A Blend Of Electronic, Folk, Rock, Ambient...etc (Done In A Home Studio)
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The Dreaming Place!
Hi Terry, Gibbo and Master Peo, thank you all very much, yes this one was very spontaneous, no struggle at all, especially the lyrics.
It does have some connection with Crowded House, I've tried harmony before, need to do more, as it was so enjoyable, I'd love to have another singer, two contrasting voices would be great!
I go to that dreaming place too..often to forget too...loved this composition Andrew...got a new sound to your voice here...the harmony perhaps...less chanting and more singing...loved the vocal drop..oh yeah :)...light and airy...feels great!
He went to remember, he went to forget, a strange lyrical paradox that you do so well. Unique and creative, in short, DNA Codex. Great work Andrew. Thumbs, Gibbo
A very impressive and original song! I especially like the way you let the two vocal voices interact in an almost fuga-like fashion. I get the feeling, that this song evolved almost spontaneosly. Excellent lyric as well! / Peo
Hey thanks DSSMusic, thats wonderful! I'll try to get some more new music up ASAP!
You are so creative with lyrics Andrew and I love the different guitar sounds in here from mandolin to a little Spanish for us over here! Bravo
Hey thanks Rich and Keith, It is interesting how a song can sometimes develop so easily, and other times its such a struggle, this one was (fairly) easy!
And Keith I'll send that beer to you, I think a nice Tasmanian drop called Boag's "Strongarm Bitter" It'll be sent cold, and (probably) arrive in england a bit colder?
Yeah, Keith, this guy is prolific! You write in your sleep of that I'm sure. Where else would you get the time unless you cloned yourself. Something I'd never do as one of me at times is too many. Well I love the dreaming place!
Nice acoustic work Andrew! and love those harmonies and vocal dips way down to the low notes! Thought I was in for a little Austalian flamenco at 2.18!!! You still owe me a warm beer..Prolific writer you are!! lol. keith
I am a visual artist who has been dabbling into music for a while now, and I started recording in about 1988, or therabouts, when I purchased a Tascam Porta-One four track cassette deck, which is still going strong!
I tend to just let ideas happen as they come, and try to get the ideas down as they come, and I see this methodology as being similiar, in some ways to methods of Surrealist visual art, but I don't try to force anthing, it really is (for me) about the flow of ideas, and (hopefully) this can resonate with the listener, and become an emotional experience?
Lately I have been very impressed with the quality of recording possible with computer DAWS and my second hand laptop computer, is now my workstation "go to" of choice, I just love the ease of use and amazing sound quality now available!
One day I'll get back to analog techniques to see if I'm missing anything sound-wise, but for now, I am a convert to digital, and why not!