Okay, so it's been a while since we've seen each other, right? Something like that. We definitely have a lot of catching up to do.
So some new songs have been made since my last post on here. You could probably say that they all suck along with the others, but if you truly thought that...then you wouldn't really be reading this, right? Heh. Moving on! As you all know, my "style" of music has sorta gone back and forth from ambient instrumental or delay/reverb heavy songs, to simple songs accompanied by only a classical guitar. Some would probably say, "Well, you could just use an acoustic instead of a classical guitar." Yeah, that's true, but I have always come to adore the soft and unique sound of a classical. There's something beautiful about it when it comes to match with something like...ambient electric sounds. I would love to include more elements, but I'm afraid that I'm not that rich, or talented. The use of drums would be lovely additions, but I don't own any or know how to play. Keyboard would be nice, but I only have a real cruddy one, so that doesn't work. I guess I'll have to wait until I expand on that, but can you imagine the sounds? Yeah, pretty cool.
So I've picked up a few friends along the way. Actually, I've found a crap ton. I've encountered some wonderfully talented folks over at Soundcloud, and I suggest that you start listening to them already if you haven't. I've gotten some amazing feedback and comments to my music, and I'm truly grateful for each listen. I'd totally spend an entire post writing thank yous to folks like Diana, Spurgeasaurus, Satori, Stochastic, Salem, Alyssa, etc.- but I'm sure I'll have plenty of time to do so. I'm eager to eventually work with these folks and to continue listening to their outstanding songs!
I believe that's all I have to say, but before I go I'd like to announce that I've started up a little side project group with the talented Satori. So far it's been pretty exciting and rewarding, and I'm eager to create more sounds! Underneath is a link to the Soundcloud page for it! Enjoy.