Hi /a/, Orchestr/a/ here. We've been pumping out your favourite mongolian animation theme songs for over 2 years, but recently our crack team of professional musicians has been a little lacking in numbers. We need your help.
We very desperately need arrangers, mixers, trumpets, all low brass, all strings, flute, aux. percussion, and everything else we pretty much also need but not as desperately.
We need you. I'm serious, even if you think you suck, we're a lot better off with you than without you. Those of you who've walked in and seen many people already taking a part you wanted to play, I guarantee that won't happen anymore considering the amount of people we have right now. Those of you who were with us previously at some point, please come back.
And Orchestr/a/ members don't shitpost/drama in this thread, you fucking faggots. You're scaring people off, I'm warning you.
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>orchestr/a/ is kill
>just like your favorite anime.
You always know how to say the things that hurt me most, Anonymous.
Implying my favorite anime got a season 2
>play bari sax
>want to help
>sax is away getting repaired
Damn. Hope I'll have it back soon. This is why you shouldn't let your little relatives no where near expensive instruments.
In case you haven't heard our previous work, here are our first and second albums:
More mixes going on our next album can be found on our YouTube channel:
what does saratoga play?
sweet, now we wait.
Would love to play strings for an arrangement of yuri on ice ( the free skate track). If anyone arranges that I'll be on it like hot sauce. It actually makes me want to learn how to play piano.
How hard is it compared to violin anyway
I'll check out my old alto sax while I'm visiting family for Thanksgiving. I haven't played since high school and think it had some issues, but if it's playable, I'll grab some reeds and see if I can help out with something.
I started learning piano on my own a few months ago. I'm looking through the list to see what I can do and I notice that there's 'piano' and 'e-piano'. Is an electric piano acceptable for parts that say 'piano'? I think it sounds just like an acoustic one but I don't know.
Electric piano refers to the actual sound, not the instrument itself. If you have an electric piano with a grand piano setting, that would be an acceptable substitute for a real piano.
Cool, I just wanted to be clear about it.
I'm practicing right now and all I have to do is perfect it and figure out how to get it on my computer to submit it. If I can figure it out I might be able to contribute in a few days.
drop by the pad, though most of us are already asleep
I have a kazoo and a recorder if you need one of those.
Take either the bongo or the bass drum part I guess, then you can drop the recording in the pad. Read the FAQ for any additional information.
Righto. Never played Bodhran off of sheet music before but I used to play other instruments for grownups so I'm sure I can figure it out. Probably can't record until later tonight when the traffic outside dies down.
Different anon here, I have an old darbuka lying around if you need more meme percussion.
Can also record electric guitar stuff, but I don't have access to my usual equipment so I'd have to get some amp simulator setup going. I also technically own a classical guitar, but can't do any fingerpicking stuff.
Get on the pad
i'd be down to play trumpet if this were a face to face band thing. recording alone with no interaction sucks.
i'll see if i can convince some friends to play with me. we would each record individually of course, but rehearse together to really get a feel for each piece. no promises though.
can you do the complex split-hand technique shit?