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[SPAM] Couple of short piano pieces

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2017-07-23 15:28 [#02525719]
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Wrote these yesterday after returning from holiday:
(sheet music: %20Up.pdf?dl=0)
(sheet music: )

Thanks for listening


offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-24 09:28 [#02525746]
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song 1: first time i listened it sounded
randomish/splattery/complicated/messy, just in a descriptive
was, not a 'bad' way, because it was new to my brain. Some
music, perhaps more interesting music, has high replay
value. So I played it a couple more times and now probably
got more in the 'zone' you were in. Predicting what comes
next is maybe a large part of music listening, and you can
do that much better after multiple listens. Maybe more
repetitive music sounds better on the first listen because
the repetition is easier to predict. But on subsequent
listens it becomes more boring and more complicated music
does the opposite. It's also creative how the song's reply
of 'shut the fuck up' replied to my reply even before I
replied it. Also "have fun at band camp sweetie, don't
forget to pack a sweater!" "Yo, I'm Eminem Ice, I made it
big at band camp, and so can you, word."

song 2: This is sporjippy. I like the twiddle twinkle part,
it was very.. vibrant. Ha, I like the closure at the end.
It's mentally challenging (mentally challengED?) too. Has a
lot of uniquely decorative parts. creative.


offline mylittlesister from ...wherever (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-28 16:15 [#02526100]
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What inspired the name of the first piece?

Would be nice to hear these on a real piano, played with
some real dynamics.


offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2017-07-28 16:25 [#02526101]
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I was at my friend's house last night and played them to her
and she said the exact same things, spooky D:

Umm, to be honest, it was really just that when I was
writing it (I composed both of them straight into Sibelius),
I had just been seeing so much right-wing hatred on twitter
and that was my natural reaction to it... I almost didn't
keep it as a title since it's so at-odds—hope you liked
them despite the lack of real piano involved!


offline Haft from Tublin (Ireland) on 2017-07-28 19:48 [#02526112]
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These are class tunes


online Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-28 20:14 [#02526118]
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reminds me of Rachmaninov


offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-29 06:39 [#02526210]
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Here I made a remix of the most repetitive part of your
first song:


offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2017-07-29 11:38 [#02526226]
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Very nice, the organ sounds lend themselves to it, gives it
an almost elegaic feel.

Also thanks Haft and Hyperflake for the good words :]


offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2017-08-04 13:51 [#02527165]
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This is a little bit of fun I had with the spoken sample, "I
guess I'm just not used to being chased around a mall in the
middle of the night by killer robots" from the film
Chopping Mall, making percussive and melodic samples
from it.

Chopping Mall Killer Robots


online Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-08-04 14:35 [#02527167]
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loool makes me think of a mutant duck waddling through an
industrial sewer


offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2017-08-04 16:17 [#02527183]
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Ha, yes I can visualise that :D


offline Hyakusen_ on 2017-08-06 23:14 [#02527481]
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ha, you still depressed ?
i can visualise that.


offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2017-08-07 20:46 [#02527556]
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Depressed? No, not at all :)


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