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17 September 2010

Cue of the Week: “Things in the Dark”


As the title implies, this weeks’s selection is a dark and ambient musical atmosphere. Pulsing brass in their lowest register and woodwind trills help usher in the creepiness.

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Things in the Dark


3 Responses

  1. Hi Bret,Just wanted to let you know how faiatstnc this tool is! I’m a composer and whenever I use mulitphonics, timbre trill etc. I like to notate the fingerings in the score and parts. This tool makes it’s so much easier both for the composer and the musicians! Thank you so much! I love that you can use colors to show the trills but would it be possible to have the option to show a trill sign as well/instead? I’ve seen this in a lot of scores and although using colors is great in educational settings (fingering charts and so on) scores are usually printed in black/white. This is just a future suggestion as it’s fairly easy to achieve this by adding a trill sign in Sibelius or Finale, but I would be great to have it in your faiatstnc tool as well! Thanks again,Anders

  2. My dog steals whole zucchini out of the neighbor’s garden. She’s a weird one too.I am excited to try that pad Thai recipe! I will probably end up using soy sauce too because the only place I can find coconut aminos around here is online.

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