I always liked the track. It was silly but also kinda nice, particularly this middle section where the chord progression would go up and then resolved back to the main Keyboard solo section.
This year I suddenly realized the song was now ten years old, so I just decided to get a singer and make a 10th Anniversary version of sorts. Programmed some drums and got Jens to play some fast keyboards (not really those are also programmed), then played all guitars and harmony keyboards directly. My main singer was some guy I found via my YouTube channel, and I feel the song came out pretty nicely
Joined: 10 Nov 2012 Posts: 411 Location: NJ, United States
Posted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:38 am Post subject:
Really enjoyed the transcription of the keys as "pirubirubirubiru" lmao
This is a great song and I like your rendition of it. The song gives off this vibe that someone trained a machine learning algorithm on the first three Sonata Arctica albums and this is what it generated. So I guess mission accomplished!
Joined: 26 Apr 2009 Posts: 1531 Location: South Pole
Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 11:02 am Post subject:
The song gives off this vibe that someone trained a machine learning algorithm on the first three Sonata Arctica albums and this is what it generated.
I think that's what the original composer had in mind when composing the track. I just enjoyed the track by itself along with its silly lyric and that middle-bridge section thing, so I wanted to cover it.