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Waves Of Memories

Postby iurie » Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:38 am

Someone asked me to post here tracks that I compose.
Here is my new track Waves Of Memories, and I know is horrible.

https://soundcloud.com/geontime/waves-of-memories

Released under free cultural work license CC BY 4.0.

It is composed only with:

DAW: Ardour
Instruments:
Piano, Violas, Cellos, Clarinets, Crotales, Cymbal - Linux Sampler plugin with The Versilian Community Sample Library
Violin - a-FluidSynth plugin with Sonatina_Symphonic_Orchestra_SF2
Effects:
C* Audio Plugin Suite, Claf Plugins, MVerb, some plugins provided by Ardour

OS: Debian GNU/Linux

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby Michael Willis » Sat Jun 08, 2019 3:29 pm

iurie wrote: I know is horrible.

There is no reason to say such things, nobody expects you to be a master. Besides, I rather enjoyed it. The arrangement of thick harmony in the strings sections juxtaposed against the distant melancholy piano makes a really nice sound. I'm excited to have somebody else here that is doing orchestral music.

In case you haven't seen this, Mattias Westlund has a very approachable set of articles about virtual orchestration on his site. He also has a forum called Scoring Central with a small friendly group who are very willing to help people learn more about virtual orchestration. One of the most active members of that forum is the author of Versilian Community Sample Library.

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby iurie » Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:46 pm

Michael Willis wrote:The arrangement of thick harmony in the strings sections juxtaposed against the distant melancholy piano makes a really nice sound.


Thank you for appreciation. :)

Michael Willis wrote: In case you haven't seen this, Mattias Westlund has a very approachable set of articles about virtual orchestration on his site.


I reading this now with a coffee... very interesting. :)

Michael Willis wrote:
He also has a forum called Scoring Central with a small friendly group who are very willing to help people learn more about virtual orchestration. One of the most active members of that forum is the author of Versilian Community Sample Library.


I'll definitely join the forum.

Michael Willis wrote:I'm excited to have somebody else here that is doing orchestral music.


Do you have works? I am curious to listen them. I have read somewhere about your motivation to develop the reverb Dragonfly Reverb, i.e. to use it for concert music. Do you have any tracks to see how you are applying it for this?

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby Michael Willis » Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:22 pm

iurie wrote:Do you have works? I am curious to listen them. I have read somewhere about your motivation to develop the reverb Dragonfly Reverb, i.e. to use it for concert music. Do you have any tracks to see how you are applying it for this?


Yes.

https://soundcloud.com/user-201997735

Also here are some older ones:

https://instaud.io/1Tzw
https://instaud.io/Pt7

Some time I want to revisit the last one. I have this idea of doing a five-piece suite inspired by different things I enjoy about going outdoors. The "towering granite" on my SoundCloud is a rough draft of one of them, and the last instaud.io link is another one I want to called "Looking toward starlight".

Now that I'm wrapping up the dragonfly project, hopefully I can get back to writing music!

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby iurie » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:15 pm

Michael Willis wrote:https://soundcloud.com/user-201997735

Also here are some older ones:

https://instaud.io/1Tzw
https://instaud.io/Pt7

Some time I want to revisit the last one. I have this idea of doing a five-piece suite inspired by different things I enjoy about going outdoors. The "towering granite" on my SoundCloud is a rough draft of one of them, and the last instaud.io link is another one I want to called "Looking toward starlight".

Now that I'm wrapping up the dragonfly project, hopefully I can get back to writing music!


You are very good on orchestration, and I like your style, what you are writing, is closer to me. I wanted to say that continue to do this... go back, go back to writing. :)

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby jonetsu » Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:35 pm

iurie wrote:Someone asked me to post here tracks that I compose.
Here is my new track Waves Of Memories, and I know is horrible.


That someone is me.

The piece is pretty good.

@Michael: Thanks for the links.

Cheers.

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby milo » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:59 pm

I agree with Michael. This piece is quite nice - both the composition and the sound engineering. A casual listener might be fooled into thinking some of those were acoustic instruments here and there. I was impressed.

I listen to a lot of classical music, but I don't aspire to compose it. That's far beyond me. :)

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby folderol » Wed Jun 12, 2019 6:40 am

Very enjoyable. Particularly like the later part with the flutes and violin,

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby tavasti » Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:20 am

iurie wrote:Here is my new track Waves Of Memories, and I know is horrible.

Objection! I think it was great!
Linux veteran & Novice musician

Hear my music at https://audiu.net/users/tawaste

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby lilith » Fri Jun 14, 2019 7:51 pm

I really like this one!! It totally reminds me on Zbigniew Preisner:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGcajwR136E

In case you don't know him, check it out :wink:
https://soundcloud.com/lilith_93

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Re: Waves Of Memories

Postby psyocean » Fri Jun 21, 2019 6:42 pm

It's beautiful music! Big like! :wink: :!:

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