"Waltzing In Wonderland"

Posted by: Ghostgum

"Waltzing In Wonderland" - 09/08/20 07:38 PM

Waltzing In Wonderland


LILTING.STY (Lilting Fingerpicked Banjo Waltz)

I discarded the 1543 synth pad and replaced the 2478 Bass with the 2479 version.
I kept the following:
3414:Banjo Fingerpicking Folkwaltz Ev 120
RealDrums: Shaker Ev 8ths
1181:Guitar Fingerpicking PopWaltz Ev 120
Then I added:
1297:Guitar Resonator, Background Bluegrass Waltz Ev140
898:Guitar, 12-string Acoustic Strumming FolkRockWaltz Ev 150
2821:Guitar:Nylon Rhythm MariachiWaltz Ev 150

Tempo bumped up to 165bpm.

Reason 11 Sounds:
Orchestral Flute, Piccolo, Mandolin Trem Ensemble, Banjo, Mandolin Solo, Concert Grand Piano,
Concertina, Symphonic Strings Trad.
(Concertina midi track written in Guitar Pro 5 and imported into Reason.)

Mixed with Audacity.
Posted by: Al-David

Re: "Waltzing In Wonderland" - 09/08/20 08:32 PM

Hi Brian ...

I always look forward to a new song from you. This is so light and breezy ... how can one not smile when listening? A super nice mix ... every element is easily identifiable and sits perfectly in the mix. thanks for a terrific listen!

Wishing you the very best. Be safe ...

Posted by: Ghostgum

Re: "Waltzing In Wonderland" - 09/09/20 02:23 AM

Thanks Alan. Much of the credit has to go to PG Music and their BIAB styles. I get so much inspiration when I'm browsing through the collection. Just type in a few chords, hit 'play' and the real tracks seem to suggest a melody - it's uncanny!
Posted by: Janice & Bud

Re: "Waltzing In Wonderland" - 09/09/20 02:34 PM

We love acoustic productions and we love waltzes so guess what?

We love it!

Posted by: dcuny

Re: "Waltzing In Wonderland" - 09/09/20 09:38 PM

Waltzes are great, and this was pleasant to listen to.

Nice melody, and I liked the way you changed it up between instruments to keep it interesting.

Posted by: floyd jane

Re: "Waltzing In Wonderland" - 09/10/20 06:26 AM

A good listen. Pleasant.

A good mix. And many nice elements keeping the ear engage - what an instrumental should do...