At the heart of quality sheet music—beyond just notes on a page—exist intricate expressions, extensive logical structure, delicate yet uniform aesthetics, and superlative attention to detail.
When I create sheets, I take zero compromises in order to achieve these aspects to the very best of my abilities. I wholeheartedly believe that no performing musician should be stuck with lackluster sheet music for the piece they want to play. I believe in the importance of vibrancy and saturation in the notation. And I believe there should preferably be an over-abundance of notation rather than a poverty of it. The musician will always have the final say in how the piece is performed, but I want to give them as much material as possible to help facilitate the development of profound interpretations and ensure that the musician walks away with a deeper appreciation of the piece than ever before.
I have been professionally trained and self-taught as a pianist for a decade. Through my experiences as a pianist, I've fallen in love with every aspect of sheet music notation; thus, I transitioned from the performing scene to the transcription, composition, and musical notation scene. I first discovered my passion for writing sheet music by attempting to transcribe piano pieces from original Japanese Anime soundtracks. By meticulously studying every section in the music down to individual milliseconds, I was able to gain a profound appreciation of the genius that went into crafting such expressive, dynamic, and technical works of musical art. I became immensely inspired by these realizations; I wanted to reflect the brilliance and beauty of these compositions with everything I had—but how?
My answer to that question lay in none other than the process of musical notation.
My primary goal is to offer an affordable, flexible, and extremely customizable option for either of the following:
You can reach me via email at email@example.com
I'm very open to discussion of any kind, so don't hesitate to get in contact if you have a question or simply want to talk about music :-)
My well-loved KX88. This thing has served me well.
The love of my life, my sweetheart, the beautiful Kawai CA79.
This is my typical workflow—primary monitor on the right, secondary on the left. I run linux which gives me infinite control over optimizing my workflow efficiency and customizing every aspect of my system to exactly how I like it. Usually, I'll switch back and forth to workspace #4 (四) to talk to my clients over discord, email, and other similar platforms. Communication is at the very core of what I do.