Piano and harpsichord are my main instruments, though I’ve played enough violin to have a good grasp of the techniques, and play a fair bit of guitar as well. But if you want some sweet continuo playing, I’m your man
Swede here! I currently study composition at a folkhögskola. IIRC I heard of AJ from Newgrounds, where I’m also active once in a while. Stock music and video game music is more or less a side interest for me though, although a lot of fun. But my real passion is contemporary art music! Hoping to go to Ackis next year.
Here’s a rather mellow piano track that I think has a rather Glass-y feel to it:http://audiojungle.net/item/echoes-of-the-past/3265882
Hope it fits your needs!
This track has more of a typical cinematic sound rather then heavier rock sound in the video you linked, but depending on the mood you want I think the percussion could reflect the crashes nicely:http://audiojungle.net/item/epic-cinematic-trailer/3121989
Note that there are edits without intro and outro!
These two tracks might do the trick:http://audiojungle.net/item/echoes-of-the-past/3265882 http://audiojungle.net/item/tender-embrace/3210523
I’d be glad to make an edit of this track, if you like it – a positive, funny and up-beat gigue: http://audiojungle.net/item/cheerful-gigue/3069020
I did a virtual recreation of the second movement from Vivaldis Winter sometime ago as I thought it would make a nice Christmas and/or winter track:http://audiojungle.net/item/largo-from-vivaldis-winter/3145245
Bit late, but beardless for the first time in half a year & on my way home from a short vacation with my gf
We’re doing No-shave-november at school so I might as well participate in this as well One thing though – since it’s more of a moustache-focused thing, are you supposed to shave your beard but keep the ‘stache? If so, no can do!
I was thinking about drawing the frets right on the neck for an easy positioning
This is a common aid for beginners, they’re very helpful But to answer your question – the violin, and all of the unfretted string instruments I’d say, have a pretty high learning curve before things start to sound any good, since you’re very much in touch with the tone and also have to intonate completely on your own – wind instruments are at least somewhat less sensitive with regards to intonation.