Here is my next completed piece in what's turning into a series that I plan to call I Am the Canary: Improvisations for Synthesizer in GarageBand.
In some of these pieces I explore the use of a kind of speaking-in-tongues ... gibberish if you will but which to me can be quite meaningful in conveying tone and character, and that's something I use in this piece.
Its starts rather abstract and gets more tonal as it evolves. For a working principle I thought of how a friendship I've been enjoying has evolved and sought to tell that story in musical terms, thinking of different events and scoring them if you will.
Ultimately I do not know if that is an ideal way to write but after listening to this enough to differentiate it from the literal story I have come to enjoy it as a piece of music in its own right and perhaps you will too.
It's a looser kind of progression ... it reminds me a little of Pat Metheny's and Lyle Mays's As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls ... which apparently had an improvised form, and some use of sound effects that I find very spiritual.