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Description : This music was inspired by a composition 'Random Acts of human Kindness' by StaticNomad. Vocals by Oceanically

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  1. clindsay
    clindsay on Mon 27th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    Nice - I hear shades of 'Return to Forever' here - very clean and well produced. Many kudos.

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Mon 20th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    Another tasty jam on the keys you've done here! Your playing always brings a smile to my face, and ears if that makes sense. I didn't pay as much attention as I should have, as I'm way over-heated right now. Great tone on the keys, and the rhythm worked great. I'm gathering a few short ideas to send you for things we could develop together, and I will try to send the message soon. Great song!

    Reply by promenade2239

    thank you for the reply and for listening to this one and commenting!

    I am really happy you liked this little inprovisation. No bebop stuff and jazz lines but my own way of playing haha. I must say I make piano quite different nowadays recording everything directly from Casio digital piano or Roland synth (it has nice 'tones for Rhodes') This one was recorded using MrRay plugin but at a time there was also an annoying midi latency issue going on that pissed me off a lot. Now I am free - no plugins for keys! haha

    As for our conversation: please give me some more time to respond first to your last one, ok? It is too much and I have a feeling that I might ignore some important points.

    I think if you simply send me some 'beats' or basslines or anything that has a 'groove' in it I could try to improvise along on the keys. That would be a great start.

    Thanks a lot again and I will write you soon!

    All the best to you, Alex

  3. DrvanLansberg
    DrvanLansberg on Tue 6th Jan 2015 - 6 years ago

    Hi Alex,

    Sorry man, I didn't mean to say that anything was actually missing in this song :-). While listening, I just heard a trumpet in my head doing a few stretched notes. Same goes for the female vocal. Maybe "jazzy" isn't the correct word, maybe "smoky" covers it better ;-).

    But as it is, it is of course a great track. There is a reason I faved it.

    Best, Doc

    Reply by promenade2239

    thanks again. the idea of adding some more elements to this song is nice. I think there's much space for it but actually I am too busy at the moment with other things than revisiting or editing my older tracks. These last months since joining this site was an extremely creative time for me. I didn't expect that music like this will come up anyway but I think I will give the looperman a rest for some time.

    Here are my last chillout productions:
    'Orbit Retro Trancer' and 'Zen Motion'.

    Actually I do not make so called 'stylistic music', more let us say 'experimental'. The tracks are definitely worth listening. I think this is very close to your style. You might check them out if you have some time and simply want to.

    For sure we can create some really good music together in the near future - I will write you a message. I think we have something in common regarding to the music and listening preferences. I am simply open-minded to any eventual collaboration with you.

    Thank you again for some nice thoughts and I am happy you enjoyed this song. Best, Alex

  4. doudei
    doudei on Tue 6th Jan 2015 - 6 years ago

    hey alex, that's a delightfully smooth tune. love the way you're operating the rhodes and the percussions are very pertinent to the vibe.
    also i think the point DrvanLansberg12 was making about a muted brass solo is really excellent and should be given a whirl. same about the female jazzy vocals, although those might be a bit harder to do on your own :D
    great work my friend!

    Reply by promenade2239

    hi. thanks a lot! I am trying currently to get even more into a bepop and overall down-to-earth jazz improvised stuff. there's so much other things to care about for at the moment but I will try to produce more music like this soon anyway.
    I can't make this one sound better.
    thanks again doudei for some thoughts and inspiration. best, alex

  5. DrvanLansberg
    DrvanLansberg on Mon 5th Jan 2015 - 6 years ago

    Yeah! This is amazing. I love the vibe of this beautiful peace. It's subtile and powerful at the same time. During listening, I realized that this track is missing two items:

    - a mellow muted trumpet playing along
    - a Jazzy female vocalist that does a few verses, like a real song

    If you somehow would be able to have these two added, it would be perfect!

    And of course I love the Rhodes :-).

    Reply by promenade2239

    hi. thank you for such a nice comment.

    actually I am in love in whatever music I am listening currently (at the moment lol) so I do not really understand you point. basically I do not understand at all. nothing is missing there. I can't play jazz. there's no even II V I progression here lol. I played dorian mode throughout. maybe some trumpeter or female vocalist could provide a bebop stuff and interesting variations. for sure. and maybe some day I will be abe to play jazz also.

    I do not know what 'mixing' actually means - I am only trying to make some corresponding sounds. It is safe to say.

    thanks again for nice words. I appreciate that, alex

  6. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Fri 12th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    From the intro this is sounding really good. Nice chilled out jazzy vibes going on with some excellent rhodes keyboard.
    Digging the percussion and the atmosphere, it all gels together really well and the mix quality is superb as well. You can really play and it shines through in this piece.
    Very impressed with this indeed and i think it has to be my fav tune of the day.

    Reply by promenade2239

    hi again and sorry for late reply. I am really happy you enjoyed this song and it's so nice to read your comment.
    This track is almost entirely driven by my keyboard playing but Im still looking forward to develop more the jazz keyboard skills as Im actually a classically-trained player. Thanks again for your kind words - glad you liked the track! Best, Alex

  7. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Thu 11th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    Deep mellow chill vibes. I actually gotta a new track I'm working on incorporating some electric piano and chords. This one is pretty smooth, real chill nature to it. I'm in a chill mood but that's pretty much always after a long day's work. lol But naw, I've gotten some extra music work done and other stuff. Anyways, real grooving production bro. peace


    Reply by promenade2239

    hi GramoChopin, thanks for checking this one! Let me know when you eventually will release your new track with e piano - I will listen to it!
    Thanks for yout time and comments, Alex

  8. RampatheSwift
    RampatheSwift on Wed 10th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    Good vibes. Very peaceful to study (procrastinate) to =)

    Reply by promenade2239

    Thanks a lot for your time and nice comments. I appreciate it! Greetings, Alex

  9. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Tue 9th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    Outstanding keyboard improvisation Alex. This song is just about as chilled as it gets. Great pacing throughout. Loved the mix on it as well. There is a lot of great things going on in this one. One of the best songs I've heard this week.

    Stellar work Alex and a song worthy of being a favorite. Thanks for sharing it with all of us. I hope all is well.


    Reply by promenade2239

    hi Bear, sorry for a slow reply on this one. It's so nice to read your very kind comments - thanks a lot! Really glad you enjoyed my playing and the track - more music soon!
    Greetings, Alex

  10. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 7th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    Very pleasing funky stuff...congrats!:)


    Reply by promenade2239

    thanks for your time and glad you enjoyed,

  11. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sun 7th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    your improv is very natural and flowing. enjoyed it a lot. it's a pleasure to hear the subtleties of your percs and effects. beautiful work. all the best.

    Reply by promenade2239

    many thanks for a nice comment.

  12. InverSound
    InverSound on Sun 7th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    thats relaxing and funky bro keep up the good work!

    Reply by promenade2239

    thanks, glad you enjoyed the music. A.

  13. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 6th Sep 2014 - 6 years ago

    Well, I kind of have to comment if I am mentioned in the track description. This could be the first time I have inspired anyone to compose a piece of music (that I know about).

    I didn't think it would sound like my track though I thought maybe there would be shuffle groove led by ride cymbal.

    You've chosen a different type of groove but I was sure the track would be very chilled out, just like mine.

    0:24 female vocal really catches my attention. Also the snare on 0:30. That extra drum groove fades in nicely. Is that the EZ Drummer Funk kit? Also some good hand percussion and you keyboard playing is keeping everything together but just wandering around as things behind change . So, it's kind of the anchor to the track.

    I find I'm listening more to all the other elements and not so much your lead keyboard jamming.

    1:57 wah guitar is cool. Just another little background element.

    Pretty creative, deep chill stuff that would be great for a late night club. Maybe one by the ocean as this has a good, spacious feel so you can get lost in it relaxing , deep chill mood.


    Reply by promenade2239

    I must say I simply wanted to make something like a cover of your 'RAofHK' song but realised it will be very hard to do in a short time. Definitely that was shuffle groove I was inspired by and also fantastic bassline in there. The original song is absolutely unique...
    I keep the same tempo, tonality, chords (with some 'bridge' added) and also some drums (good point - bass drum and snare on 0:30 made with ezdrummer indeed!). So finally the song goes quite far away from the original...
    Many thanks for listening closely and your comment - much appreciated.

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