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Re: Last Orders
Reply #15 on: September 25, 2013, 16:45:12
haha, the ideas keep coming with you....i am still remixing your song Wasting time, and you have already made like five new songs

i think that is interesting that we all seem to have our own main interests within the whole songwriting proccess, you, and apparently also Fishermans (and Habitat) love making new songs and lyrics everyday, whereas i am happy to have one idea on which i can work for weeks on mixing and tweaking, and finally adding some images

it is off topic, but i was wondering....which very specific part of the songwriting proccess do you like best??? finding a chord scedule, finding a melody that fits to that, writing lyrics, or the recording of the music, the singing, the adding of instrumentation, adding / programming drums, the mixing / rearranging, the tweaking etc???

i was just wondering.....

i was wondering about this, because these differences in preferences are also what make a site like this shiny brand new Secret Kitchen working well for people who want to collaborate
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Reply #16 on: September 26, 2013, 17:53:22
Hey DB!

For me it just that moment when something appears out of nothing - I then enjoy working on it and producing it in a basic form

I normally finish one song when another idea appears

But that eureka moment rules for me  ;)


Re: Last Orders
Reply #17 on: September 28, 2013, 13:02:05
Hi Kafla...I don't want to appear to be back patting, but I absolutely love your vocals, and on this one in particular :) it's the vocals that carry this song for me and I love the way you let them rip 8)  sure they go off a little here and there, but it creates a feeling of vulnerability and humanness to this character :)
I think its' a very strong song and well worth spending some time with the production...it's works as is and I'd keep it simple, but a moody cello might add some depth  :) CS


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Reply #18 on: September 30, 2013, 10:19:38
Hi Kafla...I don't want to appear to be back patting, but I absolutely love your vocals, and on this one in particular :) it's the vocals that carry this song for me and I love the way you let them rip 8)  sure they go off a little here and there, but it creates a feeling of vulnerability and humanness to this character :)
I think its' a very strong song and well worth spending some time with the production...it's works as is and I'd keep it simple, but a moody cello might add some depth  :) CS

Suzy

That was such a nice review - I am reworking the song just now - for some reason I am going down the piano route now - but I can always fit a moody cello in  ;)