Oh really? I would have liked to have heard your music. It's too bad that you lost all of your work, have you tried writing songs again after knowing you've lost them? Oh wow, thank you for sharing that, I'm sure if you were to have others outside of family listen to your music, they'd probably like it just as much.
I always find that when it comes to family they'll always be honest with their child; if your family says it's good, then it HAS to be good.
Speaking of losing music though, I hear you, I lost a lot of my music when my computer had a nasty crash, didn't backup anything so had to start all over from scratch. Between us, I actually had over 60 songs completed, a few others were incomplete. I think it's probably better that I had lost them because when I decided to re-write most of my older and newer pieces, they all sounded a lot better, not just quality-wise, but they are structurized better, and also, a lot of feelings are conveyed in them than how I originally wrote my older songs.
Thank you very much for your input on Tails in Full Bloom
, I've put a lot of work into this one. I wanted to write this piece to represent the feelings of the three main characters in my game which they happen to be sisters, how their relationship as siblings unfold and how much more closer they become from the many obstacles that they are faced against through the various events that happen within the game.
Oh wow! It's an absolute honour that you would make a reference to "We are Siamese if you please" from Lady and the Tramp!
I've tried to make some distinctions to that of Disney compositions since I've always had a love for most music in each Disney movie, especially Wall-E.
I've had a few people tell me that they hear similarities to cute, childrens' nursery rhyme songs in a couple of the sections, but I never would have thought similarities from Lady and the Tramp, so thank you, I'm really glad you like it, X-M-O.
This song really hit home for me, almost moved me to tears even, and it especially gave me goosebumps. I find that in order to write a really good song, it has to give me goosebumps.