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Oct 8, 2008 | 9:52 AM EDT
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7 MB
10 min 13 sec
4.17 / 5.00

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Rated 4.17 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

Another piano recording with my trusty, if staticy, digital recorder. Again, please be aware that this is purely "freehand", not a practiced and performed piece. Also, this is another file that had to bite the compression bullet of 96kpbs, sorry. It's so long though.. and I couldn't bare to leave anything out.
So.. I really don't expect any votes or reviews for these piano recordings, they're just there if you like to listen.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't understand some people

Contrary to the person below me, I don't think that the emotion could truly be conveyed without the sound of that trusty recorder :)

It speaks clearly to me, especially because it's more fast paced than some of the other pieces made by those "professionals" *scoffs* and because it's freehand, you didn't put thought into it, just pure soul, and I wish I could do that with every aspect of my life.

Smad responds:

Thank-you, your comments mean a lot to me. These two piano pieces I uploaded to Newgrounds are only a snippet of how I feel and what I play when I'm at piano. It's comforting to know some-one understands what they mean.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

There's gotta be a way...

..You can get a better sounding quality rather than sounding like your pulling a Nine Inch Nails and playing underwater. It's really too distracting to really truly pay attention to the emotion in your piano playing. Go out and spend $100.00 and buy yourself this all in one pack, it comes with a USB microphone and Garage band the latest version. You could then record it pretty professionally and mix it and whatnot. I think that will help you out quite a bit, especially if this important to you.

Smad responds:

Thanks for the review, I really appreciate it. I do love playing the piano, but I'm not serious about these muck-a-round sessions as songs in themselves, just for interest's sake. Plus I've been apart from my piano for the past year and will be for the next 4 years :( (they're not too portable and I don't have money for a good keyboard).

Although, I might use my music programs to take a few loops from them and intregrate them into something else. Oh well, I just thought people might like to hear something spontaneous.