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Mar 28, 2017 | 1:07 AM EDT
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5.6 MB
3 min 5 sec
4.68 / 5.00

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Rated 4.68 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Solo Instrument

Author Comments

I love the look on this guys' face. Looks like the kinda guy who ain't gunna stop for NUTHIN'! And so...I composed this instrumental piece using nothing but a single guitar and a mic and my DAW. All sounds are me playing guitar, no samples.

And here's the link to the artwork:



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Highly impressed with your arrangement. Some places where intonation could be a bit better, but guitar by nature is not a perfect instrument, so a bit of flat and sharp here is expected. Extra points for using a single instrument. Mixing could use a bit of fine tuning on percussive bits, but again, arrangement makes up for it. Subtracting half a star for some small mistakes like near-missing harmonics, etc., which could have been cleaned up. A lot of people won't notice that.

I would say instrumentation doesn't really reflect the wintry vibe of the piece, but the arrangement reflects a rough and tumble, hard life. That very much fits the artwork. Fantastic piece, Ceevro!

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Ceevro responds:

Thank you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

And downloaded with a 5 start rating. Keep up the awesome. :)

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Ceevro responds:

Hehe. Good to know someone is listening!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm highly impressed. I was not expecting this from you. What I really is that you kept it for the most part in one key. Normally not a great thing to do, but considering where this guy would be coming from (likely from Northern Scotland given the attire and facial features) there would likely be some bagpipe influence with the cord structure. I'd wager it's in the key of D just on that point alone.

You get the flavor of the setting of the picture, and more impressively, you mixed his background into the mix as well. And your skills have improved since the last time I paid attention to you last.

You did a great jorb out there

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Ceevro responds:

C# is the key, actually. Tuned to DADGAD, then a half-step down.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a total Ceevro! You should have sang in here. I miss your collabs, though... Just was listening to Africa ;)

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Ceevro responds:

I would dearly love to continue the singalongs. Alas, the new rules prevent covers unless we can get the original artist's permission...and I find it relatively difficult to get Paul Simon to answer my calls!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i know the Ceevro will drop da bomb. bold move to enter this shit only with solo instrument.

btw, you should link the art in the description.

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Ceevro responds:

AH! I totally forgot to link the art here! Thanks for the heads-up!