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GUEST,Martin`s music videos 06 May 09 - 01:48 PM
M.Ted 06 May 09 - 03:20 PM
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Subject: Origins: pop music
From: GUEST,Martin`s music videos
Date: 06 May 09 - 01:48 PM

Listen and tell me create my music aha experience ????? If you do not listen so again may be that it takes more of a listening session.        
        
Watch and listen to the Songwriter Martin music videos (including tango) http://www.dekhona.com/user/MartinSong and add pages http://www.myspace.com/lapinmara               
http://www.youtube.com/user/MartinSongwriter


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Subject: RE: Origins: pop music
From: M.Ted
Date: 06 May 09 - 03:20 PM

I watched the Tango thing and the Girl Beach thing--why did I have to register for it?

The tempos were snappy, but your melodies tended to seem a little underdeveloped.--I did like the major melody in the Tango, with the sax, it was fluid and fun, but a lot of the time, the instruments you chose to carry the melody didn't stand out. Also, the drum beats tended to sound mechanical, and seemed like they were generic drum clips--I'd suggest re-recording the tunes, but try to find your own unique melody and percussion sounds--give it a little personal character--you don't even need to change the melodies, you may find that with the right sounds, the are strong enough--

Sorry if I seem critical, I don't want to be mean, I just thing you need to try to find your own sound to make the pieces the best that they can be.


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