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    My first song

    Hi,

    I rearranged a bit my first composition I did (4 months ago) I am kinda new still compared lot of you ! ;p Anyways if any if you didnt heard it (I know a lot didnt!) it was
    http://www.rentgame.ca/song/toune1.mp3

    now my new one is

    http://www.rentgame.ca/song/toune1new.mp3

    If you see any amerilioration to give, say so plz I began to understand a bit more how to do some modulation and things like that now! If you have any suggestion for a title also.. none of my song are named

    thanks

    Saldor

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    Re: My first song

    Hi,

    Thanks for the comments! I am kinda noobish in music still ;p I use Sibelius but I just write note almost no dynamics since I am not really sure where to put what etc, I just used for my first time modulation in Cubase for do those effect of volume, so I would be glad if you could show me some! I am linking you my .mid (converted from .sib).

    Thanks!
    http://www.rentgame.ca/song/toune1.mid

    saldor

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    Re: My first song

    Saldor,

    Very nice composition. It's often difficult to get human-like performances with notation programs. There is a Sibelius Legato and a Dynamics (cresc/Dim) plugin on our Sibelius page that may help. Also, you may want to refer to Danielle's tutorials on working with strings and brass. The folks here are also an invaluable resource.

    I think your composition is excellent. Very catchy theme and look forward to hearing more of your work. Thanks for posting this.

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: My first song

    Hi,

    You can download it again, it was just a bit older version but the end is the same it was another part who was missing. Thanks for helping me.

    Saldor

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    Re: My first song

    Hi neo!

    Did you had time to check my .mid?

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