5/1/2017 0 Comments
Hey Everybody! How's it going? Hope you all are awesomely well! Some ABSOLUTELY REFRESHING music for you all today! With this piece I was inspired by Rick Springfield. I am a gigantic Rick Springfield fan! I've got a good chunk of his discography. I took inspiration from most of the work on his last 3 albums. In my opinion, they're some of his best work. In producing this composition, I wanted something that sounded and felt like a relaxed summer breeze, like a day at the beach. I started with the piano part, which is a simple chord pattern, then took that same pattern, but used it with an acoustic guitar to make it sound a little more full, a little more adult contemporary and pop rock. The title, "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes)" comes from me always wanting to put a female name in a song title. Victoria is actually from a real person with that name. She happened to be standing about a foot from me as I was composing it. It's a piece of admiration, and I'm not sure she'll ever know. Nonetheless, this original piece is one of, if not my most favourite beat that I have EVER worked on. It just seemed to come together so effortlessly. This instrumental also has my favourite bass line. I think it just sits underneath the piano and guitar so, so well. It just feels and sounds SUPER, SUPER smooth. The drum kit is also fantastic, in my opinion. I threw my favourite kick and clap pattern with them sitting on top of one another, along with my favourite snare drum sound. I think it just pops and is so, so cool. This instrumental feels SO, SO SUPER FRESH, and I couldn't be any happier with how it turned out. I hope you all enjoy, I hope it speaks to you, and I hope it makes you feel good. If you like what you see and hear, then please SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL to keep up with all my latest releases and goings on. Thanks everybody. Talk to you all again soon.
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