Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum

Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum

    
Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    23:46 on Tuesday, July 01, 2008          

Canadian
(903 points)
Posted by Canadian

Yay! Someone who cares!

Hehe, nice name by the way.

*places flowers on 'Oboe Forum' grave*

*walks away*


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    16:35 on Thursday, July 03, 2008          

blueeyedbassoon
(264 points)
Posted by blueeyedbassoon

I requently find the bassoon forum pretty quiet, but the oboe forum is usually more interesting than the bassoon forum anyway.


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    18:07 on Thursday, July 03, 2008          

iluvoboe565
(442 points)
Posted by iluvoboe565

Yeah I definetly <3 being able to talk about oboe stuff. Cuz u know, not all friends want to hear u blabber away about oboe stuff, they just don't see how interesting it is:D


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    12:35 on Sunday, July 06, 2008          

oboegirl
(352 points)
Posted by oboegirl

It has been REALLY slow lately! SOMEONE needs to start a new topic!! Anyone?


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    13:17 on Sunday, July 06, 2008          

Canadian
(903 points)
Posted by Canadian

I've tried... But there just is not enough people.

I usually cruise around the flute forum more now...


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    13:57 on Sunday, July 06, 2008          

tenorsax13
(534 points)
Posted by tenorsax13

Hooray for flutes!


JOIN US

lol


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    13:16 on Monday, July 07, 2008          

iluvoboe565
(442 points)
Posted by iluvoboe565

grrr... utube is still blocked at my house... must convince father that i am trusted enough to be on utube... must brainstorm...


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    08:14 on Tuesday, July 08, 2008          

bp_oboist
(132 points)
Posted by bp_oboist

does anyone want to talk about music?.. i really don't have anything to post about. not that anyone has answered to them anyway! haha. i personally like michael torke's javelin and run. has anyone heard or played them? what about eric whitacre's october?! AWESOME OBOE PART!

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well i think october's oboe part is good.. the solos are good i know that much. haha i'm praising a piece i've never played! ha

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aadding again. i uploaded a score to my page if anyone cares. i'm still trying to figure out how to get a recording on tehre too so you can hear it


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    15:04 on Tuesday, July 08, 2008          

bp_oboist
(132 points)
Posted by bp_oboist

yup.. the oboe forum is dead. *grieves..* *walks away sadly*


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    15:39 on Tuesday, July 08, 2008          

bp_oboist
(132 points)
Posted by bp_oboist

life! yes! i've been on all day... and NO ONE HAS SAID ANYTHING!

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i honestly don't think it's gonig to pick back up. the oboe forum has died, and unless we can revive it.. i don't think much is going to happen for a long, long time. it could also be that since it's nicer out in some parts of the world that people are enjoying it instead of sitting on the computer talking about the oboe.. just a thought though.


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    13:18 on Wednesday, July 09, 2008          

iluvoboe565
(442 points)
Posted by iluvoboe565

yeah, i agree

i dont like being on the computer all day, i'd rather do other stuff.

its not that no one posts we just dont have that many people

at least we aren't like the poor bassoon forum... zoom just barely posted something today, but before that their last activity was in the beginning of june... wowzers


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    14:32 on Wednesday, July 09, 2008          

bp_oboist
(132 points)
Posted by bp_oboist

Haha, I'm trying to get a recording on there too so everyone can hear it.. if only I can figure out how to get it into a different file. Right now it's under my brother's Zune files?? It used to be under my iTunes file, but something happened. I'm tryin to write something for oboe but it's not going to well. I guess now everyone knows I compose . I'll get something for oboe written soon. Then, everyone will be able to play it


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    14:51 on Wednesday, July 09, 2008          

bp_oboist
(132 points)
Posted by bp_oboist

It could be.. but I'm honestly not sure. I have no idea how to use the Zune software. I know I have a copy of it on iTunes, or I think I do. I'll have to check it out. I emailed the admin, so hopefully he can help.


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    15:39 on Wednesday, July 09, 2008          

iluvoboe565
(442 points)
Posted by iluvoboe565

zunes are microsofts wannabee ipod killers... like anything could kill the ipod... hehe


Re: In Loving Memory of the Oboe Forum    16:57 on Wednesday, July 09, 2008          

bp_oboist
(132 points)
Posted by bp_oboist

Zune is a wannabe, you're right. No, I don't use Sibelius.. I find it too complicated (I have the demo of Sibelius 5). I use Finale PrintMusic 2006, but it's limited to a lot. Like I can only use 24 staves when I compose for full ensemble, and it's very tricky to fit a full orchestra into 24 staves.. lots of doubling on the same staff. I also cannot use cue notes for some reason.. but either way, I don't know how to make it so that I can put the sound recording on here. On iTunes it's an AAC file or converted AAC file (because the recording originally came from a CD.

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We got a new computer over the last year, so all my old Finale files were lost.. including Under the Shining Stars' synthetic recording. I have three copies of the score and parts (I was originally going to send it in for review and publication, but I sent it in for Manhattan Beach Music's composition contest)... Finale also has something called SmartLite Scanning or something like that, but I don't know how to use it. That might be able to get a SYNTHETIC recording of, but until I figure out how to use it.. the recording is a no go.


   








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