timkulig
By Tim Kulig 6 months ago 2277 views
6 months ago
2024...

New year, new production schedules, new tools to explore and create with...

Spent time working out what genres I'll be writing in over the Ramjul (time between Christmas and New Years) and I've gotta say - the schedule is aggressive and ambitious ;)!

I'm also going to spend some time this month figuring out how and where I'm going to promote / advertise, do a full website overhaul to include my entire catalog, extended licenses, and attribution language text to copy / paste into your projects.

If there are specific needs out there 1st and 2nd quarter, please reply to this post. I'd like to make sure I focus my first compilations this year on the community's needs and write from those places first if it works.

Looking forward to sharing what comes from the production this year!

Comments

SierraPelona
SierraPelona

Hi Tim, the needs for my micro-movies are simple -- and perhaps not so simple.

In my abstract Glimmering series I tell stories without narratives, so I look for music that doesn't tell too much of a story. I often look for pieces that set a particular mood, with little to no rhythmic movement or melodic development, and with minimal changes in harmony (but which have more to them than just basic open fifths).

And I only need 20 to 30 seconds of it. Not a lot of wiggle room there, but I work in ultra-short-form only, and I rarely need anything longer than 30 seconds. Needless to say, an excerpt from a longer piece would fill the bill. I don't expect anyone to compose only 30-second miniatures -- unless they are inspired to do so, of course! Anyway, hope that helps and isn't too vague. Looking forward to hearing your new releases!

6 months ago

timkulig
Tim Kulig

Hey Pahavit: What moods do your stories tell? Horror? Peace? Meditative? LoFi? This would help isolate your needs to a subset of my catalog that may already be able to help you out.

6 months ago

SierraPelona
SierraPelona

For example, pensive; dread; summery relaxed; inner calm; floating/dreamy (both major and minor can work,); foreboding; gently humorous; bright and sparkly ... kind of all over the map, depending on the visuals I'm working with.

6 months ago

SaschaEnde
Sascha Ende

There will be a feature soon, to download all your music and data with one click. So you can easily migrate all your music to your own website.

6 months ago