Hey buddy, how are you?

Here i'm going to review the song itself - not the quality - cause that's just what I do

I won't say it enough, I love instrumentals, and I think piano is a very important instrument in instrumentals, whichever style the song may be.
I liked your song, its title is very representative of what it feels like, a curious venture. This songs, as short as it is, have a soul, it's not empty and that's great. I may seem over-optimistic about a 1minute song, but it's not the case. Sometimes, like in this case, 1minute is well enough

Please make it downloadable


You can review my song over there: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1431159
Hey guys, thanks for your comments!

Thanks for your comment, I clicked around your profile but I couldn't find anything to comment on, but if there's anything you want me to check I'll be happy to check it out.

Thank you, it really does mean a lot to me. I'll leave a crit in your thread.

Thank you also, I'll leave a crit in your thread

Thank you! I left a comment on your profile : )
Nice little piece! At :35 i wondered where the cello went.. You could throw in a violin there and it might sound nice. To me, it sounded a little empty. Then make it just a little longer and you could have the cello and violin melodies intertwine towards the end. You could also have the strings emphasize the melody more. Just some of my opinion but it is your music after all! Whatever suits your intentions but it's always fun to experiment with other ideas. Overall, great job! I also write stuff similar to this.. In fact, i finished a piano piece not too long ago if you want to check it out. I would love to hear what you think

Check out my music on my profile
i love everything piano, i think it sounded pretty good.

can you comment on my song "Lonely Till The End Of Time" a few threads down

"Those who dream by night, in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible."