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College is rough, and composin' is very far down on my priorities list. I'll see if I can't take a few more swings at it this winter though. For now, a little ditty I'm pretty sure I already uploaded upwards of 2 years prior, THIS time with a sawtooth tuba. The tune doesn't really go anywhere yet, b...
Not quite as ragtime-y as I had initially envisioned, but still a decent bit catchy. Tried just a smidge of experimentation with chords in this one; think it turned out alright. Definitely feel like it could do with another section between frames 3 and 4, though I'm lacking inspiration in that depar...
- Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:59 am
- Forum: Original Music
- Topic: Shall we dream together? - (VRC7) (0.5b)
- Replies: 4
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Gosh, this is really well put together for such a simple tune. I tell 'ya, while I'm real fixated on the default 4-channel setup, there just isn't the space to pull off chords like this. Sounds like a nice song to fall asleep to, and I mean that in the best way possible of course.
Y'know what? I retract my minor nitpick. Tried swapping out one of the arp channels with your standard square and it just doesn't have the same PUNCH or PIZAZZ. Now perhaps if the volumes had been fiddled with that could've been improved upon but I'd say keep what you got. 's good stuff.
- Thu Nov 24, 2016 5:12 pm
- Forum: Original Music
- Topic: Porchlight [2A03] (Version 2 bois)
- Replies: 3
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Huh. I personally couldn't notice the effects of the 426 on the triangle channel. Just kinda left them in. But if they're unnoticeable at best and annoying at worst, I'll be sure to take them out. And yeah, the melody was kinda intended to be repetitive. Something easy to play, but also easy to buil...
Honestly, this is pretty solid as is. Can definitely feel the underground theme you're going for. If there's ANYTHING I'd change, and this is just a minor nitpick, perhaps you could cut down on the arps you have for the lead in the last 4 frames. I see it's split into two channels, so maybe try havi...
- Thu Nov 24, 2016 6:02 am
- Forum: General Talk
- Topic: Difficulty with Replicating Music
- Replies: 2
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From my experience you just get better at it the more you do it. You'll grow more familiar with the layout of the music scale, which ones have sharps and which don't, and I'm sure eventually it'll get to the point where you can listen to a tone and say, "Ah! That's a G." Practice makes per...