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    hello friends,
    I wanted to share with you music that came to me last Wed(July22) and was done Saturday(july25). This music is inspired by Creation and also two images that Hopefully is showing in the post. I hope you all enjoy it!

    Should This be called "God Creating Space Overture"? I couldn't decide so I'll let you all decide if it applies.

    www.sheriefmusic.com/God_Creating_Space.mp3 <---321kb HQ Absolutly Recommended!
    Music Composer for Film and TV Sherief Abraham <---click if the first link is taking too long to load. 128kb LQ




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    That's a really nice piece of music.. Well done.. I really liked the way the choir was used.
    Is this an actual recording?? It's very very nice..
    I wouldn't name it "God creating space overture" becuase that implies that God is creating a space overture, and it made me chuckle.. The piece did bring to mind something like that, though, and I would pursue a name that appropriately captures that..
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    Thank you for listening actually the overture part is not part of the naming. its named God Creating Space. sorry that wasn't cleared. I can't change the title now. but thanks again for listening! and no non of it is real. all software sample based music.

    thanks again

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    Wow, I would like to know what kind of program you used for that realization.. It sounds really great and I've been looking for something better than the sounds on my Sibelius..
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    Quote Originally Posted by andruini View Post
    Wow, I would like to know what kind of program you used for that realization.. It sounds really great and I've been looking for something better than the sounds on my Sibelius..
    Yes, I would also like to know what program you used. This audio quality is perfect for demonstrating your musical abilities without having to have a live orchestra play the piece. Maybe the orchestra will come after. I really quite liked the overture, by the way.

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    Which god? No god in any man-made scripture could have produced something as beautiful as the universe. Any entity that is afraid of new ideas is no creator, so it should be with music and composition. The composition of the piece I'm listening to now seems to be quite conventional, it's the quality of sound production that impresses me, what program do you use? I can hear traces of "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" in this piece which I find amusing as it celebrates the death of god!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward Elgar View Post
    Which god? No god in any man-made scripture could have produced something as beautiful as the universe. Any entity that is afraid of new ideas is no creator, so it should be with music and composition.
    Assuming that is true, it still doesn't diminish any good creative acts done in the name of said religion/devotion. Plenty of religious oeuvres have been inspired by religious aesthetics.

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    Oooohhh *with a gohstlike voice* I sense the imminent creation of a religious / spiritual do-you-believe-in-god(s) kind of thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andruini View Post
    Wow, I would like to know what kind of program you used for that realization.. It sounds really great and I've been looking for something better than the sounds on my Sibelius..

    Quote Originally Posted by Reign of Praine View Post
    Yes, I would also like to know what program you used. This audio quality is perfect for demonstrating your musical abilities without having to have a live orchestra play the piece. Maybe the orchestra will come after. I really quite liked the overture, by the way.
    Thank you Reign and Audruini. i'm using Logic8 with vsl, eastwest, Sonic implants and symphobia. lots of different librarys for different occasions.

    I do wish this it be performed for real yes. can you imagine how giant it would be?..lol it needs alot of notation work though but who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward Elgar View Post
    Which god? No god in any man-made scripture could have produced something as beautiful as the universe. Any entity that is afraid of new ideas is no creator, so it should be with music and composition. The composition of the piece I'm listening to now seems to be quite conventional, it's the quality of sound production that impresses me, what program do you use? I can hear traces of "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" in this piece which I find amusing as it celebrates the death of god!
    Thanks for listening. and I'm sorry that the music doesn't please you nor the subject it self. I've mentioned above what i use.

    About the subject, God inspires me a lot. i work better when I'm inspired by him and i do hope to produce larger things for him. God is not afraid of change because Change has happened. its the people that don't change easily. there is a major difference between what people think of God and what God is. but lets not get into that in this thread. maybe you could message me privately if you want to debate this.

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    The link didn't work for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danae View Post
    Oooohhh *with a gohstlike voice* I sense the imminent creation of a religious / spiritual do-you-believe-in-god(s) kind of thread.
    Hope not, on these boards that could get really messy.
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    This is brilliant!

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    Oh, well, it's actually a remains of a supernova (judging from the picture, which is quite unrealistic, by the way), an enormous gas cloud, and given millions of years small parts of that cloud will collapse due to gravity and create new stars... still, nice piece of music, especially the quality of it.
    Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGreen View Post
    Hope not, on these boards that could get really messy.
    Yeah, I know what you mean... But still, wouldn't it be fun? We could invite the metalheads too! I think that would get really messy

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