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Hi. Surfed in here via a link with Samballenium which I downloaded from Mininova. Interesting stuff. Samba a litle bit too “cloudy” in the bass for my system but I think this is probably deliberate. I’ve lots to listen to and have Akido playing at the moment. I have been missing all of the eclectic synth music that I used to find on the late, lamented Ampcast. Maybe a new door has opened for me. Good to find you. I wasn’t all that young when I started to listen to T Dream in the 60’s so you can see I’m keeping the faith!
Glad that my music can be part of a new hope in eclectic music for you. And Akido rocks!!! Thanks for checking out my stuff, young one. ;-)
Hi. As an aspiring film composer, I have been getting more interested in your music. However, being from the UK has meant I can’t find your music very easily, even as digital download. The piece I’m looking for in particular is Impulse; any help?
Hi there everY line is abOUt,
You can find Impulse on my latest release on the empreintes DIGITALes label: http://www.electrocd.com/en/cat/imed_0895/
You can hear some of each track by clicking on the green triangle.
I’m a big fan of your music since the “days of old” when I was composing and I had to listen to your works as school assignment :D Glad to see you have a website and you showcase your work! Love Alexanderplatz!
Thanks for your kind words and support!
Really nice music. I play piano but unfortunately I can’t compose. So, please tell me how to do that. In a few words. ;)
Try to copy others, use your ears, take some courses, have fun. ;-) BTW, when I say ‘copy’, I don’t actually expect you to do the exact same as some other artist. It’s that in the act of trying to do the same, you will fail, most probably, but you will have learned much.
Thanks for your answer. Do you think it’s worth to buy note sheets from film composers to study them?
Yes! Debussy, Stravinsky, Herrmann, John Williams, etc…
Ned, I’ve been on a quest to find you since I saw the BBC movie “Jumbo: The Plane that Changed the World.” There is a gorgeous, haunting solo piano piece near the final quarter of the film (narrator is reciting event surround a failed wall on the jet, closeup of blonde woman’s profile in front of the jet) — the music nailed it, the emotion, the texture of the story perfectly. At first I thought it was Ludovico Einaudi, but that didn’t turn up anything — couldn’t find details on a soundtrack or music score listing. Is there a way to purchase a copy of this song?
I only wrote a couple of cues for the documentary, and that is not one of them. I have no idea who wrote it. You would have to contact the producers, sorry.
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