Simple and elegant.
I would really like to see you rerecord this and make it even better.
In one part from 0:34 to 0:36, it sounds a little odd. You may want to look into that.
I like how you came in with the choir-like part midway. Although you may want a smoother transition into it.
Overall a great piece.
I was sitting in suspense, hoping that you wouldn't hit that last note... hoping you would leave it be on that beautiful third, letting the song end in somewhat-incomplete perfection... and then you hit it! Aaargh!
Great work, overall, though. It's also nice to hear something hand-played; it's almost a lost art here on NG... The production leaves a little to be desired, but I've never been one to let production interfere with music appreciation.
Yes, I know of the "imcomplete perfection" you speak of, but I felt I just had to add that last note to symbolize that the legacy of my old keyboard had been completed. Relax, dude. I have other songs that implement the incomplete perfection method.....quite nicely, too. I'll try uploading some new ones in a few days, but school-work continues to pile on me. Ah well. Thanks for your review!
well played CutMan, well played.
I've just recently put my old mouse to rest. I make all my music with that one single mouse, and my crapium comp.
It sounds silly, but that mouse let me give birth to some pretty impressive tunes (or at least I like to think so >_>). So when I listened to this piece, I imagined holding up this dirty old mouse, high up to the sky, letting it soak in the light one last time, before I buried it, making it one with the earth it came from.
I miss that crinkly click sound... *sniff*
5/5 from CutMan16 (for future reference, pieces like this should go to classical ^^)
Nah...to me, that story doesn't sound silly at all. As long as you can perform nicely, who really cares WHAT you use? People will still appreciate what you have made, regardless, simply because of the fact that the piece sounds wonderful. Thank you for your review!
(Heh....sorry about submitting this in the wrong section. Thanks for letting me know about that, too!