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Old 02-10-2019, 08:42 AM
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Default Nameless {original}

Some more "mood" music.



I had started an additional section for this, but it was more unique than related to the theme in "Nameless" that I decided to work on it as a separate piece which is in the early stages of development
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Old 02-10-2019, 09:08 AM
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Excellent, Barry. I think this is your best yet in establishing mood/melody and a "story" to the piece! The melody easily held me through the entire song....which I think is the key to its quality.
Great job!
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Totally agree with Fred. I really liked what you have going on throughout. I also think it's your best recording effort as far as noise, balance and volume go.
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There are empty unexplainable times in my life in which this fits so well. Thanks so much Barry.

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Old 02-10-2019, 08:22 PM
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A very evocative composition, Barry. Well played and recorded, too!
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Just beautiful.
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Wonderful Barry! love it!

Very nice melody and sound effect

Keep them coming!

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Old 02-11-2019, 09:55 AM
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Excellent, Barry. I think this is your best yet in establishing mood/melody and a "story" to the piece! The melody easily held me through the entire song....which I think is the key to its quality.
Great job!
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Thanks Fred! I've been trying to transition from "entertaining to write and play" to "entertaining to listen to." It's good to hear that I'm getting there.
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Totally agree with Fred. I really liked what you have going on throughout. I also think it's your best recording effort as far as noise, balance and volume go.
Thanks Mike. I had recorded this with my ribbon mic at mid fretboard and my AT2035 at the lower bout. As an experiment I cut out the ribbon track because I was concerned about removing all of the mic's self noise and dup'd the at2035 and panned hard, and then did some eq.

I have a Cloudlifter on the way so I'm sure that will help the ribbon. Thanks for listening and the feedback.
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There are empty unexplainable times in my life in which this fits so well. Thanks so much Barry.

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Thanks for listening, I'm glad that you liked it Mike!
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It's always nice to revolve around a theme. You have to give an emotion and here it is
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A very evocative composition, Barry. Well played and recorded, too!
Thanks Bob!
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Thanks Bruce!
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On the Avalon: Ciuil Amuigh {Stephen Wake cover-traditional Scottish}

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Wonderful Barry! love it!

Very nice melody and sound effect

Keep them coming!

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It's always nice to revolve around a theme. You have to give an emotion and here it is
Thanks Remy!
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On the Avalon: Ciuil Amuigh {Stephen Wake cover-traditional Scottish}

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Really cool composition Barry! And the sound is very good, which adds to the appeal! Very nice playing and very intriguing musical piece! Very thoughtful...

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