Old message # 4705

Actually there does exist a lot of stuff that deals with this-people like Charles Mingus,George Russell,Gunther Schuller,John Lewis,and Miles/Gil Evans wer...

06/01/2004, by 0 replies
  Paragraph 2 message no #4691

This sounds like a resolution of an on-going discussion of two friends of mine. One (A) is a really (musically as well) well educated music...

05/31/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 4691

Peter.. Thanks for the tip. The similarity of this to some big band arranging hadn't struck me before, but that's not a bad thought. When I first read yo...

05/30/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 4688

I don't have any experience here, but it seems like you should look to the big band arrangers for this kind of thing. Ideas with various solis, background...

05/30/2004, by 0 replies
  The jazz form

I have for a little while now been interested in combining classical and jazz sounds. The aspect of jazz I enjoy is its rich harmony and the freeness of i...

05/30/2004, by 0 replies
  Finale -> PDF

Or, do what I do (from Finale). You basically just print it to a file, then use ghostscript (free) and gsview (free) to do the con...

02/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Finale Graphics

Billy, To save your chart as an uploadable file, go to the graphics tool under the advanced tool palette. Then just go to the Graphics menu and choose ...

02/12/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 968

for time immortal composers have found lead and paper handy little devices as well. Then if you have a scanner you are in business.

02/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 966

Hehe, thanks for that indepth explanation of why 20 have downloaded and no reviews... And, thank you much Ryan for your help. well, i havent exactly ma...

02/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 963

oh so by the way... where is your lead sheet to the tune?...

02/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 962

well that just means that 20 people listened to it or some of it. They may have just had a second of time to listen for a minute and had to run. I would ...

02/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Just my thoughts on your tune

Hey Billy, I am just checking out your tune now, and I think it's a great first attempt. Here are some things I would do differently... 1.) Sin...

02/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 951

20 people have downoaded my composition, and none have commented? :(...

02/11/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 866

Sorry! My fault, the file list should show up now.

02/10/2004, by 0 replies
  file list

Am I the only one too stupid to get to this file? I only see an Upload link in this room... jbl...

02/09/2004, by 0 replies
  Jazz composition

what do you guys think of it? Its my first composition, that ive finished anyways that is jazz. My chord progression is rather repetative, how would i make...

02/09/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 716

Why not just get a nice headphone setup?The piano sounds on the S90 sound great when properly amplified. I know what you mean by a sound suggesting a co...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies

Yeah, I just got it a couple months ago and am very happy. My landlord informed me yesterday that he was receiving complaints about neighbors above me and...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies
  Old message # 709

Cool, you have an S90, eh? That's what I've been using for a year and a half. Just bought a 50 key Edirol to go along with it. I love the "early fu...

02/06/2004, by 0 replies

SMG: Thanks for the response. I have been getting hammered (no, not drunk, just long late hours) at work this week and haven't had time to resp...

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