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10 Jul 2009
Remember the thread where I asked about carreer advices etc since I was applying for a sound engineering school, and wasn't sure about what I wanted?
Anyways! Today I just got to know, that I got in 171 applicants and 12 spots, and I got one of them!
I'm just so excited I had to make a thread, it feels so awesome. I'm definetly not unsure about this any more, this will be awesome
7 Jul 2009
Hello, I've lately become interested in writing some symphonies, nothing fancy, I just want to try and see how it's done, even though it might just be a few bars or whatever. I thought of ways to write, when I write rock music or whatever I usually fool around with my guitar and then write it into guitar pro, and then add drums etc from there.
But for writing a symphony, I thought about guitar pro for a while, but the classical composers didn't have access to guitar pro so I suppose they just wrote the sheet music. Are you supposed to have an instrument and try out the melodies etc on and then write them down? For example, did Wagner (for instance) sit by his piano and write or did he just hear melodies in his head and write it out on paper without playing and figuring out wich notes it was etc? And how on earth are you supposed to listen to it all together, do I have to be able to look at everything and just imagine it all coming together in my head? Or is it just enough to know the theory so you can see that it doesn't sound overly dissonant unless where you want it to sound dissonant and then hope for the best?
Lots of stupid questions, but if anyone has any tips on this I'd love to hear it
30 Jun 2009
*Warning: Minor cartoon nudity in link
This looks really weird, and I'm hoping this is just bullcrap, but is this true? That sounds insane.
I'd love to hear someone from Serbia tell me more about this if possible
Edit: Just to make it clear, I know a blog is a really really untrustworthy source, and that's why I'm asking about it here to see how it really is, and hoping that it's not true
Edit2: I'm really sorry for not warning about the minor cartoon nudity, I really did not see it before, my eyes just passed without noticing or thinking about what it was.
11 Jun 2009
Hey, I'm odering an electro harmonix memory man with hazarai from thomann now, but I felt I could add a drum practice pad to the order since I feel it could be fun to practice some drumming, mostly just for fun, but I figured it might help my sense of rythm.
Anyways, I have no idea what I should be buying since I'm definetly not a drummer. Should I get something like this: http://www.thomann.de/se/remo_rt001000_uebungspad.htm ? Or maybe something like this: http://www.thomann.de/se/xymox_practicepad.htm ?
Should I get a pad that I can mount on a stand or not? And how do I know wich ones I can mount on a stand?
Some really confused questions, but I hope somebody can help me a bit.
2 Jun 2009
The last year I've started dreaming about becoming a professional musician. Not in the rockstar kind of way, but with hard work etc, you know what I mean. Anyways, now it seems like I could be getting into an audio engineering education, as I just got a letter that I was one of the 31 persons to advance from the first test to the final interview. I think there are about 16 places on the education or something like that, so the thought of studiying that just became a lot more real to me compared to when there were 150 applicants for those 16 spots.
Anyways, that's what's making me think. I still want to become a good musician, with the ultimate goal of having it as a carrer, and in one way, going for this education for 3 years seems a lot like giving up to me. But the thing is, the education is at a music school and there's a lot of contact with music, so it's not like I'm moving from music completely. And I'm also aware of the fact that it's really hard to make a living out of music, especially since even some of our best and most awesome instructors here don't do it. But still, dedicating my life to something else for 3 years when I should be practicing guitar and music theory 100% seems like a waste of 3 years, even though I understand that it's probably the "right" or at least the safe thing to do. And I will still be able to practice music and guitar, I might even be able to start a band with some of the persons studying music there, but there's still something that makes me feel like this is giving up. Even though I can probably study music or something after those 3 years, but then I'm sure I'll have lots of depts for the loans I have to take to study etc.
Wow, this is a horrible wall of text that doesn't make a lot of sense, but it probably reflects the way I'm thinking very much. I just don't want to give up on my dream and think "what if" in 10 years. What I'm basically wondering is if you think that there's a chance to combine this education with that dream (for example, being an audio engineer makes it a lot easier to record and produce my own things etc, I know that but..), or if it's giving up.
Any replies would be great, this is a big deal for me and I don't know what to do. Worst part is that I need to be 100% sure that the audio thingy is what I want to do when I go there for the intreview, but the more I try to get in that state of mind, the more second thoughts I get. That might be me being stupid, but it might also be something I should worry about. I don't know. ANY advices or thoughts or anything would be immensely appreciated.
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9 Feb 2011 - 14:12
Happy 20th birthday :) I hope you are having a great day man!!
4 Jun 2009 - 19:15
4 Jun 2009 - 15:56
Thanks man glad you appreciate the advices and input from my side.
Don't hesitate to ask anything.
10 Nov 2008 - 2:20
Thank you for the vote !
I am so happy that my forum participation helps you out.
Write me any time man , I am here for you
7 Nov 2008 - 2:29
Hey :) Just wanted to thank you for the Anathem - Are You There? song recommendation in the "amazing emotional song" thread :) Can't stop listening to it! It's beautiful!!
24 Sep 2008 - 14:44
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