Bob Hanson

Bob Hanson

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Unique - Soundtracks | Truro, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,151   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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I'm not a musician.I have no musical training or qualifications.I'm an amateur music maker who has always loved all kinds of music from Classical to Rock.Until a few years ago I'd never made any music myself.I have only the very basic of equipment,a small digital 8-track recorder and a keyboard.But with these I found I was able to cobble together tunes.I start with a simple melody then expand upon it trying to find an arrangement that I'm happy with.Technically I'm rubbish.However I've now listened to many tunes on Broadjam,and although most are technically flawless and insrumentally virtuoso,I'm sometimes left wondering "so where was the melody?" I think Broadjam is an invaluable tool for aspiring music makers like myself who crave input from professionals and the knowledgeable.


David D. Mason posted over 30 days ago to Bob Hanson

Hi Bob, thanks for your review of ''Sharon's Gallop'' it's much appreciated. You have written some very interesting pieces yourself, most enjoyable.

Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago

Hi Bob,

Thanks for the kind review of the instrumental version of my song, "Sunday Morning". It is currently in the Top Ten of the New Age charts.

The song does have a version with lyrics, which I think you will like....

It is a new song (2012) but has the feel and attitude of a Joni Mitchell song .... so I found your comment about it being a 60's -ish tune, to be interesting.

Thanks, again, Bob. Best of luck in your endeavors.

Chet Nichols
Inductee - The Kansas Music Hall of Fame

Benjamin Stone posted over 30 days ago

Greetings again Mr. Hanson-

My humble thanks for you comments on "Prairie Meditation 1". I really appreciate your words and it is inspiring to know that others enjoy my efforts. That particular work took a long time, and it seemingly became more and more obscure to me as I worked on it. It is good to know that effort was successful.

Kind regards,

Benjamin Stone

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