Description : Awkwardly Social, Vocals and Lyrics by Don Bishop. All music by Marty Splawn. Guitars, Bass and Drums (drums are acoustic). Recording done on a Mac, with a Mackie 32x8 Mixing Board. Mic's, Sure SM57 & SM58's for instruments, along with some good Condenser Mic's for Vocals (can't remember the vocal mic brands).
Description : This is the completed song that I previously uploaded, which you can find here: looperman.com/tracks/detail/175666
Find the song on Spotify! open.spotify.com/album/3HxIoyIUkuRKMMc1u3egJ0?si=r6XR9hORRA-bhV7YliATSg
My older brother does lead vocals, I do all instrumentation and backup vocals, except for the solo guitar parts, which the oldest brother did. Recorded with Pro Tools 12 by yours truly. Comments welcome! LYRICS PROVIDED!
Description : Just electric guitar, bass guitar, Superior Drummer, and time. A little bit of everything. Feedback, critiques and indignant rage are most welcome.
Description : Just a simple instrumental rock track. All played with real instruments.
Description : Having fun singing one of my favorite songs of all time.
(When The Smoke Is Going Down) By The Scorpions
Thanks for taking the time to listen to it. =)
Description : Spanish title is El Sonido de las Olas; based on a beautiful acapella by AshesNDreams on this site (look it up, and give her some love please).
This track took me in a very different direction than what I usually do... but by Jove, I had fun. Muchas gracias!
27/4: accoustic guitar re-recorded, adjusted the mix a bit. Thanks everyone for the amazing comments!
Description : guitar pop/rock...vocs needed...thank you
Description : I wrote this song some time ago when I was living in Florida. It's even more true today.
Vocals by Arthur Granquist, guitar by the great Kevin Lysen, drums by Marc Karmatz, also the recording engineer.
The idea musically was to take some rock and some bluegrass elements, mash 'em up and see what happened.
Every day is a struggle to do better in a crazy world.
Description : This is my newest creation, at a stage very near to completion. No third-party mastering or mixing, as with all my tracks. Just have to fix a few tiny things. I FINALLY WAS ABLE TO MIX EVERYTHING IN THE SAME SESSION. This song has all human-played instruments - no quantization or MIDI! My brother does all the vocals except for the interlude part, which I do. My other brother plays the rhythm guitar (a Gibson Les Paul Custom - only one of 12 in the world!!) and I play the accompanying guitar (a Johnny Mar Jag and PRS). He has a lot of guitars :P A good friend of ours, Ronnie, plays the bass and another friend, Freddie, plays the drums. The drum track was done in one take (had to use an electric drum set due to time constraints - but acoustic kits are so much better). Overall, pretty satisfied with the result. Let me know your thoughts.
Description : Here's my first try on Patricia Edwards Acapella.
The vocals are bombastic !!!
Song still needs some mixing and drum repositioning
Description : This is the fourth track of my W.I.P. Vocaloid album called: Acerbus 3.
Many thanks to Ashesndreams for sharing these vocals!
Original from Ashesndreams: looperman.com/acapellas/detail/14428/cuentame-al-oido-lodvg-cover-130bpm-pop-acapella
Description : Almost punk like creation from the old days of The Kyudars Band! Re-recorded only recently in live fashion. All played with real instruments(me on bass guitar). Just don't bother the silly lyrics. ;))
Description : Instrumental song, let me know if you wanna listen to song with lyrics but there is russian vocals
Description : My transition track here.
Want to start integrating some guitar into my tracks.
Description : Here is a new rock track that I recently wrote. I sang and played all the instruments. Drums are from EZ Drummer, everything else was played live. If you like the track feel free to download it. Thanks Kyle!
Description : The first track I sing on. Cheap stage mic & no fancy plugins. Heavily guitar laden to the point it's got a bit of a shoegaze thing going on. I pulled the lyrics out of my ass & yes, they're a bit silly.