Composing / Arranging, Making Music Videos, Performing, Songwriting / Writing Lyrics
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I want to express my music to others and help people through my music. I also play the ukulele and some piano.
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My favorite artists/inspirations are Coldplay, Mumford and Sons, Twenty One Pilots, Death Cab For Cutie, and Snow Patrol.
More about me:
I am from Carlsbad, California and have been writing songs ever since I started playing the guitar in the 7th grade. I'm so passionate about my music and my songs and my dream is to either become a professional musician that travels the world on tour or a professional songwriter
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Hey Nichloas, just listened to The Tale-- there's a lot of cool stuff going on, nice track! During the first verse I found myself wishing that the full band would come in...and then it did! Which is to say that I thought the song developed nicely all around. One thing you might experiment with when you rehearse and perform this song in the future is having the band come back in during the second bar of the second verse to pick up on and carry the momentum you generate coming out of the first verse. I also really liked how the lead guitar anticpates the harmonic rhythm of the rest of the band in the transition section after the first verse. I thought it was a nice touch that added a lot in a subtle way!
Hi Nicholas! Welcome! Hope you will join us for some songwriting activities in the songwriting group!
I listened to "Out of Bed" and thought the song had a fantastic flow to it. I liked the "ohs" but was thinking maybe they could use some more commitment (whenever I do "ohs" in a song I have to remind myself of why they are there: Afterstatement? Punctuation? And then just commit to whatever that is).
I liked how you took time before the second chorus, and also how you went up an octave for a bit in the second verse. All those little things piqued my interest.