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I did it!!!
And by 'it', I mean 'managed to make a Flash thing that would basically allow me to submit my musical compositions as deviations'. Of course.
So that's all this thing is. It's a way of submitting music that I composed as a deviation, since the submission of music files isn't allowed.
I'm probably not supposed to be doing this, actually, since music files aren't allowed and I'm basically trying to work around that, but... well. At least two whole people have requested that I try to submit my music as deviations, so I did!
And, uh, yes!

Anyway, please listen to this and tell me what you think. It took me about five days to compose, and I put a lot of effort into it.

Heh, I probably made the 'interface' more flashy than it needed to be...

The quality isn't brilliant because I wanted to keep the filesize low. And the original file was a midi (converted to mp3 since Flash can't import midis...), so its quality wasn't great to begin with anyway.

So yes! Feedback, please!

(Oh, by the way, the file is about 1.7MB, and it doesn't stream, apparently. So, uh, it won't start playing until it's fully loaded. Be patient!)
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This 'ere be a piece o' moo-sick that I done composerised!
It's been a while since I composed a "Ramble"... But this one's certainly named aptly, I think! I mean... because it's the 19th ramble of mine. But also because it rather does ramble on quite a bit and goes off topic all the time!

This isn't some shallow tune that you can get everything out of in your first listening. It'd probably take you more than one time(s) to even be able to *follow* it... because it's *weird*. Uh... "eccentric", yes, that!
I was also experimenting quite a lot, using all sorts of overlapping melodies, peculiar harmonies (and some intentional slight dissonance), new themes basically every 4 - 12 bars, mood changes, key changes, time signature changes, etc, etc... As such, like I said, it's "eccentric" and probably might not be most peoples' cup of tea perhaps!
Because music and tea are totally different entities.

Anyway, the quality's pretty low to keep the filesize low, but you can get a (9.25MB) mp3 here: [link]

Feedback is greatly appreciated!!

(This was composed in a music notation program called Sibelius and took about three days, working on it on and off.)
(ALSO I THINK IT'S ART WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT DOESN'T BELONG ON DEVIANTART!? o_O)

Oh, also, apparently I forgot to add a preloader thing, so it doesn't load anything until it's fully loaded. So be patient; it's 1.7MB so probably won't load instantly!

ALSO, PLEASE listen to the whole thing before commenting!!
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My second Diurne! It's... complex and odd and, uh, piano soundish! Like most of my other pieces, really.
Maybe I'm getting TOO, uh, "eccentric' though with my compositional style...? I mean, is this a nice tune? Does it flow well? Or are there just too many notes all over the place so it's hard to follow...?

Also, if any of you are at all curious about how long these things take, this one took like... seven hours or so, working on it on and off while doing other things for some of that time, too. So not long. But that's probably because I compose fastly (and carelessly and sloppily, I suppose, just like with my visual art!).
And I use a music notation program called 'Sibelius'. Just so you know.

And if you're at all interested in knowing what the SHEET MUSIC looks like for this, you can see it by clicking the "ART.midi" thing in the top right corner of the player; on the page you get to, you'll (maybe) be prompted to get the "Scorch plugin"; download that, and then you'll be able to see the sheet music embedded in the page, and will be able to behold its absurd unplayability! : D

Anyway, [HERE IS AN MP3 OF THIS.]

Tell me what you think! Which bits you did and didn't like, etc!

(I suppose I should stop submitting MUSIC to this ART site, eh...? o_O)
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Badaboom

New version of my probably most popular tune. Was redone as a demo for Eastwest's Hollywood Strings library. First it was accepted, then declined for some reason. Well, at least some portfolio work!

Do not download this! The music directly streams from my website. To download the piece go here -> [link]
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Here's a little piece to fill my current gap of music releases until I'm done with Dreams of Flight.

This piece was written last Summer, I cleaned up my project folder yesterday and stumbled upon it, so I decided to finish the mix and release it. :)

Download link (music): [link]
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Another short character theme for the Enios project. Very piano driven again, but with a lot of rather experimental electronica elements.

Download link: [link]
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"Last moments"

Its been a while since I have submitted some music, so heres an experimental loop, hope you like it ^^





Download: [link]
Musical Sketch No. 72 (c) ~inferno988
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"...waiting for the eclipse"

Now that i had more free time i could explore a little more the ActionScript 3 in flash >.>

So this is the first attempt to combine coding with animation :nod:

Exams are ending and vacations are almost here, so expect something nice in the near future :3

Enjoy! :D


Animation and coding (c) *inferno988
Music: "Parting Forever" by TommyUlysesGrant (on Newgrounds)
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This is the "behind the scenes" of my happy new year animation: [link]

Some info of the finished animation:

Tools
:bulletblack: Adobe Flash (visuals)
:bulletblack: FL Studio + Digital Keyboard (audio)

Stats
:bulletblack: Frames: 5 drawn, 5 mirrored.
:bulletblack: Animation framerate: 15fps
:bulletblack: Music BPM: 180

Time
:bulletblack: Animation: 4-5 hours
:bulletblack: Music: 1 hour

I will make a proper animation mirroring tutorial later. This technique is helpful to save time when animating symmetric motion.
If 'mirroring' is not the right technical name, feel free to correct me XDDD

Used the same technique on the following animations:
- "Lopunny walk cycle": [link]
- My current avatar: [link]

-Music Download on the link below-
Musical Sketch No.36 [link] (c) ~inferno988
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Hooray!!! First music submission!!! :w00t: However, this is not the first song I have written. I think that this is the best possible choice to be posted as my first music submission. I did the song using ACID 6.0 and the Garritan Personal Orchestra program (which. is. AWESOME!!!!). And the music player using flash of course. It was actually my first time using flash 10 and its interface. I love it! :love: Only a trial though. :tears:

Anyway, this song is written for my game Cosmic Gem - Planet Horizon as a boss battle theme. The thing is I don't know which boss I think the song suits best yet. That's why for now the title of this song is "Battle Amongst The Stars", otherwise it would be "The Battle Of >Insert boss' name here<.

Special thanks to =PsychoticTurtle for providing me with the Personal Orchestra! and ACID and Flash too I guess. ;P

Song is 3:14 long. And there is just one part of the song that don't really like only because it actually sounds fake at 1:12 in to the song and again at 2:24. But, I can't find anything to make it sound less fake. Oh well... I guess. And it pretty much just loops twice, and sounds exactly the same, so right now it sounds a little too repetitive. I might make it less repetitive, but until then learn to deal with it!!! Brandon!!! :XD:

I hope you all enjoy my music. This is the first of many to come! :aww:
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Well this song actually was originally intended to be written as the background theme for my Whirled room [link] , but after the first part of the song, I ended up writing the rest of it as a love song. ^^; *blush* So my intentions for writing this song changed completely after the first day. But I still used it as the background theme for my Whirled anyway since it seemed to fit well.

I like to think of this as the official version. I changed the instrumentation just a little bit to be more to my liking. I recently added in a 14 second intro, I felt it worked out allot better and complimented the rest of the song the way I think it should. ^^

Update as of 2/16/09: Changed the Harp to be one octave higher, added reverb and lowered volume level to prevent it from clipping/distorting in several areas of the song, fixed the MIDI tracks that were missing a single note for some reason.

Blue Star is written and composed by ZBot9000 and is approximately 1:06 in length.

Hope you all enjoy it! :aww:
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Inspired by ~AnanziP1's success with Luke's theme, I attempted to make one for Jayli. Technically, this is not a movie. However, I am attempting to tell a story with the music - listen well, and perhaps you will see something?

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Please wait for the music to load... I apologize for the large file.

I am trying to depict Jocarra's internal struggle regarding how she is perceived by others - always, tales of a demonic beast precede her and shroud her truth from sight, so that never is she Jocarra, but rather the N'allai Wysae-roja, the One who Holds the Key - the One without a Name. For her, much of the story is spent seeking one who can see beyond the myths and half-truths - blessed and cursed with power and grandeur, it takes much time before she finds such an individual...

I did my best to fill my music with a sense of foreboding and hesitance, yet despite the lingering uncertainty, there comes the call of obligation to serve the greater good in a time of war and strife - symbolized by a subtle call to arms in the woodwinds. The melody is graceful but haunted as many minor keys are. Instrumentation builds to a climax, then fades a whisper... but her story is not forgotten.

My first attempt to compose anything in Fruity Loops 5 - I may rerecord the midi flute with my own playing, but I have a feeling I'll be too lazy... I've never used this program before, and I really don't know how to add any effects or anything like that - I would like to add more dynamics and perhaps some rubato, and it definitely needs a ritardando before the transition into the second part of the piece, and at the end, too... but oh well.

FL Studios 5, plus some editting in Adobe Audition. 4 minutes 53 seconds. Took approximately 15 hours to learn the program, write/transcribe the music into FL, and tweak out most of the bugs.
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FULL VIEW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC

So, I was struck with a bad case of insomnia the other night... I was rummaging though some of my old .midis, and found a clip from an old game called Gemstorm, a Tetris-like puzzle game. However, being in .midi format, it was in pretty sad shape and not all that pleasant to listen to, so I decided to resurrect it and give it new form, as it were. The song was not written by me, but arrangement and instrumentation are - I have no idea who the original composer is, and I apologize, but again, the name of the game was Gemstorm, if you're interested in finding out.

~5 hours in FL Studios 5, and ~5 minutes in PS.
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Memories from the Lake, by Jan A. P. Kaczmarek.
Flute and arrangement by me.

I probably could've played the flute parts a lot better than I did, but I got lazy, and I have a sore throat. Also, sorry for the poor quality - Flash's movie compression killed it. Oh, and yes, the song is supposed to end that way, and yes, I know the string part is too loud =/.

Arranged in FL5, and editted and finalized in Adobe Audition.
~3 hours.
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My friend and I composed this song 2 years ago. 2 pianos, a guitar and some synths.
Hope ya like it, and merry Christmas.
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Image generated in Processing based on tutor by silencefreedom.

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My friends requested me to write a couple of tracks for their class animation. Minimalistic melodies with simple use of orchestra elements, but not like classical, should be ambient and abstract emotions.

Please comment if you can, no matter how bad or good you think. It helps me a lot to fix any mistake I have made. Thanks a lot!
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Just messing around with ewql samplers...
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Flash by me.
Art by me.
Animation by me.
Original composition by me. :)

It's really short, and it is made to be repeated, but I didn't have time to finish it all. I love the opening, then the sketchyness doesn't really have a pattern.. Unless you can come up with an alternate theme.

I recorded all the sounds. The orchestra warming up is the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra. The piece is composed and played by yours truely. There are little things in the music which I could improve, so don't crit so much lol. Just enjoy the short piece (keep in mind, it's meant to repeat. I just took out part of it to make the animation shorter). ENJOY!!
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1. This is my own composition.
2. I did not play it; a string quartet came in for a workshop and played it for me (sight reading).
3. The sound quality is reduced so much in flash, so poo on that. :P
4. Enjoy!!

Yea, I worked so many hours on this, and forgot about it until now, and I just wanted to share this with the deviantart community. =) I just wish this was a professional recording, because then all the effects would have shown through (such as the cartwheel effect with the first and second violins in the 3rd variation), and the little tonality mishaps would be fixed up. So, this is a tango I wrote for a movie I'm working on with a friend. It consists of 4 variations, each variation staring one of the instruments of the ensemble (1 & 2 = 1st & 2nd violin; 3 = viola; 4 = cello). Oh, and while you are critting, keep in mind I am only in my second year of composing, and I am only 17 (almost 18), still in high school, lol.

Please don't use this anywhere without my permission. No sticky fingers, thanks!

Art and original composition (Tango for String Quartet) Kristan T, *kaykaykit
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Uploading this again, because I just plain like the image.. ;P But the music is different. Yet another composition.
So, something to listen to, while looking at the image (which is the main reason it is uploaded).. BUT IT IS A FLASH!! xD
It's me playing piano (you can hear my bird sing a note in the background also).
This is an original composition, by me. Please don't use without permission.

Art and original composition (Orange Melody) Kristan T, =kaykaykit
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[edit] Finally added sound and music to this thing. I made the music and sounds in Fruity Loops. The only sound I didn't make was the giggle which is from soundsnap.com. More of the picture is interactive - so move your mouse around everywhere. Several things make twinkly noises/musical sounds[/edit]

People kept suggesting that I add more of my flash stuff to deviantart so here is my current intro for my website, [link]

Parts of her face are interactive, so go ahead and move your mouse around

Clicking on the links won't take you to those pages from here
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