|Composer looking to collaborate with sound engineer||Locked|
|Jun 23 2012, 11:41pm Anchor|
Hi, my name's Joey Copenhaver. I'm a self-taught composer with no previous formal training (like many others out there). Currently, my goal is to improve my production skills and learn more about recording/editing orchestral music. I have only recently started recording my own music so my production experience is limited, causing me to spend way too much time editing and too little time writing music. So, I'm looking for an experienced sound-engineer/producer (preferably specialized in orchestral music) to collaborate with. I am not looking for pay/compensation of any kind.
You can sample my demo tracks here:
soundcloud . com / joeycopenhaver
"The Departure" is currently the only orchestral recording I have up... I apologize if that's not much to go off of. I do expect I'll be uploading new tracks in the near future.
EDIT: I suppose it wasn't clear what my ultimate goal was. I am simply looking to grow as a musician. Eventually I would like to outsource my music to various types of media. However, in the mean time I would like to learn more about audio-engineering. I want to find someone who's experienced in engineering, willing to experiment, and just have fun composing/arranging/editing music.
Edited by: Explojoseph
|Jun 25 2012, 1:39am Anchor|
what exactly are you looking for ?
|Jun 25 2012, 4:58am Anchor|
Well I'm interested in this. I'm a senior studying audio engineering in college. I've not done anything with orchestral music before, but I'd like to get some experience. If I understand you right, I think I can be a help to you.
I don't compose much music, but I'd like to get into video game audio. So this would be fun for me!
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