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BeatscribeMusic

Member Since 03 Nov 2010
Offline Last Active Aug 24 2015 03:46 AM

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In Topic: An Alchemist Reborn 2-D Snes styled Top Down Adventure RPG WIP

22 August 2015 - 07:10 AM

Secret of Evermore is a very dear classic from my childhood. I will provide you any music you need. I have emailed you, here are some relevant samples:

 

https://soundcloud.com/beatscribe/consequential-the-void-asmadi-games


In Topic: Music portfolio feedback

05 February 2015 - 07:26 AM

Soundcloud is a great place for putting a portfolio of your work because it's very accessible too. It has great responsive phone UI and loads pretty quick even when embedded in a page. You don't have to worry that some custom flash player of your samples you put on your website won't come up on somebody's iPhone or some off-brand phone. Soundcloud is very smart about that. I would imagine if you were shopping for a composer and got 3 sites, and 2 sites didn't even load up on your phone, you'd already be leaning toward the third guy just because he made things easy for you. 


In Topic: Good AU for Peruvian/Bolivian Bamboo Flutes

05 February 2015 - 07:03 AM

Thanks guys...the closest thing to what I hear in my head was the Pan Flute from Ra...add a little reverb and it sounds like south american mountains...I am gonna check those out though...

 

I purchased Gypsy for this project, time to sort out these guitars with like 10 articulations!


In Topic: How do you learn to compose different genres?

03 February 2015 - 12:44 PM

I listen to a ton of the new genre, for like 3 days straight, then I don't listen to any of that genre for 2-3 days, than I try to compose something in that genre. If there is some unique instrument, I listen to solos, watch videos of people playing, even if I'm recreating it with a synth or a sample program, I want to obey the rules of how you really play it. This has worked well for me doing some work with the shamisen, lute and various woodwinds, none of which I actually owned or played. I doubt my method will lead to amazing innovations in the genre, but my clients usually end up happy with what I create.


In Topic: Eat drink and poop music

08 February 2014 - 07:30 PM

I've actually been following you on Soundcloud a while. You make some epic stuff! 


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