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8 comments | Wednesday, December 21, 2005

This is one of the first tracks that f6 recorded. This was done as an acoustic number with minimal orchestration, except for the looping piano riffs. Full credit to Ramya for having done great justice to this otherwise simple compositions. It was an out an out home recording with a Korg O1w (not a big fan of O1w, bit it works!) with a low end soundcard. Presenting to you "alla tero naam" by Ramya. Arranged by F6.

Credits:

Vocals: Ramya
Backing Vocals: Harish
Keyboards : Ganesh Ram

8 Comments:

Blogger Murali said...

Very impressive Harish ! Good work. PLease reduce the echo in lady's voice to improve lyrical clarity. will sound even nicer.

12:23 PM

 
Blogger Harish Sivaramakrishnan said...

Thanks Murali! Yeah that was a home recording mistake.. Cant track back the sessions either! So the damage is done :(

12:37 PM

 
Anonymous Jørn said...

I didnt even think about the echoes before I read these comments :) but then again, I can't understand what is being sung, i just enjoy the wonderful voices and I also liked the minimalistic orchestration. I think you put the Korg to very good use in this track.

I will defiantely come back to these pages in the future to listen to more music. This time I came through a blog from a blog from a blog or something like that :)

4:45 PM

 
Blogger Harish Sivaramakrishnan said...

Thanks a lot, Jorn! Saw an intro of urs in Ganesh's blog. Listened to your work too! Awesome!! Its an honor to have ur comment on my blog!

5:01 PM

 
Blogger Ganesh said...

Harish
you got some amazing set of singers and talent pool.
if you are interested I will send in some tunes you can do the orechestration and improvise on it.
kindly mail me

8:52 PM

 
Blogger Jo said...

Amazing work Harish. On the vocals and the orchestration. Keep 'em coming buddy. :-)

9:26 PM

 
Blogger Harish Sivaramakrishnan said...

Jo:

Thanks a lot man!

Ganesh:

Would love to collaborate on new songs arrangement. Thanks for the comment!

10:52 AM

 
Blogger Injikadan Mathai said...

wow...nice job dude...keep em coming..really likin it now..

11:31 PM

 

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