelt. His score was.., shall we say.., instrumental in making this, otherwise comic book of a film, riveting. By his efforts, his music made this movie just bearable to view. So why, in the name of God, is there no place on Earth whereI can find the soundtrack to this film? I thought you could find anything on the internet, in any size and color, but Im dammed if I can find this movie score anywhere. Why was it not released as a CD!? God knows, there are lots and lots of movie soundtracks released to Cd that do not come close to the brilliance of this particular score. ############
Cirkle's music is a total ownage ! I love it so much cause i'm a totaly big fan of GoT, and his version is very wonderfull.