Tags : | Electronic | 12.10 MB

Description : Finally, after over 2 years, I am submitting a new track to Looperman again. For this track I have used several loops and acapella's from this beautiful site. Thanks to:
- Steelyvibe
- Polimar
- Nightingale
And a special shout out to Franco Quadroni (aka ferryterry) for playing some licks especially for this track. All much appreciated guys!

Steelyvibe's vocals gave it a special feel. I love these processed voices.

Let me know your thoughts and ideas for improvement.

Thanks!

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  1. Indieground
    Indieground on Fri 6th Apr 2018 - 1 year ago

    Hi

    Just listened your track from A to Z and there is something in it i must say very efficient. I alos check "foever and ever" and downloaded both to broadcast them in my next radio show called "Indieground sound system" check here

    www.facebook.com/indiegroundinfo

    A weekly musical radio show broadcast on 6 locals radios here in France. If you got more info about your work (bio etc) mail me at indieground75 [@] gmail.com

    Cheers

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Hi Indieground,

    Thanks for the recognition. Feel free to playt them. As for a bio, my profile shows all information I want to show right now.

    Cheers, Doc

  2. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Wed 4th Apr 2018 - 1 year ago

    This is awesome. It has a very clean, relaxed vibe. It starts of like a 90's club tune then has little chill out sections in between. This was a lot of fun to listen to. Thanks for sharing.

    TA

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Thanks for listening and your comment TA!

  3. MGproduct
    MGproduct on Wed 4th Apr 2018 - 1 year ago

    Style ... your music has personality ... difference ;)

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Well thank you sir :). Much appreciated. I think it's mostly the vocals that give it this specific quality though.

  4. Discipline
    Discipline on Sun 1st Apr 2018 - 1 year ago

    A really well thought out track – The changes in mood and the instrumentation all work together superbly.
    Excellently arranged and the engineering sounds great. This sounds like a commercially viable track to me. I can imagine this being a clubland hit. The only section I’m not sure about is the start of the reprise for the outro at 4:39, but I can also see why you have re-visited the main theme. Either way, I think it’s a really great track. Superb.

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    That's a great review. Thanks for that. But I have to be honest here. I hardly ever think out a track before I start creating it. I simply usually simply start with one track, bass in this case. Then I play a simple line or sequence with that and find other sounds that sound well together in the context of the first track. From that a loop emerges and with that loop I start playing around, adding to it or eliminating parts. So basically it evolves naturally instead being thouhgt out. I always have the greates respect for producers that hear a track in their minds and are able to translate it into a track in their DAW. I couldn't do that.

    The reason why I started the reprise the way I did, is to simply make the circle round. I like creating littler stories with a beginning and an end, like a little trip to somewhere. Never thought of any alternative to do this in this track. You got me thinking though. Today I have a day off and I'll try to play around with that reprise and see what happens.

    Thanks for inspiring me!

  5. Nous2
    Nous2 on Fri 30th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    Woooow ! It's 8 in the morning here and I dance !!
    I love the groove. The voice is really good, and the transition too !

    it's really a good job!

    Musically !!

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Haha, dancing?? That's just wonderful :). Never heard anyone mentioning dancing in relation to any of my tracks. Cool! Now I can finally check that box :). I was quite happoy with the groove myself too. Finding the right balance to the sounds and the rhythms they play, is what I find a most interesting section of producing. And yes, the vocals I simply love, although it has been subject to disagreement.

    Thanks for listening Nous.

  6. Ludwigbroo
    Ludwigbroo on Thu 29th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    Very cool and intresting sounds. Top quality too. ´Nice work

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Thanks for listening Ludwig and your kind comment. Much appreciated.

  7. DJSLTUK
    DJSLTUK on Wed 28th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    Very nice crispy clear song, its got a Brand New Heavies/Massive Attack presence about it...very fresh.

    You remind alot of the legend Paul Hardcastle and his very unique positive vibe songs..superior quality as with some of your other works i've been lucky to hear on here before.

    Awesome groove Dr VL!

    Best Wishes,
    DJ-SLT-UK

    Putting This one in the car playlist...it deserves to be heard first thing in the morning..ty

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Wow, you mentioned three artists/bands that made a great impression on me late 80's, early 90's. So apparently I have been influenced by them :). And I take your comparison as a compliment for that reason.

    Part of the clarity is the result of Steelyvibe's processed acapella's. These simply complemented to the total feel. Big fan of steelyvibe.

    Anyway, thanks for listening and your comment dear SLT. Good to see you're still active here.

    Cheers, Doc

  8. Alien
    Alien on Tue 27th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    Very creative, nice sounds, the whole track is very clear. I like it.
    Great job there!

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Thanks for listening end your comment alien!

  9. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 27th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    Yo, Dr VL.

    This is some good shit.

    Cool bass intro. What a solid sound.

    Nice, delayed keys at 0:16, plus that groovy shaker. I don't actually likemthe processing on the vocal. Not terrible but I think it would sound better without.

    0:47 what a funky little lead. Nice chillout, progressive dance music now. Very well produced.

    1:51 I love that high, delayed lead. Kind of a liquid synth sound.

    And then some guitar in your breakdown. Nice space in the track when the vocals return. A good contrast with the busy previous sections. Good pause before 3:03 vocal return.

    There's a lot going on here so I may well return for more thoughts.

    Congrats on some good music well made.

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Yo Static!

    Good to see you here again dude :). And thanks of course for listening and your feedback. Much appreciated, as always.

    Since I finally found a way to have the Looperman site perform well for me, I will defintely visit, listen en comment a lot more than I have recently done. Hope to bump into you again soon.

    Cheers, Doc

  10. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Tue 27th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    interesting sound. i already knew this steelyvibe acapella, i used some in my tracks but for this one it was difficult to find a nice melody and you did it .

    good work!
    Bleep

    DrvanLansberg
    Reply by DrvanLansberg

    Thanks for listening Bleep. I hardly ever work my music around vocals. Usually I create a track and then try and find an acapella that fits it. And I was lucky enough to stumble into Steelyvibe's vocal (like I have before). Looperman is such a great source.

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