This is a piece I wrote last week. The title comes from Shakespeare: “To Thine Own Self Be True.” I enjoyed writing this melodic, orchestral piece:
Tonight I’m sharing this goofy piece I wrote yesterday using exclusively synthesizer and sound effect patches on Logic. This is a little different for me, as I have tended to go in the orchestral direction. I had a lot of fun with this one, and incidentally my wife said she thought the beginning sounded like an introduction to a podcast 🙂
I wrote this piece today because it fits my mood and circumstances. Maybe I will explain more on another day. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy this tense, dramatic orchestral piece:
Here’s a piece I wrote a few weeks ago. I would describe it as wistful, enchanted, other worldly, magical. Enjoy:
This is a piano/orchestra piece I wrote a few days ago…
Tonight’s piece is meant to be comical. I had fun with the orchestration, taking a hodge podge of sounds and throwing them together. I also had fun with the tempo, speeding up and slowing down the main theme for some rather ridiculous, but hopefully enjoyable results.
This is a piece I wrote in the last few days. It has a bit of a magical vibe, perhaps supernatural. As usual, having fun with my digital orchestra 🙂
Here’s a piece I wrote last week. It feels like a symphonic movie soundtrack, and has a classical guitar riff playing throughout.
I wrote this piece today to explore doing some orchestration in a more classical style using Logic Pro. I used legato strings, pizzicato strings, staccato strings, and tremolo strings, each of which is a separate instrument on the program. In addition, I used flute, clarinet, bassoon, and “full brass,” which in this case sounds like trombone and trumpet.
Today’s pick comes from a treasure trove of recent compositions. I had a lot of fun with this one, from the fun offbeat melody to the low brass bass.