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Congratulations to our peabodymfnm students! There are so many amazing opportunities for all of our students to get involved both on and off campus peabodyproud • • • • • Congratulations to PeabodyMFNM students Ely Miller, Dmytro Nebesh, and Ashna Pathan for having films they composed for premiere at the MICA Film Festival last week. “It was truly magical seeing my music on the big screen for the first time,” comments Miller. Stay tuned for more student premieres coming up. filmcomposition shortfilm filmfestival MICA peabodyproud

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Part 1/3 of a new track called 'By The Sea'. Bit of a moody slow burner this one but probably one of my favourites because of that, and also the deep strings that come in later on.

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I HAVE THE BEST BOSS EVER! Please join me in thanking Jim for being awesome Ok I know what you are going to say. "Well these arent Neuman, so they can't be good microphones." Well lemme tell you, I own a couple nice microphones and have made some progress building my own ribbon microphones, stand by for more on that later But my boss Jim just gave me a sterio pair of these condensers Literally gave them! He is so supportive and I've already learned a ton from him about improving my own recording process. What an incredible gesture of support. I will always cherish these even after decades have passed and I work with studios who have incredible mics and hopefully owning a couple of them myself. These will always be with me. Recording two large bands this month and you can bet your house that you will hear these mics on these bands with my current arsenal. Thank You Jim! Best boss ever! I wish you had Instagram. thankyou bestboss microphones appreciation makemusic selfeducate bedroomproducer music sound piano musicians composition compose mixing recording MaestroAudioSuite film composition filmcomposition logicpro logicprox producer artist sampling orchesta

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Searching for new ideas 💡

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Columbus (2017) One likely would not jump to architecture as a universal topic for one to build a film around, however, first-time director/writer Kogonada's Columbus is an utterly beautiful and contemplative film that most everyone should be able to connect with in one way or another. The film, taking place in "the Midwest Mecca of Architecture", Columbus, centres on two seemingly-different individuals - one, a recent high school graduate, working at a library while also taking care of her recovering mother, and, two, an older man who has come into town to visit his father who is in the hospital and whom he has not spoken to in over a year. The girl, Casey (Haley Lu Richardson), is an architecture enthusiast; she even has a long and detailed list of her favourite buildings in the city. The man, Jin (John Cho), states that he has no affinity for architecture, though his father is a professor and leading mind on the subject, and so Jin has a deep attachment for the subject whether he chooses to accept it or not. Casey and Jin unintentionally meet and subsequently gravitate towards one another, and through their long discussions on architecture and life, while visiting landmark after landmark, help each other to come to terms with the less-than-ideal and often sad circumstances they are currently contending with in each of their lives. Columbus is a true testament that independent films are still able to thrive in this day of big-budget studio productions. Columbus is a stunning film; its cinematography and composition are both equally as important as the story that unfolds through it. This is illustrated no more than through the many shots of the characters simply walking with the focus for the viewer being on the architectural backdrops, or the cut-aways from conversation to simply show off buildings and vistas. What makes the film even greater are the phenomenal performances by the two leads - Cho (a well-recognized face at this point) and Richardson (who I did not previously know of, but really blew me away). Columbus is one of those unique films that takes you by surprise and holds onto you long after the credits roll - absolutely one to see.

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Last night's demo 👌🎻

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Congratulations to PeabodyMFNM students Ely Miller, Dmytro Nebesh, and Ashna Pathan for having films they composed for premiere at the MICA Film Festival last week. “It was truly magical seeing my music on the big screen for the first time,” comments Miller. Stay tuned for more student premieres coming up. filmcomposition shortfilm filmfestival MICA peabodyproud

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Part 3/3 of 'Chemistry'. Enjoy.

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A clip of my composition Arising Storm. Would love to have this one day, recorded by an orchestra and used in a film.⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣Get your free copy here: https:soundcloud.com/thewandererssolas/arising-storm⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣ film filmcomposing composition soundtrack soundtracks filmscore filmmusic musicforfilm musicformovie musicformovies filmcomposition celtics celticmusic celticmusician gaelicmusic magical magicalmusic mysticalmusic fantasy filmcomposer celtic gaelic folk folkmusic songpreview new euphoria powerfulmusic epicmusic worldmusic

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Part 2/3 of 'Chemistry'.

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Happy Holy Week friends, my instrumental reprise, “Interior Silence” is now available on YouTube & SoundCloud PeepIt LnkBio

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Part 1/3 of a new track called 'Chemistry' from one of two new e.p's I've got coming up soon! Going to put up the next two parts over the next two days for this.

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Friends, my instrumental reprise “Interior Silence” can now be found on YouTube & SoundCloud. Thank you for listening LnkBio

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MobileMovieMaking Tip 71: COMPOSE ECCENTRICALLY. No, we’re not advising you to become an oddball. “Eccentrically” here is used in its original sense: being off the center. You may think it’s natural to put your subject smack dab in the middle of the frame. But photographers long ago discovered that placing the subject away from the center adds visual interest. The first example here is from “You and I” directed by Syed Afzal. The second is from “City of God” directed by Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund. Technically, this compositional approach is known as the Rule of Thirds. The idea is to imagine a grid that divides the frame into three equal rows with each row consisting of three equal boxes. Each box is a third of the row, hence the name of the rule. To apply the rule: locate the subject at or near the intersection of any of the grid lines. Doing so will keep the subject out of the middle. In this digital era, we don’t have to imagine the grid. Smartphones and other mobiles have settings that superimpose a grid over the viewing screen. You can see what this looks like in the second image here. Thanks to the wizardry of software engineers, the grid will NOT appear in the finished shot. You see the lines in the third frame only because we took a screen shot of the viewer. Of course, as in all compositional matters, the eye can overrule the rule. If a subject really looks better in the center, you won’t go to jail for breaking the rule. That said, eccentricity will often give you a dazzling shot. mobilemoviemakingtips cinematography filmcomposition smartphonemoviemaking iphonemovies

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Production IS Composition! My education in learning how to work in digital music began here with these books but its expanded into a full library of music resources. Thanks Bill Gibson for writing these two hugely influential books. mixing microphones mirage roland makemusic selfeducate bedroomproducer music sound piano synthesizer synth composition compose beats sounddesign samples gearporn mixing recording MaestroAudioSuite film composition filmcomposition logicpro logicprox producer artist sampling orchesta

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Felt pretty good yesterday 😎❤

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“Whatever I pursue, the goal is to be great, and to leave my mark as one of the best to ever do it.” 🏁🏆👑🥇 thebaltimorebull

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In light of NationalFilmScoreDay I wanted to share my 3 favorite film composers. I will also share a clip of their music (my favorites) on my story. Without film music, our movie experience would be very bland and the inspiration we draw would not be as lasting. HansZimmer

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Wow so it’s been so long since I posted here! I’ve been writing, just hate the process of putting it up on the webs🕸 ( bit of a technology retard, I am 💁🏽‍♀️) But I’ll try to be better and keep you guys updated on my compositions I watched this film about Alan Turing recently and I fell in love with the story, and also with the the score by the master him self, Alexander Desplat. (and a tiny bit with Benedict Cumberbatch 😁❤️) I wanted to write something inspired by it ever since and I FINALLY got a day off yesterday so I got to make a short track on it. So here it is, “Enigma” inspired by the imitation game and alexanderdesplat 🤗♬ You can listen to the full thing on sound cloud, link in Bio theimitationgame film filmscore filmcomposer filmmusic alexanderdesplat celesta marimba composition filmcomposition benedictcumberbatch filmmusiccomposer

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