Peíorele

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About Peíorele

  • Rank
    Slime (+5)
  • Birthday October 12

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Australia
  • Interests
    Early music, trees, mountains, painting, handheld consoles

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    youtube.com/peiorele

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  • Biography
    I'm an Australian musician and artist with influence from early music such as Renaissance, Celtic, Medieval and Baroque. I upload monthly cover songs to my YouTube channel, and everything (performing, recording, arranging, mixing, drawing/painting, video editing, etc) is done by me. I'm a self-taught singer and I play a varied collection of instruments including the trumpet, acoustic guitar, piano, celtic harp and percussion.
  • Occupation
    Artist/Songwriter/Musician
  • Twitter Username
    peiorele

Artist Settings

  • Collaboration Status
    3. Very Interested
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Logic
  • Software - Preferred Plugins/Libraries
    EW/QL, tgsf21x
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Lyrics
    Mixing & Mastering
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Harp
    Piano
    Trumpet
    Vocals: Female
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    Frame drum, ocarina, ukulele

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  1. Normally what will happen is your video will be flagged for copyrighted content, and the copyright owner will monetise your video alongside you, meaning you share ad revenue with the copyright owner. This usually won't give your channel a copyright strike (YouTube will send you an email outlining what's going on - who submitted the copyright claim, how it affects your video, whether or not the claim will result in a copyright strike). My explanation is a little vague as all companies react differently, but most have agreements with YouTube for this sort of thing now. It's really just a matter of try-and-see, imo. Don't be afraid to monetise your stuff as it's a lot better for musicians now than it used to be. I hope this helps!
  2. I agree with this, perhaps I got too carried away trying to make it sound like the original, lol ^^; Ahhh, I do struggle with this in a lot of my work... I'll be sure to try and change things up a lot more in the future! Thank you for taking the time to listen and critique my work, @classic_gamer_76, I sincerely appreciate it!
  3. Hi everyone! First time posting in this section of the forums... Kinda nervous! I wanted to share my cover of Jesper Kyd's song 'Ezio's Family' from Assassin's Creed 2. I'm not intending on submitting this to OCR, because I know the arrangement is far too conservative to warrant submitting, but I would like some feedback on my production quality, mixing/mastering, performance etc. so I can improve when I do decide to submit something to OCR. All the voices and instruments (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, celtic harp, piano, celeste sample) are performed by me (except the violins), and I also did all the mixing/mastering. This was a collaboration with ViolinGamer who performs all the violin parts you hear in the piece, therefore all critique regarding his performance would go amiss on me! Though, tips on mixing violins would be appreciated. A few things I know I could work on straight off the bat: the recording was mixed too quiet by normal standards (probably due to the solo vocal's dynamic range throughout) the mix is possibly too wet for most people, but I personally enjoy it as it sounds similar to the original song the outro between the guitar, harp and celeste could've been more in time with each other Here's the links to download/listen to the cover: YouTube video | FLAC download | Apple Lossless download
  4. This is a fun idea! I would buy something like this. Additionally: you could consider doing a series of videos in which you (or someone with a nice speaking voice) reads your poetry aloud. You could have an artist draw up a nice background related to the video game your poem is inspired by, and maybe an OCR track played softly in the background (with the ReMixer's permission, of course). This would serve as a great promotional tool for your published work. I'm not sure of the niche overlap between video game fans, literature lovers, and spoken word pieces, but you never know!
  5. This was really enjoyable to watch, such beautiful work! I was mesmerised from start to finish.
  6. I want to express my interest in participating in this - my genre is early music (celtic, medieval etc) acoustic-based. I'm not sure if that's the type of thing you're looking for on the 'slow' disc?
  7. I really enjoyed listening to this piece! It's very atmospheric so it paints a picture really clearly; a lone traveller in a mysterious, foreign land (perhaps a cluster of floating islands?) is enchanted by the colour and life of the otherworldly music. I loved the change of pace at the midway point. Really well done!
  8. Um, hey! I'm new here (to OCR, not the world of choral music), and I'm super interested in this project. I've been searching for a way to improve my vocal skills in a community, and this looks really fun! I can fit into the Alto or Soprano position; my range goes (comfortably) from the F below middle C, up to D two octaves higher than middle C (I'm not quite up to the "A" you've listed as the preferred soprano range, though). I can read sheet music and I'm flexible with filling parts if needed.