you used one of my countries national instrument and it fits perfectly with your trumpet and sax.nice one
I'm glad that you like it :)
Thanks for review.
This is one hell of an inspiring song. It's so rich in culture, it gets immersive, as that I can't hear nothing else when I start listening it.
I've listened it regularaly for the past year, and it's come to help me understand the musical culture of the region. Doing so, I'm currently basing my term composition project on mid-eastern music, of wich the first part will soon be posted here.
But last friday, my friend gave me a challenge to make a modal jazz in 7/8. I immediatly thought about your song, and even after not listening it the whole time, I still think it sounds alot like your song.
here's the link: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/liste n/379380
Hope you like it, I feel you should know I got inspired by your song.
i would give you a 11 but i can't.
Well, I don't know that much about jazz to say something very developed...
I'm just going to say that I loved it...=D
Hey, thanx for the ton of reviews man.
I'm glad that you like my music :)
It's oh so good to hear real original music for once, played by real people; instead of all this electronic stuff made with prerecorded, packaged sounds that people try to pass off as jazz on newgrounds.
Now that I'm done my short rant, here's what I think:
Very nice use of ethnic sounds and styles.
The kaval did cut in a bit though, its sound is very dark compared to the trumpet and sax, but it worked out!
Thanx for review.
There are some more people who have recordings "for real" here:
No1r, spamwangler, nutrumpet, SSM-NW, porksoda, Sonofkirk and a nice Funk/Hip-Hop band, BaraPaLatsas.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.