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#120283 - 09/22/19 03:02 PM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Not that anyone really cares but link correction to fix error. I want to start comparing myself to icons in such a mock-worthy way that a need to pop that bubble makes one click the link.

Symphony #2 in G Minor (Part 1)
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#120436 - 10/09/19 01:06 AM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Continuing on with the above.

Parts 1 - 3

Regardless if anyone really clicks it is a fun process to try to get better at this.
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#120437 - 10/09/19 01:47 AM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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I like part 2. I like the sound of a violin. You're really good!

It sounds better than FL Studio. What program do you use?
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#120438 - 10/09/19 03:30 AM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: Bartho LeMule]
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Thank you.

It's a program for Android.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xewton.musicstudio3

This is actually the next version.

My only criticism and own OCD twitch is the inability to add emphasis and inflection and vary pressure. So at times it really gets muddled (harmonies blend together with tonal similarity) in my opinion. I wish I had real instruments.

Anyone can play guitar. And write in double harmonic scales or Hungarian Minor.

It started as a challenge to write classical music about 4 months ago. I knew basic scales and am now forcing myself to understand and commit to memory dominant scales vs. Subdominant scales and harmonics.

Pretty much feel retarded.
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#120447 - 10/09/19 11:41 AM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Thanks Canis. Android, all that on a phone? That's really cool.
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#120449 - 10/09/19 03:29 PM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: Bartho LeMule]
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Yes, all on a phone. With manual zoom functions you can write it note by note, albeit in 12 note octave bars in place of typical sheet music.


[#2 in G Minor, Part 2 first 5 tracks]
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#120450 - 10/09/19 04:05 PM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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I like it, even more so that you created it using that tech. Some of the most unlikely things happen when you make lemonade out of lemons (alchemy?). Somehow it reminds me of an early David Lynch film technique using audiotape for video. Very pixelated image but alluring still (used in vamp flick Nadja, 1994), it became a late 80's Fischer Price toy called Pixelvision using audiocassettes.

Is your program a "generative music" tool such as SSEYO Koan? That is the most primitive I experiment with making binaural loops which can be snipped/superimposed.

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#120452 - 10/10/19 02:22 AM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: aeon6]
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I will leave that to Brian Eno.

It is pretty much like someone took the instruments from a Yamaha keyboard and wrote it into a musical composition program.

The individual track compositions look like this:

[Track one from above image]

It gives you over 100 instruments with the 15 dollar program, and there are additional ones for sale from the developer.

And thank you all for not noticing the terrible ending to part two that I will end up redoing.
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#120539 - 10/20/19 05:13 AM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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And on to the next part.

Out of all the things I have done so far this is my favorite. 5:25 in length.

Symphony #2 in G minor - Part 4

Parts 5 and 6 will be released together, as one is a slow part and the other is a lazy ass medley of all previous parts.

Until then Parts 1-4
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#120541 - 10/20/19 11:54 PM Re: Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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I chose it for early morning listening which is steps from REM. Rapturous in its graphical backdrop but curious: which city would you prefer to live in? I should be illustrating this to china but overpop is rampant in the remotest of places. I suspect that is just one reason why Stephen Hawking gave a dismal human prognosis of a mere 1000 more years. It's up to you to maximize those.
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#120594 - 10/25/19 03:49 AM Piano Concerto in A minor Hungarian [Re: aeon6]
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In this thread of narcissism I have taken a break from parts 5 and 6 of Symphony #2, and annoying G Minor to do a piano concerto, mainly to let a single instrument carry a 3 part piece.

A Grand Piano in this case.

Piano Concerto in A Minor Hungarian (Part 1)

Run Time: 6:54

This would also require one hell of a piano player to pull off live.

I think i may be using the same arrangement templates over and over like an Everclear song overusing cliched progressions, lacking rhythmic variation.

It has been fun teaching myself to write classical music.
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#120595 - 10/25/19 05:20 AM Re: Piano Concerto in A minor Hungarian [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Wait that middle part gets repetitive annoying and doesnt go where you want it to. This will be shortened and fixed...
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#120602 - 10/25/19 03:14 PM Re: Piano Concerto in A minor Hungarian [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Fixed version, shortened. Does not annoy me to listen to.

Part 1 take 2.
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#120683 - 10/31/19 01:46 AM Symphony # 2 in G Minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Last thing I will add to this for a bit... And will probably postpone posting until these are finished from now on... for all 5 of you.

Anyway...

Second short symphony is complete. It runs 38 minutes in total.

#2 Complete
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#120766 - 11/08/19 10:05 PM Re: Concerto in A minor [Re: CanisMachina42]
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And Part Two is for when life is a rough, mind numbing soap opera.

Concerto in A Minor Hungarian (Part 2)

ongoing full version



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