Anotherology's music ranges from heartfelt classical to cuting techno rock, with pieces in the middle that have been described as "Gladiator meets The Crystal Method", and that's probably the best desciption of the MOR album that Anotherology released.

The classical pieces are heartfelt, memorable and moving.
  • Member Since: 2010
  • Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Abram Band
over 30 days ago to Anotherology

To Heaven from hell is Epic and very expressive for Film Op! Layered to perfection. Best to You across the Miles. Abram Band Dean & Jacalyn



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Abram Band
over 30 days ago to Anotherology

Congrats on Top Tens Keep Sailing Abram Band

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Anotherology
over 30 days ago

Hey thanks, and thanks for the rating too, it brightened my day !



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Jim Pfeifer
over 30 days ago to Anotherology

Anotherology, I just listened to your track Gatika. Great production ideas on this track and nice vibe overall. I can relate to your comment about doing some other styles just to get them out of your system. Sometimes you just have to go with those urges to write in some other styles and see what comes of it. Great job!

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Anotherology
over 30 days ago

Thanks Jim - I've been lucky enough to be able to take some time off work. My intention was to re-visit my classical tracks and try and get them to the next level, but 6-7 weeks in and school holidays and other distractions have been hampering that idea (chuck some procrastination and self doubt into that mix too if I'm honest).
Hoping that a couple of different tracks will flush my system and I can get back to looking at old tracks, but I must admit, I really don't enjoy the final production stage, and I'm not very good at it.
What part of the production (if anything) do you outsource ?
Loved your new tracks too BTW - congrats on the No1 slot !
Matt

Jim Pfeifer
over 30 days ago

Thanks so much Matt! I'd like to do as you are doing and re-visit some older tracks and improve them. I have too much fun working on new stuff though. There are so many things I want to get better at. I wish there were more hours in the day and that those free hours were ones where I had more energy. So far I've not been outsourcing any of my production tasks, and doing everything myself. I know that I could improve my skills at the final mastering stage. It's probably one area that I should outsource but always felt that I should know as much as I could about each stage so that I could be self reliant. I should outsource my mastering though, at some point. Enjoy the time off! By the way I think your classical stuff sounds great. I too would like to improve my skills in doing the orchestral stuff. There's a whole world of sounds in the orchestra that I want to learn how to use. This is what keeps it fun, always more to learn.

Anotherology
over 30 days ago

Are you familiar with EWQL libraries ? They have a great one called Rare Audio which has loads of interesting (and rare in the west at least) instruments.

Matt

Jim Pfeifer
over 30 days ago

I have the EWQL Symphonic Orchestra and I love it. It's probably my favorite library other than my stuff from Spectrasonics, which I also love. I'll check out that Rare Audio library. Sounds cool! By the way, I've been searching for a good library for vibes (with tremolo), Celeste, and other mallet instrument sounds. Do you have any recommendations?

Anotherology
over 30 days ago

I use Cubase, and both Padshop and HALion Sonic have nice Vibe sounds. I also have quite a few of Native Instruments products, and Massive has a nice Vibe (as does the Korg Wavestation), but EWQL's Goliath has a Mallet selection and a nice celeste sound among them...



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