November 19, 2006 at 5:03 pm #239477
Hey there everyone.
As an early christmas present I bought myself a new keyboard. (Well my Dad did, and now I’m having to pay it all off.) I now am the proud owner of a Yamaha PSR3000.
One of the reasons I wanted a new keyboard, is for the option to record and edit my own songs without having to connect to a computer. Over the past month or so, I have been messing around and have created 7 different pieces of orchestral music, that range from 30 seconds to 1 minute 30 seconds long.
Now I wasn’t just doing this for nothing, I have uploaded them up onto my website, with the hope that someone will use them in their movies. Please tell me first, though. And also don’t forget to mention me in the credits of your film!
And now that I can record so easily I want to make the most of it.
So, if you want some original music to be composed for your movie, contact me!
Obviously, I have to like your film, I’m not just going to create something for a 30 second long fight sequence you created one evening. It would also be cool if you didn’t just ask me to compose something for you, but maybe told me what you wanted the music to sound like, and the atmosphere you want to create. This way, you can get the music you want, without me having to re-record lots if things over, and over again.
Rstudios Music :: They’re not anything too amazing, just messing around and testing. (c) rstudios 2006 Composed and Played.
– rstudiosNovember 19, 2006 at 6:04 pm #239509
The pieces were nice to listen to and in time but a little blande. Work on making more complicated and catchy tunes with a solid drum part.
-Little StudiosNovember 19, 2006 at 6:39 pm #239533
Thanks. Although, I was listening to some of the movie soundtracks I have, and most of the songs (especially the slower ones, like the songs I have made,) have no drums.
I’m currently working on a few more songs, and I will try and add a few more parts. 😉
– rstudiosNovember 20, 2006 at 1:46 am #239662
Pretty cool. Some of those tracks made me think of Mario 64.November 20, 2006 at 3:13 am #239670
“Shale” wrote: Pretty cool. Some of those tracks made me think of Mario 64.
Glad I’m not the only one who picked up a Nintendo influence.
“Happy” reminded me of when Mario first encounters the camera in Mario 64.
“Strings” reminded me of the underwater stages from Donkey Kong Country.November 20, 2006 at 4:07 am #239676
Hmmm, action was OK. Not very musical or complex.
Happy: Not bad, a very odd trumpet.
Horror: really weird. Not very musical meh.
Mysterious: interesting pizzacato track. A bit repetitive.
Piano: This is not bad. INteresting orchestral accompaniment.
Don’t charge 1 dollar per second for songs over a minute. It’s a pretty outrageous price considering that you’re only an amateur at this.November 20, 2006 at 4:11 pm #239724
“Tim” wrote: Don’t charge 1 dollar per second for songs over a minute. It’s a pretty outrageous price considering that you’re only an amateur at this.
Oh my god, is that still there? I wrote that ages ago when I was considering actually buying the keyboard. I’m not doing that anymore.
Thanks for all the comments everyone else, I’m currently working on some more complicated tracks…
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