Tags : | Jazz | 9.92 MB
Description : It's a jazzy song that I made when I woke up early in the morning. I don't know what the genre is, but it has some trap, vaporwave/chillwave and jazz influences. Edit: Also! Thanks to miles200 for uploading his piano loop sample called "jazz it up piano only 2"

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  1. LAWALKER418
    LAWALKER418 on Thu 22nd Jun 2017 - 4 days ago
    I'm so happy not to be abreast of ll the technical aspects of this track. I enjoy it. Every bit of it.
  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 18th Feb 2017 - 4 months ago
    It seems apparent while listening that you are also a morning person, and I am happy to hear that in your music! I am really enjoying this audio journey! Pleasing and playful! When you replied - "I like convincing people and composing music is just a different way of convincing people." - You essentially spoke my mind for me. This is how I feel a lot of the time. Often, music and art seem to be the only legal methods of "convincing people." I am slightly envious of your position in The Netherlands, and I wish I could be there, if only for a short time. I fear that this life we know is fleeting, and I am craving experiences of new kinds. You have made an awesome song here, which speaks to me... and I thank you for the DL! Fave!
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune As you have already noticed, I am a new member of this community. Before I had no plays on for example Soundcloud. People actually listening to the music is amazing, so thank you for listening :)
    I also know that feeling, that craving for new experiences. The only way to satisfy that feeling is to actually do something new. For me, that was composing music. But talking to people about their experiences also helps, because in a way you experience the world vicariously. I have another song in this style that I already made. I will be uploading that as well. Normally, I make EDM. So I don't know if there will be a follow up in this style. Thanks for sharing your story, I'm glad I convinced you with my music ;)
  3. EricMilligan
    EricMilligan on Sat 18th Feb 2017 - 4 months ago
    Very interesting track, Allochtune! I like the jazzy feel. Nice beat in behind - ties in really well with the piano work. So, you need to tell us. What is it with lawyers in the Netherlands making electronic dance music? Law school must be really different. Over here in Canada, my view always was that law school was specifically designed to beat all the creativity out of you and crush any artistic sensibility that remained. Took me years to recover! :)
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune Thanks for listening! I'm glad you liked it! To be honest, it is a different kind of creativity, creativity with words. I like convincing people and composing music is just a different way of convincing people.
    Law school here probably is quite different, because we don't need to follow other non-legal courses in order to get a law degree. Therefore there isn't really a law school, just studying law at the university! (I assume it works the same in Canada as the US)
    At least passion for music is universal :)
  4. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 17th Feb 2017 - 4 months ago
    Hi.

    I've heard of vaporwave but have no real idea what it sounds like.

    Great piano loop and a chilled little beat.

    Then a cute little lead with some notable bends in it.

    I'd like the drums to be a bit more varied and perhaps build into something more powerful. I think that would make the track feel more powerful. And more interesting. Otherwise, it's good, positive, chilled music. With a hint of jazz from the timing of that piano loop.

    Congrats!
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune Thank you for your comment and for returning the favour! ;) It isn't really vaporwave, just vaporwave inspired. Real vaporwave is much slower, has more reverb and delay! If you google 'macintosh plus' you will find the most famous example.
    I agree with you about the drums! For me, it is the most difficult part to give the song that 'oompf'. Thanks a lot for your compliments! I haven't really reached an(y) audience yet, so I am surprised at all the positive reactions that I am getting!
  5. sqrtofneg1
    sqrtofneg1 on Thu 16th Feb 2017 - 4 months ago
    Wow.

    I think you've certainly captured the essence of 9am streets for sure.

    The piano loop is well incorporated throughout.

    The subtle pitchbend at times in the melody has great effect.

    Well done!
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune It's great to hear that someone likes my music :)
    First time uploading something in this community and I am pleasantly surprised by the amount of listeners and feedback!
  6. kingmadi
    kingmadi on Thu 16th Feb 2017 - 4 months ago
    Very interesting! It's definitely an entertaining work. Nice !
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune Thanks for the feedback! I will continue learning stuff, so, it will get better :)

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