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Articles on everything about music composition in general and Synfire in particular. If you have music to show, ideas to discuss or workflows to share, you can write your own blog post today. Find all blog posts of a user by clicking on their user name or avatar picture.

Taking Back The World

By andre

Now it's time for Pop. I've written this song many years ago with an early version of Synfire, long before it became available to the public. Today Synfire is way more powerful (...)

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Gaza (The First Day of Your Life)

By The Wave Mechanic

Trigger Warning: The song is political. It's not my intention to start a political argument on this forum, nor will I engage in one. I've been writing songs for 52 years (...)

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Instrumental composition: Verflochtene Tänze

By tanders

I just sent a piece for potential corrections etc. to performing musicians. This is a piece for a campanula -- a variant of the cello with resonance strings -- and accordion. It (...)

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Escaping Writer's Block

By andre

More than any other kind of software, Synfire confronts you with the essential questions of creativity. What do you do to kick off creative momentum?

ChatGPT --- Composer?

By jojomi-music

ChatGPT writes texts, programs in several program languages etc. etc. ChatGPT composed! How does ChatGPT output music --- as musicxml. Works well. Copy the musicxml texts from ChatGPT into an xml editor (...)

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Anthemic Hip-Hop

By The Wave Mechanic

I produced this for a Taxi listing. (If you don't know what Taxi is, google "Taxi music".) But I got so wrapped up in it...making changes, being a perfectionist, etc...that I missed (...)

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Suite Coloma II

By Jorge.Codina

Hi all, After a few months of hard work, I'm happy of publishing the second part of Suite Coloma. As usual, Synfire has been an essential tool for composing and developing the (...)

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Suite Coloma by Jorge Codina

By Jorge.Codina

The Coloma family ruled the county of Elda (my hometown) for more than 200 years (16th and 17th centuries). Not only they were a fundamental part of the history of the town (...)

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