It's good, but i love when it sounds in a bit higher tones, but its good anyway! Yes, its a bit too long, but its because that some parts are similar. I like this song, i download this song, i listen to this song. Thank You! 10/10 5/5, make more and a bit more sensitive, if you can...
Thank you very much. Hopefully i dd jut that in A Hopeful Heart. Thanks again ^__^
But if ya add reverb and strings in this song, it will be great. Good job and keep up!
yeah i'm redoing this hopefully getting a pro to play it and recording (thats not me playing, it's a program) so hopefully that will go well :) thanks for the review :)
I see what you mean
Yes this is defiantly waltzy music. I really liked this, and I didn't even realize almost 8 minutes went by listening to it. The only thing I can say you could change is the chords ~3:40 in, it just seems a bit repetitive. Other than that, this is great, you can tell you worked hard on this!
Thanks a lot, i'm glad you enjoyed it, and yeah it took four months to write :) thanks again
4/5 8/10 Reverb is needed
What you need is to use th sustain pedal more often, if at all. Are you composing this completely on an arranger? Or do you have a keyboard to work with ?
I compoased it on sibelius. And you're right. Soon i'm going to repost this song. I did alot more sustain and dynamics, and it'll be played by a pro :) so i'll keep you posted on that.
You get a 10 and a 5 vote because this song imparts a sense of hope - true to its name - and thank you for your bit you wrote in the author's comments, it was good, needed medicine. It's my hope God will bless you whatever trial you are going through/might be coming up - whether you believe in God or not, this here soul is very appreciative.
Thank you so much for your comment. Believe me, you saying that it helped means more than any number I receive. I do believe in God, and I hope to do his work through my music. I am so happy to hear that it helped you and that you liked it. Keep in touch dude.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.