Description : Here is a new rock track that I recently wrote. I sang and played all the instruments, mixed and mastered. Drums are from EZ Drummer, everything else was played live. If you like the track feel free to download it. Thanks Kyle!
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Description : This is the completed song that I previously uploaded, which you can find here: https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/175666
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!
IF YOU WANT TO BUY THIS SONG: It just went live on Amazon MP3 if you're interested in purchasing it there (simply message me and I can get you the details) and iTunes very soon as well! Thanks for all the support!
Description : chill rock
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 : Fender Squier beefed up with Seymour Duncans, Line 6 POD HD400 floor controller, Schecter Custom 4 String Bass, Studio Devil Bass Pro amp sim software, XLN Addictive Drums, XLN Addictive Piano, Uhe Zebra. Engineered with Presonus Studio One. This is an old progressive tune I created a couple of years ago. There are a few crackling sounds I can't fixed since I lost all my stems due to my PC crashing 2 years ago.
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 : 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 : EDIT: Changed intro based on suggestion by StaticNomad, major revamp on drum track as again suggested by StaticNomad and reprised the metal guitar section as the outro based on Valvedriver and Danke suggestions and overall interest by those who commented.
Big thanks guys for your expert advice and opinions here. I really think it improved the track and showed me just how much it pays to listen and apply some of the things that are offered up in these reviews.
**Second Edit - Adjusted levels and mastered.
***Third Edit - Toned down #2 Crash Cymbal per Crucethus Suggestion
Description : Lost all my stems a year ago due to PC crash. Drums could have been more prominent, guitars could have been less brittle, and I could have added my vocals in the mix. Oh well, you live and learn. I might redo this song with vocals added down the road. Mix only, nor mastered. Hope ya like :)
Description : Another rock track which is a little bit more complex than my previous two uploads of the Kyudards Band.
Description : BIG UPDATE 26/02/2014 - So, this was an 18 min track that I have now successfully split in two. 2nd half I uploaded a few weeks ago (Things That Should Always Be, with the bouncy 2 min reggae intro). This is the first half, which has a new mix, a mega chill, meditative ending and a little jazz thrown in for good measure. Takes a few minutes for beat to really kick in. Constantly evolving electric guitar, bass guitar, acoustic drums and lead banjo driven by fat, busy 80BPM grooves with a bit of a reggae and shuffle feel. Also: synth choir voices, dulcimer, violin, cello, shimmering pads. Builds up gradually to nice and rocking and then gets taken back down for the big comedown chill. I really don't know what sort of genre this is except 'far out'. I think it sounds more like a live band than one guy playing instruments and manipulating a DAW. Not my best track but a bit of blissful, sunny island fun. Real positive vibe here so I hope you give it a chance to unfold and unfurl. Sit back, clear your schedule and immerse yourself in these trippy sonic experiments cooked up deep in my off-planet underground laboratory. I have to send the MP3 to Earth via space courier (not cheap).
Description : So I had a guitar lick for years that I never did anything with. I was going to try to write a country song with it, instead it turned into kind of retro rock track. I am pretty happy with the end result, I think it turned out better than my initial idea. I sang and played all of the instruments on the track. The drums are from Ez Drummer, which is awesome in my opinion. Thanks for listening, if you like the track please feel free to download.
Description : Hello Loopies!!!
This song was supposed to be a Bedlam Kids track, but due to the low (none) interest of Pete on continuing that project, I'll upload the remaining tracks as instrumentals as soon as I can.
For now, here's a song written almost 7 months ago, it's called Simple Things.
Hope you enjoy it!!!
Description : Unfinished track I'm working on, based off of Danke's "Black Roses" piano loop. Looking for a collab! I'm looking to go in a Rock meets Electronic or Dubstep direction, but I'm open to ideas. I have lyrics for a bridge, but it doesn't sound right with just a piano. I need amped up instrumentals. I really want to bring the pre-chorus ("everybody, c'mon, everybody") back at the end, but up an octave up in a belt with some heavy guitars possibly? I really want to amp up this song. Please excuse the piano in the chorus. It's not as beautiful as Danke's arrangement but I needed a change in chords. The song is in E minor by the way. Tempo=