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You're a pro.

How old are you? How many years of composition experience do you have? What instrumental experience do you have? What software are you using?

Answers to any/all of these questions would be appreciated. ^_^

(don't worry, that's not me outside your bedroom window)

Edit: Bright Oranges on (whatever the rest of the title is) has an Original Sims flavor to it at parts. (And that's a compliment.)

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I am actually only 20, and I am trying to find my niche in the industry. I used a combination of about 3 different kinds of software to get that sound for some of the piece, while a majority of the pieces used EWQLSO, and EWQLSO Pro.

Sean

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Great stuff Sean! I too use EWQLSO its a great program. I do not have any of the choral samples though- are they easy to work with? I'm really impressed.

I'm a fellow composer for video games. If you're interested, here is my webpage: www.madsenstudios.com

I have been involved in 6 projects (one for Nintendo!)and am looking to do more work. Would you ever consider collaborating on something?

Keep up the great work-

Nathan Madsen
www.madsenstudios.com

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Hey! Thank you.

I actually find the choirs to be easy to work with. There is a slight curve of learning though.

I would definetly like to collaborate on something. Drop me a line at:

seanbeeson@seanbeeson.com

or

My AIM Is filmcomposerman

Thanks,
Sean Beeson

[Edited by - Sean R Beeson on April 8, 2006 11:12:23 AM]

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Such variety. It's nearly impossible to predict your songs. I particularly enjoyed Concrete Gods, Bright Oranges and Pillars of Silk.

Is the website of your own design?

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I actually have Justin Smith designing me a new layout. I had someone helping me, but due to personal issues, that person had to back out. So I was left high and dry with no site :)! I am glad you enjoy my music.

Thanks,
Sean Beeson

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Same here, Sean. I jumped at the chance to get a site redesign and Justin looks like the man to do it.

BTW, your work is awesome and I'm ultra jealous of your software libraries. It's one of the reasons holding me back from doing more orchestral stuff. Rather, I write plenty, but I don't show it often because I know the instruments are lacking...

Anyways...keep it up. You going to E3?

Tony

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sean, you are a god!
I especially liked the 9 minute "spiritus overture".
I'm sure, you will find a job in the gaming industry if you really want.

Are you only doing orchestral music?
I'm asking because I heard some distorted guitars in "The Mob Life" at 0:56. :)
Did you record them yourself or are these samples?

Anyway... great job.
Looking forward to hearing more!

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Thank you for your kind words. I am not anywhere near a god at all :) I am jsut trying to make it! hehehe.

I actually, believe it or not, love to write impressionistic piano music, and stuff like this piece:


http://www.seanbeeson.com/fallleaves.mp3

And something like this as well:

http://www.seanbeeson.com/Regn.mp3 ( Wrote this when I was 17, sounds a little dated)

Or some piano music:

http://www.seanbeeson.com/Music/Recital/Le%20Fromage.mp3

http://www.seanbeeson.com/Bright%20Oranges%20on%20the%20Edge.mp3

http://www.seanbeeson.com/Piano.mp3 ( Also write this when I was young, so yeah .... :p

The guitars are sampled from Monzter Guitars, which is a nice library.

Thanks,
Sean Beeson

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hehe, ok.. not a god, I was just excited. ;)

Your work is really impressive. That Regn mp3 sounds pretty good too.

I just don't seem to have the patience writing music.
My interests are just too diverse... I wish I could concentrate more on one
field.

...hm that's gotta be coding :D

see ya

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Quote:
Original post by miromir
www.royaltyfreemusic.com
www.opuzz.com
www.partnersinrhyme.com
www.synthtone.com

Could you please try to at least add something other than a few links to the thread, especially since in this case Sean has posted some of his works for people to listen to and perhaps give feedback?

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