September 3, 2014
September 8, 2014
I just gave this a listen and I thought you did a great job man. Actually, I was impressed with a couple of small points and the smooth transitions in tone from high to low. It was a small thing but the transition in tone was smooth and I liked it. Sometimes what seems small is not so easy to do but (to me) adds to the song or interpretation and its feel. There are small things I try to do in a song without getting crazy with high notes or runs (a high note or run seems to impress most people these days, even if is off pitch...lol) and I often wonder if people even notice these small things. At times I believe they may not notice but at the same time I also think it may be why a listener may like a particular singer without even knowing it. It may be the small things that add character to an interpretation. Nice job Felipe.
By the way...I hope everyone here... when listening to a song example by members... uses headphones. I find there is such a difference in how the song sounds especially listening on a laptop or cheap computer speakers. You can get a much better feel and sound and I often find that when listening to a song sample though the computer it might not sound so good then I pop on the headphones and get a completely different (better) impression. This is especially true with home recording and mixing.
Nice job Felipe
"It's not how many notes you know. It's what you do with them."
October 9, 2016
Wow. I was expecting prog or metal. Then when the music started I thought it was Olivia Newton John or something
Very nice. The only thing that caught my ear was the word "afraid" ( "he's afraid") seemed a bit clipped off on the end
oh, and there was a small amount of reticulated hysteresis on that agogic accent but you probably felt it was obbligato so I guess its no big deal
September 3, 2014
Hey Tommy thank you bro. Yeah this song looks much easier than it actually is hahaha, lots of falsetto and then the dramatic middle. But its also why its fun. 😉
Hey jonjon nice to have you here bro! Thank you for the words. Its a gelatto macchiato fettuccine btw 😉
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