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Can anyone help me please

Discussion in 'Composing' started by Starfox, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. Starfox

    Starfox New Member

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    Hi Folks,

    I have a project to do for college in 2 weeks, im studying sound engineering and i have to record a session and for it ive chosen to do an acoustical version of a trance track. I have 2 singers, an electric guitarist, a bass guitarist (luckily enough they are all in my class too), and others too but nobody plays the piano and either do i, i was wondering if anybody here would like to help me out, all i need you to do is to listen to the track and write the notes or chords down, all i have to do then is to input them into my software (apple logic pro's score editor) and bingo i have my piano piece for my track.

    Here is a you tube link for the track

    if anyone can help i would be greatful http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZhSN9N8YO0&feature=related

    Thanks for any help
    Shane
     
  2. Chopaninoff

    Chopaninoff New Member

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    Shane,
    How do you expect anyone to write all this down for you...? Even if they had perfect pitch and a good hearing...It would be very difficult to find all the accurate notes and chords...
     
  3. Anonymous

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    Hi, Shane

    I can only second what Chopaninoff said. Why would you come to Pianosociety to ask its members to transcribe a melody authored by a someone named "DJ Shah" ? :? I don't know of many classical pianist or classical piano composers who enjoy doing work on frankly unsophisticated music.

    Come to think of it, this post looks a lot like spam, no offense.

    If it is not, it is about the funniest imitation :lol:

    Now Shane, forgive me for being so blunt, but if I might ask,

    If you aren't here to contribute to the realm of classical piano music, why are you here? :)
     

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