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I am 68 years old and have been in music most of my life. I was playing guitar in rock bands even before the Beatles came to America, and worked in a recording studio for 30 years. I am now retired and have been composing for a few years on my computer.
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Hi Larry, you put a kind comment on my wall about one of my pieces. Thank you for that. I am sorry that it has taken so long to write back, illness and not looking at the sight for a long time. I like your music as well. I still think that there is a lot left for tonal music. All the best. Jim
I thought I responded to you a long time ago but now I don't see my response anywhere. So, I will do it again. Thank you for your kind words. I appreciate you taking the time to listen to my work. Hopefully I'll be posting more real soon! Please feel free to catch me anytime I'm on the forum. I love talking about music and anything else for that matter.
Thanks, Larry, and apologies it has taken me some time to listen to your music. I detect a certain filmic [if that's a word!] quality to your pieces! Do they fit together somehow? They're musically in a similar vein and the titles imply a journey in retrospect "A Better Place... Been There... Return"
Thank you, Larry. The point I was trying to make was about the virtues of DAW point-and-click composing. I could never have made these pieces with an external input device. I think that Serenity has a gift, and that MIDI would help her to realize that gift. That was the purpose of the comment.