OMG...mesmerizing voice, she is picking up quite high operatic notes successfully. Absolutely wonderful song taking you far away somewhere in Celtic lands/medieval times. As you mentioned this is a prayer so there must not be any rating but allow me to express through this only system to let you know my feelings and I rate it 5/5 if not 10/10. Your first try nevertheless a masterpiece. Please make more songs of this type.
:) Thank you! If we would have had more time, we'd of ironed out the higher stuff more, but she did awesome with it! Thank you for the kind words, I'm hoping to record with her more often! :D
this simply blew me away... your wife's voice is hauntingly beautiful.. it's just a shame at some of the peaking issues in this piece when you hit the high notes.. still I find it a bit unfair to condemn one for hardware limitations.. the amt of chamber reverb was perfect to give the correct atmosphere, and the background was jut minimalistic enough to not inferfere with the vocals.
Still it's good to consider your wife's vocals in the future..
Thank you for the review Chron! I'm still figuring out how to properly record, and I think the mic setting I used had something to do with it. After looking back at the EQ I couldn't get rid of the peaking, so we'll have to rerecord those few parts and I'll update the song eventually :) I'm glad you enjoyed the piece - looking forward to seeing the results! Keep these contests going!
I'm never actually into classical music but you just blew my mind, I will definitely be anxious for upcoming music from you.
That's awesome, made my day! Thanks for taking the time to review!
Very Impressed, I fucking love it!!
This reminds me of the really really old gregorian chants you'd hear sometimes. Personally, I love those and find them always so beautiful. This is a perfect companion for them.
Your wife also has a beautiful voice. If this is just a rush job though, I'd love to see what a professionally done job would be! 5 out of 5 for me!
:) Thank you! And yes, I'm a big fan of Gregorian chant myself.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.