The Airvents gave feedback to tawmy for “Into The Light”:
I really like this track. The guitar riff has a Hotel California sound to it, or maybe it is the percussion, either way, it is not a bad thing! Well done.
 Feb 09, 2012, 21:07 EST


This is the music that gives my soul meaning, that drives me to exist.
 Jan 30, 2012, 03:22 EST


Nice mellow piece. Love the dreamy tones.
 Jan 12, 2012, 23:54 EST


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to tawmy for “Countdown”:
Sweet. Happy New Year! What's the commercial for?
 Jan 01, 2012, 08:53 EST


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to tawmy for “Into The Light”:
Neat track, wish it were a little longer, otherwise enjoyed the Arabesque feel. Does the bar-code do anything???

☮♥♬
 Dec 24, 2011, 12:54 EST
tawmy 
... this is a teaser ... I will eventually finish this piece ... yes, the barcode takes your smartphone somewhere ... get the app http://redlaser.com/
flag (Dec 24, 2011, 12:59 EST)
tawmy 
... btw, S3CR3T Santa says go to www.tawmy.com and click on the 'eclipse' ...
flag (Dec 24, 2011, 13:03 EST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
No me tengo smartphone... Very cool idea!
flag (Dec 24, 2011, 23:04 EST)


This is really settling to listen to. Perfect amount of delay. The progression has a way of carrying the sound without getting boring and the swells add a nice level of intensity. The part that changed up at the end tops it off perfectly. I have a feeling this would sound really awesome in a post rock band setting with lots of feedback, swells, drum crashes. Great way to loose yourself on an ambient adventure. Nicely done.
 Dec 11, 2011, 15:55 EST


Ryan Toth gave feedback to tawmy for “Blinded”:
very well polished, sounds like something you would hear on a satriani or vai album. excellent musicianship, I would love to hear you with a live band !
 Dec 05, 2011, 21:44 EST
tawmy 
... ThanX Ryan, I appreciate the feedback. There was a time when I was in a few bands, but life on the road doesn't appeal to me. I prefer being home and doing as I please. Satch or Vai I'm not. It took me several takes to play this piece, and forget almost everything once it's down. I enjoy creating and moving on. It would bore me to pieces having to play the same songs night after night unless I had an immense repertoire like the Stones, U2 etc. I have recorded probably over 1000 compositions / songs but 2/3 of them are just initial concepts.
flag (Dec 06, 2011, 11:34 EST)


WalaWalaWala gave feedback to tawmy for “Blinded”:
Very chill. Nice licks. Has an '80's vibe.

What are you using to produce your tracks -- what recording software, I mean.

-Shoham
 Nov 29, 2011, 08:34 EST
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WalaWalaWala 
Yeah. I just bought "Wake Up", actually. Let me know if and when you it goes through. I have an uncle who has been composing and recording for over 50 years, and even when a major symphony like the NYPH plays his works he only gets a few grand, so I'm always reminded not to take not making a living off of music personally. I got him to put some of his stuff on here: http://www.feed-forward.net/david You'll dig it, I imagine :D
flag (Nov 29, 2011, 13:44 EST)
WalaWalaWala 
PS: Apologies for two message, but I should mention, all of his recordings are free downloads... We're trying to help him get his music out, especially to the younger generations. He's actually well into his 70's now...
flag (Nov 29, 2011, 13:45 EST)
tawmy 
It went through, and thanks so much. There are many talented musicians / artists that have to keep their day-jobs.
flag (Dec 01, 2011, 00:00 EST)
WalaWalaWala 
Nice!
flag (Dec 01, 2011, 12:09 EST)


I could sit back and chill out for a while with tracks like this. It's sparse and repetitive, but it works. The synth tone is pleasant, not too aggressive or harsh, and the chord structure is really neutral -the song could be either happy or sad depending on my mood while listening. Basically, I like it. Keep up the good work!
 Oct 16, 2011, 11:23 EDT
Interpret 
Thank you very much.
flag (Oct 16, 2011, 11:29 EDT)


The Middlemen gave feedback to PENDRAGON for “PENDRAGON :: You Make Me”:
Very cool. What kind of DAW do you use to make your music? I like the drama of this one, I see that you do some soundtrack work-- for games, or shows, or something else?

-Ari
 Jul 13, 2011, 13:22 EDT
PENDRAGON 
I use a Pro Tools setup for laying down the tracks and getting them just right - then I use Sonar for mastering. While Pro Tools could obviously be used for everything, I once did a session with someone and watched them use both. After I bounce it down out of Sonar, I use Sound Forge for the two track if the final mix needs some tweaking for fades or anything. My paying work has only been used so for Satellite TV on custom networks.
flag (Aug 11, 2011, 22:02 EDT)
PENDRAGON 
...and thanks for the feedback!
flag (Aug 11, 2011, 22:08 EDT)
The Middlemen 
Very nice! You're welcome. I think that the main thing about the DAW is just if you're comfortable with it...
flag (Aug 12, 2011, 06:25 EDT)

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