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Mihai Sorohan @sorohanro

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"Gheorghe Dima" Music Academy

Norway

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Posted by sorohanro - 1 month ago


I'm happy to announce we finished production to my new video, Splash!, which you've heard here on Newgrounds too, now arranged for jazz big-band.


It features another newgrounder, Lady Albatross on alto and tenor saxophones, and the video is made by Citrina.

Here's full credits list:


Mihai Sorohan - trumpet, trombone, bass guitar, additional guitar

Lady Albatross - alto and tenor saxes: sarahjohnsonmusic.com

Marius Pop - guitar: www.youtube.com/user/mario404

Artem Zhulyev - baritone saxophone: www.youtube.com/channel/UCLDgqfiDrYqBjh2EHDGZpZA

Magnus Brandell Regaltip Artist - drums (Goedrum digital drums).

For custom made midi drums www.oddgrooves.com


Mixed by Mihai Sorohan

Master by Jean Piloiu and Marius Pop, courtesy of Rootzstudio

Video by Citrina: https://www.youtube.com/user/Citrinet


Enjoy :)


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Posted by sorohanro - December 5th, 2018


Hi there
There are some really awesome musicians here on Newgrounds, so, to make them known in a cheerful "christmassy" way, I decided to make a playlist with Christmas songs, carols, instrumental tunes inspired by Christmas or just winter.
heck it out here:
https://www.newgrounds.com/playlists/view/1a0d3a5a7d2e1604f3f4b53af8669029

It includes names like Hania, Troysnix, SineRider, BOUNC3, Evil-Dog, Jazza...etc

You can also help me complete the list by posting your favorite Christmas tracks here:
https://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1436736#bbspost26258628

 

Cheers and merry Christmas!


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Posted by sorohanro - March 30th, 2018


Just for me, as a reference; awesome music videos:

this one has more of a pop-meh music, but the video is like a movie:
 

and THIS !!! oh boy... this:
 

this one is good;
 

look at these colors and how cinematic can look a music performance in the right light:
 

 


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Posted by sorohanro - January 22nd, 2018


and the master himself at it:
 

 


Posted by sorohanro - January 3rd, 2018


WHO WANTS TO LEARN TO PLAY TRUMPET?

I started, as part of my job, to write some trumpet tutorials. Those are targeted very wide to kids from 6 to 20 years old.
Are you interested? Should I start a thread updated weekly with new lessons? free music sheet, free backing tracks to practice, eventually videos and me being available to answer questions?
Can start from level 0 and we go together to level... whatever we manage. I can promise I'll make it fun to learn even if all you can play it's just one note.
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If there's anyone interested, leave a comment here and I'll start it. All you need is a trumpet. You can find a cheap pocket trumpet under 90$.
 


Posted by sorohanro - October 25th, 2017


NEO SOUL CHORDS EXPLAINED

 


Post Modern Reharmonization of the Blues

How to Imitate Even More Closely a Whole Lot of Hollywood Film Music with One More Easy Step

and two authors of tutorials that are some of the best I've seen around:

https://tutsplus.com/authors/david-bode

 and 

https://tutsplus.com/authors/ryan-leach

 


Posted by sorohanro - May 29th, 2017


Hi there!
I decided to put my EPs on YouTube. The general listeners might have the YouTube app on their phone but might nit want a different app (Soundcloud, Bandcamp, ReverbNation, additional Flash Player...etc) just to listen to music. So, here are my EPs, ready to listen on whatever device you have:

and 

Soon to add the newest one (...)


Posted by sorohanro - May 10th, 2017


Hi there!

I'm happy to announce a new EP. this time a bit more on the rock side of the music. Some of the tracks are actually composed in 2009, in their early incarnations are here on NG. Now they got some better guitar parts, some punchier brass (after I got my trombone), really cool drums, a nice mix and mastering.

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Mihai Sorohan - guitar, trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone, keyboards, bass guitar 
Bojan - bass guitar on "Black Cat" (courtesy of Goran Grooves) 
James McCoy - bass guitar on "Hope to See You Again" (courtesy of GoranGrooves) 
Darius Rudis - drums on "Black Cat" 
Goran Rista - drums on "Freedom Cry" and "Hope to See You Again"(courtesy of GoranGrooves) 

Tracks composed by Mihai Sorohan 
Mixed by Martynas Eidukevičius 
Mastered by Bob Katz at Digital Domain, Orlando, FL 
Goran Grooves www.gorangrooves.com 
Cover art by Citrina, www.citri.net

 

 

https://mihaisorohan.bandcamp.com/album/-

Take a listen and tell me which track I should release for free on Newgrounds ;)


Posted by sorohanro - February 25th, 2017


We start with a classic:

then with something more modern:

and something from the Romanian Eurovision preselections:

 


Posted by sorohanro - February 19th, 2017


I fell in love with... rubber ducks. I want to buy those but my wife told me she'll kick me in the balls if I do it.

As much as I seem a masochist sometimes, I won't risk, but here's some links for future reference to the awesome rubber ducks.

First one is a Batman duck, the one that started my passion:

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http://www.emp-shop.no/art_316417/

The next one is going to space. As a kid I wanted to be an astronaut.

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http://www.budducks.com/mini-bud-ducks/product/90-mini-deluxe-space-duck 

Robots. Robots are cool, in a Jetsons kind of way.

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http://www.budducks.com/new/product/69-deluxe-robot-duck

And the last one is a classsic. You should always respect classics.

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http://www.budducks.com/index.php?option=com_hikashop&ctrl=product&task=show&cid=26&name=luxury-uno-duck

 

Oh well... one day... one day...