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Post by Rickard Sun Oct 17, 2010 8:41 pm

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Post by Rickard Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:16 pm

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Post by Pitch Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:30 pm

I didn't have a classical schooling or know anything about harmonics, but I will try and give you my personal opinion about this. I hope you can appreciate that. When reading your introduction I thought, wow he knows what he is talking about and put a lot of thought in it.

When I heard the midi, I didn't 'get' it. I could not identify the different parts you mention and then, in my experience, it suddenly stopped. I could not distinguish a structure or story to be told withing the music.

Also I had the feeling some of the notes didn't belong there.

It's hard for me to tell you this, because I know how hard it is to put your work out in the open for evaluation, but I also know that I want to know that what emotion I want to transmit does not arrive in the mind of the listener. I could choose not to reply, but really I can't because I'm about to share my 2nd composition and would appreciate the same feedback Smile

But keep up composing and enjoying all the pleasures that it brings. And if I don't get it due to an unevolved music brain you can discard my opinion because Im not the audience you composed it for...

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Post by Rickard Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:04 pm

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Post by Pitch Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:52 pm

Ok, the suddenly stopped remark can be dismissed. Smile Don't be discouraged by one opinion about a piece that is not even finished! But I see you already know that.

I really don't understand the thing about whole tone scale and harmonic scales. I guess whole tone scale is all white keys and I believe harmonic scales are different ' on the way back' or something?

Ah well that doesn't matter. As long as you create something close to your heart and you enjoy it, keep doing it! Not everyone like the same luckily. I will never understand hardcore or death metal for instance Wink

Please feel free to be have constructive criticism about my piece. Wink

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Post by Pianoted Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:23 am

Pitch wrote:...
I really don't understand the thing about whole tone scale and harmonic scales. I guess whole tone scale is all white keys and I believe harmonic scales are different ' on the way back' or something?

No, not necessarily, a whole tone scale is a scale that has only whole steps, as opposed to major scale, which has whole and half steps. But you're right about the harmonic scales (I think, because I don't know much about them.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whole_tone_scale
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