Description : TRACK BAND
Description : I may be the only person in the Universe that didn't "get" distorted guitar. Well, that's changed. It's heavier than usual. Still using more "real" instruments. Crunchy Yamaha bass + low staccato piano octaves boost the start of each bar. Congas, and a Roland TR-8 fill out the bar tails. Overdrive Strat tells the tune. Synth soft pads and strings set the mood. If anyone would like to replace the guitar work (or anything else) with better, or more interesting, Pls let me know. It's named after Eleanor Roosevelt, who seems to have lived her life on her own terms. (Although I expect she'd hate this if she heard it!)
Description : hard rock
Description : Function Loops gave away free loops and in honor of that I wrote a song for them. Here it is, please comment Music created by me and all instruments played by me, Except Scott B on the drums.
Description : This song was originally written by Bear but never posted…he asked me if I could finish it so, I did. Bear is on rhythm guitars, drum loops, pads, wrote the original bass line (which I redid with my Ibanez bass), keys. I added vocals, lead guitar, bass and mastered. Always a pleasure working with Bear because his songs are just so darn good.
Description : From the upcoming album "Lumpy Granny".
Description : UPDATE 1-24-15. Better snare and cymbals. A dense, somewhat intricate, but rather boisterous affair. Electric guitar, bass guitar and three MIDI drum kits. Marimbas, Fiddle and Grindhouse Organ are also MIDI. This one goes between 110 bpm and 90. Also between 4/4 and 7/8. A lot of hammers and pulls, different layers of distortions. Suggestions, criticisms and critiques are always welcome. Bon appetit.
Description : 2newFeaturedRocKtracks
Description : Edit 1-24-15 Took some good advice and changed out the one guitar effect. I actually switched it back to what I had before i originally changed it. Too much swamp. Sorry Frappa. First new track in quite a while. Had my computer go down on me, lost a bunch of stuff and then Xmas happened. :) Been working on this for a bit. Started out as a Bass riff and then added guitars. Reviews and ideas welcomed. Guitar, Bass myself. Drums AD,
Description : wrote and sang this one the piano is minor2go and the drums are beta monkey I would like to hear some better drums some synth and some bass of course let me know if your interested in working with this song
Description : For a while I've been wanting to do a track like this one. Just a nice mellow groove jam without the foreboding darkness that is present in most of my work. Well, mostly without it, anyhow. If you liked my last track, "Cyclamens Laid In Stone" then you might like this one. It's a completely different tune, but carries a few similarities. But, it's not nearly as electronic heavy. Also, if you have any suggestions on the mix, let me know. I didn't check this one against all my different systems, so, it may be a little off in a few places. And, for those of you who like, and miss the aggressive, chest kicking ValveDriver sound, don't you worry, there's a storm brewin' in them thar hills. Take care. V. (I don't know in which genre this best fits, so I'm going with "Rock" If you have a better suggestion, tell me.)
Description : Backtracking to my younger teenage days when music was basic and fun- Note the guitar lead was done with FM8 vst Crunch Crusher
Description : Mellow. Drum loop downloaded here from looperman.com and guitar, mix, and edit was me. Thank you.
Description : Sorry for the homemade recording but I would like to show a composition mine to you :)
Description : UPDATE-1-12. Added more percussion and rerecorded the strings. NOT hard rock, and not a normal track for me. 80bpm. A simple and sad song, with just a touch of sarcasm, dedicated to a man who did as he was told and will be forever hated for it. Reminds me of Prom. Bass guitar, electric guitar, Midi drums, and violas that I played on the keys and did not alter. A bit of auto-wahed bass guitar as well. Chorus reminds me of early 60s for some reason. Could be wrong. Let me know what you think! Feedback always wanted.
Description : Moody Blues cover. One of my all time favorite bands ever. Creating ground breaking sounds with those future thinkers in music from the 60's and 70's. Justin Hayward was certainly one of my inspirations as a kid and an adult.
Description : A good track :)
Description : Music, Lyrics, Instruments and Vocals by Ian Ranmann - Song worldwide registratd by SABAM Belgium
Description : rock track.
Description : Real guitar and bass, with midi drums. There are four layered drum kits. A metal kit, electronic kit, pop and a basic kit for cymbals. Everything else is guitar and bass. Must thank Bear(shortbus) for the tip on rhythm guitar playing, since I'm very new to it. I did go in and fix some timing on the heavy guitars in the first half, for I am not as mechanical as I'd like for heavy crunching 16ths. Working on it. The first half was done with "Ampire", which is the amp simulator program that comes with Studio One and is pretty sweet. It is much like "Amplitube" that comes with either Cubase or GarageBand, I don't remember which. Second half has an odd "Lateralus-ish" feel that is all the transition with the Pro Co Rat distortion pedal. No amp emulation. Outro's odd riff remains intact. Would love to hear some feedback and ideas, criticisms, critiques, thoughts, gumptions, quandaries, boggles, curiosities, belligerence, daydreams and general mind dumplings. Hope everyone is still in good working order after New Years.