[LAU] Live Creator: Please listen and comment (It's funky)
theman at carlocapocasa.com
Tue Aug 18 02:24:42 EDT 2009
Thank you for your valuable feedback, I agree with you 100%!
I will see how I can develop my skills at writing for both native and
non-native english speakers.
bob.smith at kolumbus.fi wrote:
> "Jostein Chr. Andersen" [jostein at vait.se] kirjoitti:
> I listened to it.
> I have an opinion about lyrics and how to express them in music. To me, non-native english, they were not so clear. Keep in mind that for a radio piece of music you have those 3 minutes to play on, on that time all should get what you mean. Further, in theatre and music, it is important to be overclear, express yourself clearly, you might feel that you exaggerate(if that is english) the lyrics then, but that is better than the opposite. And maybe somewhat slower than now, because the listener has to follow, for someone hearing the tune for the first time must easily be able to hear the lyrics. Now, as you sing the lyrics it is self clear for you ( as you created them) what you mean, but for someone first time listener it is not.
> just my opinion, keep up the good work.
>> On Monday August 17 2009 17.15.08 Carlo Capocasa wrote:
>>> Did I get that right, you didn't hear the drums at all?
>> I did hear a very low kick, snare and Hi-Hat on very moderate volume. My
>> suggestion is that you do something more funky and human like.
>> But you should _not_ follow my suggestions if you happens to like the things
>> the way they are, or you just don't like my suggestions, and if this is your
>> style, then forget what I think. If you want to do it the way you already
>> have (that can be very cool), then you should probably try to clean it up and
>> work further with it.
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