really good. its really mellow but yet you don't fall asleep . good for the ears. good job.2thumbs up
Great...just great. Sounded like you were sort of fumbling around in a couple of sections, but you never got off track. I could listen to this for a long time and never get bored with it. Amazing music.
yeah there gonna be fumbling around when played live, thanks again for the word!
God bless you ^_^
Many thanks for giving the chord progressions to us... seriosly!
I'll give it a try (failing miserably ^_^... but, hell at least I tried)
This song has a very nice variation to it. I just love that ghost note part with the reeverb and all. Excellent job there. Do I hear strings? Nice. Maybe a bit too faded, but they still do their job nicely.
Great job once more. You've got potential. Keep it up and always improve yourself.
11/10 (the ghost notes and strings were a great touch)
P.S. I'm starting to get a bit off-scale with you... I think I'll lower my scores next time so that I'll start giving 10's for your masterpieces. Hope you don't mind ^_^.
on your PS. , no problem at all :) yeah there are strings but i didnt want it to be the main part of the song.
thanks alot too, glad you're back to listen to some more.
Very good base/melody spread, good solid simple minimalistic production. Strings are nicely arranged. Interesting tidbit was there, too, with the echo. I've heard this song many times now and am fond of it. But I think Apple has forever ruined this music for me as all I can imagine now are iPhoto slideshows!
I LOVE IT
Man, i REALLY loved this one, the melody and all
AMAZING MAN AMAZING AMAZING AMAAAZING!
its kind of a complicated fingerpicking for this one, if you want to try it here's the chords, starts with:
G (3x0033), G/F# (220033), Em (022033), C(x32033)
the calmer part towards 1:13 ---> Bm/G (x2503x), C (x34030), Em (024030)
towards 1:56 when i do some harmonics while strumming simply goes C (x32033) to Em (022033) a couple of times
before the outro resemble the start:
G (3x0033), G/F# (220033), Em (022033), A(x02033), G (3x0033), G/F# (2x0033), G (3x0033)
the end part:
and thanks again by the way :D
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.