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Dennis
As far as the harmonies...depending on how intense the part needs to be I will rerecord things in 3 or so octaves (major emphasis on the core tones that set the mood in each chord). Believe it or not the tempos are a thought that I had. I created a metronome track of the speed of the piece and played it back through the headphones when I recorded. Then at the end I removed the metronome track so it wouldn't be in the final recording. Check out my webpage and listen to "Dance Movements". There are 4 movements, and it totals around 18 minutes, but it's worth it. The third movement was written without woodwinds (just a brass mvt.). Conversely, the second mvt. was written without brass. I think my favorite is the third mvt with the chords in it. I get chills every time. I sent the recordings to the composer (Philip Sparke), and he said his jaw hit the floor. He was flabbergasted that anyone had thought of doing this, and thoroughly enjoyed it!

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-Dennis
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Dennis
It's all multi-tracked in my living room...HAHAAH! When I get time I want to work on Waltz of the Flowers. I also have Swan Lake I want totry. All in time!

-Dennis
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Dennis
Thanks! Yes I multitracked it. It is entirely played by me. I have a few more, but most are still in copyright land...I don't want to get sued! LOL
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Hi! I love the new forum; I just came back and I'm so pleased with the changes!

Do you think, if at all possible, there could be a marching/drill forum? Many musicians are also in marching bands/fieldshows/drum corps and it would be great to have a place to discuss all of the topics associated with marching and performing!

Thank you very much!
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treblepilgrim
I'm still hoping to hear from anyone who can name the tune I posted on Nov. 4, 2006. From, Treblepilgrim. It was played at the end of The Simpsons one time during a Lisa-centred episode. She is standing on a bridge at night and playing this wonderful melody on her saxaphone. If anyone can help me with the title, I want to find the whole score. Thanks. Treblepilgrim
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pianoplayer_02
hi. i want to delete my forum profile and i need to know how to do that. thank you
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cheryl1810
oh yea.
it doest...


dunno what went wrong..
i'll record it again soon
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cheryl1810
Hey! thank you so much for uploading my song!
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electric-clarinet
Hey! I love this site, it's changed so much since I first started coming here like 2 years ago. It's an awesome place to get advice and to help other musicians learn new things. The free music is a plus for those of us who aren't able to order everything online. Thank you so much for all of your hard work at making this site what it is today!
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8notes.com_admin
Thanks, and thanks!
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Hey David,
I like all the improvements on the site. Very nice picture of you too!
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8notes.com_admin
We've launched a new comment section on member profiles. Here on my profile page feel free to post comments and suggestions for the site.
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