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AndyGetch's picture

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Liner Notes: 

This song is the fifth in the all instrumental morph chain thread found here:
So far we have:
@sph - *21098
@plainwhitetoast - *21536
@pipewrench67 - *22959
@izaak - *23314

I listened to izaak's wonderful multi-instrumental solo chops, sighed and kept everything I could. Two chord arpeggio on 12 string guitar tuned down a step as a base track, although I slowed the tempo down. I used MIDI keyboard simulations of strings and trombone to sorta keep but change the cello and flute. Then I added MIDI wordless choral ensembles. This was more of a challenge than I suspected but fun!


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3/4 time 70 bpm

There are no lyrics the chord pattern (with variations on the four notes in the chords) is:

8 bars Fadd9 (F G A C)
4 bars Bbadd9 (Bb D F Ab)
8 bars Fadd9
4 bars Bbadd9
8 bars Fadd9

Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


cindyrella's picture

Oh this is sublime! I love the feeling I get and it is so very beautiful. Great job!

Ferry Colyer's picture

Felt like being transported to a contemplative and safe place, which was good, so I played it again. Nice!

izaak's picture

So peaceful and meditative... I recognize that feeling of breathing/sighing from when I recorded my piece... sort of an ebb and flow that makes both pieces work in their respective ways... I love the twelve string... sort of wish I had one... tricky to pick out arpeggios on it I'm guessing, but your playing is great here. There is a feeling of being lifted, rising up, floating, that you've captured and I really enjoy it. Thanks for sharing!!

Acousticmaddie's picture

Very beautiful and somewhat weird in the middle. LOve the dreamy mixture as issome nightmare wants to enter but can't force the wall of love

sph's picture

Oh, this is nice. I will listen to this a while before I'm going to answer with a tune to it.

yam655's picture

This was lovely. I quite enjoyed it. Smile

colgoo's picture

The contrast in sounds on this piece was striking and kept my interest. Thanks for sharing.