Tags : | Acoustic | 4.49 MB

Description : Just an acoustic/piano piece I threw together a few nights ago when coming home from university. My brother and I were doing some acoustic music together in my room, just having fun; came out with this; I immediately got on my DAW and recorded it before I forgot how ti went lol. Hoping to get some strings on it soon as well as some vocals from the bro! :P In the meantime, enjoy this instrumental.

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  1. T576
    T576 on Wed 1st Mar 2023 - 6 months ago

    Excellent sound and playing. From guitar player to guitar player, very clean and precise sound and playing. Quite a emotional feel also. Perfect for vocals. PEACE. T576 OUT.

  2. redstang442
    redstang442 on Mon 18th Jul 2022 - 1 year ago

    love the style and flow of the track nice work!

  3. prothegee
    prothegee on Tue 12th Jan 2021 - 2 years ago

    Hey, I made a song with your track/sample.


  4. Hefflin
    Hefflin on Thu 15th Oct 2020 - 2 years ago


  5. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Sun 23rd Aug 2020 - 3 years ago

    Really like the guitar.

  6. Artrosbas
    Artrosbas on Sun 23rd Aug 2020 - 3 years ago

    Love it

  7. Zzama
    Zzama on Mon 25th May 2020 - 3 years ago


  8. yxngstone
    yxngstone on Tue 14th Apr 2020 - 3 years ago

    Ok, so I did some vox over this. This isn't out yet, but I wanted to let you know my intention is to put the song on streaming services. Was wondering if I could pay u up front or do a revenue share with u from any royalties I make from the song. Thanks, Carson https://soundcloud.com/carsonstone/without-you/s-uqqpL

  9. P3TRUS
    P3TRUS on Thu 12th Mar 2020 - 3 years ago

    Bro, can i sample this? :))

  10. JPedroOliveira
    JPedroOliveira on Sat 23rd Dec 2017 - 5 years ago

    Really nice ! I love this kind of emotion.

  11. zack3098
    zack3098 on Fri 30th Jun 2017 - 6 years ago

    I was wondering if I can use this track* sorry, phones glitchy today...

  12. zack3098
    zack3098 on Fri 30th Jun 2017 - 6 years ago

    Fantastic not. vERU insoirational. I'm making a new EP and was wondering fin i use those track teack? I've go got a great idea and this song works perfect for it...

    Zack Johnson

  13. YasminMaghrabi
    YasminMaghrabi on Wed 13th Jul 2016 - 7 years ago

    I keep coming across your tracks and to be honest I have fallen in love with each and every one of them. Your music is beautiful and I really look forward to collecting all of them!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks Yasmin, my apologies for not seeing this comment sooner :)


  14. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Wed 16th Dec 2015 - 7 years ago

    Well, I'm a little late to the party, so most everything has been said, but I will give you my two cents worth. I've had the opportunity to work with some really talented guitarists over the years, and I can honestly say it would be an honor and a privilege to work with someone with your skills. I'm not sure if you do any session work, but if you don't, you really should check it out. Great acoustic guitarists are hard to come by in this day and age. I love your technique, your clarity, your timing, your control, and the bond you have with your guitar. It's a beautiful thing to listen to.

    Wonderful work, and a beautiful interlude for me tonight as I wind down after a busy day. Thanks for posting my friend. I hope all is well.


    Reply by BradoSanz


    That meant a lot to me, Bear :) And I'm open to collabs, depending on the chords :P I only know a few haha. I couldn't tell you the names of a lot of the ones I play. But acoustic has always been a love of mine. It's what I started with, after piano. There's just something about guitar that makes me want to improve my timing and clarity. There's nothing more beautiful than a guitar played simply and played well. :)

    Thanks again


  15. Jeffierenee
    Jeffierenee on Wed 16th Dec 2015 - 7 years ago

    This is amazing!!!!! I love it sooo much. thank you for making it downloadable.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    no problem :D

  16. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Fri 11th Dec 2015 - 7 years ago

    I like this guy's teaching method, makes theory understandable. Note reading is bonus, just understand how and why stuff works is what matters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gHEIF0rT2w&list=PLB585CE43B02669C3 You already know quite a bit so learning this stuff is quite simple and inspires new stuff constantly! (how I got into playing lead guitar) Hey I need to try that now :D Definitely tailored for vocals, love acoustic guitar. I have a 3/4 scale decent student one but hoping to get a full sized one soon so I can record alot more acoustic stuff. The full sized I do have has a cracked neck and wont stay in tune :( Tell your brother quit slacking and get his vocal parts done! Very Nice :D

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Yo, thanks Phatty :D I appreciate the help, I'm always willing to listen :P


  17. clindsay
    clindsay on Sun 6th Dec 2015 - 7 years ago

    Nice - clean an crisp! Forms the germ of an expanded track with vocals. Seriously good.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks :D

  18. Kulmiyow
    Kulmiyow on Wed 2nd Dec 2015 - 7 years ago

    I wrote something an it check youtube


    Reply by BradoSanz

    Beautiful stuff man. I love it. Great job!


  19. zacvoos
    zacvoos on Tue 1st Dec 2015 - 7 years ago

    Really like the guitar. Such chill sounds. It feels pretty dreamy like something you'd hear in a movie or something. Great work!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks zac!! I appreciate your kindness :)

  20. Emolyte
    Emolyte on Sat 28th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    very soothing and great even without vocals. I love it

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks man. Appreciate the listen :)

  21. bitronix
    bitronix on Sat 28th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    I hope the vocals would be very good!
    These are the types of songs that I could relate to even though it's still in instrumental.
    I'm really touch, and seriously, I'm really touched and emotional. A nice composition, with perfect instruments such as those strings and guitars and especially the piano. The clock mixes well too. This song can inspire many people so yeah, a very great job. Your the best!
    - 2D2R

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks 2D2R. I enjoyed making it as much as you enjoyed listening :)

  22. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Fri 27th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    I from a vocalist standpoint, a very clever songwriter and vocalist will make this even more pretty. I agree with Tumbleweed, you have left room for what happens next to take this on a new journey. Thumbs up!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks Patricia :)

  23. skvrck
    skvrck on Wed 25th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hej BradoSanz,

    is this track free to use for commercial purposes?



    Reply by BradoSanz

    No, this is simply for private/non-commercial use. Thanks for asking!


  24. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 25th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    "Now I'm stuck just playing by ear."

    It's never too late to learn Music Theory. Instinctively you already have the general idea you just need to know why it works.

    Arpeggios are when you play the elements of a chord in a measure.
    the chord C consists of C E& G So in a 4/4 measure you play the notes C E G &E you have created a simple quarter note arpeggio. And you can play a nice pad sound consisting of the notes C E & G played all at the same time and they will fit nicely with your arp's. You can change up your arps by instead of playing E play an F. this is called a suspended 4 chord. or you could play the D note instead of E and you have a Suspended 2 chord. Suspended notes need a resolution in the song so you do not usually end a phrase on a suspended chord or note. A great example of suspended chords is Eddie Van Halen playing Keys on there song Dreams.
    30 secs in you hear the suspended chords and the feeling of drama they create.
    Another thing you can do is to play the arpeggios straight C E G E and then for the pads play them suspended
    Take four measures
    Guitar part
    String Pad part
    CEG (hold for whole measure) then CDG then CFG then CEG again
    Or if you take eight measures of:
    and the pads you go.
    CEG CDG CFG CEG ACEG ACDG ACFG ACEG which is now the Basis of a I VI progression of chords with the ACEG creating a minor 7th chord. (If you have a Piano it's easier to play and see what I mean) The exercise I would give to you is to constrain you to those chords but experiment with the bass root note and see what interesting combinations you can come up with. I highly suggest you pick up the book the Guitar Grimoire as it's an awesome guide to chords and hand positioning of the chords for guitarists. Every now and then I refer to my Keyboard version for resolution in conflicting sounds that I make in my music.
    I hope that helps you a bit.
    Also I read your reply to Static.
    "My DAW sucks."
    Never blame the DAW, because the talent will always shine through. An exercise I like to do sometimes is limit myself to just one keyboard and one chord and I have to do something creative with it that sounds interesting. Many song Ideas come out of inspirational exercises like this one.
    Would be an example of that. Just a long Jam in the key of F minor using only a Microkorg and the open source DAW Ardour.
    Take Care

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Wow, it definitely does. You speak much truth, truth I will keep with me from now on :) Thanks for the advice and wisdom! Btw, when I say my DAW sucks - it really does. For instance, I'm trying to work with some stems someone sent me (there's only 5 stems right now) and I can only play them as-is. If I add ANY effects WHATSOEVER, it doesn't play because "Pro Tools cant get audio files fast enough." I already have the system consuming as little as it can and it STILL can't handle it. It really is frustrating. I can't WAIT for a new rig lol.


  25. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Tue 24th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    hi again. that guitar clock-like metronomical background looped muted strumming thing was too sweet. I love the harmonics and I always enjoy listening to high frequency acoustic guitar range. Fine performance!

    Perfect backing track with some excellent mood changes throughout. Always different without repetitions. Amazing how guitar and piano are corresponding in harmonics!

    So maybe leave it as a teaser only. For me there is no need to add any vocals to this anymore at all. Just a thought.

    You're great in songwriting anyway. Do what you want.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks promenade :) Your works is always awesome as well so I appreciate the kind words!


  26. Enzotic
    Enzotic on Tue 24th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Your guitar recording always sound nice! I'll be looking forward to a version with vocals.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks Enzotic :)

  27. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 23rd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hola Brado, my remarks about pop should not be taken in a negative light, but just the opposite. You do POP very very well. Why is this POP. Because you use a chord progression that's very standard to pop songs. In your case you used a very Standard I VI V IV Progression F#minor, D#minor, C#, B and back again. Using the arpeggios on the Guitar that you made ,you ended up suspending the chords as arps that cycled through the chord structure. Similar songs" Dust in the Wind"(Kansas), Send me an Angel( Scorpions). "Time of your Life (Green Day). POP is a sound which the majority of passive music listeners enjoy and can relate to when they hear the familiar patterns even though they may be made in a myriad of different ways. It's why when we hear something that's completely new in music it's off putting at first because it doesn't fit our predicted expectations. This song fits that predicted mold and is done extremely well. If you developed it with your talented voice it would be a pop hit (with the right marketing and distribution team).
    So to answer your question it's the structure of the song and not exactly the play-style that makes this POP.
    Carry on!

    Reply by BradoSanz

    My dearest CruDawg:

    There was no negativity :) I was honestly intrigued at your proposition because I'm just not very knowledgeable on genres. They all seem so blurred to me sometimes. Reading your post makes me want to lash myself 40 times for not paying attention in piano lessons when I was in 4th grade; the knowledge of music and chords and reading sheet music would have come in handy. Now I'm stuck just playing by ear.

    What is the definition of arpreggios? I didn't know that this word could apply to live instruments as well. The more you know, aye? And I just noticed that I have a downward progression on the last three chords which was neat for random reasons. And suspended chords? I'd like more detail on this part of your follow-up review as it is very intriguing to me.

    Thanks for the generous follow-up, I'd love to know more :)


  28. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 23rd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    The test of a musicians talent I think is to play his/her solo instrument and leave the listeners enjoying what they just heard with out the adornment of all else that may be added....I enjoyed this one BradoSanz.....I`m guessing it will be even better when you add you vocal...but its good now...Ed

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thank you Tumbleweed. From an amateur guitar player to a pro - Cheers :)


  29. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Mon 23rd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Drumless, acoustic greetings, BS.

    What makes this a pop song?

    Well, maybe it's the simple guitar melodies that sound a lot like vocal parts in various pop ballads. Hard to explain but that's my simple answer to your question to the Cru Dawg. Not really a proper pop song until you add the vocal but then it probably will be. I can already hear you singing it as I know your stuff so well.

    Yes, your music does have the potential to make loads/at least some money. If you hit the big time, you can pay me loads to do a strange Nomad remix of one of your hits. Loads cos you'll be able to afford it. Oh, and I prefer English pounds to US dollars.

    Anyway, I like the metronomic pulse coming from one guitar part. Not sure if that's in amongst the playing or perhaps a totally separate part, acting a bit like a shaker.

    Sounds a bit like a ballad for American teen/early 20s emotional films. A bright, uplifting sound no doubt involving one character pining for the love (or at least hot body) of another.

    Simple, powerful widescreen sound and you are good at the drumless stuff that still has a decent groove/pulse to it.

    I give this a low mark on originality but that doesn't really matter - it's not that sort of track, just solid emotive acoustic stuff.


    Reply by BradoSanz

    "Well, maybe it's the simple guitar melodies that sound a lot like vocal parts in various pop ballads."

    That actually makes sense! Thanks, dear friend.

    "Not really a proper pop song until you add the vocal but then it probably will be."

    Just for that I will do a cantor voice and make this orchestral! Jk, I'll prolly sing a pop song again. haha. Does it change anything if I go full orchestral? :3

    "Anyway, I like the metronomic pulse coming from one guitar part. Not sure if that's in amongst the playing or perhaps a totally separate part, acting a bit like a shaker. "

    That was actually an extra layer that was simply the up-and-down strike of the guitar without any chords. I liked the firmer time it kept than just having solo guitars. Felt more...structured. So I kept it. Trial and error I suppose.

    "A bright, uplifting sound no doubt involving one character pining for the love"

    That was actually...exactly what I was aiming for! Glad to hear that I got that across at such a minimalistic stage in the development of this one.

    "Yes, your music does have the potential to make loads/at least some money. If you hit the big time, you can pay me loads to do a strange Nomad remix of one of your hits."

    That actually made me laugh, I appreciate your kindness. If I ever get loads of money, I'll hold a contest on Looperman and have a 2,500 USD (sorry, I don't live in Europe) prize. Oh, and a Looperman T-shirt. Can't forget that!

    "I give this a low mark on originality but that doesn't really matter - it's not that sort of track, just solid emotive acoustic stuff. "

    Agreed. I wasn't quite looking to be original as my intention for this when it is complete is to sell it for trailers or videos. Simple stuff. I don't quite have the tools right now to become unique, at least in the way I imagine. My DAW sucks.

    Thanks for stopping in.

    Depth: 10/10
    Humor: 8/10
    Overall Impression: 9/10

    (just because I'm in a grade-y mood)

  30. OmarMuk
    OmarMuk on Sun 22nd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Very relaxing and soothing. Brings back some memories.

    Thanks for sharing it "bare" as I typically enjoy music without vocals.

    Not to suggest that you shouldn't add vocals but sometimes music can speak to the listener as well.

    Great work on this.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    I'm thinking about making it a generic love-song for one version and then make it more tailored to how I want it to be, in part because I want to start selling my tracks for trailers and movies and stuff (the generic lovesong would go here). I've made connections with someone in the industry who says my stuff has a lot of potential to make money so I want to try it out :3

  31. Philemonster1
    Philemonster1 on Sun 22nd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    this invokes that American pie university college type ambience and movie back track...like when a guy is thinking about a girl or having a dinner with friends,laughing..

    you and your bros spirit is glazed all over this beat-goodwork

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks Phile, your stuff is awesome too :3

  32. Penga
    Penga on Sun 22nd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    This is absolutely gorgeous. I'm loving the piano parts that come in around :42...such a beautiful touch

    And the chord progression at 1:03 made my heart melt. I actually almost shed a tear during this listen.

    Keep doing what you do Brado, hopefully we can do something together in the near future!!

    [Penga] :)

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Wow, I'm glad the song touched you :) It definitely gave me chills when I heard it too :P Cheers Penga!

  33. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 22nd Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Holy C# major which is overall..a nice pop tune. (that we have heard before)...many times and many, many, many times. But it never gets old using the chord changes you have used. I think if you slow the tempo down just a bit you will get the emotional twinge you would expect from this song, but a little bit better. And then you can add your lyrics (inspirational would fit nicely) and you could conquer the POP world, if that's your intention.

    Reply by BradoSanz

    haha cru :P What classifies this as pop? I'm just curious, not looking for an argument or anything :3 I mean, it's just acoustic and piano and hopefully some orchestral strings...Is it the play-style that makes it pop?

  34. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Sat 21st Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    This is excellent! Please pursue it and get some vocals on it. It's really nicely put together too. The acoustic sounds very good indeed and the composition is great. Top quality stuff. Great job. Look forward to hearing some more.


    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks, Richie :) I'm hoping to get something on this one soon :D

  35. traz75
    traz75 on Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Sounds nice, peaceful but still had enough power - a very good base for a song i think. :)
    Good luck with the extension and the vocals!

    regards, traz

    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks traz :3

  36. Rhodesy
    Rhodesy on Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Enjoyed this one.An emotive sound.good luck.

  37. ImproveWithError
    ImproveWithError on Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    This is awesome, very simple and beautiful, definitely put some vocals on this, its too good not have some good lyrics on it. I know you write some Christian stuff which I dig, I think it would be very fitting for this song. Great work so far, keep it up.


    Reply by BradoSanz

    Thanks Kyle :) It does have a pleasing tone to it, kinda reminds me of the song "Home" by MercyMe. I love that song, and this song was trying to capture that feel.

  38. JasonCroft
    JasonCroft on Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 7 years ago

    Great one
    a vocal can complete this track
    it will be great if you add vocals
    kindest regards

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Description : Remastered March 2023. Recorded live on two mics. For my wee daughter Tui; I wrote it sitting on the bathroom floor, keeping her company while she was in the bath....

Tags : | Acoustic | 3.78 MB | Samplitude

Description : Written for Claudio's birthday (my Italian friend) in obvious waltz manner and with slight classical touch this tune appears to me almost painfully simple and minimalistic (and indeed it is)....and yet, Claudio who's very familiar with my music says that this is one of the nicest pieces of music I've ever written even if it wasn't his birthday present....well, who knows if he's right..:)^^

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