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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2007 5:43 pm   Post subject: What is your personal taste in (instrumental) sounds? Reply with quote


subtitel: Door Dog Music... Ethno music instruments <-> Electronic sounds


Hi, SST friends and Film Score freaks !

... I am still new here and like to have a better orientation about the "nearby 20,000 crowd" of SST. Meanwhile I got some wonderful contacts and intersting discussions. It is really great joy to share with you this phantastic interests.

Some of you maybe already know me from the Chat. I am enthusiast of "Indian Classical Music". Inspite I love every kind of Film score type. Bombastique philharmonic orchestra, pure piano style or modern, spaced sounds of Electronics, or heavy beat percussions. Depends if everything keeps in balance.

In my view, my feelings and emotions a "good sound" means expressing mostly that what the pictures on their own - within the different sequences and binded in the whole move - like to tell. But no doubt ! - A good move has to have excellent music composition. It's like the dot on the "i". No dot, no "i".

From the San Francisco World Music Festival 2007 some unique instruments, "real instruments" have been presented, maybe neither you have seen or heard before. Do you know what's a kamancha is ?? - Or a tar, gu-qin and not missing, the Indian instrument sarode ??

Some photos and the renowed musicians herefore see
http://www.sfworldmusicfestival.org/festival/artists.html

Did you know that one of the best Indian music maestros, Ali Akbar Khan (settled in San Francisco) was the composer of famous "Little Buddha" ! - That way maybe you are interested to know more from this sub continent...

Anyhow. Let's share your personal taste of instrumental sounds if you like ?? - You prefer more pure natural sounds, or you are this mousce clicking specialists creating sound dramas by bits & bites via MIDI, USB and Composing software ??

With interests I follow your aspects of qualitatively film score music...

Enjoy! - Greetings from Europe/Germany/Hamburg - ElJay.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2007 7:20 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


Hi ElJay - I'm impressed by your musical enthusiasm! I haven't heard much Indian classical music - what do you recommend? I enjoy lyrical Bollywood soundtracks and their percussion.

Perhaps you would like to edit the subject line to ask "What is your personal taste in instrumental sounds?" so you receive more responses.

I enjoy symphonic sounding film music as well as electronic stuff that samples from ethnic music, similar to Thievery Corporation or Bombay Dub Orchestra. Have you visited Entranced.FM - SST's sister station that plays electronic and chill music?

I think you said earlier that you were a radio producer. I'm curious - what kinds of music/programs does your station produce?
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From the topic title i was guessing that you were to talk about instrument sounds. Youknow, about sounds of piano, or guitar, or cello

As for me, i really like this Cello sound. Very deep and emotion-full.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2007 7:06 am   Post subject: Reply with quote


PomPom wrote:
From the topic title i was guessing that you were to talk about instrument sounds. Youknow, about sounds of piano, or guitar, or cello

As for me, i really like this Cello sound. Very deep and emotion-full.

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Hello PomPom !

... nice to meet you. "Cello" is a good keyword. We had a couple of days before a discussion in the Chat room about.

If you talk with a Cello player he/she says it is a very simple instrument. Cello let me remember immediatelly to the Barock music. A good friend of mine, one of the best Cello players in the world, Gavriel Lipkind did the recording of all Bach Suites, amazing (www.lipkind.info).

Another one of bach is for piano, called "fuga" (Wohltemerierte Klavier), written in "A Minor". Might listen to as Midi file here, got the tip from the Forum of Soundtrack-board.de:
http://rapidshare.de/files/17852032/fuga.mid.html

(part I (C-/D-Major and c-Minor) can be found here:
http://www.piano-midi.de/bach_d.htm )

A lot of MIDI stuff of BACH is here:
(also with part I and II of "Wohltemperierte Klavier")
http://www.kunstderfuge.com/bach/chorales.htm

Bach in Film Scores ?? - Do not really know a lot. Some view scores have Bach (Choir) music inside, e.g.:

* Sur Le Bout des Doigts - Various
Scarlatti; Schumann; Bach
* The Dudes of Wrath - Shocker Reprise (Choir music)

Enjoy ! - Greetings from Europe/Germany/Hamburg - ElJay.
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zirael wrote:
Hi ElJay - I'm impressed by your musical enthusiasm! I haven't heard much Indian classical music - what do you recommend? I enjoy lyrical Bollywood soundtracks and their percussion.

Perhaps you would like to edit the subject line to ask "What is your personal taste in instrumental sounds?" so you receive more responses.

I enjoy symphonic sounding film music as well as electronic stuff that samples from ethnic music, similar to Thievery Corporation or Bombay Dub Orchestra. Have you visited Entranced.FM - SST's sister station that plays electronic and chill music?

I think you said earlier that you were a radio producer. I'm curious - what kinds of music/programs does your station produce?



Hi, Zirael !

... Bollywood. O.K. ! - Did you know that originally "Indian Classical Music" was the basis for BW Film Scores over decades.
Here about and about your question of my job I will send you seperatelly a pm.

For all who are looking for some tunes and rhythm patterns, to get an idea, what Zirael means have a jump to my online Video dBase, just select the section "rhythm", or "ICM for Bollwood music"

http://imcradionet.vodpod.com/

Bombay Dub, that's amazing stuff. Very good Tipp, modern progressive and treating Indian Classical Music with respect.
If you like to know more about the project of Garry Hughes and Andrew T. Mackay, listen into the tracks at Myspace or visit the website directly:

http://www.myspace.com/bombayduborchestra
(Excellent the videos about the recording process in India)
http://www.bombayduborchestra.com

Enjoy ! - Greetings from Europe/Germany/Hamburg - ElJay.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2007 7:24 am   Post subject: another project of SST ???? Reply with quote


zirael wrote:
Have you visited Entranced.FM - SST's sister station that plays electronic and chill music?


... thank's for that tipp. What is SST doing more ?? Shocked - My God. Exclamation Why I found this site here ?? Question - It seems SST and all the activities around are eating my "live time" heavily. Laughing Try me best to snip some time and listen into the "sister".

Brothers, keep cool and enjoy ! - Greetings from Europe/Germany/Hamburg - Eljay.
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I find I like a lot of the traditional Japanese instrumentation. A lot of it continues to be used in modern media... no doubt a result of Japan's nationalism and traditional heritage.
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Hi, j2b !

... thank's for the tipp. "247" I will have a look at. You're surprising me positively day by day. Very Happy

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PomPom wrote:
From the topic title i was guessing that you were to talk about instrument sounds. Youknow, about sounds of piano, or guitar, or cello

As for me, i really like this Cello sound. Very deep and emotion-full.

Pom


Hi, Pom !

... just want let you know my new posting about the "12 Cello Players". Maybe you like what they recorded with Film Score music.

http://www.streamingsoundtracks.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=4553

Enjoy listening to good Music ! - Eljay from Europe/Germany/Hamburg.
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I should add to my instrumental preferences - high strings like from those Golden Age composers, woodwind solos, piano, acoustic guitar, also partial to the taiko drumming and koto (probably similar to Weaponlordzero's tastes), tablas, hammered dulcimer, and whatever sounds Thomas Newman achieves with his wacky instrumental assortment.
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