AE Template Music

Match CG Studio: CGPOP A (12 AE Template Projects)  Graphics

Posted by GFXshares at April 27, 2011
Match CG Studio: CGPOP A (12 AE Template Projects)

Match CG Studio: CGPOP A (12 AE Template Projects)
12 AE projects | AEP, MAX | 4.2 Gb

PSD Template - Music Elements  Graphics

Posted by natikkk at April 13, 2013
PSD Template - Music Elements

PSD Template - Music Elements
PSD | 3330 x 2500 | 300 dpi | 63 MB

Match CG Studio - CGPOP B-1 (10 AE Template Projects)  Graphics

Posted by GFXshares at May 5, 2011
Match CG Studio - CGPOP B-1 (10 AE Template Projects)

Match CG Studio - CGPOP B-1 (10 AE Template Projects)
10 AE projects | AEP, MAX | 4.27 Gb

The Bim Bam Template - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)  Graphics

Posted by angus77 at March 4, 2017
The Bim Bam Template - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)

The Bim Bam Template - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)
CS5.5, CS6, CC | 1920x1080 | AEP | 15 MB

10 New AE Project of July 2010 pack 9  Graphics

Posted by vicky89 at Aug. 4, 2010
10 New AE Project of July 2010 pack 9

10 New AE Project of July 2010 pack 9
AE Project Cs4 | .AEP | 888 Mb

Music Festival V02 – Flyer PSD Template  Graphics

Posted by Sigha at June 1, 2018
Music Festival V02 – Flyer PSD Template

Music Festival V02 – Flyer PSD Template
PSD | 88 Mb

GraphicRiver Hot Sounds Flyer Template  Graphics

Posted by GFXshares at March 2, 2014
GraphicRiver Hot Sounds Flyer Template

GraphicRiver Hot Sounds Flyer Template
Photoshop PSD | Print Dimensions: 4x6 inch | 21.5 Mb

This flyer template can be used to promote your: dance, house, dance music event, dance music party, dance club party, club mixes, house music mixes or electro music mixes.
Bobby Previte - Music Of The Moscow Circus (1991) {Gramavision R2 79466}

Bobby Previte - Music Of The Moscow Circus (1991) {Gramavision R2 79466}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 292 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 128 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 13 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1991 Gramavision | R2 79466
Jazz / Modern Postbebop / Jazz Rock / Soul Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative

In 1991 Bobby Previte was given a most unusual assignment: to create a new score of music for the Moscow Circus. Previte, an innovative composer who learned from Gil Evans the joy of combining together acoustic and electronic instruments, was up to the challenging task. The result is a generally fascinating soundtrack, music that stands up by itself but makes one very curious to see how it fits into the circus routines.
VA - The Classical Music of Iran: The Dastgah Systems (1966) Remastered Reissue 1991 [Re-Up]

VA - The Classical Music of Iran: The Dastgah Systems (1966) Remastered Reissue 1991
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 321 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 171 Mb | Scans included | 01:13:33
Iranian Classical, Middle Eastern Traditions | Smithsonian Folkways | # CD SF 40039

Ella Zonis Mahler’s compilation of these Iranian classical music performers was originally issued on Folkways Records in 1966. Ten of the twelve model melodic patterns (dastgahs) are represented here, in a variety of instrumental and vocal performances.
Alarm Will Sound & Ossia, Alan Pierson - Steve Reich: Tehillim, The Desert Music (2002) [Re-Up]

Alarm Will Sound & Ossia, Alan Pierson - Steve Reich: Tehillim, The Desert Music (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 445 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 225 Mb | Scans included
Contemporary, Minimalism, Vocal | Label: Cantaloupe Music | # CA21009 | 01:14:44

Alarm Will Sound's recording of Steve Reich's monumental orchestral/choral works The Desert Music and Tehillim, released on the Cantaloupe label in 2002, greatly benefits from the group's close connections with the composer: the ensemble's conductor, Alan Pierson, and several of the performers studied at the Eastman School with Brad Lubman, a conductor frequently enlisted by Reich. Also, Pierson's arrangements, which reconcile the chamber and orchestral versions that exist for both works, were prepared in close consultation with the composer; thus, this may well be the definitive recording of these pieces. Brilliantly sonorous in their climaxes – the burst of light near the end of Desert Music, the "Alleluias" that close Tehillim – the players also articulate Reich's intricate canonic textures with nimble precision. Voices and strings are always an Achilles heel within Reich's percussive textures (leading him to eliminate part doublings in favor of giving each line to a lone, amplified performer), but here the singers and strings maintain an impressive rhythmic vitality. This knack for precision carries over to the pristine recording, as well, which, for good or ill, was digitally recorded and heavily edited. Still, it makes up in energy and clarity what it might lack in performative spontaneity.