Semproser17 karma2020-04-15 12:11:45 UTC
I distinctly remember enjoying this game as a kid so don't beat yourself up too much :)
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Semproser8 karma2021-02-17 10:23:14 UTC
Your story reminds me of "the firebird scream".
Here, it's hilarious:
An unrelated question, do you find the "generic epic background orchestral track" that is very common in movies good to play? Or does it feel a bit more like a chore when the music has no obvious purpose or emotional value?
Semproser3 karma2021-02-17 10:36:49 UTC
I write orchestral music purely as a hobby (digitally, through realistic midi VSTs) and may end up having something played by live musicians at some point. Are there any common newbie mistakes composers make when they're having their work played by real musicians for the first time?
Like not leaving enough breath gaps or writing in impossible ranges for the real instrument etc.
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