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Caravana en el desierto (OBSCURIDAD)
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Uploaded: Jun 07, 2006 - 03:03:34 PM
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2006 - 03:06:40 AM Last Played: Jul 10, 2019 - 09:03:05 PM
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said 4847 days ago (June 7th, 2006)
Wonderfully...
textured rhythm track. I love the use of harmonics in this piece. The bass
and ethnic drums provide a nice flowing foundation for your fine guitar
work. Your tracks just get better and better my friend.

Take care!
GUION said 4847 days ago (June 8th, 2006)
Wonderfully...
Thanks friend for your generous commentary and your I animate. It is a
somewhat special song by its cadence. An experiment.

You are right. I have some problems of sound. I will review the
connections.

Thank you very much again.
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said 4847 days ago (June 8th, 2006)
Wonderfully...
I don't hear any sound problems. It sounds great to me!
GUION said 4846 days ago (June 8th, 2006)
Wonderfully...
Tankyou friend
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composerclark said 4846 days ago (June 9th, 2006)
Magnifico!
”Es magnifico (escribo sin accentos, por que parecen como esto: é) otra
vez! Me gusta los colores, la guitarra (tu tocas guitara y piano tambien?),
la percusion, etc. Todo esto lo has hecho en GarageBand?

The only little things I'd suggest is that the ending seems a bit abrupt--
maybe the percussion could fade out, or maybe it could get gradually
thinner until there's nothing left -- and I thought the cool percussion
intro could have gone on by itself for another bar or so before the guitar
comes in.

I like the way you have the percussion panned. Very interesting!
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GUION said 4846 days ago (June 9th, 2006)
Magnifico!
Thanks Clark. First of all, where you have learned Spanish? He is perfect. Yes, In
my songs I touch to the guitar and the piano. The only thing that is automatic is
the rate, that is loops of GB. Everything is done in Band Garage. As far as the
conclusion of the subject, you are right professor, is precipitated. I have not
considered the conclusion of a balanced way. At heart, always my excuse is the
freshness and to break the rule. A simple whim.
It is always a pleasure for which you visit my music. I admire what
beams and how it beams. A pleasing greeting.
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GUION said 4846 days ago (June 9th, 2006)
Magnifico!
One forgot to me that also I do the bass one with the keyboard, Roland D170.
Greeting my friend and tankyou again.
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composerclark said 4845 days ago (June 10th, 2006)
Magnifico!
Naci en Venezuela, y vivi alli y en Peru cuando era niƱo. Pero no he hablado
espaƱol mucho en casi cuarenta aƱos, y desgraciadamente, he olvidado mucho.
Muchas gracias por el cumplimiento!

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