#1
There are some mistakes in the middle. Not mistakes in playing but in recording. I have cheap microphone... I hope you will enjoy.
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#2
Very good! it isn't the style I usually listen to, but it was good enough
to keep me interested
First off, sound issues, your tone is very good, but there's too much
reverb to hear things clearly, try lowering the reverb in your recording
or recording it in a room with less sound reflections from your surroundings.
Now to the composition itself, its very very good, everything flows very well,
but I feel that the themes aren't clear enough, not for my stupid ears anyway
I never really managed to catch on to any theme and remember it, you should
work on writing more interesting themes and accenting them clearly.
Last thing, there should be more dynamics in your playing, it feels a little
like listening to a harpsichord piece, where the playing never stops or changes
speed and intensity, try playing certain parts louder, others more quietly, changing the tempo, or even stopping completely at certain parts!
Overall though, its a very enjoyable piece, and if you clean up the sound a little,
and accent the main themes more I think it could be truly great
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#3
Oh wow.
I'm so envious of any one who can play classical, and your no exception. Remarkable playing, but the quality is the slightest bit sub par for my tastes, the song has a little to much reverb and it sounds like there is a chorus effect on it. Other than that, I think it's very nice. Also, some of the notes should have rang out a bit more.
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#5
Good. As has been said there is perhaps a little bit too much reverb.
Also it seems to end a bit abruptly for me, and the recordng has some background noise.
But its very relaxing to listen too, to the point where id conseder putting it on my MP3 player.
Good job.
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#7
type as i listen

excellent effects on it and tone, sounds like you are in a concert hall.

thats not a classical guitar is it? sounds more like an acoustic. feels like theres some clipping here

good composing there, with the harmonics, and the chord choice is excellent. melody could be a bit more prominet, but maybe its the blenindg with the reverb and such.

sometimes it feels like the flow is gone, too many tempo changes for my taste. a few parts remindedd me of the nutcracker, but overall nice job, i liked it!

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#9
Perfect. Don't change a damned thing. Not even the reverb people are talking about. It feels so real, so organic. It feels like it was recorded on an old 4-track and that is a good thing, IMHO.


For real, no changes. Flawless.