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  1. it's the hardest thing i ever did Stop thinking about you You were my addiction More than anyone at all I wish you could see all of that But you have goned You were my brother And you left me with nothing Not even a goodbye I couldn't have survived, Without you, on my life (Huh, uhhh) Now i realize How stupid i was, letting you go And all the verses While i wrote Was hurting See you happy And I, sad But you are my brother Nothing matter I'm glad to see you smile But that's just the way that we have to make But always remember This isn't a sad song Maybe the fact that you, didn't anything wrong Yes, you broke my heart But it is the way You and i separated, From each other (Ouh, ouh) I will just accept that, Even that you are goned, I will always love you Remember, brother my, I always be in your side And i will always be there for you But that's the way But that's the way But that's just the way that we have to make.
  2. I figured since I'm posting things, might as well post this. I started to write the songs back in 2016 but there are a couple from 2014-2015. This is the second indie-rock-??? album I've done and it was a huge challenge, but I had a lot more fun making this than I did the first one. I played every instrument except the drums which I programmed (I don't have access to a drum kit nor can I actually mic it up properly ATM.) I also did all the necessary production and everything else really. There is only one track that has a guest artist, since I couldn't sing those lines myself cuz it sounded stupid. As for the album itself as a whole, it's divided into four different song groups. Since I like albums that have a "reason to be" albums, I felt like I had to have some sort of structure. Each group is separated by a intermezzo of sorts. It's pretty obvious if you hear it, but towards the end of the album the intermezzo and the "actual songs" start getting mixed. I'll do a little breakdown on each of the tracks: 1) Saint: This wasn't supposed to be the first track at the beginning, but slowly as the overall album took shape I thought having the first track be pretty "heavy" was kind of something I wanted to do. It's also probably the simplest thing I've ever composed and published in some form, but that's not a bad thing imo. 2) E.L.F. Panic So one time I was going through the types of wave frequencies, as you do, and I stumbled onto the idea of Extreme Low Frequency waves, stuff that goes through planets and stuff. I found that kind of horrifying and fascinating, so the lyrics and the song just kind of happened out of that. Still think it's creepy. 3) Deep Dive The only instance I've ever actually found guitar tapping to be actually musically useful. Otherwise, I always found this track had a very "ocean" vibe to it, but the kind of ocean you see in, like, those really terrifying deep dives people do (like Mariana's trench, etc.) 4) Another Shore This song is very hard for me to sing, obviously. The song is kind of a little inspired on Chrono Cross, hence the title, but it's more of a feel thing than a direct reference thing. It does follow a little in the "ocean" vibe from the previous song. 5) 40s Sometimes when I'm writing lyrics I don't actually think too much about what I'm writing as long as it "sounds cool" when I'm singing it, but in this case I think I'm clearly making some kind of statement. Maybe. This song went through two entire re-dos, as before this version it was super surfy. It also probably has my most favourite guitar work in the album. 6) Flower This is a great example of text I didn't think too much about, but I really like it. The inspiration for this came from a scene in Saint Seiya where Shiryu is being told by his master during training that he has to basically be a mountain or some stuff, it's all very deep for a 80s Shonen anime I'm sure you realize. Also this ended up being the surfy song and it was a great challenge to get that Twin reverb surfy tone, but I think it went alright. The acoustic song when I composed it is actually like 1 minute long, so I was very curious how I would make it longer without just repeating things ad nauseum. 7) Sandra I don't actually know many Sandras, and this song isn't about any of them. I wouldn't actually wanna be around the titular Sandra either, honestly. Interestingly, I did actually give more thought to the lyrics in this song, and boy there's a lot of lyrics here (which I have a hard time remembering, specially during recording.) I also have no idea what kind of genre this song actually is. Is it blues? I always wanted to write a blues song, it sounds like a cool thing to do, but I'm uncool so maybe this doesn't count at all. 8 ) Intermezzo This was a mockup of how I wanted the actual track to sound like. When I went and "worked on it for realsies", I ended up hating the thing I made so I reverted back to the much superior mockup. Honestly this track is a homage to Kenji Kawai, of Ghost in the Shell, Patlabor, etc fame. I'm a huge fan of his work and I tried to capture a little of the vibe here, specifically the Patlabor 2 Movie soundtrack. That thing is so amazing. I also really like 80s gated drums, but I didn't know where to put them in the album that wouldn't be just awkward. 9) Introspective Heavyweight When I was making the song list for the album, I really had no faith in this song in particular since it was kind of generic and not that exciting. I really liked singing it tho, and much to my surprise once I started the actual production I had a lot of fun and I think it's one of the stronger tracks in the album as a whole. The honest to god proper solo is also a first for me, since I'm usually too shy to "make room" for me just wanking around on the guitar. 10) Dangermind This song was an accident, I just made the main riff by accident on another track as I was coming up with some of the backing parts and I ended up really liking it. As for the text and everything else, I don't know. I thought it would be cool to be a little more violent and aggressive in my rock music considering how that's one of the main things I do in the classical/modern stuff I make. 11) The Dark Another intermezzo piece that's an accidental homage to a Japanese composer. In this case it's more of a homage to the Vagrant Story soundtrack by Hitoshi Sakimoto. I think Sakimoto's use of harmonies are instantly recognizable, so I lifted a couple of those progressions for this track. 12) Stars I didn't know I liked funk until I actually started writing funk out of nowhere. But it's also not really funk sometimes, so obviously I have no idea what I'm doing. Either way, another guitar solo as centerpiece, but this time it's less "Oh whatever sounds cool" and more thought out. 13) Xtra Space More gated drums this time submerged in that stereotypical retro-cliché from the supposed 80s. I don't know of any music from the 80s that sounded like this, only music that claims to sound like the 80s (which it obviously doesn't.) It was also refreshing to sing without caring too much about, well, anything really. It's not so much a song as a "mood," and I feel it could as well go for hours if I wanted. 14) Gold I wrote this song a week before finishing the final mix of the album. It's one of those things that just happens, but really had fun singing and writing it, specially knowing that it was going to be the last track. It's got a similar vibe to Stars, but I think it's much more straight forward and it has no guitar solos or anything really fancy. Playing the bass on this was probably the most fun I had in all the album's production, but I really just like playing bass. If you like my work and want to support me you can buy the thing on bandcamp: https://ytmh.bandcamp.com/album/nightwave So there.
  3. Hi all and thanks for visiting my topic! This is my new cheerful and upbeat piano composition "Birthday Song" in C Major. At first, this song was meant to be a practise of some basic chord alternations, but it eventually ended up being a birthday present for my mother. The main melody came quickly to my mind when I was improvising on some chords in C major and I'm pretty sure that it is inspired by another famous melody. I just don't know which. If you know it, then please write it in a comment 🙂 . This piece was composed in a piano roll and it is possible that some chords aren't playable by regular hands (sorry for that ;)). The structure goes as follows: Intro - A - B - C - D - A - B A : First main melody B : Cheerful and upbeat culmination of A with a relaxed finish C : Intermediary theme to modulate from C to E flat D : Reviving theme in E flat Feel free to leave a comment 🙂 Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy! K.R. Alex
  4. Hi everyone, just wanted to share a song I wrote and produced. I'd love to hear what you thinkHeartbroken (master).mp3
  5. Hi guys, here's a pop/folk/rock (honestly I'm not sure what genre to call it) song that I wrote and produced called Listening Listening. I'd really appreciate some feedback on it, especially the production aspect, as while I have a decent amount of songwriting experience, I'm pretty new to producing. Thanks for any help!
  6. Here's a song I wrote called immune. I'm pretty new to production, so I'd love some feedback on that as well as the song itself.
  7. Hey there, I'm new to this forum ☺️. I just wanted to put my latest work/composition "The Door Beyond" here. It is a mixture of a few old compositions of mine edited with logic pro to one big song. I am excited what you think about it.
  8. Hello, I'm new here.. ^^ Just wanted to show some of my works here. (Will update current post sometimes). 😉 I don't stop only on one genre. So style and genres might be very different. 🙂 So here is the one of my piano track from my album 11th album "Dandelion - Piano Session" Thanks for listen, if ever.
  9. My very first composed rock ballad https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqb2cZqX4Nc
  10. I've finished a first draft of a new song idea I've had, and wanted to share it will you all to see what you think? It's been a little while since I've written anything intended for a band (it's been maybe 8 years since I've been in one). I recorded both the guitars you here in the track myself, I mapped the drums and bass through Midi instruments. I do plan on continuing the song, adding an intro other than a count in, perhaps a solo section (If I'm still too rusty :P ) or outro etc. This is just the raw idea in terms of verse and chorus. I've included the track itself and also the same track but with a piano template to give a rough idea of the vocal line I had imagined. Thanks to anyone who takes the time to listen! :) (I'll add the first draft of the lyrics I wrote below too) Draft Lyrics (I'm not great at lyrics :P) I remember the day I came back for you, I still hear the words, I can not forget, I try to carry on, just keep pushing through, those words your lips did spell, I'll never forget, Just walk away, just walk away, just walk away from here, just walk away, just walk away, just walk away from this. Some things will stay unsaid now, I'm letting you go, The things I wanted to say, I've put them to bed, and that side of me, I re-fuse to show, Do not worry about it, it's just like you said, I'll walk away, I'll walk away, I'll walk away, from here, I'll walk away, I'll walk away, I'll walk away, from this. X4
  11. Hi there, I wanted to share with you this acoustic cover I made of the song Kids aren't Allright. Please excuse if there are some mistakes with my pronunciation as english is not my native language. I hope you'll enjoy it anyway Kids aren't allright - Offspring
  12. This is one of my "gothic rock" compositions, I love gothic music and also, I love to make gothic music. I hope you guys enjoy this track, and feel free to leave a comment :)
  13. My main instrument is guitar (of course, after my lovely laptop!) and I enjoy when I write for guitar or play others' works on my guitar. Also, I have a deep love to rock and metal music, so tonight, after a long time, I decided to make an instrumental rock track. There's no score unfortunately, but there's a mp3 file available! P.S : As I can't shred well, I did shreds with computer!
  14. I wrote this handful of rock/metal songs as the soundtrack for a computer game my friends and I were creating. Unfortunately, we weren't able to finish the game due to everybody having pressing responsibilities elsewhere, but here are the songs I 'finished.' Not my usual scene, but I think they're fun. No scores available, sorry.
  15. Hi, it's been a while since I posted so I thought I'd show something off while I work on a large orchestral piece I'm taking my time on. The drums, rhythm guitar, and bass, was from a free backing track I've found on Youtube; the lead guitar is what I've done (the part with the terrible quality haha) The next one is where I am working on my guitar solos. I believe I hit one wrong note outside of the key of D Major (very noticeable) And I know there are a lot of random notes, I was freestyling...didn't necessarily write it down like I did the first one.
  16. Hey everyone! This is a piece I composed in the style of the soundtrack of the Spyro the Dragon playstation1 series for which Stewart Copeland, the legendary Police drummer has composed the soundtrack. As kids, we used to play these games a lot with my siblings, apart from the wonderful gameplay, funny moments or great graphics, It was also the music stat stood out for me. I only recently found out that it was Stewart Copeland who composed this wonderful soundtrack. This music influenced me in a big way I think, because I really loved listening to it ever since a little kid. And so I decided to compose something in that style. Something original with the vibe of the game´s soundtrack and I gave it to my sisters as a Christmas gift :-) I recorded the whole piece with my Yamaha Motif FX8 synth using all the sounds from there, pretty cool synth! Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/oliver-nosaczynski-bohovic/spyro-the-dragon-style-theme-tribute-to-stewart-copeland
  17. My first rock music! Dunno if it is rock for you but it is rock for me. Bob fighting crazy clowns at the middle of an abandoned city. Downtown Funk will be series of experimental musical tracks.... These musical series are influenced by these composers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_Yamaoka https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Licht I probably invest on audio mastering equipment...
  18. A suspense action music I made for the walking dead attack scenes of my game, "Space Anomaly" where a rescue team is sent unto an orbital research compound when they received a distress call 48 hours ago. They then found no trace of the crew but found some blood stains in the floors and the walls. What they don't know is the crew was infected by an alien virus that came from the artifacts they obtained from planets, eventually turning them to walking dead. Accompanying videogame for the music: The music is orchestral, accompanied by electronic ambient effects and a subtle vocal choir.
  19. This is my first official release... What do you guys think? I'm still not sure if it could be called pop/rock/alternative... a friend sudjested "symphonic pop" but is that really a gerne? Anyway... The show went on! Spread the word and hope you enjoy this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdC0Ila2Dqs
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