Tags : | Rock | 3.96 MB

Description : My transition track here.

Want to start integrating some guitar into my tracks.

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  1. KnightHeir
    KnightHeir on Sun 24th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Sounds good, especially good mix.

  2. Kargalar
    Kargalar on Tue 8th Jan 2019 - 3 years ago

    i like the fact you posted this piece under the "rock" label, it was sourprising to hear, fresh to my hear. Reminds me a bit like "flow" from nuno bettencourt or "fear" by criss angel, both artist rock oriented but with electronic pieces as well. Love it, keep em coming !

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Kargalar !
    Yeah was attempting to go for the Rock/Electronic fusion sound here. I have been a fan of that mixture for awhile. Not too much (if any) being done by anyone here.
    Would like to expound on it more, if I get the time.

  3. Zergmazter
    Zergmazter on Wed 6th Jan 2016 - 6 years ago

    This song sounds amazing man. I would like to hear the previous versions if you still have them. I'd love to hear what it use to sound like and how you improved it, and how mastering changed it.

    Very good job!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Sorry Zerg, I tried to find the previous versions of the track but I guess I replaced it with each change. Thanks for your comment bro.

  4. triplem3887
    triplem3887 on Wed 9th Jul 2014 - 8 years ago

    nyc track bro.... love the melody

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks for the listen and the feedback bro.
    I appreciate it.

  5. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 16th Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    F**ing Wow, great job, what you have now achieved is perfection in my ears as a song. loved every minute of this. you just captured an awesome riff and segued it nicely so that it never gets boring. Thanks for listening to all us punters because we believed in what you were doing, and you believed in what we were suggesting you have finished off a fine song my friend.
    hats off to you.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey thanks a lot Steve.
    Sorry for the late reply, ive been real busy the last few weeks with very limited time on here.
    Yeah im happy with the way this turned out and a lot of that has to do with the suggestions you and others made. I really appreciate the help bro.

  6. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 13th Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    Very groovy song you've got here! It's cool to see you updating and improving the track as you gauge people's reactions, it's a great way to get more points of view represented in your music. I like the tribal sort of drums and how they interact with the heavy guitar rhythm, effective! This kind of reminds me of something that would've been popular in the early to mid 90's. The heavier parts are infectious really, in a way that makes me wish some elements of it would continue in the other parts... but what do I know about this kind of music!? Quite an enjoyable listen!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey thanks man, yeah I really had fun working through some of the suggestions and finding out just how much this Looper crew knows their stuff. It really made a difference at improving the track from the initial upload version. Im also pretty stoked at all the favorable response to the heavy section. Im gearing up to lay some even heavier stuff on everybody so this was a bit of the testing of the water.

    Thanks for your review Spiv, I really appreciate it.

  7. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Fri 13th Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    Sounds great, love the transitions to the more metal parts that give it a bit of a aggressive touch. I see you have gone through quiet some processing before the track was done and I like how it turned out.
    The kind of jungle percussion is a fun touch in this track

    Great job Neomorpheus ;)

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Really great to see all the positive reation to this. I did make several modifications based on Forum feedback and found it to be pretty good advice.
    Glad you like it JP and thanks for commenting.

  8. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Wed 11th Jun 2014 - 8 years ago


    Particularly like the guitar work and the percussion on this track. Really nicely done. The "drumming" (what is it?) has a very human feel and the beat especially the pushed snare drum on the fourth beat gives it some real energy. For me the only addition might be some fills to punctuate the section changes but hey, it sounds great. Super track.


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    The initial drum track I chose was a loop made by Jim Dooley (dooleydrums.com) which I spliced up and did some rearrangement on. Then having recently purchased EZ Drummer, I created another track with some additional rudiments, may be that snare your referring to and some double bass drum kicks etc..
    Thanks for the comments Rich !

  9. Evisma
    Evisma on Sun 8th Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    "Nice track, bro"

    Oh that StaticNomad, funny how he helps make a track better.

    You are getting a guitar crunch that I envy so very much here. The guitar that comes in at 3:04 MUST CONTINUE! This track deserves another minute of that ending guitar tone doing some simple, yet tasty Gilmour-esque soaring beauty.

    Would love to hear more movement from the bass in the lighter areas. That's it. That's all I can muster in the complaint compartment.

    Overall, the light stuff was the right kind of light, and the heavy was the right kind of heavy. Enjoyed.


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey bro.

    Yeah that Static, he's a character and I love to jack with him. But he knows his shit and I seriously dig the dude.

    This is one of those tracks that after ump-teen edits you just have to get away from for a while. I actually have a part of this track that I discarded early on that I may invest a little time on and throw on up here for the hell of it.

    It really is a turning point track for me though.
    I'm planning to go deeper into the heavier style of music and already have some very cool things in the works.

    Thanks for the listen and comment.

    Stay tuned...

  10. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Tue 3rd Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    Brilliant track!
    We go from daft-punkish atmospheres (the main riff) to Sepultur-ish riffs and percussions (~1:20), to almost epic-metal guitars towards the end.
    Everything flows so fluent and quick.
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Way cool of you to break it down in those terms Dom. I'm really humbled and severely jazzed by those associations even in (very) loose comparison.
    This was a bit of a challenge because all of the few samples that I chose were all at different rates and keys. I also did a healthy amount of slicing and restructuring. I programmed the sub bass and one of the two drum tracks which are layered and also required hours of manipulation to get timing and rudimentaion correct. I also had a bit of a rigrous time with the cymblals, but thanks to some coaching here in the response thread it ended up pretty decent.
    Thanks for your comment bro, it really serves well in motivating me to to push onward and upward.

  11. JustKent
    JustKent on Tue 3rd Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    great work!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks for weighing in MoneyKee, I really appreciate it.

  12. Joyce
    Joyce on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 8 years ago

    This is a kind of rock I haven't heard before, I like it!
    All the different kinds of guitar uses makes it a unique piece.
    I would've liked it if I heard the guitar more often which you used at 0:55.
    Well done :)

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey thanks Onorawr.
    This track really went through a lot of changes before I decided on the final combinations that comprise the final mix. Most times I have a pretty good idea of what I want in my head and then set about making it a reality. This one evolved as I went.
    I originally set out to do more af an ambient thing and just couldnt bring myself to complete it simply because it was too esoteric for my taste. I decided to take a chance on this and then gage the reaction. Im really pretty stoked about everyones response.
    I really appreciate your comments.

  13. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sat 31st May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Excellent rock track...no need to say more, just thumbs up!!


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks so much, I really appreciate it.

  14. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sun 25th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Nice! Definitely some big improvements. When I heard that guitar starting to roll in at 2:23, I just thought, Niiiiiiiiiicccee! They say, "Less is more." Well, those people weren't metal fans!
    One of the reasons I came to the Looperman was for the gold mine of knowledge and advice. One of the reasons I stayed was because of the vast amounts creativity and a total lack of fear of crossing genre boundaries. It seems like the only people who get that it's okay to mix it up are the looperfolks.
    Again, good work on the revisions. I'm looking forward to see where you go from here!
    Take care.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Im definitely a big fan of the cross-genre stuff myself. It is a rarity among the professional artists and big record labels for obvious reasons. We're not risking millions on target markets. The hell with making money, were in it for the artistic freedom here at Looperman (haha)!

    Yeah ive been wanting to dabble with a little hard rock or metal here for a while but have been a little reluctant. Its either out of total respect or fear of doing something really lame (mainly the latter). Now that ive gotten this out of the way without getting too flamed, ive got a few ideas I might try.

    Again thanks for your input on this and I hope your working hard on your next track man. Its been a while since ive had my last electro-stoner fix.

  15. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 25th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Bravo, I hear the changes and love the overall dynamics...still that cymbal crash.....but it's a great tune and a catchy melody Idea.
    good Work

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Its amazing how may times you listen to your tracks before posting and fail to pick up on obvious flaws. I'm definitely bad at that. But thankfully I have you guys to set me straight. And I took a lot of straightening on this one (haha)! But its was all true and I thank everyone for their input. Yeah Steve, I just now got around to adjusting the levels and tweeking the eq some on that crash cymbal.
    Thanks man. I think its better.

  16. AnalogDisc
    AnalogDisc on Sat 24th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    The chilling part in this whould be a great sample for a funky house track! This one sound well for me as a track, technically loopers mentioned earlyer, but a nice track anyway! Cheers!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah the intent here was to create this nice light rock melody that has a totally bad side with the metal sections.
    A sort of musical yin and yang if you will.

    Thanks for the comment bro.

  17. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 22nd May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Love the vocoding,(not enough..as I want to hear it as a part of the melody) love the contrast in styles. I agree with the consensus that it's 3 songs in one. Im not a fan of the cymbal crash..too harsh, can you soften that a bit? The main melody though is hellah-catchy. so you have a great base to work with. I love metal just as much as I love synth and eletcronic music. Keep at this one it has some great potential.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey Steve, yeah the vocoder here is part of a loop. Not really much to work with. I bought a mic recently and have plans to do some of my own vocoder stuff as soon as time permits. I really dig the stuff you've done which was the inspiration for including some here in fact. Yeah I see what you mean regarding the cymbal. I will fix that.
    Thanks for the listen and the comments.

  18. yambini
    yambini on Wed 21st May 2014 - 8 years ago


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  19. locatednowhere
    locatednowhere on Sat 17th May 2014 - 8 years ago


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks bro !

  20. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 17th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Yo. I'm duty bound to comment again if mentioned in the track description, especially in terms of helping with improvements.

    "I got some inspiration listening to some percussion on one of your tracks, inparticular your use of bongos"

    Not sure which track that might have been as I don't really use bongos. But I do use djembes and tabla so maybe tracks such as Tribal Warfare, Fly Yes Land No or Zero Per Cent Proof.

    ""What would Static Nomad do"

    Yes, I try to ask myself that question from time to time. Helps keep things real for me.

    Anyway, you have now improved this. Bass intro before was a bit boring so main guitar sample now makes more sense. And you've still got the bass under it adding some tension so that all makes much more sense now.

    Vocoding is a good addition when it enters.

    0:56 guitar opens things up in a nice, widescreen, chilled kind of way and then the bongos are cool. Then building to the metal riffs is fun. Sticking that guitar over those chilled, groovy drums is really unusual so I must try to do more of something a bit like that.

    2:00-2:30 feels too much like just a repetition of what's come before so maybe something new needs to come in there. However, I do like the slow build and fadein of the metal guitar.

    Final little snippet of vocoded synth is a fun end.

    Good improvements but I feel there's more to come from this interesting merger of styles and elements.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks SN for your input on this. Its been quite a while since I've done anything in this genre. This was fun and in the end I decided to just clean it up, tweak some timing and add the Power chord riser to lead into the last segment and then close with the additional riff. A bit of a challenge especially getting levels down and avoid clipping. I'm off to the next track...

  21. Danke
    Danke on Wed 14th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Hahh...what an interesting piece...FreeRadical pointed out well, that this could be 3 numbers all alone...I like the middle metal part, but it's too short for my taste...you could bring it back minimum 1 time...very catchy and tasty guitar play right here and the 'balance' of the track is super moody...'chill' parts than the 'metal mayhem'...:-)

    Overall, it's so good but agree with Static, it's a bit unfinished...there is huge potential in it...

    All the best, Danke

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah Danke I figured I might hear from you on this. I was really expecting a bit of flaming on the mix here but damn, everyone seems to like it. Which is really cool and im in no way complaining. Guess im gonna have to pump a little more testosterone into this thing to please my peeps !!
    Thanks for the listen and the comments bro.

  22. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Wed 14th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    This is pretty mental. Starts off with a room shaking bass, then it goes kind of mellow followed by a really grungy guitar part.
    It's like three tracks rolled into one.
    Nice experimental piece of music and i like the vocoded finish.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Alright, somebody who appreciates the sub bass.
    Yeah three for the price of one, hows that for value (haha)!
    Steve got me jones'n on the vocoder - can you make out whats being said? I have no idea , its a loop !!

    Thanks for chiming in FR.

  23. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Wed 14th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    ...and by. "As minor as it is," I mean my complaint. Not your track.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    No prob V, im hip to any and all you got to give bro.

  24. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Wed 14th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Neo. What's happnin', man?
    This is a cool track. As in, cool breeze on a late spring day. It's comfortable and familiar, and you want to keep listening.
    Then, the heavy ass guitars drop down like a ton of bricks on a picnic. I loved it. That's right up my alley. Just when you think it's safe...CURB STOMP!
    All of the elements of this song were fused nicely. Even the heavy-ass guitars. But the only problem is, they were such a short duration that they seemed out of place. As a fan of metal and big guitar, I never advocate for getting rid of them. Which leaves us with the only other option. That's right. More cowbell. Er, uh.. I mean, more guitar.
    Seriously though, I was hoping to hear more once it returned from the breakdown.
    Other than that, as minor as it is, I thought it was a great track.

    Take care, man.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Have you ever had one of those tracks where you get a particular part that you really dig the hell out of but then cant get satisfied with anything else you come up with? This was one of those tracks for me. So I pretty much bounced around several different things and ended up ditching most of em. This thing went through some dramatic changes to end up here. The metal guitar was the last element created and almost didnt make the cut since it is such a "curb stomp" as you put it. I havent showed much of this type of stuff in anything ive posted here but im definitely a huge fan of metal. So theres a pretty good chance of me working more of it into future tracks. Here I was pretty much trying to be subtle and not overwhelm the otherwise ambient nature of the track. But it looks as though everyone would have liked to heard more of the heavy guitar, so I may give it some further editing and see if I can appease the fan base. Who knew there was so many head bangers in the house ?
    But I dig.
    Thanks for the comments V.

  25. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 14th May 2014 - 8 years ago

    Yo. You already know there are some bits in this designed to appeal to people like me.

    First important point is that the main guitar sample is nearly identical to one of the major parts in Daft Punk's Get Lucky, a song I find quite cheesy and annoying.

    But I like that little sample here.

    0:32 beat kick in and it's a good one though maybe the kick is a little too busy. Then you've got some vocoding going on.

    1:43 entry of the metal riffs is cool. Crazy juxtaposition and kind of thing I might have done. I didn't but you did. With the latin type of bongo beat behind it you have an unusual mixture. That section's too short!

    I must say that the bass intro doesn't do much more for me and I find it a bit boring. Just go with the guitar sample as intro.

    Overall, there's some cool stuff going on but it still feels a little unfinished and as though it needs to get bigger and better in places.

    And extend the metal part!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Haha, yes I actually have you and Steve (crucethus) to thank for this one bro. As mentioned I was ready to trash this track after several frustrated attempts. Then I got some inspiration listening to some percussion on one of your tracks, inparticular your use of bongos. So after developing the two drum tracks I had some foundation to support two guitar tracks I had. I then languished a bit with a bass track that I was programming and by mistake changed the preset to sub bass and ended up liking it. I originally had the song intro with the guitar as you say but figured that it sounded too main stream normal and asked the question "What would Static Nomad do" ?
    Anyhow I had also been wanting to try some vocoding after listening to a few excellant examples provided by Steve in his latest tracks. Im not suprised you embraced the metal guitar but wondered how well the concensus would be on its use here. It's quite a contast, but im into that sort of thing you guys should well know by now. Again I intended to close the song by bringing it back but thought it might be a bit over the top and decided to maintain the more melodic nature of the song and only include the brief moments of it. As it turns out most of the reviews here seems to like it ! Go figure.
    Always appreciative of your comments man. I may delve back into this a bit more and try some of these suggestions.

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