Loren DiGiorgi

Loren DiGiorgi

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New Age - Neo Classical | New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 160   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: 10/12/2019
   Sounds Like: George Winston

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CaiNo posted over 30 days ago to Loren DiGiorgi


Hey Loren great work as always! I recognize you from another 'forum' so I wanted to say hi and show some love on your music. Great to see a familiar face! Keep up the beautiful work!

   
 
David Michael Walsh posted over 30 days ago to Loren DiGiorgi


Thanks for adding my song Awakenings to one of your play list Chill and the 5 star rating. David

   
 
Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to David Michael Walsh


Listening to Awakenings right now, beautiful piano piece. So much modern piano music is written in underscore style, but this has a really nice melody. Nice work; will be adding this to a playlist. Best, -Loren

   
 
N.Jones, Protilius Productions posted over 30 days ago to Loren DiGiorgi


Loren,

I stopped in to preview some of your work seeing that you were brand new to the scene here.

I absolutely adore "Broken, But Hopeful."

It just tugs on those heart strings. You can't fight it. It's just there, sitting on that uncomfortable edge of emotional insecurity, hope, and sorrow.

Bravo sir.

I'd like to hear more productions from you like that if possible. I think your delivery is fantastic.

Do you play freestyle or with a metronome? If you do a click when you record, a producer like myself could do a lot of great things with the MIDI. Heck... I don't even need the MIDI. Just stay in time (laughs to self.)

I'm not really a live performer but I know how challenging that can be just for that reason. Every time I try a string takes out a puppy's eye or something. It's just a bad combination.

Keep it up. Wish I had that kind of delivery with a live performance surely:)

Welcome to Broadjam.

N


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Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago


Thanks so much for stopping by, listening, and commenting. I really appreciate it and the compliments! On "Broken, But Hopeful," that was done freestyle, but occasionally I use a click track and quantizing, depending on the feel I'm going for. Thanks again! I'll be back listening to your productions, for sure.


Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to N.Jones, Protilius Productions


Wow, listening to Home (Roads less traveled Ost) now, and man...love the use of dissonance. That's very tricky to pull off, but you did it. Really like the recording production of this. Very original and creative switching between ethereal and driving beat. Nice work, and added to my playlist. All the best, -Loren

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N.Jones, Protilius Productions posted over 30 days ago


What a great thing to hear. I really appreciate you taking the time to hear my work and communicate your thoughts.

I see you're new to Broadjam. If you're really into discovering new artists and some great work, I'd swing by the 6 Pack, do some reviews... Perhaps get to know a few of your musicians in arms in the 7th Can.

In the meantime, thank you for exploring the work, I hope the studio continues to impress.

N


Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to Mark Hewer


Hi, Mark. Long time since the old mp3.com days. Good to find you here.

   
 
Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to Megan McDuffee


Impressive! Every one of these tracks is "ready." Love the marked, aggressive style.

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Megan McDuffee posted over 30 days ago


Thanks Loren! Did you have a particular favorite?


Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago


I really liked Kingdoms. As I said, very impressive composing and production skills! Btw, I went to Berklee also, 78-79.


Megan McDuffee posted over 30 days ago


Thanks! Ah, very cool.


Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to Presh


"Ethereal" is a beautiful piece. Meditative and calming. Just what I needed to hear!

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Presh posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Loren, your kind comment has encouraged me to keep moving forwards with my music. Blessings to you.


Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to Larry Skye


Perfect Storm is fantastic, Larry. Love the animated piano, and especially like the subtle switching from major to minor and back.

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Larry Skye posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Loren. The major key was originally a mistake but I kept it in to add a bit of variety. Thank you again!


Loren DiGiorgi posted over 30 days ago to Mark Horton


I really like "Lift." The beginning has a lovely, clear, treble interlude that is a kind of modern version of point/counterpoint. I'm a big fan of the baroque era, Bach especially. Whenever something evokes anything reminiscent of that, it quickly gets my attention. Very nice work, Mark.

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Mark Horton posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Loren! I'm glad you enjoyed it. I know a little about counterpoint, but I didn't consciously apply it here. I usually just go with my ear, so it's nice to hear that a little theory is coming out!


Rachel Joy posted over 30 days ago


I love the almost tangible elation in Lift! True joy beautifully expressed. Well done Mark.


Mark Horton posted over 30 days ago


Thank you!