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Rodrigo Hernández
Attended Academia de Música Fermatta
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So I made this a while back and I've been tinkering with it for quite a while. I made as a final project for a certificate course I took, and I would love to see what you guys think. It's all straight from Sibelius, but, for the moment, that's O.K.
This short, three-movement symphony was made as one of three final projects for a certificate course imparted by NICO (Núcleo Integral de COmposición) for composing for film, theatre and dance. Each m
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This is gorgeous, and I specially like the way the trill part looks in the video. :)
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I worked very hard on that trill.
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I agree with most of what you said, but just like, as you mentioned the comparison between Pearl Harbor and Apocalypse Now, I don't think the correct word is better, but which is more FULFILLING, Journey is the perfect example that a game doesn't have to be hard or long to be excellent. (I know you didn't say it has to be long, but it's relevant in relation to Journey.) Difficulty in a game is an aspect of it, and if the designer did not intend to make the game difficult to be fully appreciated, it doesn't have to be. It depends on what and how the developer of the game intends to have the game be enjoyed. Just like in a movie the photography might be better than the script or the music, or the other way round, what's important is the overall experience, and that you take away what the director intended. That's why I don't think the result is if it is better, but if it is more FULFILLING as an experience, thus leading some to declare it "better".
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So... I thought I'd share this to get some thoughts. This is form a course I'm taking. Made my own music over the video.
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¿Así aviso su viaje +Manuel Fernández? Jajaja. +Juan Manuel Hernández +Mario Hernández 
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hahaha!!!
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Jajaja.
... Or at least more “Two Princes”-y, anyway. Enjoy this trailer, courtesy of UCB Theater, for Now That’s What I Call Songs Sung To The Tune Of “Two Princes” By The Spin Doctors 5, and just go ahead now and dream of a glorious future in which we have a “Two Princes” Sirius station to listen to all day, that’s what I said now.
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I think the point of origin is the ultimate defining point of whether it can be called "anime" or not. I also think it's better to say that it's made "in an anime-style" or "a style similar to anime", because aesthetically, that is what they are looking for. Among many examples, is what hapens when you listen to the Star Wars soundtrack, and then listen to Gustav Holst's Planets (try it, I dare you), or a whole lot of other symphonic works. Point is: that soundtrack has artistic merit of its own, and that the fact that it wears its inspiration on its sleeve doesn't make ir any better or worse (objectively speaking), and still have certain individuality. This happens all the time when there is a cultural or artistic exchange. Another reason would be my comparison with tequila (¡VIVA MÉXICO!), which can ONLY BE tequila IF it's made in Tequila, Jalisco, or, to be more cosmopolitan, champagne, which can only be champagne if it has the proper point of origin.
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I see your point... however, and taking the example of tequila, In Mexico "tequila" defines the same beverage as it does to rest of the world. On the other hand "Anime" is used in Japan to defined all animated media, and just outside of Japan defines the animated programs produced in Japan. So if you talk with a japanese guy he would probably say that the Simpsons is anime.
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Jajaja. "Sayeth wha...?!"
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And here's another one. Comments appreciated. Thanks.
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Great short film and  I really like this music.
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NSFW but hilarious.
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Debatable, but interesting.
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Vaya... Jajaja.
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Jajajaja... me pasa muy seguido en ModernWarfare... jajaja
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Compositor, arreglista, maestro, guitarrista
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  • Músico, 2011 - present
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México DF
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México DF - Stamford, CT y Plano, TX
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A revolution without dancing, is a revolution not worth having.
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  • Academia de Música Fermatta
    2006 - 2010
  • Colegio Nuevo Continente
    1991 - 2005
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Rorro