ernest txonyikeyz gave feedback to tawmy for “We Can Make A Difference”:
this song is sooooooooooooooooooooo gooooooooooooooodddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd i kove the questions and the refrain of course we can make the difference................. keep up the good work.
 Oct 14, 2015, 20:25 EDT


The Middlemen gave feedback to tawmy for “We Can Make A Difference”:
sounds psychedelic :) very nice guitar solo on the back-end of things. has an early solo McCartney vibe of its own! "What we give is what we get in THE END" I hope so...!

Thanks,
-Ariel
 Sep 04, 2015, 21:30 EDT


shoham gave feedback to tawmy for “Wish”:
Very chill tune, $tawmy.

Are these your guitars in the background? Also, where are you at in this picture? Great looking ax! Handmade?

Happy New Year,
-$Shoham
 Jan 02, 2015, 13:42 EST
tawmy 
Hi Shoham ... The guitars in background pic are from EMP museum in Seattle ... The picture of me is in downtown Calgary summer 2013 shortly after big flood. Went to RUSH concert a couple days before in Red Deer as SaddleDome in Calgary was severely damaged from flood waters. Go to the link in description to get to my web page and click on pic to see who made my CBguitar.
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shoham 
I want to go there. Never been to Seattle. The prices on the guitars seem really good: 300 dollar range. Is that right?
flag (Jan 03, 2015, 14:13 EST)
tawmy 
Prices are good at +/- $300 ... Colonel Chris Hadfield bought a guitar from W&F too ... http://www.winstonandfidel.ca
flag (Jan 04, 2015, 11:57 EST)
tawmy 
Correction: Background pic for 'Wish' is stock photo ... Background pic for 'Waiting For The Night' is from EMP museum ... http://www.empmuseum.org/at-the-museum/museum-features/if-vi-was-ix.aspx
flag (Jan 04, 2015, 12:05 EST)
shoham 
And what's the sound quality? Are these what you use to record? -$Shoham
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Slopejaw gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Anchor”:
Intro is sweet, what really made it count was bringing it back in around :46. Vocals are tight, they fit the songs vibe really well. Can't complain about the lyrics, they work. I'm a drummer personally, so I always give that an advance look; and I would've loved to see a bit more creativity with the drum patterns and fills.

Better than I anticipated, nice work!
 Mar 05, 2013, 22:41 EST
WalaWalaWala 
Thank you! Glad you got some value out of it! Probably our best track, I think!
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Kode of Bliss gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Anchor”:
Love the intro. The guitar is excellent. Your vocals are excellent as usual. The recording quality of this song is excellent. The mix and master is spot on. Great track man.
 Oct 26, 2012, 19:33 EDT
WalaWalaWala 
Magnum Opus, I think...! Thanks.
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Gabrielle gave feedback to Via Coma for “Iron Horse”:
I really like the piano in your songs, especially this one. Also, your cover art is cool. Reminds me of blue raspberry/cherry coke combo slushie!
 Jul 06, 2012, 23:52 EDT
shoham 
Cool! I don't even usually like auto-tune. Reminds me of Bryan Vaughn http://www.feed-forward.net/BrianVaughn -- don't you think?
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Gabrielle 
I haven't listened to all of Bryan(AKA: BRIAN!) Vaughn's stuff, but yes, reminds me of him. Both are great. Thank you for your time.
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I like the first couple of minutes and the last one as well, but from about 2:30 until around 3:30 it lost my attention, because it got a little too basic, in my opinion.

I think that the middle part needs a little more syncopation, but again, I was really digging the rest.

Thank!
 May 27, 2012, 20:45 EDT
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Ian MacPhail 
Check out


They do it wonderfully. Just, not selling them.
flag (May 28, 2012, 22:18 EDT)
shoham 
I see what you mean. I mainly mean that moving sheet music commercially might be a major challenge -- is there a market?
flag (May 28, 2012, 22:45 EDT)
Ian MacPhail 
I would think it would be less so for original songs, but midis are useful too... I know I really liked learning simplified versions of piano songs I liked, as well as variations.
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shoham 
Good point. We're working on something related, I'm still not sure that there's a huge market for sheet music, even for classical masterpieces, and there's the issue of copyright for more modern works...
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shoham gave feedback to The Pelicans for “Ladies (ft. Apollo von Doom)”:
Great drum beat. Vocals remind me of some '80's new wave bands (I can't figure out who -- very garage band though could be from the 60's I'm thinking of...). Very experimental, but still with a nice pop sound I like it. Thank you :) New tunes on the way?
 May 14, 2012, 13:37 EDT


shoham gave feedback to Via Coma for “Iron Horse”:
I always love your guys stuff. Vocals sound very clear. Very nice harmonies, and I like this syncopated keyboard thing, too. Quite a tight production overall. I wish I could give you some suggestions, but I can't think of any at the moment, just keep on going!

Also, how do you make your cover art? Just Photoshop, or something else?
-Shoham
 Mar 25, 2012, 07:23 EDT
Via Coma 
We're actually using pieces of the same artwork with some photoshop help for color effects, and text overlay and that's it.

Very flattered by your comment *blush*
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shoham 
Very cool. Any shows coming up? Also, I've been working on some music compositions. If you get a chance let me know what you think of this one: http://www.feed-forward.net/w.3798_4GLB I think it turned out pretty good. Thanks -Shoham
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Ted Kindig gave feedback to WalaWalaWala for “Anchor”:
This is a really cool song Shoham! That unusual, somewhat dissonant guitar riff is quite interesting on its own, but it also serves to make the release in that garage-pop "na na na" part hit even harder. The vocals are a perfect blend of emotive and technically strong; always great to hear WalaWalaWala on the front page!
 Feb 01, 2012, 12:36 EST
WalaWalaWala 
Right on, Ted :D I'm quite proud of this one -- the riff actually came from Angkor Wat in Cambodia, where I was one time years ago. The second part of this piece is called "?" (as in "What" -- get it? Anchor ? (What) Angkor Wat, haha!). Kelly B made a video for us for it here:
http://www.feed-forward.net/w.3603_Q_&theater Both are free downloads by the way. Thanks again-- a lot. Anything new on the way from you? -Shoham
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Ted Kindig 
Computer issues have kept me from recording lately, but I've got a couple of new songs on the way. I've also been doing some practices with a band, so hopefully we'll have some fuller rerecordings up at some point too!
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WalaWalaWala 
wtf!?! That's great effin' news, bro :D I'll have to get up to Lansing, and/or you'll have to get down to Pittsburgh when you guys are playing live :D
flag (Feb 01, 2012, 13:10 EST)

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