Oh man, you should really release midi files of your songs so people can learn how to play them :D
This song is very nice. The variation makes it unique :)
Thanks a million!
I actually do have MIDI files of all my songs stored somewhere in the depths of the folders on my computer... If people ask for sheets or so I usually give them the MIDI file via e-mail XD
NO REVIEWERS?! Let's fix that! I like the energy in this piece. It sounds like spring. <3 A lot of your pieces could function as background music for montages, I've noticed. ;D It seems a little too fast for a waltz, though, like the footage of the montage was sped up for comic effect. Interesting work with the tempo changes at :40, but this needed a full-length breakdown in order to function as a structurally complete piece IMO. The ending made it feel pretty conclusive, however. Interesting work. I'm sorry Detektivbyran broke up (I don't know how to make the accent on the a. Sorry). I appreciated hearing something that wasn't in 4/4 for once, though, haha. ;D Keep up the good work, my friend!
Problum faund - faund fix- fixd it.
I can see how this reminds you of spring :)
I think it was made during late winter though :/
There is no such thing as too fast for a waltz! (only really fast dancers!!!)
About the tempo changes... Just a weird thing I added there for no reason. I always play it like that though!
I think this is a pretty short piece. That said, there is no proper length that a piece should be (only the length most people are used to, partly because of the attention spans, and because of the laziness of artists) :p
You don't know how to write an "å"? Blasphemy!!!
"I appreciated hearing something that wasn't in 4/4 for once"
Thank you once again, dear friend ;)
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