Man I wish there was a wider variety of genres to choose from. I don't think this tune really qualifies as country. However, I do think it's the closest fit in the list of available genres.
My girlfriend is currently working for a museum, where she among other things, are making videos for them to use on social media. So, since the budget is really small for each video I offered to help out with some music so they could save some money.
This happy go lucky tune is made to accompagny a short aerial shot movie that showcased some of the cool things you can see in the area surrounding the museum.
The whole song was recorded in audacity with a Zoom H4 microphone.
I thought there was an indy genre or alt rock section to toss music like this into. I usually toss my stuff into "experimental" when I'm not 100% sure of my tracks gender. Dunno, love the impomptu recording style. I love using audacity to cut up tracks from long videos into quick easy wav samples.
Reminds me of some of the recordings I did in college with friends. I used to record videos and compose music to go with them... got the idea from Bjork's music video for "Who Is It."
This track is perfect for good vibes. I love the results of this style. If there's any input I could make, that percussion sound at 00:21 could have been used once or twice more somehow. It kind of disappears. A cymbal swell with some reverb midway or a vibraslap could also transition the song somewhere but I doubt something like that would just come naturally to another composer. I got a vibra slap sample from youtube, just google "youtube to mp3" then use audacity to convert the sound or juxtapose it into the song.
You could also leave the track exactly as it is because it's fecking perfect already. Love.
A pretty melody) good work