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    Quote Originally Posted by Capeditiea View Post
    i have one question... Why are there scizzers on the floor behind you?"

    is there a way to download your compositions?
    That way he can cut his posts short.
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    Clever Powders, clever indeed!

    I was using them for something in the basement and they just ended up there and I haven't picked them up yet.


    Cap:

    There are sites that can convert youtube videos into mp3s to be downloaded to your computer. It's a little work, but that is one way I know of.

    https://ytmp3.cc/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    Clever Powders, clever indeed!

    I was using them for something in the basement and they just ended up there and I haven't picked them up yet.


    Cap:

    There are sites that can convert youtube videos into mp3s to be downloaded to your computer. It's a little work, but that is one way I know of.

    https://ytmp3.cc/
    :O this will make listening to youtube things a lot more easier for me. i shall fetch all your works... (no worries i will only use for personal use. if i like them enough i will also listen to them more than once.) :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capeditiea View Post
    :O this will make listening to youtube things a lot more easier for me. i shall fetch all your works... (no worries i will only use for personal use. if i like them enough i will also listen to them more than once.) :3
    I hope you enjoy them! . The sound quality isn't spectacular, but it gets the point across.

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    So i am awaiting for them to download... but the only one that failed... was Cosmic Uncle...
    I will listen when i wake up. :3 gonna sleep now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capeditiea View Post
    So i am awaiting for them to download... but the only one that failed... was Cosmic Uncle...
    I will listen when i wake up. :3 gonna sleep now.
    I took Cosmic Uncle down, that is why it didn't work. Awesome, let me know what you think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    5. Pulse

    Sounds very Moody and nice to me. Probably the single most moving to me. I think some more variation would make it better, but it works well like minimalistic music.
    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Sounds very Moody and nice to me. Probably the single most moving to me. I think some more variation would make it better, but it works well like minimalistic music.
    Thanks !

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    So I have one more piece to post of all the old songs of mine I'm keeping, then the mission to compose on the level of the pieces above again begins.

    One of the main reasons I'm recording them is so I can remember how they go once I have a whole lot of compositions since I don't write out a score.

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    On Goliath, it's name doesn't match what is going on... it has more of a feel of a Bright Juggernaut... or a Train even... (unless we can call the train, Goliath.)
    Which oddly seems to be a great prelude to Tunnel... (where the train ends up going through a long tunnel.)
    Though with tunnel, i feel there should be more emphasis on the notes and slightly slower in tempo. (particularly in the first half)
    I really love Ripples.

    (pulse didn't download correctly so i gotta try again after i my laptop updates, since it is taking most of the data...)


    From listening to those three, i have a constant feeling of going back into the Old American West when trains were first becoming popular...

    It is really visual to me, and would love to play it, (if i had a piano.) it seems easy enough to play upon the values of many age groups.

    the only change i suggest is making more emotive. It just felt a little off. (which probably was more understanding when Uncle Cosmos was around...)

    I will listen to the three again before i listen to Pulse, since it feels like an interesting story is occuring in my ears and mind. Which may end up with a different outcome or opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    5. Pulse

    This is an interesting piece of music. Reminds of Philip Glass (from the couple of times I heard him), Bluegrass (again, from what little I know of that style), oriental, and even Indian (east): e.g., the phrase at 1:17 that you repeat many times is very distinctly Indian - in fact, I'm pretty sure I heard that exact phrase earlier in an Indian music context. Overall, like I said, interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capeditiea View Post
    On Goliath, it's name doesn't match what is going on... it has more of a feel of a Bright Juggernaut... or a Train even... (unless we can call the train, Goliath.)
    Which oddly seems to be a great prelude to Tunnel... (where the train ends up going through a long tunnel.)
    Though with tunnel, i feel there should be more emphasis on the notes and slightly slower in tempo. (particularly in the first half)
    I really love Ripples.

    (pulse didn't download correctly so i gotta try again after i my laptop updates, since it is taking most of the data...)


    From listening to those three, i have a constant feeling of going back into the Old American West when trains were first becoming popular...

    It is really visual to me, and would love to play it, (if i had a piano.) it seems easy enough to play upon the values of many age groups.

    the only change i suggest is making more emotive. It just felt a little off. (which probably was more understanding when Uncle Cosmos was around...)

    I will listen to the three again before i listen to Pulse, since it feels like an interesting story is occuring in my ears and mind. Which may end up with a different outcome or opinion.
    Thanks for the feedback. I will try to play them more emotively in future! The title Goliath could probably use an adjective with it b/c it's supposed to be showing a tender side to the mammoth beast who lost the battle to a tiny man, David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sekhar View Post
    This is an interesting piece of music. Reminds of Philip Glass (from the couple of times I heard him), Bluegrass (again, from what little I know of that style), oriental, and even Indian (east): e.g., the phrase at 1:17 that you repeat many times is very distinctly Indian - in fact, I'm pretty sure I heard that exact phrase earlier in an Indian music context. Overall, like I said, interesting.
    Thanks for your thoughts Sekhar! It does have a lot of different influences in it.

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    6. Good Night


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    No thoughts on Good Night?

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