I’m done with the new song + got new earphones with a nice mic + can’t wait to record it yeaaaahhhh
Anonymous asked: The sound of your voice is like the twinkle of the night telling me, "Go to bed; you'll be safe, I promise." The smile in your eyes reminds me of how Peter Pan reminds of how growing up sucks. But to put things straight, it's your voice. It reminds me of those 90's singers that grew old, but never got forgotten. I'd hold the stars in front of your dim nights and turn them into moons--if that's what it takes to see you smile again. I can't wait for your new song. God bless and you're amazing.
I’d love to reply with something as poetically beautiful, but I’m all out of words. Thank you so much!
Halfway done with writing this song I’ve been working on for about two weeks now! It doesn’t have a definite title yet (probably Seabed or Petals in the Water) but it deals with this girl finding her way to the sea—I’m kicking my songwriting up a notch since this is going to be my first song of the year and I want it to sound like the alternative artists I’ve been listening to. My good old friend Karen (who’s an amazing artist, let me tell you) will be doing the artwork so I’m excited to see how it all turns out. Wait for it, I’ll have it put up by the end of the month!
Anonymous asked: What do use in recording your voice? Parang ang linis kasi pakinggan :) Your voice is really amazing ♥
What recording are you specifically referring to? I usually use a Fujitsu laptop’s internal mic; other times I record with the Soudcloud app on my iPod. I just clean them up on Wavepad afterwards—I don’t use it to change my voice, though, it’s just to lessen the hissing on the background. Thanks!