- Womans / domestic quarrel / Love & Antic / Being Ignored -
- Extrovert Girl -
First i wanted call it simply - The ugly antic - ...but then i realized it is based on my actual own feelings. And what drives me, is the empty and very depressing feeling of getting ignored by a extrovert girl, that is to reproach you, hurts you, but never gives a chance to realize that you just miss her. Throws you back, being untouchable.
You are getting mad and start doing songs like this
Unlike life: It has a "good end" (i couldn't end the drama like this)
Musical Info: A depressive and lovely mad piece with flutter flutes, pizzicato strings, etc...
That is only to match with womans
I think it would be funny to see that live-performed
I enjoyed this piece. But - maybe because I'm the woman - I didn't find it depressing. I enjoyed the "bickering" dissonances. I thought the reverb was maybe too much? Which made the lines more smooth and not as aggressive? Maybe that is why I didn't hear this as argumentive as it could be? or maybe I'm just trying to start an argument?
Seriously, I liked this and I think that you are getting good GPO sounds. And I'm sorry about your breakup but it makes for great music!
Thanks alot, both of you.
I was happy to read something about "color" and "expression"
Ok i will take another look at the reverb. Was not even finished with all instruments-locations. I think the flutes as example, are at the very same place as violins 1 or close into any other group.
My only question at this time is:
How can i make my MP3 files direct-listening ? No need to download them and direct playback in Quicktime player ? (as most of other pieces are)
Everytime when i try to open any of my own files, it ask me to download it, but not automatically begins playing in QT player.
@ Drumroll: You are a woman ? seems womans are different, and they feel in a different way - they laught about something that hurts a man. Probably that is, what makes you laugh about it
But seriously: It HAS this funny touch in it. I know it well ...these are the "funny antics" - the nice moments in love
This really does have a conversational tone to it, and I love some of the dialogues.
I'm listening to the first post, because the more recent one which you said is streaming--isn't--it indicated I'd have to wait 4 minutes, but the "play" button on the Box site worked almost instantly, so--that was the better bet for that.
Anyway, this means I'm hearing the one with the greater amount of reverb which people on the thread objected to. Yes--it has that "from the back row of a huge empty theatre" sound which not only blurs the music too much, but softens the intent of your composition, as Paula pointed out. The Pizz Bass also is way over-powering with this much reverb.
BUT--returning to the good stuff--The piece Talks, and I'm quite taken with that texture. As was Paula, I was surprised to hear that it's not as angrily bickering as you described in your post. --Funny?--Hmm, there's humor in it, but I wouldn't say "funny." Maybe you're trying to not take your own composition too seriously?---That happens.