I can hear a little master in you.
Its very soft and kind to the ear, but the manner in wich you pause and elaborate pieces, its much like how masters such as bach (also made music for the lute mind you, quite similar) composed music.
Ill add you to favorites and look you up again now and then. :)
Thanks. Bach is my biggest influence and inspirations, although my music doesn't show it much.
Thanks for the review!
You've seriously left me speechless. I really don't know what to say about this piece. It's just so amazing that I can't find much to comment about, and trust me, it takes a lot to leave me speechless... Well, I'm part of the RRC, so I'd better think of something to say.
The composition is obviously the highlight of this track, and it's really well done. Those melodies are extraordinary and every section had a totally new theme to it, each melody sounding more amazing than the previous one. I think my favourite part would be a tie between the second section and 3:22 onwards, but all of it sounds superb. Extraordinary job with the melodies, they're among the best I've heard in a long while.
Naturally, the only downfall in this would be the performance. Not to say you played it badly because you didn't, but there are a few mistakes or bad timing, which distract the listener a bit. Furthermore, like in your other piece, this could be a bit louder. Could be me and my obsession to loudness, but I think you could definitely amplify this by at least 5 decibels and not reach any clipping.
TL;DR: this song is amazing. You have a real talent at playing the guitar, and I hope you develop it even more :D.
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haha Thanks! I can play this a lot better now, it's just finding the time to record it. I mostly do live performances, so recording is kind of tedious to me sometimes. My nails were also a bit too long at the time, which can cause me to hit some different strings. I try to increase the volume, but it ends up making the quality bad when you turn it up louder. The guitar is a chamber instrument, so it's not going to be the loudest, but I'm trying different techniques to get the most volume out of it, I even gbought a second mic to record in stereo and hopefully get more volume out of it.
Thanks for the lengthy review =D
-Wow, the length of each progression is pretty long and with only a few pauses it must be rather tiring to play this. It's well worth the effort put into it since it's done quite artfully. Not too many mistakes considering the overall length but it's difficult not to since some slippage is bound to happen from time to time.
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Yea, I am really mad about the mistakes, but it's nothing that I can help. I use a cheap-o student model 100 dollar nylon string guitar, so mistakes are bound to happen. It's funny, because when I play Alvarez I notice almsot 0 mistakes, but on mine I can hear them.
Thanks for the review!
Awsome track, i love it
Oh wow, as soon as i heard this it reminded me so much of "DUST IN THE WIND" and even though it was a lower version to me still sounds pretty good, i liked this alot and will ad it to my faves list, i love guitar solos and such and this was top notch, so nice job on it, it was clear and crisp sounding, a great sound and since it sounded alot like dust in the wind i was a fan fave, so nice job indeed, keep up the good work.
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I think this is great as is really awsome stuff
Thanks, glad you liked it!
Ten out of Ten
I'm a huge fan of classical guitar type stuff like this. What makes this nice is that it is an original piece. I can bypass the issue of the quality because it has nothing to do with what you can control. This is a very calming piece. I really don't have anything that I can complain about; it wasn't sloppy, boring, repetitive, or unoriginal. The song is what it is and it is fine as is.
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it :)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.