Started by Crudblud, September 30, 2016, 06:00:36 PM
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Quote from: Crudblud on May 26, 2017, 10:44:33 PMWell friends, here it is, An Ængliscmans Partyta for solo violin. And it can be yours at the click of a button! Do buttons click? Some of them clack. Others ping or bing. I guess I didn't really think that one through. Anyway, if you like pinging, binging, clicking and/or clacking, I have a feeling this one's for you!I still don't know how to embed YouTube videos on this forum, so here's the video.Meanwhile...Downloads are available in mp3 (V0) and FLACAnd alternative streams are up on Bandcamp and Soundcloud.Thanks for reading, I hope y'all enjoy it!
Quote from: Mahlerian on May 28, 2017, 08:24:16 AMI'll be fleshing out a sketch idea for solo violin soon, and your piece provides just that much more inspiration about the sonic possibilities of the instrument. Quite excellent.
Quote from: neilasuolubaftahT on May 26, 2017, 11:21:41 PMGonna listen shortly, I always enjoy your works
Quote from: Neil Asuolubaftaht on May 31, 2017, 05:17:41 PMI forgot to follow that up sorry.Very evocative piece, I like the the slower-paced very concentrated kind of mood the partita evokes. The use of artificial harmonics (I presume) where very colorful, quite a lyrical piece too. I found your use of musical space and form over the six movements to be intriguing (as it's something I'm trying to find within my own stylistic aesthetic).Yep, I liked it a lot!
Quote from: Neil Asuolubaftaht on June 07, 2017, 04:22:47 PMSounds sweet, I enjoyed it a lot
Quote from: Neil Asuolubaftaht on June 07, 2017, 04:22:47 PM(very short though)
Quote from: α | ì Æ ñ on June 12, 2017, 04:59:36 AMDan/Crudblud, I've been really enjoying the hell out of your work lately, I downloaded around 9 of your albums from your site and have been putting them on over the past week. I've almost collapsed on my computer (I just watched twin peaks episodes 5/6 TWICE today, 5 being two re-watches, lol) from tiredness but I will follow this up tomorrow.
Quote from: α | ì Æ ñ on June 13, 2017, 10:22:03 PMI've been listening to repeatedly quite a bit:Fat Trout NeighborFrozen Bob's Estranged Wife (such a Zappa title )The HoleMale Goat Odes Salami Which I've been enjoying the most
Quote from: α | ì Æ ñ on June 13, 2017, 10:22:03 PMAnd I checked out earlier stuff like "The 20th Century" and The Salad, which are very fascinating to hear I do sense a sort of kinship as a composer, we've both been influenced quite strongly by certain composers. Though, while I'm still stuck having to rely on musicians to do my dirty work with my classical compositions, you've kinda taken the synclavier idea (but in the 21st century) and really run with it, which I admire. There's some really cool stuff I've heard there so far, still listening of course
Quote from: Rons_talking on June 13, 2017, 11:15:25 PMThese are exciting works. You seem to use every element to get so much variety. I like, in particular the "portal" piece. It's so high, low, thick and thin in terms of texture and density. Good work!
Quote from: Crudblud on June 13, 2017, 11:54:14 PMUsing computers to make music just started as a dumb little thing to do after school when I was around 11 or 12 or so. My friend showed me this goofy demo software and I started playing around with it when I should have been doing my homework.
Quote from: Crudblud on June 07, 2017, 11:01:30 AMHere's the first in a new series of short pieces that I'll be uploading only on YouTube. It's basically just going to be like a sketchpad, things dashed out in an hour or so for fun. I'd been meaning to start it for a while, but hadn't had any ideas. Today is a friend's birthday, so I decided to write a little piece for him.
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