Travel, having a family, meeting new people and having new adventures... and just keeping a happy, healthy attitude in life!
Hello Mr. Tin!
I hope you are well! My name is Justin Rosin and I am a musician and composer who just moved to Los Angeles from NYC. I wanted to inquire about any possible opportunities with you at your studio? As a composer’s assistant, studio technician, musician, etc…? I would be very interested. Below is my info. Please let me know if you would like anything else.
Thank you so much. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Justin Rosin | Composer
Los Angeles | New York
Thanks for asking, and thanks for submitting a resume! At the moment there aren't any positions open but in about a year's time there might be.
Unfortunately those were a limited edition and have sold out! I might do other handwritten editions in the future, so stay on my mailing list and I'll let you know if they become available.
They will, yes! It's the opening movement. I hope to do a performance in LA sometime, once I finish it.
I think melodies are just something you have to try out a lot of different versions of. Sometimes they come easy, sometimes they come by accident. Background effects are largely about knowing what's possible with the instrumental forces you have, and just making some choices as to what's the most tasteful. Composing is largely about simply having good taste!
Ask a question...I am now the Indigenous representative for the Graduate Student Society in UBC and, although is a dishonoured blessing, I have had to accept it as a gift.
I am part of the UBC women's choir, and also the lead singer for the Luvale, Zambian club, guided under the wonderful ethnomusian Jason Winikoff, which is my best friend here in UBC, studying on his first PhD year. He is right now in Zambia, working with the Luvale percussionist tribes.
I always start writing by getting tuned with music and then poetry that I write and then theory.
There is much reason why I contacted you. But the first one is to send you best wishes and blessings for your wonderful work on Baba Yetu. I had studied for over a year and 6 months the prayer of our father and is the only Christian prayer I feel proud of. Thank you for your amazing work, please do not stop sharing and providing with hope to everyone around you through MUSIC!!!
Thank you for the nice message!
No question...just a thanks for the impressive and moving performance at Carnegie Hall last week. I have probably listened to the recording 50 or more times, but hearing and seeing it performed live was an order of magnitude more spectacular.
Thank you so much, and thank you for coming to my concert!
Hi, Chris! Good Luck and good job with To Shiver The Sky! BTW: When will it be sent out? - ya know, physically, on CDs to us, the project-supporters ? :-)
Will You experiment with overtone singing in Thy music???
If YES, Thou shall consult with my friend Stuart Hinds from Texas(U.S.A.) - he is a brilliant composer for overtone choirs - well, in fact, he is the best overtone-music-composer in the world.
(I can record vocals for You - for FREE! Any difficulty, I sing extremely strong and clear overtones! Studio-quality is possible.)
Filip Rydlo alias OvertoneSinger(CZ)
Hi! The album will be released to the general public May 30, 2020 (if all goes according to plan) but the backers will get it before then. I'm just not sure exactly when, however; we start recording in July, and then final sessions are in February 2020, so given a little time to mix, master, and manufacture, it might be about late April 2020 before backers get it. But this is all just estimates at the moment!
And I won't be doing any overtone singing on this one unfortunately, but thanks for the offer!