Description : Update 12.09.2016 - I widened the Metaled vocals a bit, reduced volume on the "machine" rap section at around 3:00, and also added some effect to make it less harsh. dropped a little the guitar so the drums are louder, and some other small stuff. Let me know if better now :D
This song started with me finding the vocals by Metaled, and thinking what can I do with it. Again, is it rap? Rock? Blues??? Please give me your thoughts on it, and also about the mix, always happy to get input. And if you just listened without commenting, that's cool too my friends. The track was made in the private band section at

OK, here are the credits ................... . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drums: My trusted mate Raymond (rp3drums).......bass-Ernie44o - great bassist I have the pleasure of collaburating by me. Vocals on this track are: --------------
Male vocals by metaled
Dreaded phone call by Stephanie Kay
"The number you have called" by Currybienchen
No mans land by Janis71
and "hey oh haa" also by Janis71.

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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 19th Nov 2017 - 1 year ago

    I'm not sure what it is for sure, but those vocals scared the cat!

    Not what I expected, so I suppose I can see where danke was coming from about the voice. Maybe it would blend more if the rest of it weren't so crisp and brittle high end, you know tamed a bit.

    It sure is a blend of styles in here! Confusingly original!

  2. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Tue 13th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Yeah Tee,
    way to stick with it. The Metaled vox is much improved.
    I think the widened approach works better and adds a distinctive element between the two vocal tracks.
    Very cool tune.

    Reply by TeeGee1965

    Hey man, thanks for listening again, much appreciated. With a little help from my friends.... :D

  3. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Sun 11th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hey Tee Gee.

    Very cool track here bro, sort of reminds me of some early Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust phase with Marc Bolan on guitar. I love the music but feel the vocals need some work, primarily the male voice (3:00 mark). You might try double tracking it and spreading it more to the sides to get it to more open areas. That effect on the voice is hard on the ears too. Trim the high levels a bit. Adding vocals to a track is a whole new ball game. Its why I dont do it (ha ha)! Very interesting track bro, I dig what your doing. Maybe just a little fine tuning is necessary.

    Reply by TeeGee1965

    Hey Neo, thanks for your comments, I read them carefully a few times and tried to adjust what you and the others mentioned. I never done such a track before, I usually move around rock, blues and a bit of rock-hop - so it was a first for me. Yes, vocals, that's a challenge, absolutely. So anyway, I tried some stuff, if you feel like it give it another listen, let me know what you think. Thanks again for your input, priceless!!

  4. topvega
    topvega on Sun 11th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Like the music but like Danke I am not a fan of the vocals and how they fit. JMO.


    Reply by TeeGee1965

    Hey, appreciate your honest opinion, I love that. Please see my reply to Danke, and maybe give it another go as I tried to improve the song going by the suggestions given here. TG :)

  5. Wobbin
    Wobbin on Sun 11th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago


    I am 'afraid' if I would go to the gym, while listening this, I will totally DEMOLISH the workout lol. Feeling like The Rock Johnson himself! Certainly the first time the guitar kicks in haha.

    I am not a rock lover by nature but Looperman feels a bit like open ground for me to check pretty much any genre regardless of my likings and I must say I enjoyed this one :)

    The only feedback I could actually think of is turning the drums volume up a tiny bit. For now either the drums felt to be left a bit behind, or the guitars are a bit dominant. I am not sure which one it is. Again, please remember that I hardly listen rock so its all down to what I can tell from my abilities here.

    Personally, its a bit repetitive in my perception for 5minutes long to be honest. Good to see that you respectfully address to the samples you used.

    Nice track, keep it up!
    - Wobbin

    Reply by TeeGee1965

    Hey Wobbin, thanks so much for listening and commenting, much appreciated. I will 100% check out the drums/guitar volume thing - as the guitarist I have a tendency to up the volume on my stuff :D I find volume mixing the hardest thing, so hard to get right...

    I get the same thing as you do with rock, listening to stuff I normally don't here on Looperman, like house or dance etc, but it's good sometimes to do so.

    So thanks again, and see you out there on the tracks :)

  6. danke
    danke on Sun 11th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Very extremist song...I'm a bit confused...the music is 10/10 but I don't feel metaled voice here...he's got some dark, gothic tone and it doesn't fit for the blues/rock's warm mood...others are perfect...


    handshake, Danke

    Reply by TeeGee1965

    LOl thanks for listening and commenting Danke. I am not really a Metal fan, but I thought I try it out. In any case, since I uploaded it I read a few comments and I have adjusted the song a little, maybe now it is a little better. But I appreciate your comments very much! Thanks, TG

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Male rap (this was in the original loop, the rest I don't really understand myself)
breathless im restless check this I wreck this eat bitches for breakfast
face it u wasted I smell it u taste it
u bring it I break it ................................................................
"The dreaded phone call":



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