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Description : Here is my piano version a song called See Through. The original is made by Pentatonix, an a capella group. I made this from a request from a random person. Please enjoy and tell me your thoughts.

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  1. GregVincey
    GregVincey on Sun 23rd Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Really good piano piece, those melodies really hit the spot.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks man!

    ~Ookami

  2. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 19th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    I echo Orlando`s comments Ookami...very proficiently played and very enjoyable listening...I think piano is a wonderful instrument and to my taste it stands perfectly on its own as well as in the company of other instruments...I dont have a good piano vst myself (and I do not play keys well enough to invest much in one)..I often use the piano sounds in my old Alesis QS6 synth (sample based) that I have had since the late 90s...very nicely done...keep them coming...Ed

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you for your comment. I really do enjoy seeing words such as yours. Take care.

    ~Ookami

  3. DeLaBeatz
    DeLaBeatz on Wed 19th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Nice piece of work bro. Keep it up.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks!

    ~Ookami

  4. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 15th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Simple, minimalistic but magical...I love piano stuff in general and this was something for my enjoyment....thanks for sharing....its a 'fav' !:)

    Compliments_____Orlando

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Much appreciated Orlando!

    ~Ookami

  5. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 14th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hey, this isn't bad for a song made with a single instrument. I guess I was a little disappointed when I clicked on an "acoustic" labelled track and found that it was a VST. That's just me though. It was, however, pleasing to listen to.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Truly sorry for that, my friend. I couldn't find any other appropriate genre listing. I'm glad you were pleased to hear this, but I'll look for another genre listing. Perhaps chill-out. Nevertheless, I appreciate the comment, and sorry for the disappointment. Take care.

    ~Ookami

  6. Joyce
    Joyce on Fri 14th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    I don't know the song, but this sounds very nice.
    However, I have to point out which piano you used. The piano sounds slightly dull and one you'd use during vintage times.
    Maybe if you use a Yamaha piano, it could sound prettier? o:

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you for your recommendation. Believe it or not, I'm using the best stuff I have. In this situation, I'm using Nexus 2, Dance Volume 2. Other VST's are too robotic and uninteresting. Fl Keys is very great for my CPU, but it's sounding is way too computerized. I apologize for my sounding being not pretty, but when you only have so much make-up, you do the best that you can. :) Take care, and thanks again!

    ~Ookami

  7. Emolyte
    Emolyte on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    I love pentatonix!Incredible work here mate, keep it up :)

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Always great to meet another fan. I'm glad you thought this was incredible. I'll be sure to do more. Thanks!

    ~Ookami

  8. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Very nice song, I do agree that the VST takes away the human element which would drive this song so much more emotionally. I can see why you love thissong though, brilliant chord progressions.
    peace
    Cru

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks Cru. This is one of my new favorite songs done by Pentatonix, so I just had to do a piano version of it. Since they only use their voice, and no other instrument, it was possible. Thanks again!

    ~Ookami

  9. ProgRockDan1
    ProgRockDan1 on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Glad you took it to a piano version. Nice music. I think it is a bit flat (not much dynamic range).

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate your comment. I tried to make it identical to the original. Of course, it won't sound as good compared to actual voices, however I'm satisfied with this. Thanks again.

    ~Ookami

  10. Danke
    Danke on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Beautiful piano play right here...I'm a midi player too so I appreciate your attempt very much...:-)

    Nice flowing and stunning atmosphere you've created...

    Much respect, Danke

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you Danke. I really love how this came out. It was enjoyable for me. I recommend checking out the original one Pentatonix made, then listen to mine again. I attempted to make it nearly identical to each other.

    ~Ookami

  11. Musicante
    Musicante on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Your piano playing is very good. It really holds it's own in this track...Nice job!

    Ciao,
    M.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate it, but I didn't really play the piano on this track. I can, but I pretty much used piano sounding vst's to make this all. Nevertheless, I appreciate your comment. Take care!

    ~Ookami

  12. soundhound
    soundhound on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Some nice chord patterns there, they all move with a groove that
    would be easy enough, to follow using simple formulas chord wise...

    Real Nice Track...

    Peace...TG.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Much appreciated. I wanted to make this identical to the original. I recommend checking that one out, then mine again. Thanks again!

    ~Ookami

  13. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    hey Ookami,
    You did really great job with programming the piano here. However the natural dynamic and flow of the piano playing was lost but still it is nice just as a midi-music.
    This song is really nice with all these polyphonic textures going on. Very good choice adding long reverbs.
    I enjoyed it. Alex

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks Alex. My intention was to have it identical to the original, with piano sounding vsts only. I recommend checking out the original then mine again. Thanks again!

    ~Ookami

  14. EazyBeatz
    EazyBeatz on Thu 13th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Very smooth uplifting piece you have here GoldenOokami, also those transitions flow seamlessly with each other. Very beautiful peice of work here great job! -EazyBeatz :)

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you very much. I recommend checking out the original then listening to mine again. I tried to make it identical as much as I could.

    ~Ookami

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