ralph tomaselli / better left unsaid / the wait is over

Nice, melodic, relaxing

I really like this, beautiful, relaxing and melodic with a complementary use of instruments and balance in the mix. The high gain guitar stands out with power over the piano, in a great juxtaposition. Instruments are tough to do, they must catch your attention and through variety not be boring. This is excellent!

your song

Hello there Ralph, thank you so much for sending me your song for review, I like the song very much, a very nice and well written rock pop instrumental, great guitar riffs and and great piano harmonies, the drums also are well executed and well, the song has a nice drama and sadness inside too. I could hear in detail all parts very well, good song, good produced, keep it up, many greetings from Germany, Alfredo from King Mambo

Ralph Renaissance

Ralph has done it again. I'm very jealous but at the same time I'm enjoying this track. This is a awesome Instrumental. I wish I could write something that sounds cool like this. it has a deep somber piano melody that sets up & takes you on a journey. The lead guitars are screaming with pain as the bass and drums are the foundation of the doom and gloom. this is a true masterpiece . I'm gonna give this man another 5 out of 5


great tune with an awesome melody, the piano gives a good atmosphere and the wah guitar never sounds dull. A great use of resources that dirves the song to a momentum that comes at the right time. One thing a i love abpout songs is the use of dynamics and this song has them. Love the compositions and production. Keep it up!

My Opinion

I truly believe there's a market for every form of music and your sound is uniquely different than the type, or form of music I would traditionally listen to. Saying that I would have to say the sound is rather pleasant, and I can really appreciate the length of the music and I will also say it's well composed.

No More Waiting

One of the things I enjoy most about Number One Music artists is the newfound ability to hear music from around the world by singers who I'd never have the chance to listen to otherwise. That, in itself, is a great thing. Here, with this song Ralph delivers a passionate performance which is well produced and emotionally driven. Ralph is consistent in his delivery of quality music you love to listen to on repeat.

The Wait Is Over

I am happy to say I remember doing reviews of your music before. So I am ready to listen to another great song created by you. I am listening to it and I'm into the vibe already. This song is something I can imagine in a tv show as background music for a scene involving a character driving down a highway and contemplating something. I would seriously consider sending some of your music to a company like Jingle Punks. You should check them out! I think you could create something that could end up on television or in a movie. Take a risk on yourself and see if it pans out! I hope you give it a try and it works for you. The only thing I can critique you on is the quality of the recording but to me that is just a waste of time. I think you've honed your craft very well, I respect you and I wish only the best for you

"The Wait Is Over" brings a great dynamism, along with a smooth and modern touch.

The well-defined solid lines of harmony bring a strong sense of engagement with the created trip, and the guitar-like intersections in phrasing provide the dynamism to keep the music alive and functional. The timing of this song and the creative spaces are really great to keep the tone right. The unique and modern felling counterbalances in a way that does not cause distortions, making the music stay smooth all the time, with well-made contours. Ralph Tomaselli in "The Wait is Over" brought not only a song, but also a theme, something that is very difficult, when it brings ambiguity and clarity at the same time. We can call it something complete, definite and well realized. A song made with extreme good taste that has the possibility of reaching the most varied types of audience.

A little overdrive and a cry baby

This seems like the perfect tempo, not rushed and not too laid back. I like the piano rhythm; many people don't know piano is considered percussive. The full range recording is nice and no frequencies were overdone. It's reminiscent of a West Coast style with a lot going on in every measure. Nice smooth guitar, with a little overdrive and a cry baby wah, the most noticeable effects. My only wish is that "the wait is over" was a bit longer. I absolutely will give Ralph a positive review on any of his compositions. Keep them coming Ralph.

The Wait Is Over review

Hi Ralph, I like the feel of this short song. There are only a few things that I would suggest to improve it for your listeners. In your mix, it seems the piano is overpowering the majority of the track all the way through the first part of it. It sounds like you have some tasty guitar things going on through the entire first part but it doesn't seem to really come out until you start to pick up the tempo about halfway into it. Then the last half of the song, you have your kick drum punching through a little too hot. It's an interesting idea you are working on, you just need to get a tighter mix and possibly develop it into a little more of a song. Try taking it to a few more levels to enhance what you have started here. It's heading the right direction but it can be better with a little more time working on it. What else do you hear that it can go to? Good luck and keep writing!

The weight is over review

This instrumental by Ralph Tomaselli has has a broad spaciousness to the song a traditional sort of Rock ballad Temple focusing on electric guitar and piano transports The listener to seascapes and mountain ranges and is reminiscent of early Pink Floyd or supertramp well produced and well mixed recording worthy of a second listen

Fallinh from the sky

A very well recorded instrumental track, the lines of the keyboard and the guitar create an evocating atmosphere. A very good song to listen to in the morning, at the seaside but with coulds and rain falling from the sky...

No review

Ante todo, pedir disculpas por estas palabras, nuestra intención no es molestar a nadie: La plataforma N1M nos obliga a hacer críticas al trabajo de otras personas, sin otra alternativa (como compartir canciones o eventos). Nosotros no somos los más capacitados para decir qué es lo que está bien o no, musicalmente, los gustos de la gente son muy diversos y, como es normal, no vamos a ser nosotros quienes juzguen las horas y horas de trabajo de otros músicos. Esta plataforma musical, sólo intenta sacar provecho de los músicos, no se aprecia en ningún momento que pretenda dar a conocer el trabajo de los músicos. Por supuesto, el trabajo que ha hecho Ralph, es un gran trabajo. Ha realizado una composición plena y ha transmitido parte de sus conocimientos y su creatividad al oyente para despertar sentimientos diversos. Eso es la música. Es el oyente quien ha de decidir si está bien o no una composición, si transmite las sensaciones o no.

Ralph Tomaselli does it again

This is another piece of fine instrumental music by the soft and powerful Ralph Tomaselli. Very enjoyable track. Send it to a friend. The track is dynamic with a good command of the instruments that blend together well. Ray Martin Cerimeli Desert Door Publishers


Me encanta esta canción. la veo genialmente ejecutada. es perfecta de principio a fin. un maravilloso trabajo. Da gusto escuchar buena música que aún te sorprenda. Gracias. larga vida al rock.
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