Hi All. My latest composition, my first using Synfire 2.0. I've mashed up some trailer video clips from one of my fav movies currently playing, like a rescore study. Grateful for your (...)
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Hi all. got inspired by the bladerunner and dune 2021 music and movies. used Synfire to build up the complexity in this piece really quickly:
Hi all. Thought I'd do one final music video using Synfire before my Storyblocks subscription runs out. This one is an orchestral piece and a celebration of our shared humanity. 6 January (...)
I made this weird Christmas song, because so many people did not celebrate christmas together with frinds and fameily.
Hi all. Happy new year! The year of Synfire 2.0. Anyway, here is my latest orchestral music video, made using Synfire. And the obligatory VR180 version: Saga VR 180 music video (...)
Merry Christmas to all fellow users and friends. As many of you know, every year, I'm composing a piece for my family and friends. I wish you like it and carries you (...)
For an upcoming end-of-year video I needed some background music, so I revisited one of my older projects, my arrangement of the well-known song "Auld Lang Syne". This is what Synfire and (...)
Hi all. Another track made with Synfire. This time integrating with VCV rack 2 modular, so a very different experience, especially trying to keep control of the modular synth. Space VR180 music (...)
This is a VR 180 music video animation inspired by Frank Herbert's Dune Features the Bene Jesserit and the Gom Jabbar test Managed to put the track together really quickly using Synfire (...)
Hi all, My latest music cinematic video. Music created using Synfire.
This is an attempt to compose a polyphonic piece, suitable for piano 4 hands, playable, and with a score. Using a combination of music programs: the Music Prototyping program Synfire (Cognitone), together (...)
Hi all. I tend to write tracks on twos. Here's the second one. Very different style from what I normally come out with. Would welcome your comments.
This piece has been completely composed in Synfire, without the use of another DAW at any stage. Would welcome your thoughts.
Hi, all, here is my first finished creation composed entirely in Synfire: In this composition, I was testing an approach in which a local harmony is always a pentatonic subset of (...)
Great example of a minimalist style with maximum effect. I thought you might also enjoy his music, as I do while nonstop programming Synfire 2.0. Awesome stuff for such a young artist (...)
Although there's still a long way to go, I will begin sharing the first sneak previews into what's going on behind the scenes, starting this weekend. So be sure to check out (...)
This composition is generated from a melody with two phrases that I whistle and record in Logic, taking advantage of its Flex Pitch utility and its ability to transform audio into MIDI (...)
Previously (see attachments) Finally: Thank you very much in advanced and enjoy.
Hi All Synfire clicked for me earlier late last year, and since then I've knocked out a few tracks to explore its promise. Here is the third from me in as many (...)
Sorry all. I used the magic of Synfire to use similar elements in two tracks recently. This is the second one. I'd be curious if you could spot the substantially reused elements (...)
My new music video Thanks, Ruchir
I've composed a rather short Spring ballad theme tune and put it next to some footage I recorded during Spring in Berlin. Listen to it here:
Users that are new to Synfire often expect it to work like a DAW. To their credit, the difference is indeed difficult to tell at first glance, at least until it's unique (...)
“There are other worlds, but they are in this one.” (Paul Éluard) Video version: Audio version: