track - completed and mastered composition - A song in A by barryleigh published on 2013/08/29 21:55:55 +0000 Hi, this is my first ever composition and fourth thing produced, also using logic pro for the first time (gone are the FL studio days, Logic is much better for me). Music composition created, produced and mastered by myself as a bit of fun. A deviation from house music. Moody strings starting off mainly in cellos, moving onto plucked violins, and then staccato violins. The pan is aligned somewhat to an orchestra; violin, 2nd, violin, cello, double bass. Then hits a soft acoustic guitar, followed by an in your face slap style double bass to kick things back up again. Piano enters, some bars using sub bass, and then strings come back in with some nice timpani additions. Everything kicks together, and ends calm with the piano and the panned percussion to wrap things up Wasn't sure of title or photo, everything I thought up was falling pretty pretentious, like forests, the sea, space, which I wanted to avoid. But then lost creative interest I'm afraid, so chose a picture of a forest Photo from: http://freevitathemes.com/dark-woods/ I also could not think of a good title, so there we go - a song in a, because it is a minor.. I'm pretty proud because it took so long and wanted to wrap things up in various stages along the way. It was my first play with logic pro too and on a mac, so getting used to that. And I think the mixing and mastering was an big improvement compared to the avicii remix I did. If your into production, would be keen to hear any constructive criticism so I can improve going forward. Please listen on some sound system and not through white iphone headphones / lap top, there is a whole movement of bass and sub bass I put in there for you! Thanks for checking it out, it means a lot to me to see the views go up and the feedback from you, it really encourages me to keep going Uploaded 29th Aug 2013 Update 3rd Oct - WOW, thank you all SO MUCH for all the positive feedback below. It has been incredible to receive, and I hope some of you still listen and enjoy the track. Onwards and upwards!