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Tags : | Blues | 4.06 MB

Description : Been away for a while. I am doing something I usually don't do with this one. Here is a blues track I put together in a day. It features everything being done by me, with improvised solos for each instrument. This was done using Fl Studio 12 and my Korg M50 keyboard. I plan on adding lyrics to it down the road and having everything much cleaner. Anyhow, enjoy!

Which Solo did you guys like best?
2:18 Guitar Solo
3:57 Piano Solo
5:34 Synth Solo
7:13 Bass Solo

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  1. jive4005
    jive4005 on Fri 11th Dec 2020 - 3 years ago

    very nice

  2. felpsmiera
    felpsmiera on Thu 20th Sep 2018 - 5 years ago

    Hi, 'i'm amateur singer in brazil and I love ur music, I can do a brazilian music lyrics with ur song?

  3. OdotZED
    OdotZED on Thu 26th Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    skills brother,pure skills

  4. EricMilligan
    EricMilligan on Wed 25th Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    Hi, GoldenOokami. This is a very promising track. You've clearly got good keyboard chops and you definitely know how to use the mod wheel and pitch bend well.

    Since this is a "beta" version, I'm going to give you my two cents worth on the track. The guitar solo section was a lot better than I can do, but it still sounded like it was being played on a keyboard in many places.

    Getting a convincing replication of a guitar using keyboard is really difficult. The best versions I've ever heard come from alternate controllers like the Roli Seaboard Rise. But I think they really hard to master.

    I actually thought the guitar solo might be better using a synth patch, similar to the Steve Winwood sound. It really reminded me of his stuff.

    My next favourite was the piano solo section. In both the guitar and piano solos, I thought you started out really nicely, but I felt that things started to wander off after a while in each solo. You do a good job of using silence in your solos, but I think more structure and a bit more discipline in your improvisation would really improve things even more. I'm a big believer in "less is more".

    I'd also suggest that you experiment with some different bass patches. I thought the bass you used had too much attack transients and not enough sustain on the notes for this type of track. Or, perhaps layer in a second bass patch that doesn't have such a sharp attack and more sustain (e.g. a sampled acoustic bass patch). Or perhaps a synth-generated patch based on a sine wave setting on the OSC. I suspect that when you add vocals to the track, the bass will need to be toned down in any case, so that it isn't competing for attention with the vocals.

    So, for what it's worth, those are my comments. I definitely enjoyed the track. Wish I could play jazz like that. I'd definitely be interested hearing it with vocals added.



    Much of my comments are subjective, of course.

  5. Mosestone
    Mosestone on Sun 22nd Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    your keyboard skills is a listening pleasure, would love to hear what lyrics you come up with for this work :0

    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I'm very honored! Thank you so much. I'm going to work on lyrics soon, hopefully. Cheers! Stay tuned!


  6. Alien
    Alien on Sat 21st Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    I re listened to it again now...and wow great tune. Good sound.

    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks man! I very much appreciate your words! :)

  7. priest39
    priest39 on Thu 19th Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    Funky man!! I love the blues. Awesome work, can;t wait to hear those vocals on this track. Larry

    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate it man! I'm actually thinking of a female vocalist. Maybe change the structure of the song a bit. Thank you for your comment!

  8. ronabo
    ronabo on Wed 18th Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    GoldenOokami, this is going to be a great piece of work when you finish it. Already as a Beta you can tell that a lot of skill is all in it. Love the solo, the piano play, the bass. Please finish this and post it here for all to enjoy. Thanks


    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I'm very grateful for your comment. I do appreciate your words. Each solo was interesting to me. I'm a keys player, and I was trying not to play each solo like a keys player, yknow? It was a challenge, but I had fun! Thanks again!

  9. Alien
    Alien on Wed 18th Jul 2018 - 5 years ago

    This track put a smile on my face, nice bass as well as the drums.
    Let's see where you take us!

    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I do appreciate it. It's nothing I've ever made before. I am a musician that often plays stuff like this, but to make a 6/8 blues track on Fl studio was nothing I'd ever think of before. Cheers!

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