No offense taken. Don't worry I will not crumble under the weight of criticism. I am glad you gave it a listen.
I don't mean to suggest that art occurs independently of imagination. I was making a more obscure point about music itself. I think music is essentially imageless, yet it certainly involves imagination and can inspire imagery. But the music itself is imageless.
On the face of it, your volleyball and beach suggestion seems more appealing than my poison ivy imagery.
Thanks again for listening.
P.S. Even the great composers would scratch themselves in very existential places from time to time. A source of inspiration!
Man that was something new to my ears! I actually liked it. The "groovie" part that occurs 25 sec into the song was cool (and Chucky-like evil...)
To give you a litte contructive critisism I would say that some of the instruments position in the song (not panning) was a litte unrealistic. For instance, the solo-violin was way louder than the violin-ensemble (if that was what you were using??) Also, it seemed like some parts were recorded in a hurry, which did not make it any less realistic, but made it sound like an orchestral rehersal.
Nevertheless, your Xylophone-performance is VERY-good. I actually tried to imagine a Xylophone-player performing it, and you "fooled" med there man!
Was this done with EWQL Silver? I have been considering buying Silver, but first I have to upgrade my old desktop. I recently bought a new laptop, with 512MB RAM and 2,8GHz Celeron Processor, and I was thinking of buying Silver so that I could compose music wherever I go.
It would be cool to know if anyone here has had any success running Silver on a 2,8 Celeron (or less)...