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    Forums

    I was wondering what other decent forums there are for music out there. Sampling, recording, classical, avant-garde....whatever. I'm curious as to where everybody visits. I don't usually spend more than half an hour a day or so on the net but I've fractured my pelvis and am rather immobile at present!.
    Trev Parks

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    Re: Forums

    I have been in the process of starting up a forum completely based on music. This is by no means meant to steal traffic from a site like this, because NS IS!! the meeting grounds for great minds and composers, but the forum I am working on right now is called the Composer's Corner. All it is is a site that you can post your demos and people critique them. I will have a panel of some people and only constructive criticism is accepted. I also am in the process of offering web sapce or the people too. But as I said, this is only to be a supplement to a site like this. I just know that many times, there are so many demos that some really nice ones get overlooked, so I wanted to have a place just for the amatuer and hobbyist composer to display their works.

    Thanks,
    Sean R. Beeson

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    Re: Forums

    Quote Originally Posted by T Parks
    I was wondering what other decent forums there are for music out there. Sampling, recording, classical, avant-garde....whatever. I'm curious as to where everybody visits. I don't usually spend more than half an hour a day or so on the net but I've fractured my pelvis and am rather immobile at present!.
    Oh Trev. Sorry to hear that. I am in the same sort of boat in that I have slipped a disk and can't hardly walk. This is a fun forum and also may I suggest the VSL forum. A lot of the guys here take a look in there too. There's a great deal of crossover. VSL is fairly similar and there is quite a lot of talk andfriendly banter about film and tv scoring.

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    Thanks for the info. I've checked a couple of places out already - KVR and VSL. I knew about the latter as a user but have never been there. IT would be all too easy to get sucked into non-stop typing with just these!. Any more?.
    Trev Parks

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    Trev, as I believe you're in the UK, have you checked out www.soundonsound.com? Good bunch of people and useful info there.

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    Re: Forums

    Since May, 2004, Mike Kelley, myself and a few others have started a forum directed to music composition. We have very little emphasis on sample programs, notation programs and technology. We are striving for indepth discussion of composition techniques.

    www.composeforums.com

    David

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    Re: Forums

    Thanks very much for the suggestions. I've looked into quite a number of sites now and am amazed just how many there are out there.

    Incidentally, for pianists, this looks quite a useful place for discussion:

    http://www.pianoforum.net/

    cheers
    Trev Parks

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