@jennifer beatrice-- Cool wix site-thanks for sharing! I like your inspirations, and that you included a quote from each of them. :)
http://foreverbe.wix.com/musical-inspirations I didn't know how to work the to.be site, so I did the assignment on Wix , Hope you like it :)
Not sure if I've done it right, but I'll add more video etc :) but hope you enjoy! http://to.be/laragear , cannot wait for the festival in December :D Kean-bean! :)
Ahhh! Good to know Anna Pearl! Thanks for clarifying!
I'm so excited to meet you all! Just so you all know, my name's not Anna, my first name is Anna Pearl!!!
I finally figured out how to use to.be well, and I have to say, it was a lot of fun!
Here's my profile:
@elenigardner - loved your to.be profile. That David Bowie song Where Are We Now, is amazing! I remember being floored when I first heard it!
And I liked your song too, Not Raining. Has a real Velvet Underground sound.
Lou Reed told me that he used to write four songs a day, and Andy Warhol told him he was lazy for not writing more! So I can't wait to hear some more songs from you!
@dylandeanda, great song!
I love the diminished chord in it, and the way you use the open strings on the guitar.
Hi! I haven't been at all active on here, but I'm determined to change that! I tried to.be and I'm hoping it works all right. http://to.be/fields/ZedW--
Hey guys, sorry I'm quite late. Here's my first activity response: http://to.be/dylandeanda
Thanks for allowing me to be a part of this whole thing!
Also, check out my official website http://dylandeanda.com and I'm excited to share more original material with y'all as the project continues!
Hi All....a link to my blog.
For those of you who have had trouble with the to.be platform, check out these Frequently Asked Questions. Please note that although you can view the site in any of several browsers, Chrome is the only browser that allows you to edit fields. For those of you who submitted your responses another way, thanks for being willing to improvise -- always a great skill for any songwriter. Thanks to everyone who has posted so far for your thoughtful responses, and we look forward to hearing from more of you!
Couldn't figure out "to.be" either, so here's a blog: http://musicalexchange.carnegiehall.org/profiles/blogs/5953217:Blog...
Enjoyed reading the others - you guys are all insanely talented.
Here's my response to the first project prompt!
I gave "to.be" a try, but was unable to figure out how to write text. Nevertheless, I was able to include photos, original works, as well as my inspirations which kind of speak for themselves. It's a pretty cool program when it works! I'm really stoked to be a part of this project!
Abby-thanks for paving the way with the songwriting challenge! Great work!
Carmen--I think the tumblr idea is also really good one. And I got a new sense of your music by looking through your photos! I wanted to post on the site but couldn't figure out how.
Oh wait, I just joined tumblr. Uh-oh, Looks like I'll be online a lot more! It looks seriously fun.
Anyway, thanks for sharing, you guys!
Yeah, the to.be thing (Although it seemed really awesome) Wasn't working on my computer either. I couldn't get it to zoom out? Also, I couldn't put songs on it. But if I figure it out I'll make one. For now I made a quick Tumblr blog with a soundtrack (You can skip some of the songs if they're too long, and I think you can only see them if you are on a computer but I'm not sure) I will continue to post my inspirations and things that have come out of them (songs, pictures, the like) there's not much on there, only two pages at the moment, but yeah, I'll post though this songwriting-exercise-workshop-amazing-thing! So thrilling!!!!!!
Here's the link: http://carmen-in-a-few-words.tumblr.com/
Hello! The 'to.be' format wasn't working correctly on my computer, so I made a blog post in replacement with the same aspects.
I'm very excited to be a part of this project; thank you!
Thank you both so much!
What a pretty song Sol! I really enjoyed it. Super strong with the lyrics!
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