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    Pretty much done.

It seems I've realized my ability to effectively put out my soapbox and inspire people to come up with some amazing arrangements is kinda not working. But I'm looking at this positively. At this rate, this will be the most productive summer I've had in recent memory, since I'm pumping out a new arrangement every couple of weeks.

If only I was working on my own music instead of arranging someone else's. I sigh melancholically.

Actually, I have a pretty big opportunity to score a student film production this August, so I'm pretty psyched about that. Additionally, my bestest friend since middle school is starting work on a MMORPG this fall for school, and he convinced his group to have me provide the score. Sweet.

With that said, don't make me stay away from doing things I should be doing like composing music by forcing me to do things I also love doing like arranging music.

Or whatever.


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This week's audio selections
mp3 Classical Pufifia (Lufia & the Fortress of Doom)
Patrick Waters

A fairly simple arrangement I made. Written for alto flute, harp, and muted string ensemble, I was requested to make an arrangement of Lufia's theme back when I released Memories of the Last War. I wanted to keep this small and very simple in order to experiment with balance techniques. Comments are welcome and encouraged!

 

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