Today I streamed writing on Youtube for about 3 hours! Some great suggestions came from the chat, so be sure to check it out when I'm live tomorrow HERE!
Here's a recording of everything so far - we made it to the end of the ballad with most of the instrumentation making the total time approx. 5 minutes!
At this point this blog is very most certainly not daily. I'm just gonna roll with the series title because I'm lazy.
Here's an update on the Seuss show. I've started a ballad movement -- and spent about two hours today fighting Finale 25 with its crashing. It ended up that for some reason today it just refuses to work with tempo markings nicely when Human Playback is set to interpret them.
In other news I decided on a show title. So, that's a thing.
Its not daily, but its something!
Today I worked more on the marching band show I've been writing. I've got the general idea for the winds and some mallet stuff for the entire first movement. The idea is that this movement ends as the character in the story reaches "The Waiting Place". Before this they've avoided roads they should not take and made it out of the city.
Here's the audio:
Remember, I've been streaming almost the entire process behind this arrangement on:
I usually stream for about an hour each day in the afternoon/evenings (Mountain Time)
I made it two days and then there was a month gap.
I promise I was writing occasionally! In fact I've streaming on Twitch.tv/aforgottenlegend! I've streamed pretty much every day, but I'm switching back and forth between Finale and RPG Maker (the program I'm using to design my videogame).
I've got about a minute of this Places You'll Go show, which is inspired by Dr. Seuss. Its only just an opening section with a couple themes, and I'm planning on doing things that would sound like events in a Seuss book.
If you give a listen, be sure to leave some feedback! Until next time!