There's a good 15 second chuck cut out from the end of the solo into the rythm. I had it synced up alot better than that but when I mixed it down to an MP3 format it screwed it up for somereason. And, in a massive stroke of idiocy, I had already exited my mixer without saving. So I was stuck basically
Thanks for the compliment, but I'm still not in love with the voice.
Now that one of the best art contest I've entered is over, I can post this up here. I tried to make it obvious in the description on youtube but if possible, please listen to this with headphones. The main reason for that is the more subtle dynamics as well as the heavy drums in the background, some of it is alomst inaudible unless on either really good speakers or headphones. So yea, there you go. Opininos welcomed
I have a strong sound system in my room for my computer with a sub, so the head phones thing is no issue for me.
The bells and choir voice worked perfectly for the opening section. You played with structure and dynamics really well in this, what with drowning out the strings and stuff in all the right places. However I felt like put too many chokes on the song. In certain areas you just stop, only to start up again with the same dynamic before, and it made the flow of the second half a bit rocky imo.
None the less I really enjoyed it!
(Sorry I didn't vote for it, but the other visual art ones were just so great)
He no worries man. I did kind of skip out on the dynamics I suppose. This was the first time I've worked with so many instruments at once so it was a tiny bit overwelming in terms of what should come out where. Thanks for the comment
Live performance! Even though this is a pretty easy piece (only took about a week to memorize) it has really become one of my favorites to play. The sound quality on the video is a little weak, but it sound very nice live. The song is "Snowflight" by Andrew York. Look him up if you're interested, he's a very good guitarist.
Feel good to finally write something again. I was getting irritated there for a minute.
Ok, I'm not entirely satisfied with this one to be honest, but like I said, it just feels good to finish a piece.
Believe it or not, this piece is inspired by and I guess technically about (considering the title) a character from a manga. Why? Why not, that's why. Anyway, the manga is "Violinist of Hameln" and it is a very good and very long series. The character "Sizer" is something of a tragic character yadda yadda blah blah go read it for yourself In conclusion, I present "Rise of Sizer"
All it takes is time and determination. It's not like vocals. You can only go so far with being trained to sing, in order to be really good at it you have to have a natural talent for it, which is why I choose to learn instruments instead lol.