Started a composition tutorial series on my other channel...

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Started a composition tutorial series on my other channel...

Postby Warbalist » 22 Dec 2013 01:49

If anyone is interested, here are the first and second videos.





On another note, CURSE YOU, LIGHTWORKS FOR NOT EXPORTING PROPERLY!
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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby Injustrial » 22 Dec 2013 07:28

I could always use more composition theory. Great job so far
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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby Warbalist » 22 Dec 2013 23:44

Thanks a bunch. Super glad it can help you out.

Yeah, I noticed a sad lack of composition theory lessons/tutorials a number of years ago, so I'm finally trying to remedy that. I'll be keeping away as much as I can from western music theory so that people who don't have extensive knowledge or training in it can still use the information.
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Postby S.P.P » 23 Dec 2013 03:23

I've been struggling to make intros for way too long now, and seeing as I work chronologically it's really dampening my writing as a whole.

If you could make a video on proper intros and explain about it, I'll love you forever. <3
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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby Warbalist » 29 Jan 2014 00:35

Pyrelight wrote:I've been struggling to make intros for way too long now, and seeing as I work chronologically it's really dampening my writing as a whole.

If you could make a video on proper intros and explain about it, I'll love you forever. <3


Actually, this is a great idea. It's part of what I like to call "block composition." I'll get to it as soon as I can. Been wayyyyy too busy. Will upload the newest tut this week.
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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby Warbalist » 20 Jul 2014 19:02

Here are the next three. Sorry it's been so long.



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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby itroitnyah » 21 Jul 2014 08:51

Awesome, these are pretty good. The third one has a few editing problems, but gets the overall point across.
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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby Wittyname » 06 Aug 2014 07:09

Made a couple of comments on your first video.
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Postby Warbalist » 21 Aug 2014 00:37

itroitnyah wrote:Awesome, these are pretty good. The third one has a few editing problems, but gets the overall point across.


Thanks. Yeah, I require a better editing software and maybe a lapel mic.

Wittyname wrote:Made a couple of comments on your first video.


Sweet, thanks a bunch for comments!
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Re: Started a composition tutorial series on my other channe

Postby Warbalist » 12 Sep 2014 15:08

Here are a couple more. Since my editing and software suck, I decided to go in a bit of a different direction for a while. Let me know what you think, and I hope these are still helping people out there.


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