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  1. Paul Levasseur
    09-11-2013 04:41 AM
    Paul Levasseur
    Check your PMs sir!
  2. Paul Levasseur
    09-11-2013 03:30 AM
    Paul Levasseur
    The only work you need to do if you want to participate is to fill out a questionnaire and a survey.

    Hmm. I'm trying to decide what music to send you to check out.
    How about this? http://pumpernickel.ca/music/Meadows...erformance.mp3

    It is a piece for two pianos which is an example of how to do a lot with very little. The repetitive nature of it is what makes it interesting since I set up an expectation and then I thwart it over time. A lot of my other music is much more complex but I like the simplicity and meditative quality of this work.

    Keep in touch, dude! I Love what you're doing!
  3. Paul Levasseur
    09-11-2013 03:30 AM
    Paul Levasseur
    Ok, this is great!

    https://soundcloud.com/crystalkingdo...anoenvironment This is the piece I want to include in my project.

    The 'class' is called a 'Major Field Study'. In my DMA program, the first 2 years include composition lessons and coursework but year 3 is devoted to a research project which is a topic of my choice. So this isn't going to be a short 20page essay. The project will probably be c.a. 80 pages long by the time I'm finished. I'm particularly interested in how the compositional decisions you make are informed by your listening experiences with old JRPGS i.e. Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger in this case. My advisor for this project has said that he hears a new breed of tonality showing up in the last 5 years in music school. Rather than the usual atonal schlop, people are using tonal harmonies in a way none of the classical composers ever would.
  4. Paul Levasseur
    09-10-2013 08:43 PM
    Paul Levasseur
    Let me know if you want to hear any of my music as well. I can send you some stuff besides the film scores I posted in the forum here.
  5. Paul Levasseur
    09-10-2013 08:42 PM
    Paul Levasseur
    Orion, can I use Exploration Theme for my Research Project? I'm working on a project which talks about the music written by gamers and I think your music would be a fantastic addition. I am basically transcribing (Making sheet music) and analyzing music from gamer composers as well as transcribing music from popular video game soundtracks. I compare the difference and similarities between both. Let me know ;)

    Also, I want to hear an edited version of that medley you composed. Very excited to hear how it will turn out in the end!!
  6. Paul Levasseur
    08-21-2013 03:28 PM
    Paul Levasseur
    Rad!! I love music and I think there is a lot to be learned by checking out up and coming artists. Music school is stagnant!
  7. Mr. L
    07-30-2013 04:13 PM
    Mr. L
    Hey man,
    I've been meaning to drop by and say that I absolutely loved Bubbleman's Beach from round 1! :D

    I've been listening to it pretty much every day. I'm looking forward to what you come up with next!
  8. timaeus222
    06-29-2013 03:00 AM
    timaeus222
    Go ahead; I just messaged you about it anyways.

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