back to iTunes.
five-star reviews are weird for me...i have a hard time rating anything five stars (especially my own music) so when someone rates my music five-stars, my first instinct is to say, "uh huh. right." but at the same time, i'm incredibly honored that someone would even take time to 1. listen to my music and 2. take time to sit down and even rate/review it. that baffles me.
here are five-star reviews from iTunes that were really cool to read.
dear Dragon arrow [insert emoji] [insert emoji]: wow. thank you. it's interesting you say that...that's what i really tried to do differently on this album...i tried to tell stories through the music, instead of just looping epic drums and brass and stuff. so yay, success! thank you so much for listening!
dear XxDarKnight666xX: thanks for the double review - means the world to me! just between you and me - you said "thank u for all you[r] hard work" - i wanted to say that i really appreciate that. i was eighteen working on epic music i...and nineteen working on epic music ii...and no one knew what i was doing. i spent so much time alone working away at those albums (which i still feel are mediocre...but that's ok) and it was a lot of hard work. a lot of experimenting, a lot of failures, a lot of alone time. so - thank you. means a lot.
dear Azambo: well. thank you. i guess you said it all. if anything, thanks for your support!
dear Htdudfhtvighufighyy: (wow. what a user name!) it's your lucky day - i do read! and thank you for the kind words, truly honored. really appreciate people like you. you've been a fan since epic music i? WOW. now that's dedication! :)
dear I like Ethan: ahh i love it! you listen to my music, you feel, you create - my life is complete. thank you for listening - keep on writing! (ps - write me a screenplay and i'll do the score! deal?)
ok. i'm done reviewing my own reviews. i'm going to move onto something else now.
thanks for listening,