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  • Howdy. Somehow this wound up in the wrong Forum Discussion category. I assume you were aiming for Music Dissection. I'll try to come back and comment later. I will say that I like your style. When it comes to music, piano is my first love.
  • A good set of ideas for a longer piece. I particularly like the syncopated chords, which I presume are slash chord like D/G etc - sounds like that to me.

    I wish I had a better knowledge of midi and production to advise you on this. There is something that sounds slightly laboured about the way the triplets are recorded. I guess it is either because they are not all properly quantized as triplets, or you have kept the velocity of all the notes the same, instead of accenting the first note of each triplet group.

    But as I said, some nice musical ideas.
  • Thank you. Please forgive me D/G? I'm not exactly sure what that means.

    Adrian Allan said:
    A good set of ideas for a longer piece. I particularly like the syncopated chords, which I presume are slash chord like D/G etc - sounds like that to me.

    I wish I had a better knowledge of midi and production to advise you on this. There is something that sounds slightly laboured about the way the triplets are recorded. I guess it is either because they are not all properly quantized as triplets, or you have kept the velocity of all the notes the same, instead of accenting the first note of each triplet group.

    But as I said, some nice musical ideas.
    I'm Still Dreamin' About You
    Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks
  • It means D with a G bass - if it indeed in that key, which I haven't checked.

    Raw Sugar said:
    Thank you. Please forgive me D/G? I'm not exactly sure what that means.

    Adrian Allan said:
    A good set of ideas for a longer piece. I particularly like the syncopated chords, which I presume are slash chord like D/G etc - sounds like that to me.

    I wish I had a better knowledge of midi and production to advise you on this. There is something that sounds slightly laboured about the way the triplets are recorded. I guess it is either because they are not all properly quantized as triplets, or you have kept the velocity of all the notes the same, instead of accenting the first note of each triplet group.

    But as I said, some nice musical ideas.
    I'm Still Dreamin' About You
    Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks
  • Oh! Lol. actually it's written in E flat. close thoough. Thanks alot. I am playing on an instrument that is not my favorite. It's coming along. I'll be sure to pust once I'm finished. Thanks

    Adrian Allan said:
    It means D with a G bass - if it indeed in that key, which I haven't checked.

    Raw Sugar said:
    Thank you. Please forgive me D/G? I'm not exactly sure what that means.

    Adrian Allan said:
    A good set of ideas for a longer piece. I particularly like the syncopated chords, which I presume are slash chord like D/G etc - sounds like that to me.

    I wish I had a better knowledge of midi and production to advise you on this. There is something that sounds slightly laboured about the way the triplets are recorded. I guess it is either because they are not all properly quantized as triplets, or you have kept the velocity of all the notes the same, instead of accenting the first note of each triplet group.

    But as I said, some nice musical ideas.
    I'm Still Dreamin' About You
    Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks
  • Hey, being a pianist I can appreciate this piece. I love it, it would something I would love to play on my free time besides Chopin. I really like the structure of the piece going from A to B and then back to A. There is one little thing though, i think you could have a better transition from your B theme back to your A theme where the right hand has the melody using arpeggios. I agree with Deborah, piano will always be my first love. Wonderful piece I want to hear more, Merry Christmas!
  • It is very nice. I like how you move the chords and then embelish the whole thing with those obstinato notes on each hand. I can see it as a film score.
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