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Acoustic guitar, piano, with added bass and strings recorded on garage band, by sam boux


really soothing

You have control of a great emotion. You can calm anyone down from whatever mess life puts them in. There are so many scenes I can imagine when I hear your music. And they're all beautiful and sweet, enjoying the moment kind of feelings. :)

Boux responds:

Cool , the only thing i can say is continue to thanking you to take the time and listen!

Again, Wow

I dont really know what to say. I've been playing guitar for like 11 years and I dont think I'm able to put this much emotion into my guitar pieces. (though most of mine is simple strumming and rhythm) You have incredible talent. If I had the time, I'd write a review for each song you've done. Each one leaves me awestruck, mouth agape, and relaxed. Buddy, never change a thing. You've got it pegged.


Boux responds:

Wow, awesome compliment. glad you like that much , i dont plan on changing, thanks again.....11years you must have awesome rhythm :D. rhythm is one of my less productive on guitar.

LOL on a stick.

i think no matter what song you point me to i am going to be impressed!
and i am so sorry to say this.... but you have played GUITAR? for thirteen months? really? surely not. i really cant believe that! so if you have only played for 13 months yo have to admit you are a prodigy! LOL. because i played the guitar. and i suck.
Genius again. i love the sound effects in the background aswell.
your whole echoe pan delay thing that goes on, really moves the mind around.

And i would like to thank you personally, for giving me over 30 songs to meditate to for free. thank you sir. you are gifted. SO truly gifted.

Boux responds:

Yeah really its no joke, started february 2008 after i got back from a 3 weeks trip to costa-rica, and no 5 stars hotels you know, only from small villages to another, i wanted to start playing when i saw this acoustic guitar player in the streets, he amazed me so well that i bought his CD and decide that the first thing im gonna do back from the trip is to start playing guitar. I first find this old ragged guitar in the closet that my father played in the 70s, when i got enough money i bought myself a 300$ brand new Takamine Black acoustic guitar(the one in my pic) that i recorded all my tunes with.
Thanks for the great review!

mmmm ^________________^

you know what your songs remind me of? there was a game back on the xbox called . . . Sudeki. It had a very relaxing soundtrack, and I always loved it because they had this particular chord progression that was beautiful to the ears, but as soon as you started enjoying the chord - it ended. You capitalize on this very progression and it doesn't disapoint in the slightest.

so yeah. I enjoy your stuff. I am downloading this and Favoriting it as well.

Boux responds:

dont know what game your pointing to, but thanks alot again for the nice review


So simple, yet so rich and deep.

The sound you have is so wonderful sir. I love the guitar work...not like...LOVE! Very original and creative throughout the whole song. It seems like there is two lines of guitar going. Is there? Or am I slightly retarded?

If so you did a great job mixing them together for a great sound. If not, then you got an amazing sound on one audio track. Very intricate, but never too complicated. It stay interesting all the way through, and yet is simple enough to appreciate it one the most primary level.

I like the background ambiance that is going on throughout the song. It really adds a layer that is almost undetected, but still gives it color. Not an easy thing to do by any means, and you did it so well here.

I would say add some minor percussion to it. I'm not sure what, but it seems to need something. Maybe just some stick clicks. Like when a drummer hits the edge of the drum, rather than the head itself. Gives that click noise with a slight hint of the drum itself. Just an idea.

5/5 and 9/10 overall. Amazing work here really man! I'm excited to hear your other tracks!


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Boux responds:

HAHA! no man youre not retarded, youre right on this point, some parts of the song have a second line. For the percussion theres some guitar tapping but very subtle. Thanks man glad you liked it, im working on other tunes to post soon.

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Credits & Info


3.50 / 5.00

Feb 18, 2009
3:49 PM EST
File Info
5.9 MB
4 min 20 sec

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