Monday, 11 May 2009

My Composition..!

My new comp.. I've named it "Sound of South" cuz that's what it sounded to me like.. I've used synthesized sounds of Mridhangam, Gottuvadhyam, Morsing etc which was all tuned using software to get its tone (Not the actual instrument though!) and some strings, flute and damped keys.. This is just a 2:21min track.. Hear it and leave your comments.. [Software Used: FL 8]



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-S

15 comments:

Y.Yugesh said...

very good job da i like it da

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

Thanx da..

naresh said...

very nice macha...superb

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

@Naresh: Thanx.!

Guru said...

hmm.. the chords you use in the BG are distracting. I'm a huge fan of these south fusions, but ithink you overdid this one by using too many (loud)instruments around the main percussion. You could've made this a little simpler IMO..

Good work..

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

@Guru: This IS a simple one da.. Anyway.. Will prioritize your suggestions in my next comp.. Thanx for your comments and compliments..!!

Ramkumar said...

nice.. sa guru said the BG was loouder than your music. other things were good.

Subash said...

had a nice feel machi... good work...

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

@Ram and Subash: Thanx guys..!

Subramanian said...

Good fusion music. Nice to hear.

All the best for your future in the

music world.

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

@Subramanian: Thanx man.!

Markus said...

Hi, great job on the soundtrack. I agree that the BG was too loud. Fantastic though.

Can I ask..how did you get the synthesized mridangam in FL Studio 8? PLEASE do let me know. Thanks!!

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

@Markus: I was hoping someone would ask.. I took it from Rahman's 'Margazhi Thingal (Sangamam)'.. Mridangam alone is played at the starting of that song just before the singing.. I cut that into 3 and made one as a loop (that you hear throughout the song), and other two as fill.. I wish i could download Indian instruments for FL for free.. ;)

praveen said...

I liked the composition especially the use of that mridhangam was great, good use of that ar's song. Continue your great work...

S.Sajith Mohideen said...

@Praveen: Thanx macha.