Tags : | Funk | 9.53 MB

Description : The closest style for this track would be Latin-Funk. It feature vocals and a cool Italian rap by Franco, keys by Carlos Dek and vocalizing by Francy. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

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  1. frankiejazzit
    frankiejazzit on Fri 9th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Tks Domenico. You understand my rapping text too!
    Your name is "the man of Sunday"!

  2. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Tue 6th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I love the "italian-pseudo-rap" section!
    Franco should do this more often: deep and interesting voice.
    And I like how it has been recorded: very warm.
    Ciao, Domenico

    PS: I haven't written anything about the guitar and drums, just to avoid repeating myself... excellent as usual!
    Keep "rocking" guys! (or should I say "funking"?)

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Thanks, Domenico. Yeah, I really dug Franco's raps, too. Originally, he didn't have this and I said he needed more vocals and he asked me to write some in English, so I did and when he sent them back to me, the rapping was added and it blew me away!

    Cheers,
    Scott

  3. ladyinred
    ladyinred on Sat 26th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    unfortunately this song doesn't play for me !
    :(
    how ever i've tried play button doesn't work about this one !

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    I've noticed a few clitches in Looperman lately. I'm pretty sure the track is ok, since it plays fine for me and others who have commented. Sometimes when something doesn't work on one browser, it will with another. I've noticed this on other computers I have using a router. Also, there might be allot of traffic on Looperman which may cause it. Maybe try again later.

    Sorry,
    Scott

  4. frankiejazzit
    frankiejazzit on Sat 26th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    That's all my friend...
    Ciao!

  5. frankiejazzit
    frankiejazzit on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Cute these novels, Scott. I noticed your delicacy to respond in private. I have in mind a new idea. I send you shortly.
    Franco

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Yeah, I'd rather spend my time making music rather than defending it, and I don't go around listening to music and finding thing I don't like or think needs correcting about it, especially when we don't ask. Maybe our mixing skills are not perfect, but we are both professional musicians with many years behind us and I think, for the most part, we do a pretty good job and create some good songs. We're a good team regardless of what one or two people think!

    Cheers,
    Scott

  6. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Thanks for the reply. This didn't quite make sense: "we have anywhere between 15 to 25 hours into our tracks between the two of us".

    I guess you're saying you have 15-20 hours of material that you've recorded together? OK but I'm not sure what that has to do with any issues that I point out as being errors (as I see them).

    I can only call it as I see/hear it. I don't know if someone wanted something to be in there or is actually grateful for me pointing out something they hadn't noticed or were in denial about (I'm often like that with problems in my own tracks).

    "When we post them, they are finished and we feel they rarely need editing or correcting in our opinion."

    OK, well I guess you're saying there's no point in me pointing out things that could be fixed as you will automatically disagree. I upload tracks in as good a state as I think I can get them. And then I sometimes go back and hear the problems and generally then fix them. People are free to point them out to me. Sometimes I agree, sometimes I don't.

    I posted a new track last night which I love but now think the end section should be longer and some other bits don't quite sound right. I haven't put that in my track description as it's already quite long enough.

    I've actually been a bit disappointed in the past that people haven't pointed out errors or how to improve my tracks as they just gave me high praise so perhaps I thought my work was done (when it really, really wasn't). I had to work out how to make those improvements for myself so just as well I didn't settle for people thinking a track was great.

    "I can listen to anyone's track and hear things I would change if I was doing it"

    Yes - that's partly how I've learned to make music. By listening to things and getting ideas from how I would do things differently.

    Anyway, it's your music so do as you please with it but maybe I won't give any critique on your tracks in future. So, either a praise-filled review or no review at all.

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    SN, the main reason for my last reply was, my collaborator emailed me after he read your first comment and he felt it was a bit condescending. I had also felt that way and also about other comments you had written in the past, but never replied back. Since I knew he felt as I did, I just thought I'd reply and let you know our feelings. I know you mean well and your comments are not given with malicious intent, but some of us may be a little sensitive about our stuff. My policy is, if I like someone's track, I like to let them know and never try to help unless they ask for it in their description. You may be a better musician and producer than we are, but when you give us a list of the things we need to correct, it's a little off-putting and condescending. Again, I know you mean well!

    I hope this reply is more clear. We're all friends, here.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  7. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Funk/jazz style always hooks me one or another way. This time we hear more eclectic mixture which is nice. Instruments are well balanced and what I particulary like about the vocals is the Italian accent...haha...Buon lavoro ragazzi!

    Ciao____Orlando

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Hey Orlando,

    Glad you like it and took time to comment. I agree, I like the accent. Actually, Franco had a very small vocal part when he sent the track to me and I encouraged him to do more so I wrote a few lines for him and when he sent it back there was the cool Italian rap which I really dug. I hope to do more of this in the future.

    Ciao,
    Franco & Scott

  8. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Some complex, alternative stuff here that isn't easily categorisable.

    Before I get onto that, you've got to fix the guitar issues early on.

    0:12 and 0:16 pops/edits really have to be removed. It's a good part. Have you spliced together a couple of takes but forgotten to crossfade the parts?

    Also, on 0:54, what's that high buzzing noise? It comes in later too and sounds like an error.

    Anyway, errors aside, I like the timbale sort of drums fills eg on 1:49.

    5:08 cool big, exploding noise that is a bit of a surprise. What was that?

    There are also some problems at certain times with the kick drum being too loud. I can give details if you want.

    Otherwise, it's some interesting stuff that sounds like it was fun to make.

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    We appreciate your comments, SN, but please keep in mind, we have anywhere between 15 to 25 hours into our tracks between the two of us(or more depending on the number of musicians.) We have scrutinized the tracks many times over and corrected any issues we feel needs correcting. When we post them, they are finished and we feel they rarely need editing or correcting in our opinion. Also, all tracks will sound markedly different on whatever system it's listened on. I can listen to anyone's track and hear things I would change if I was doing it, but know it's that artist's interpretation and that's the way HE wants it to sound.

    That explosion sound at the end is just an FX loop I had for a nice impact to finish things off.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  9. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Mon 21st Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi,

    Love the jazz/funk feel to this, the vocals sit nicely in the mix with the guitars at just the right level. Nice work.

    Best wishes,

    Mark/Larry!

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Thanks allot, Mark/Larry. Glad you stopped by for a listen.

    Cheers,
    Scott

  10. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Mon 21st Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Well i'm no expert on funk but this is pretty darn cool.
    Love the percusssive section, the keyboards, the bassline and the guitar.
    It's got a kind of Carlos Santana vibe to it and goes very well with the sunny weather that we're having at the moment (Well, we were at least anyway)
    Dig this track.
    One suggestion, You should drop out some of the low end on the reverb you used on the vocals. It would add a bit more clarity.
    Other than that it's a hot track.
    FR

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Thanks FR. We appreciate your time and comment. Franco does the Santana vibe quite well.

    Cheers,
    Franco & Scott

  11. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 21st Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    There are some cool elements to this track. First, I like the vocals, all of them. The song has a very cool vibe, relaxed and chilled. Many cool percussion instruments, great guitars and some nice changes. Well done, enjoyed it!

    Wayne

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Thank you, Wayne. We appreciate you checking us out and hitting us up with your kind words.

    Ciao,
    Franco & Scott

  12. midiman007
    midiman007 on Mon 21st Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    So funky. Really cool. Nice compsition.

    ScottFranco
    Reply by ScottFranco

    Thanks allot, James. We appreciate your comment.

    Ciao,
    Franco & Scott

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