I feel more and more confident with my work, since I came here.
many thanks to everyone who helps me with this.
so, my new one-man-band piece is ready.
here is also included an interesting video that is mounted by my friend.
I need your criticism as usual.
my video producer will be happy if you find a few words for him.
Very enjoyable work here Serg. The piece is well constructed with some interesting harmonies. The sound is good, you might consider using eq to give a bit more clarity to the occasional distorted parts. Hammer-ons and trills don't translate well here, there may be some tricks to help with this as well.
The video is enjoyable as well, your friend may appreciate some name credit here. The video is well done, he might want to consider including more variety of special effects, the kaleidoscope images are pretty but it would be nice if they varied a bit.
I've listened to this a couple of times and the same word pops into my mind - charming. Given its very short duration I can see it as a character theme in a film noir crime drama.
To describe it as a guitar trio suggests it's meant to be something more than 3 guitars playing together? - I think it would need to be a bit longer and a bit more varied - I could imagine three separate sections with each guitar getting to take the lead and showing off a bit.
many thanks for the feedback, for me it is very valuable opinion that here is a good architectonics. I understand that my guitar technique is very amateurish, but this fact bothers me much less than possible problems with the composition.
my friend Alex thanks you for commenting on the video. we will think how to make the video on the next track abstract and different at the same time ))
Ingo Lee said:
I am very pleased with this "charming". I already heard this word from other people about my music and I hope that this is my special handwriting. thanks also for the association where it can be situationally tied.
I meant the design of the musical form (period, binary, trio, rondo etc) and not the number of guitars in the orchestra.
but I really liked the idea to write music for several guitars with their alternate soloing in the manner of violin concertos. I hope I succeed.
Colin Dougall said: