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davison6
Tuesday, July 16th, 2002, 04:41 AM
Anybody here like modern classical? If so, check out my stuff at www.mp3.com/ecumenus (http://www.mp3.com/ecumenus). Oh, Hellstar, next time You lose the URL, just come to this thread.

Tchort
Tuesday, July 16th, 2002, 11:37 PM
Sounds interesting, I'll check it out :)
Thnx Davison

davison6
Wednesday, July 17th, 2002, 12:05 AM
Originally posted by Tchort
Sounds interesting, I'll check it out :)
Thnx Davison Great! Hope You enjoy!

Hellstar
Wednesday, July 17th, 2002, 06:08 AM
Originally posted by davison6
Anybody here like modern classical? If so, check out my stuff at www.mp3.com/ecumenus (http://www.mp3.com/ecumenus). Oh, Hellstar, next time You lose the URL, just come to this thread.
:D Davison, This time I wont lose it, man I asked you so many times remember,

Everyone, please check his music out, its creative and even elevating to some extent, while being atmospherically presented as old memories.

Those chaotic rhymes is what tricks my mind.

Im a musician my self, so im wondering how much is improvised and how much is conceptualised, and the result is interesting.

http://images.mp3.com/mp3s/79/resources/565/485/files/5654856.jpg

davison6
Wednesday, July 17th, 2002, 08:20 AM
Originally posted by HELLSTAR

:D Davison, This time I wont lose it, man I asked you so many times remember,

Everyone, please check his music out, its creative and even elevating to some extent, while being atmospherically presented as old memories.

Those chaotic rhymes is was tricks my mind.

Im a musician my self, so im wondering how much is improvised and how much is conceptualised, and the result is interesting.

http://images.mp3.com/mp3s/79/resources/565/485/files/5654856.jpg Thanks, Hell. I appreciate that.
I'm not an instrument playing musician (Hades and most of the rest of my music is composed entirely on the PC), so very little of it is improvised. The exceptions are Lord of Terror and The Wild Hunt. I use a combination of mental and computerized techniques to compose. Usually the output from the software I use has to be processed by hand to come up with something I really like. But those two came out very nearly perfect for the mood I wanted, so I hardly reworked them at all, just cleaned up a few stray notes. I'm not sure what You mean by "conceptualizing", but I find it hard to compose music with a particular mood, like sadness or love. However, I'm better than software at chords and progressions, while software like Gingerbread is pretty good at creating moods if You know how to use it.