Composer's Toolbox

Composer's Toolbox is a forum for enriching composers technically, artistically, and professionally. In doing so, it engages audiences and musicians in constructive, fresh, and challenging manners.

About Composer’s Toolbox

Composer’s Toolbox is a forum for enriching composers technically, artistically, and professionally. In doing so, it engages audiences and musicians in constructive, fresh, and challenging manners.

After a long time off, Composer’s Toolbox is now stronger than ever.  I invite you to become a part of the discussion.

Dan

Dan Lis, composer, and creator of Composer’s Toolbox

9 thoughts on “About Composer’s Toolbox

  1. Thanks for following my Blog. Looking forward to reading yours. Full of useful information as a musician and composer. Keep up the good work.

    1. Thanks for following my blog too! I’m eager to see what lies ahead for you musically; best of luck and please continue to keep the blogosphere posted on whatever’s happening!!

  2. Cool blog. I’d love to be able to compose music. I’ve tried (and failed). I just suck at the whole process. But I wish you luck with your endeavours.

  3. Hey Dan! If you don’t mind me making request, I was wondering, do you have any advice on taking commissions as a composer? Perhaps it would be another helpful addition to the Tools for Composers series.

    Thanks,

    Sakari

    1. Hi Richard,
      Thank you for your comment. I have decided to bring this blog back. I hope to continue and expand upon what I started, and I would love to have guest bloggers. Do you have an idea for a topic, or do you know anyone who is itching to write?
      Thanks,
      Dan

  4. Despite the hurdles of Composing Original Works, I have mostly found it near impossible to get Bands, Orchestras, Choirs + more groups & even solo performers other than myself capable & willing to tackle them.

    &

    The check Box – Notify me of new comments via email, isn’t working!

    1. It is indeed very hard to get performances. The best advice I can give is to make as many friends as possible (especially in organizations and universities), and never stop sending your music out. And, start small.

      I’m so sorry to hear of the checkbox not working! I have no idea how often the WordPress staff do bug fixes, unfortunately, and this site is completely powered by WordPress.

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