David Louis Brown

David Louis Brown

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Classical - General | London, United Kingdom
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 8/8/2018

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I write Classical, Jazz, Soul, Blues and Adult Contemporary material and do all my own arrangements. (My Adult Contemporary material consists mainly of Love Songs.)

I have also written light instrumentals which could be used as TV/Film Themes and/or music for advertising projects, including Children's TV/Films.

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I was a Finalist in two international songwriting/composing contests.
Since then, I have put some of my tracks through uPLAYA, which analyses songs to predict hit potential - (for example, it predicted the success of Nora Jones).
Of the 20 pieces I had analysed, I achieved 9 Platinums and a Silver.
Three of them did particularly well with a score of 89% (8.9 out of 10).


MarkBenson6824091 posted over 30 days ago to David Louis Brown

I quite like the expression and phrases.

Alex Houston posted over 30 days ago

Hi David,

As promised I finally got round to listening to your classical and jazz music - very powerful stuff indeed. It seems that "It Only Happens In The Movies" is not typical of your usual compositions. I am not sure that I have the ability to produce what you do, although I might give it a go. I have a Yamaha digital piano which MIDIs into Cubase 5 with Halion Symphony Orchestra, so I believe that I have the equipment. What software do you use to create your classical works?

Have a good Christmas and all the best with your music.


David D. Mason posted over 30 days ago

Hi David, many thanks for your review of ''A Song for Beth'' your words of encouragement are appreciated. Having played music all my life for other people I am now retired and write what ever I like when ever I like for me and It's great fun. You are the first British composer I have come across on Broadjam and I wish you all the luck and success with your music.
Dave Mason

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