Tags : | Deep House | 8.61 MB

Description : So I took just one pad phrase that Alex wrote and built this monstrosity entirely around it. A gentle deep house ambient sentiment with soft jazzy pianos and deep and dirty bass withs lots and lots of percussion. I really like this one And I hope you do too!

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  1. fargaveron
    fargaveron on Sun 5th May 2019 - 2 months ago

    fghgff

  2. iamrobertoconnor
    iamrobertoconnor on Wed 7th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    This is right up my street - sounds a lot like something you'd hear in a boutique hotel bar. Especially like the piano and the warped sounds.

  3. angler234
    angler234 on Thu 8th Feb 2018 - 1 year ago

    great track,real good sound,not to mention im a sucker for house tracks with piano in them ...great stuff.

  4. ambit12345
    ambit12345 on Fri 3rd Nov 2017 - 1 year ago

    nice intro

  5. AliD420
    AliD420 on Wed 28th Jun 2017 - 2 years ago

    good beAT

  6. AbAlawi
    AbAlawi on Mon 27th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    so coooooool

  7. LASTDAYSVISIONARIES
    LASTDAYSVISIONARIES on Tue 20th Sep 2016 - 2 years ago

    Nice !

  8. nimahesari
    nimahesari on Tue 28th Jun 2016 - 3 years ago

    Untouchable!

  9. kevinmarsh
    kevinmarsh on Tue 21st Jun 2016 - 3 years ago

    Cool track.

  10. wchi1981
    wchi1981 on Tue 24th May 2016 - 3 years ago

    nice sound

  11. Hanisdgh8
    Hanisdgh8 on Mon 23rd May 2016 - 3 years ago
  12. geoffvt
    geoffvt on Mon 16th May 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hi Nice track I like the 'house beat" and the flow well done ....

  13. greennbastardd
    greennbastardd on Mon 9th May 2016 - 3 years ago

    thanks

  14. edenny74
    edenny74 on Tue 19th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Thanks
    This is a perfect awake up with a cup of coffee.
    Thanks again,
    EWD

  15. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 13th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Regreetings, Cruella.

    I'm surprised neither of us came up with that name for you before. Seems so obvious now.

    Rustic Nutbath is also really good. Sounds like a little wash you might give your balls out in the Canadian wilderness, inbetween trapping animals and general rugged survivalism.

    " the KorgMS2000 and it's lovely arpeggiator"

    I think you may be the world's biggest fan of that synth. You'll probably be playing it till you die. Perhaps as you're on deathbed, knocking out a wah porn solo as you croak.

    "I added no reverse cymbals or cymbal crashes directly to this piece. Not a one. It felt good."

    Excellent. I like to think I have helped a little with your recovery from your reverse cymbal addiction. It's something that's ruined many people's lives.

    "You have ears of steel superman, as I can barely hear that"

    I certainly don't and I think those pops are really big and obvious.

    Why have you got old man ears? I didn't think you were an old man. Do you have old man balls?

    "restraint in the correct rhythmic places"

    I couldn't agree more and I have lots to say about about getting good grooves working nicely. Quite often it's a case of adding too much stuff and then carefully sculpting and removing anything and everything that interferes with that groove. Then you realise that you can make great use of those "interfering additions" eg by using them as short, intense fills. You can screw the groove up a bit when you're adding emphasis and making things more intense.

    "keep it changing (subtly)"

    Yes, you just need to get a good load of elements working well together, as you've done here, and then keep varying how they're presented. So, squeezing as much as you can out of the material, which is something I try to do all the time.

    "return to the beginning at the end"

    I often feel like I want to do that with every track but have to resist so that albums of mine aren't too predictable. But, yes, the book-ending style of returning to where you started feels natural, like returning home. But it's also fun to add in other, crazy, unexpected twists.

    Congrats again on one of your best dance and jazz tracks.

    Erratic Donut.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Neurotic Wingnut!

    " the KorgMS2000 and it's lovely arpeggiator"

    I think you may be the world's biggest fan of that synth. You'll probably be playing it till you die. Perhaps as you're on deathbed, knocking out a wah porn solo as you croak. "

    Maybe?, as I have made my will a few years ago. One of the stipulations I have is that if I go before my parents, my ashes are to be spread over my parent's living room. So my Mother could clean up after me one more time........

    But the Korg MS2000 is the digital equivalent of the MS20, which is almost as important as the Minimoog. So yes, bury me with it, or burn me with it. I don't really care, when you're dead you don't actually have much a say in what happens to your cold dead torso.

    "Why have you got old man ears? I didn't think you were an old man. Do you have old man balls? "

    I have old man ears due to a transplant gone horribly awry trying to help poor Paul Stanleyof KISS and his microtia; , how ever I have shiny christmas like balls due to my close proximity to Santa! And my affinity of painting my balls in a shiny silver like colour every year just before St. Swithins day. ;-)

    "Yes, you just need to get a good load of elements working well together, as you've done here, and then keep varying how they're presented. So, squeezing as much as you can out of the material, which is something I try to do all the time."

    I was squeezing hard here mate, I was making diamonds from those squeezes.

    The last few weeks I have been listening to a lot of Talk Talk which runs the gamut of awesome new wave to incredible experimental jazz and atonal. Some of the effects they used were way in your face and I realize that Mark Hollis and Tim-friese Greene were pioneering a sound unheard of at the time in popular music, but I still learn from those recordings.I mean they freaking created Post Rock. And the chord changes they made were a massive study in how to create an eighties pop tune and still hold credulity.

    I still have a few tunes in the can that are over the top and use a bit of everything or have those wild solos, but my future is going to be more about creating an album of restraint and taste and to move away from the experimentation (anything goes) phase and buckle down and make something musically that will last and appeal to a wider audience and yet still keep an edge. That is my challenge, and it requires some discipline, something that has been lacking occasionally in my song structures. But I also know I needed to go way on the other side to find the right balance.

    take care this evening my friend. you Spastic Cromag! ;-)
    Cruesweek

  16. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Mon 11th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    hi Steve

    Sounds great to me. I love what you did with those pads! It seems you added some extra depth and effects too which is also excellent. Jazzy middle section has very fine progressions, somehow much more complex that I could expect from any usual house tune. Some nice synths as well around 4.40 I like it a lot. Funky section towards the end is brilliant.

    Thanks again for inspiring me to make some another attempt in the genre.

    Alex

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Alex.

    I did add a few effects to the pads to deepen them and make them prominent in the back of the mix. The Jazz sections are simple and add in complexity as the mix carries on, but for me this is an exercise in percussion with soft minimalism.
    Im glad you enjoyed and I inspired.
    cheers
    Steve

  17. jamid
    jamid on Mon 11th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hello Steve.
    Wonderful track as usual mate.
    what one can say to the master of the industry???
    Well done.
    Jamid

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Jamid
    Thanks for stopping by.
    Master of the industry!!!
    That's like saying Kool Aid should have a vintage selection for your palate. (I'll have the red which has subtle tastes on the tongue of strawberry, cherry, black currant and failure)
    but it was a nice thought..;-)
    Cru

  18. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sun 10th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Greetings, Cruella de Vil.

    This is some nice shit, right from the off with those extensively mentioned pads.

    0:31 kick drum + shimmering, clangy, delayed parts that I really like. That's probably Promenade's loop.

    0:54 nice slow pads and then some fatter bass arrives. Real warm low end and there's some bass g too. Nice to hear the sound of its strings rumbling away.

    1:17 blippy, liquid, bubbly synth sound that I never use in my music. I'd like to.

    1:41 killer jazzy ride drum groove. Busy snares real cool too. Nice layering of drums. Bass is also awesome.

    Then some fun, slightly triumphant brass parts.

    Then piano sounding a bit discordant so not quite my kind of thing but certainly very jazzy.

    3:37 back to dance fatness, with a new, insistent, scrapey, snarey element banging away. Maybe like a snare drum with a slow attack effect on it played with brushes.

    4:22 funky, blippy synth is good on the top end.

    4:39 cool, psychedelic lead synth with lots of movement merging nicely with everything else. Bass hasn't got boring yet. I'm not sure it ever does.

    6:56 onwards there is a problem with an audio pop on the slow attack bassline at the end of each measure till the end. Maybe crossfade between the samples to get rid of that?

    This is actually very 'FutureSoundOfJazz'. I've heard lots of that sort of stuff and it fits nicely in and is very well produced (apart from the audio pops at the end) so could easily be on a commercial release like that. Deeply chilled and uptempo and really quite sophisticated.

    Congrats.

    Static JazzMad

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hola El Statico Nomadico

    Welcome to the deeep House.

    "0:31 kick drum + shimmering, clangy, delayed parts that I really like. That's probably Promenade's loop."
    Nope, his loop is a soft subtle sound that underbellies the whole track. That jangly guitar pad was a royalty
    free pad from a Future Music Mag disk back in 2000.

    "0:54 nice slow pads and then some fatter bass arrives. Real warm low end and there's some bass g too. Nice to hear the sound of its strings rumbling away." I love that bass detuned down to G to sound even gruffer.

    "1:17 blippy, liquid, bubbly synth sound that I never use in my music. I'd like to. "

    "You'll be happy to know that it was me and the KorgMS2000 and it's lovely arpeggiator.

    "3:37 back to dance fatness, with a new, insistent, scrapey, snarey element banging away. Maybe like a snare drum with a slow attack effect on it played with brushes.
    "
    I had a tremendous amount of fun planning out the percussion for this piece. Fun Fact, I added no reverse cymbals or cymbal crashes directly to this piece. Not a one. It felt good.

    "4:39 cool, psychedelic lead synth with lots of movement merging nicely with everything else. Bass hasn't got boring yet. I'm not sure it ever does."

    That solo was played by myself on the Korg Microkorg with some knob twiddling as I made it. Originally made for another song ,looped and added as an afterthought as it worked.

    "6:56 onwards there is a problem with an audio pop on the slow attack bassline at the end of each measure till the end. Maybe crossfade between the samples to get rid of that? "

    You have ears of steel superman, as I can barely hear that (and only when you pointed it out) on my car speakers and studio speakers with my old man ears, but you are right it is ever so slightly there.

    "Deeply chilled and uptempo and really quite sophisticated. "

    People don't realize how hard it can be to do a minimalist piece. And I think what I have learned about doing that is restraint in the correct rhythmic places. Complex percussion that unfolds as a natural progression and doesn't overwhelm the mix. Simple piano lines and arpeggios that hint at melody. Try not to get to far off track (as I love to do) with the essence of the song. keep it changing (subtly) but true to it's core and return to the beginning at the end.

    It was a fun track to make.
    PS, Cruella de vil (thats a clever one)
    Well Thanks for listening and commenting Rustic Nutbath. Always a pleasure.

    Crutopia

  19. joecramer
    joecramer on Sun 10th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hello Steve

    Whenever I read something from you about, the way as thou doing music, then i see how uneducated i am.
    Your answer to Greg is really totally wild. I really love that :)
    Same i can say over this track - i love it.
    The bass is fantastic! It sounds so good on speakers and headphone. Very nice mastering.
    This track is a kind of easy listening without getting bored at all for me (and that is very rare in my case at easy listening)
    What else can i say?
    You done all like always :) just great.
    Nice sounds, nice mixing, nice mastering, cool groove stuff with a cool dynamic and gentle little melodies.
    Very enjoyable.
    And the best is really that you done all with knowing what you do :)

    stay tuned
    joe

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Guten Abend

    I'm glad you liked the track, and the detailed explanation to Greg. And sometimes I do know what I'm doing, and sometimes not so much.
    uneducated..you ...no, your education is different though, and I appreciate that..and learning from you my friend.

    Servus!

  20. Billydragon1
    Billydragon1 on Sun 10th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    You're right it's definitely Jazzy.
    A good tune to just sit down and relax to on a Friday afternoon after a hard weeks work, and of course with your favourite glass of lubrication! :)

    Blessings Cru - B.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Billy.

    How about a "Singapore Sling" as the lubrication.

  21. Modnex
    Modnex on Sun 10th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hey Steve,

    This is a great deep house track you have here. I love the beginning with those lovely pads, then how you brought the drums and those toms in. That was definitely enjoyable. I would say this track gives off a trance/hypnotic vibe as well as a whole load of feelings. The bass, kind of gave me a circus feeling, but I loved it. The piano, gave off an emotional vibe and the drums had a dance vibe. It's always great when a track can give you so many different feelings at once.

    All in all, great work. Faving this one!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey thank you Modnex, I'm glad you enjoyed this one. I just wanted to make a simple deep house tune like I used to hear in New York back in the day and it morphed into this.
    Peace
    Cru

  22. PeteTebar
    PeteTebar on Sun 10th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Man I'm a sucker for pads, and these pads on here are majestic. What a fabulous array of beats, bass lines, pads...just so much to mention. A lot going on here, a delightful listening experience. A very well thought out piece. Congratulations on another fabulous job :)

    Pete

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Aye Pete!. I was working with Alex on a tune of his and he sent me all these stems that were not labeled. So I made a remix of Alex's tune.
    http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/175338
    Then I was sorting through the sounds again and found Track 16(e) a beautiful pad Which I enhanced with some reverb and chorus Which I had used in a different way at the end of the remix.
    I then Built an entire deep house tune around that one pad. I added some more pads (guitar pads) from my collection as well as some sounds I had recorded from the Korg Microkorg and used a Killer bass line. I also planned an intricate array of percussion for this one and I was really happy with the end results. Thank You for acknowledging this work.
    It's always a pleasure when you stop bye my friend
    Steve

  23. sudheerg
    sudheerg on Sat 9th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Love this music!

  24. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Fri 8th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    I love that intro. It's so soft and sweet I could spread it on my toast. The pads are excellent and the beats are varied enough to keep the listener engaged. The variety of sounds and textures are captivating throughout as well. Top score on all points.

    TA

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    "I love that intro. It's so soft and sweet I could spread it on my toast"

    Yes I just invented Dancetella...so much better than nutella. I'm glad u enjoyed this one!
    thanks for your comments
    Cru

  25. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Thu 7th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    cool song!
    pro-mix (as usual with your productions) and good choice of the sounds.
    definitely a good candidate for one of the FutureSoundOfJazz samplers (are they still releasing them?)
    Ciao, Domenico

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Not since 2012 I'm afraid Mr Wolf. Started in 1996 and 12 albums later it ended.
    Thanks for the props.
    Ciao
    Steve

  26. danke
    danke on Wed 6th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Well done Steve! :-)

    Versatility is incredible in your musical platform...in this time I participated into an electro/house/trance course just because learning stg from that world and this could be an exhibition track in every standard...magical work...

    Handshake, Danke

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Danke.

    It took me a long long time to get to the point that I could do a track like this. I would say 15 years of practice just to understand the minimalism concepts and correct balancing of sound. So I was as elated as you are in this wonderful comment after completing it. I just needed a Muse.
    Steve

  27. salem10
    salem10 on Wed 6th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    will done brother

  28. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Wed 6th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Blimey, Steve...you're doing lots of magic recently!:) You seem to be in an incredible musical shape ! This is super cool and so tasty....you're like a good cook, mixing stuff together for a delicious meal never eaten before...:)

    Hat's off to you and all involved______Orlando

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Orlando.
    you know I am a good cook in real life as well. Tonight A marinated Bavette with duck fat potatoes and asparagus, served with a syrah.
    Here is an Ambient version of this track for comparison.
    http://www.soundclick.com/player/single_player.cfm?songid=13352634&q=hi
    Music has been very very good to me lately! ;-)
    Ciao
    Steve

  29. patron1
    patron1 on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    awesome!!

  30. Dennel
    Dennel on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    WOW! This is an amazing track! All the elements come together quite nicely. I like where the first transition kicks in around 2:10 and it just keeps getting better. I usually don't like tracks that go over five or six minutes,
    because in some cases the artist has nothing to say.

    However this was over seven minutes of pure enjoyment; very well done and it's a track I could listen often.
    Thanks for posting this.

    All The Best

    d

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks D
    I get bored easily so my songs have to have change in them to hopefully keep u interested but also to keep myself interested.
    I'm glad U enjoyed it.
    Cru

  31. digga981
    digga981 on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Love this vibes! It´s great how the different parts are glued together. I´m kind of new to the whole looperman community even though I had this account quite a while ago. But you really make me want to explore more tracks on this site.
    Best Wishes, YST

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey digga, I'm glad you stopped bye and commented. This site can be awesome for learning.

    I have a Drums and Bass only version of this song for comparison.
    http://www.soundclick.com/player/single_player.cfm?songid=13352637&q=hi
    Thanks
    Cru

  32. DJSLTUK
    DJSLTUK on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Just played this song at work on a 5000 watt system including 2000 watt subs...and I gotta tell yer....its F&*king awesome...the pads sound so nice and warm and the piano almost seems like someones playing right there onstage.

    You should be happy with this tune Steve...its great!

    Hope you get a chance to hear your music the same way.

    Again Welldone,

    Simon

    I do have I new track up...you might have already listened to it (forget whos been there) ... I tested that on the same system....whoa!!!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    That's amazing Simon, I wish I was there to hear it, i'll have to bugger on down to a club in ottawa and poke a DJ to play it. I was playing it really low as background music tonight and the wife came in and said, who's that, and I said that's me. She looked at me and said really huh, it's good I like that. lol

    take care
    cheers
    Steve

  33. OViea91
    OViea91 on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    I agree with, GregVincey. The jazz piano adds a nice touch to the piece. It provides higher frequency melodies to the instrumental and makes it feel whole. Nice work.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks you, balancing the frequencies and tone of the instruments is important to me in my mixes.
    Cru

  34. GregVincey
    GregVincey on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Yo my man, i like the jazzy part at 2:05 and through out the track :)

    Am curious, how do you work around your percussion? Do you just throw stuff in there and see what it sounds like?

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh my dear Greg with his obtuse questions again.
    Let me educate yah on my methodology of percussion.
    First you need an anchor kick that you can build everything else up from in the center track. Using Mathematics, tone disbursement and spatial panning and mixing from a 3d perspective is the first steps I choose. Then I start bringing in the high hats the snares the congas the rims, the effects, the toms.
    In the case of this track and the last track which I remixed alex (promenade2299), I could hear the sounds I wanted in my head before I did the remix (and I actually stated that to alex before) and then went through my loop collection to get them organized for the mix while incorporating his very ecelectic perc loops he gave me for the mix. Some drum loops have a cool percussion vibe but I don't need the kick, so I high pass filter it out. Some loops I add reverb for the spatial effect of hearing it more in the background. Making music for as long as I have allows me to also make instant judgements on what perc loop will work and what doesn't and again it all comes down to simple math sometimes. The Best house artists have this ability to drive a minimalist song forward with fantastic percussion changes throughout the track. I love when Danny Tenaglia does his deep house mixes for small crowds because you hear this element profoundly throughout his set.
    I like the jazzy part as well.
    I hope this answers your question.
    Cru

  35. monsterage
    monsterage on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Yess!! Crucethus you did it again :D
    would love to hear this beast in nightclubs!!

    great stuff.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Yeah I want to hear this one on a soundsystem!!!
    Thanks
    Cru

  36. DFletcher
    DFletcher on Mon 4th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Very interesting work. Catchy atmosphere... Good job.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks!

  37. DJSLTUK
    DJSLTUK on Mon 4th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    Forgot to mention,

    I will download this for my daily car - work grind...perfect way to wakeup.

    Cheers,

    Simon

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    or to unwind.
    cheers
    Steve

  38. DJSLTUK
    DJSLTUK on Mon 4th Apr 2016 - 3 years ago

    This is a very nice laid back Deep House tune my friend...very nice and love the rides/cymbals being used.

    I've got some new Deep House tunes coming soon and this really is giving me some extra ideas.

    Nice pads and piano's the phase in hang around and then go for a walk.

    Perfect background DH for the bars and clubs and resturants that like having uptempo grooves like this.

    Welldone and I hope one day to mix alongside you.

    Best Wishes,

    Simon

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Simon. I agree this is music for trendy bars and intimate clubs. I can't wait to hear your new work.
    thanks
    Steve

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