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Muhammadreza

A long night walk

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Hello.

I think it's months since my last visit, but I felt like I should be here again. I learned a lot from you guys and my music just grown much better since I'm a member of this community.Anyway, It's autumn, and the weather is getting cold and breezy (I actually love that!). I had the chance to meet one of the most special people of my life. I had a long walk with her at the night. In a safe, beautiful and uncrowded part of the city. It took about half an hour to reach a place we could order cars to get back to our homes, but it was one of my most beautiful times.

So, I decided to write a piece. I plugged my keyboard and started to playing with the chords and melodies coming to my mind. I could organize them to a piece. I recorded some EBow guitars (you can hear them as pads/soft orchestral sounds) and put them in the mix. I loved the result. I sent the track to her and she said that she likes it, and this is why I make the piece public. Hope you enjoy the music. And, I'm glad to hear your kind opinions about my piece.

 

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This sounds great in the context you described. It does have a hint of melancholy. But I suppose all romantic memories do. 

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It sounds preety nice. 

All I would argue is that looping your ideas makes up for a quite repetitive end-song. That's not necessarily a problem, but is something to be considered.

Many times when one loops an idea from beginig to end, I feel like the piece becomes redundant, as the themes/harmonies/motif/etc. have the potential of going somewhere else, but the dont. At the end of every loop, you have the option of altering a few details in the piece that can make a big dierence. Also, it's important not to alter them randomly, as you can plan and cadence them to achieve greater effects on the long run.

I hope it was of any help,

Cheers!

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Yes I agree. The effect you get is that of nostalgia. I don't inow exactly why, perhaps the combination of sounds, the soft pad plus the punchy piano.... But it's an idea of 4 chords... The pattern in 00:45 is a bit sharp.

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