Sunrise after the fall

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  1. Jaydee Dusenberry

    Jaydee Dusenberry Member

    May 15, 2014
    I hope this is the right place, if not I am sure there is a moderator with a cattle prod already headed in my direction

    I would like some input on something I put together yesterday, It is called Sunrise after the fall, and refers to the fall of mankind

  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

    Sep 26, 2005
    Okay, me first!

    A lovely composition. It had a beginning. A beginning. And a beginning. Yes... sunrise after the fall of mankind. Sure for sure. There was no men left to play the composition. It came from a computer. No? Are you sure you weren't sampling some Scotch along with sampling some Cello? But ya better be careful with that saw. Ya might hurt yourself? But it did remind me of another song I really love. It had something to do with Love of Alzheimer's... but I can't remember the title? Hi my name is Remy.

    I like it because of your kitty picture. Otherwise, I kept waiting for some kind of melodic twists and/or resolution? You are writing about the sunrise after the fall. There are many different shades of light and color. From the sunrise, to after the fall. The music does not follow the title. Like they say, ya can't judge a book by its cover. I sat there waiting, listening, trying to anticipate what it was supposed to say to me? I didn't get it? I thought I had missed something when the song finished? It was already after midnight, moments ago. I'm a bit tired. So sometimes while in bed doing this, I nod out. So I listened the second time. I guess I didn't fall asleep? It is supposed to be the Sunrise after I fall to sleep? Well sure. That usually happens. But it wasn't in your composition.

    The recording that you made, certainly had no objectionable sounds. In fact I was rather pleased that it wasn't metal rock with guitars played with chainsaws. I could say it was relaxing. Almost hypnotic. Something that would put someone into a trance. Something transcendental. That reminds me... I have to make an appointment with the dentist. Thankth!

    What you've done, you've done quite well. Not sure what kind of audience you're going after? The engineering and mixing I thought was very listenable. From a technical standpoint, certainly no problems. Though honestly, I wouldn't really know what to tell ya, to make it any better? Since I don't understand what it says? It seems more like an exercise than a composition? A warm-up. Then again I also enjoy things that are non-abrasive. In that respect I found it interesting. Though not exactly interesting sounding. There isn't anything within the composition, from an instrumental standpoint, that takes anyone, anywhere?

    I'd say just my two cents worth but times are tight.
    Mx. Remy Ann David
  3. CrazyLuke

    CrazyLuke Active Member

    May 5, 2014
    Who was on Lead Saw? Two chords went along way in this song, but U could throw me a major motif on a bridge part or something to mix it up.

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