|Kat Wrote:I think some folks I know have convinced me to use box.net; it does have a player and I think it'll mostly do what I want. So I'm slowly loading all of my music (all the links here have been converted). |
May we listen to some your some of your music?
Like I said, some of it is posted here in some of my stories, which link back to my box.net account. But it's more there because I usually get into the music while I'm writing about it (or write about the music because I'm into it), so to interpret it myself makes sense, and it's just an exercise in hearing it in someone else's voice; also I always hope that whatever emotion I feel singing it comes across in the music and gives something to the listener. I'm not a good musician by any means, merely an enthusiastic one.
I'm a hobbyist, not a professional or even an aspiring professional-- no one would ever pay me for what I do.
I usually only share with family and close friends because it's my equivalent of tacking my crayon drawings up on the fridge-- "this is what I did" and everybody pats me on the head and says "yes dear that's very nice." So-- really, don't expect anything good, 'cause I don't want to get flamed, and go easy on me, because trust me, I know what all of my musical flaws are, and I could make you a long list of what is wrong with each recording and what I could/should do to fix it (and I also do have access to vocal coaches). It's just for fun, and heartfelt, and relevant to whatever I'm writing about, and music and writing are my twin loves and I feel like my interpretation of the song in music is as relevant to what I did with it as my interpretation of it in writing, so I think they should both go together.