Hi, I'm a composer and 3D artist. Additional skills include intermediate programming (primarily Python) and web design. I rarely check this profile so it's probably best to contact me by the listed email.

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faulk
faulk Apr 23 2013, 11:20am says:

yay. :D

a waltz! I love waltzes. I think this is a good effort here. ;-)

not a bad soundfont either.

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faulk
faulk Apr 23 2013, 11:22am says:

I'm curious, what program did you sequence it in? I might try and get back into music making. also, did you use a midi keyboard or did you sequence it by hand? I respect your abilities. :D

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JigsawPieces
JigsawPieces Apr 24 2013, 12:05am says:

Thanks :)

I notated it by hand in Guitar Pro 5. I wrote part of it on my keyboard, but I rarely record with it since it's usually just as quick (and more organised for me) to notate it. Then I imported the midi file into Cubase and applied the nice virtual instruments.

Actually, I wrote the percussion parts (minus the timpani) in Cubase too, kind of spur of the moment. Cubase, FL, etc. all have crap ways of notating, in my opinion. I prefer being able to see the score with the staffs.

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faulk
faulk Apr 24 2013, 11:49am replied:

I see what you mean. When I tried my hand at midi sequencing, I used Noteworthy Composer. That lets you enter the notes on a staff. There was something very cumbersome about it, though. Maybe Guitar Pro makes it easier. I'll have to do some research.

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Who knows what this is for. Even I don't know. I don't! Okay. I do. But you don't! Nobody else does. Okay. Well, a few do. But most people don't. So shut up! What else... that's all.

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