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Ini Varum (இனி வரும்)

Here is a short number, fresh out of my studio and something I finished it in one evening! I enjoyed doing this for sure.″

Do check this out for lyrics and more


Besides fantasizing about being a Peter Gibbons at least for a couple of days at my work, I think I have a long way to go to realize some of the other fantasies. But like any ambitious man out there, I will get there! Note: All views expressed in this blog are mine alone and have got nothing to do with my company Cogent IBS, Inc., its employees or any of its affiliates.

2 thoughts on “Ini Varum (இனி வரும்)

  1. Well, Nakul was right and I too take up your second interpretation reg his comments!
    Beautiful piece of music. loved it..lyrics, I dont know the context and not able to correlate with anything..but having my own idea, and it fits well.
    Your Voice is very good, why do you have to say every time that a better singer would have made it fine…I feel for some moods in the music, your voice is suitable, and you are able to modulate it accordingly. you can easily shift to higher and lower pitches. So be proud..
    The double track has added a strength to the song.
    Guitar style suits very well , but I insist, ( not suggest…I take the right!) that you should start the song little late allowing more of guitar to flow, and have that tapering effect of the guitar with chords at the end for a little more time, to have the lingering effect of this song in minds. 9 sec, initial time and 4 sec at the end is not enough.
    Strings, interlude/end, is the best part, I love it so much…strings in guitar background is simply superb!!a suggestion…a humming at the end of the strings and then the tapering would be better to give a blende.
    In short, I would say, its a short attack but deep impact! Kudos to you…

  2. Great to get some good inputs. To be honest, the lyrics really didn’t come out with a plan. For some reason, I started off with “Ini” and given the mood I was trying to create, guess they flowed automatically. the words sort of convey a situation where the guy is singing about the mutual separation from his lover….
    Good suggestions on guitar time..I imagined this to be a short background piece in a movie – so didn’t want to extend it beyond what I originally had in mind. That’s the only reason. Else, I agree with you that it would have sounded better with more emphasis.
    After multiple hearings, as a listener, I was longing for the song to go longer..:-) To an extent, that was a success for the composer ..As for the strings, I had originally thought of that piece in the beginning of the song before voice kicks in..but ended up using it this way because this to me created “I want more” kind of a longing effect..

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