I really like the way this song progresses. Some of the keys were a little awkward and potentially off-key, but it's easy to forget that when you look at the song as a whole. The strings sounded so good in this song, and the soft percussion was a very nice touch.
Nice and short, but it doesn't need to be any longer. That statement was felt immediately, and didn't need to be reiterated through unnecessary length.
Thanks man :)
I appreciate the kind words, dearly so.
Well bust my buttons.
Don't be insulted by this, but I think this song would be perfect for one of those cheesy e-card animations. It has such a perfect mood and melody to it that it just... fits. It matches the theme exactly, and even though it's depressing at times it's got a tinge of hope and sweetness.
I guess comparing it to generic e-card / inspirational animation music doesn't give it any sort of justice, but that's what I thought of it. I really like this song :) I think it's your best piece expression-wise. It starts off simply, but builds up into something really full-sounding.
The light bongo / percussion when the strings first come in is also a nice effect :)
So... yep. I tip my hat to you. This brought some thoughts of people that are only here in my memories, so you could say this song's got a universal message. Good job, Mr. Caleb!
Haha, I can see that yah. Although I'd make sure to be paid lots for that, ahaha.
I super liked the bongos, one of the first times I've ever used em.
I'm glad this is a universal message, I want everyone to remember those they have lost, but for the reasons why we miss them; because they were, and are worth missing.
I'm glad you liked this, thanks for stopping by :D
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