Ronald Fontenot replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion A Noon Day's Tea in the City
"Hi Dane, thanks for the comments:)  I don't know the origins of tea in the history of the world, but in my life, I transitioned from coffee to tea in college, and never looked back!!
 
- RF
 "
Sep 30
Ronald Fontenot replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion A Noon Day's Tea in the City
"Thanks Patrick, glad you like it:)  Sure, you can repost the link.  Thanks for listening
RF
 "
Sep 30
Patrick Hasselbank replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion A Noon Day's Tea in the City
"Ronald it is wonderfull! It is really resonates but not only with tea drinkers (I'm including beer drinkers too :)) Would you mind if I send your youtube link to "beer drinkers" in https://musescore.com/community ?  "
Sep 30
Dane Aubrun replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion A Noon Day's Tea in the City
"Nice and cheerful, more the setting of a café that serves a decent cuppa. Long enough to drink it too.
So you get away with it as 'modern mediaeval' because they wouldn't have had tea during the original time.
We were told that tea was invented by…"
Sep 25
Ronald Fontenot posted a discussion
Hello everyone, it's been a while since I've last posted.  Just wanted to come on here and share this track I completed yesterday.  I hope it resonates with tea drinkers and non-tea drinkers alike! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xctVjrPsXkc
Sep 23
Timothy Smith replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion Like father, like son (a song inspired by Tiger Woods and Charlie Woods)
"So I sometimes have trouble relating a song to a theme as suggested. Neither am I a golfer, so maybe I'm a bit disconnected from this to comment on it accurately. 
Sounds like a decent basic theme sort of thing to me. Nothing pops out at me. It has…"
Dec 23, 2020
Dane Aubrun replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion Medieval Song - "A Merchant's Song"
"As I've said before this isn't really my kind of music but it sounded pretty cheerful, nicely produced and reminiscent of wandering musicians who'd stop off and entertain at town plazas and taverns. (Not that I was around in those time, you…"
Apr 10, 2020
Timothy Smith replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion Medieval Song - "A Merchant's Song"
"Definitely has that medieval vibe in it. It does sound lively and fun! I guess as a demo the lack of the feeling of space ( no reverb) coupled with the extra tight rhythm would be ok. This is only my opinion, I would probably "humanize" that drum…"
Apr 9, 2020
Ronald Fontenot replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion "A Pleasant Ride at the River's Side"
"Thanks Jos and Dane for your comments!  I appreciate the advice and example link.  I've updated the song in the OP.  Basically I added some notes to the chord accompaniment and did some slight additions to the drums.  Thanks again!

Ronald J.…"
Mar 26, 2020
Jos Wylin replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion "A Pleasant Ride at the River's Side"
"Hi Ronald
Lovely piece, for sure. Unfortunately the chord accompaniment is a bit dull and the harmony is not always adequate. The recording seems pretty much OK and the flutes are brilliant, as well as their interweaving play. Maybe the percussion…"
Mar 23, 2020
Dane Aubrun replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion "A Pleasant Ride at the River's Side"
"If you're interested on a slightly modern take, can I assume you're familiar with the Mediaeval Baebes? Mostly traditional but they blend with more modern styles occasionally.

For anyone interested:
https://youtu.be/t0v7nv2s3tQ"
Mar 22, 2020
Ronald Fontenot replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion We need more Help for this Serious Journey
"Thank you Kjell for your encouraging comment!  I really appreciate that.
Best,
Ronald F."
Jan 8, 2020
Kjell Prytz replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion We need more Help for this Serious Journey
"Nice but short piece. I think you hit the intended mood brilliantly. I can see the scene in front of me. It will fit perfectly to the movie scene.
Cheers,
Kjell"
Jan 7, 2020
Ronald Fontenot replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion Ducks and Dragons OST (and story)
"Thanks Gav, I appreciate the feedback:) 

I think I'll post shorter videos though in the future.

-  Ronald Gav Brown said:
Hi Ronald,
A pleasant children's suite, in similar vein to what you have shared before. Thanks for posting!
Gav"
Dec 4, 2019
Gavin Brown replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion Ducks and Dragons OST (and story)
"Hi Ronald,
A pleasant children's suite, in similar vein to what you have shared before. Thanks for posting!
Gav"
Nov 28, 2019
Ronald Fontenot replied to Ronald Fontenot's discussion My first Original Soundtrack for a Short Children's Film
"Hi Gav,

Thanks for viewing my video and for your feedback.  I was hoping with my story and music that kids would exercise their own imagination for the images.  Today, kids are bombarded with images all the time, but how often do they dream up…"
Nov 7, 2019
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