Jonathan Eisenzopf

Jonathan Eisenzopf

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Classical - Contemporary | Dallas, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 51   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Classical composer and cellist looking to score and perform for film, art, or fashion industry projects. I compose modern romantic shorts from 30 second spots to full songs. Primarily instrumental, but can add female or male voice as needed. Turnaround time is typically 2-5 days.


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Stelios Koupetoris posted over 30 days ago to Jonathan Eisenzopf


Hi Jonathan,
Thank you for your review on "The Days that will Come". There is indeed an (tonewheel) organ in the short "reggae style" passage before the end of the track. The "quiet" atmospheric passage in the middle has an (electronicaly) custom organ made by a hard twick of a classical string section. Actually I did not understand which part of the track you refered me to check. Thank you again for your constructive feedback


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Yuri posted over 30 days ago


Jonathan, Thanks for taking the time to review "Carmenita", and welcome to the Broadjam community!

I truly appreciate getting comments from talent such as yourself. You sensed correctly that the intention of the piece was to shift moods. The story goes: Carmenita, a very successful Flamenco dancer in her time, laments over the fact that she's now old, but can still find solice with her memories of the golden years.

I liked Cello Requiem very much. If I can suggest an improvement in the recording, I'd consider pulling the loop that dominated the left side of the track back once in a while. It was a bit of an annoying drone at times.

Best of luck!

Yuri


Penny Lea-Buzz Smith posted over 30 days ago


thanks so much for revewing "Blue Magic" It's always good to hear other people's comments. Appreciate it!


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