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    I am doing the Edexcel (I think) music GCSE. I have my two compositions due in on the 10th Feb so any help as quick as possible would be hugely appreciated. Basically my 2nd composition is gone as I have lost the USB which it was on.
    I will have to start a new piece.
    Obviously this is quite subjective, but does anyone know which genre I should go for to create a new decent composition quickly? Did anyone find that creating a certain piece was quite easy?
    I can use either Sibelius 6 or Logic at school.
    (I do know this is quite vague and it kinda matters what is good for you)
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    (Original post by heroic_pigeon)
    I am doing the Edexcel (I think) music GCSE. I have my two compositions due in on the 10th Feb so any help as quick as possible would be hugely appreciated. Basically my 2nd composition is gone as I have lost the USB which it was on.
    I will have to start a new piece.
    Obviously this is quite subjective, but does anyone know which genre I should go for to create a new decent composition quickly? Did anyone find that creating a certain piece was quite easy?
    I can use either Sibelius 6 or Logic at school.
    (I do know this is quite vague and it kinda matters what is good for you)
    Hi, that sounds awful! Really sorry you lost your work. I used Sibelius 6 for mine, and did a blues/jazz piece. I found that it was quite easy to work with and allowed me a lot of creative freedom without having to worry so much about formats like you would with pop
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    Awesome! Thanks for the suggestion
 
 
 
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