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Flying Over Water (remix)


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For those who enjoy my "loops only" tunes, this is a reworking of an earlier post. It's a little long but I hope I've been able to vary the middle and end sections enough to keep your interest.

I'm posting this now because my previous post is kind of ernest, and not everyone's cup of tea. I hope you enjoy this and will leave a comment.
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Uploaded: Sep 23, 2009 - 05:22:13 AM
Last Updated: Sep 23, 2009 - 05:22:13 AM Last Played: Aug 18, 2017 - 12:43:58 AM
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Feter said 2983 days ago (September 23rd, 2009)
Flying Over Water
I loved the piano and wished that bouncy synth
sound be something else as well ..like piano
left hand ..its a nice song ..cool additions
over the piano ..the ending is so nice with
the oboe which I wished end up withit ...
thnx alot for sharin
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paul f. page said 2983 days ago (September 23rd, 2009)
Cool groove...
The entry of a piano melody about 1:20 is perfect...I wish it went further, though, because it has so much promise to take your little ride really into the heights. I think the loop you've chosen lends itself to some real melodic development above it and I'd encourage you to explore that.
Peace.
Paul
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Narad said 2983 days ago (September 23rd, 2009)
Very enjoyable listening
Some really beautiful melodic elements which you can explore yet more.The fly has never an end. :)
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ic42 said 2982 days ago (September 24th, 2009)
elements of beauty
perhaps the bass voice is too strong, too unique. it becomes the center focus, and is unchanging. the other elements add great beauty to this. however, the bass voice repeats its dominance. in certain places, if you replace the bass with a soft instrument playing a similar pattern? perhaps a guitar strumming? then return to the bass? it is a thought. however, this is music to listen to on an exercise bicycle. it is perfect for such exercise. 0x0
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lengold said 2982 days ago (September 24th, 2009)
Really nice
groove - could maybe do with some change ups here and there, maybe a change of key?
Cheers
Len

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Doug Somers said 2980 days ago (September 26th, 2009)
Cop show theme?
I get the real sense of an urgency here, like there is an element of danger woven into the music. I like the syncopated 'synth-brushes' that help propel this piece forward. Your use of the piano coming in and out maintains variety and interest with the whole held together by theme expressed by the synth bass.

My only nit is that when the piano comes in your bass theme is suddenly cut in volume. I think it could come up a few dB even with the piano present and see what happens to make it have more continuity.

Nice work!

Be well,
Doug
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fathom said 2934 days ago (November 10th, 2009)
I did
enjoy this Richard. Yes there was certainly enough variety to keep my interest throughout. Very playful. Nice work.
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Demeter7 said 2780 days ago (April 13th, 2010)
Okay,
loved the piano. I see a vagabond on a journey...watching the scenes go by as he watches from inside the boxcar. I could hear a vocal here.
Kind of wistful.
"I left my heart. I lost it here, long ago.
I left my life. I have nothing left to show.
Everything here changes but no, not I.
Left alone, lost and so all I do is cry."

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