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Tags : | Rock | 2.87 MB

Description : Ha....Japan has nothing to do with this tune! I just couldn't think of a catchy title. Made mostly from loops.
This one starts out with a reverse cymbal, solid bass and then finally gets moving. Lots of layers to give it a big sound. Guitar leads I put in are simple enough so that most should be able to play them if they want to.

Have fun with it.
Randy

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  1. JohnBoutilier
    JohnBoutilier on Wed 16th Mar 2011 - 10 years ago

    Hell yes, I'm gonna fave. Way to rock, my friend.

    John

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Thanks John,
    I see you found another one you liked. I appreciate the comments.
    Did you ever get to listen to the one I did called 'Canadian Pride'?
    I loved that one myself,
    Randy

  2. Kikajon
    Kikajon on Tue 21st Sep 2010 - 11 years ago

    This is kinda silly...again a masterful track. An instant fav! I surrender, you create magic. :)
    /pmk

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Kikajon,

    So we meet up again. I think I'll probably be answering your comments for a couple weeks! LOL

    Anyways, I didn't have a title for this song so I just chose Rock-Made in Japan. More of a general comment, I suppose since a lot of our things in the USA come from Japan and China....music items as well.

    Glad you enjoyed it and come back for more.
    Randy

  3. sobstory
    sobstory on Wed 24th Jun 2009 - 12 years ago

    Well, I'm kinda new to looperman and I keep finding GREAT tracks, and this is at the top my friend. Very cool changes that have an awesome dynamic to it, that really keep you glued into it. It is a very good instrumental. It would be cool to hear a version of this with a vocal. Tracks like this are what keeps me listening to every ones tracks looking for buried treasure.

    Thanks for uploading quality

    Martin

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi again Sob Story,

    Thanks for stopping by my corner of Looperman.
    I appreciate your comments very much and hope you'll check out all my tunes eventually...as I try and put a quality mix together, and sounds in all my tunes.

    Vocals are welcome to any of my tracks.

    I have 2 Korg keyboards that have awesome sounds in them and I am trying to put more of synth sounds into my music these days.
    My last song.."Rock This Way" was one of the first.

    So again, I appreciate your review and yes...there are quite a few very good musicians on here.. As I see now....there are 182,385 members. Not all have songs loaded up, but there are 21,090 tracks available for your listening pleasure. ;)))

    Randy

  4. schleidh
    schleidh on Mon 16th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    From one Telecaster player to another - you really make them sing! I like the production work. Hopefully I can get used to the software I'm working with and get them as polished as your tracks. I'm from the old school and worked with analog equipment and 1/4" tape machines many moons ago. (I took a sound engineering course at Fredonia State college in the late 70's)
    Howard

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Howard,

    Thanks for your kind comments about this rock song.
    I didn't use my Tele on this tune. I have other guitars here as you may have seen in my profile gallery.
    I play 6 different instruments including 5-string Banjo and Pedal Steel.

    I do a mix of loops and my own playing in my tunes as I don't have any drums as I mentioned when I reviewed one of your tunes.

    Long ago, back in 1980, I did analog mixing as well for a several bands and I owned my own PA system. This was after I stopped playing in a band myself.
    Getting into digtal just happened about in Nov. 2007.

    So it's an ongoing learning process and fun to do. My Pro Tools manual was 960 pages for ver. 7.4. But version 8.0 has come out and I am sure the new manual would top 1,000 pages.
    They didn't offer hard copy manual this year. It is all in a .PDF file these days.

    I know about where Fredonia as that's where the Buffalo Bills practice..near there. I live in Lockport...about 15 miles from Buffalo and Niagara Falls.

    So good luck with your software, and it's not just the software that will make it for you...it is you yourself that will make the sound come to 'life'. The engineer is the man!

    Thanks again for the review, I appreciate it.
    Randy

  5. Filaofsoul
    Filaofsoul on Fri 6th Mar 2009 - 12 years ago

    Man you had that guitar speaking speaking japanese!! Great tune> I liked at 1:20 the break and guitar and the Pick up at 2:13 and what a great ending!! Luv it man Luv it!! On to another one!!!

    Fila

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Fila,

    Thanks again for reviewing this tune. As you probably read in the header, I couldn't think of a proper title...so thus...made in Japan. ha ha ha.

    I appreciate your comments and glad you enjoy my music. I hope I can keep up the quality in all my tunes.
    Randy

  6. Jeff05C
    Jeff05C on Tue 10th Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    Well I Listened to Western Showdown first, I thought that was cool, but I didn't expect this at all. Really cool, I like that super saturated tone! Rock on man, I'll really take those tone comments seriously after that!

    Rock on!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya Wookie,

    Your welcome to download this tune if you want to. Most of my rock tunes will probably 'get your attention' if I may say so myself.

    A lot of TLC went into making each one to get the best quality sound out. Many layers of guitars and stuff give it the bigger sound.

    Recording the rhythm guitar in one channel panned hard left, and then played again in the other channel panned hard right is a start.

    Some poeple use Line 6 equip. or Guitar rig to get a nice guitar fuzz or saturated sound.
    I use 'Amplitude' and 'Eleven' (an amp simulator) I got with 'Pro Tools' to get the sounds I desire.

    Thanks for your comments.
    Randy

  7. spacestationwagon
    spacestationwagon on Sat 7th Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    sweet riff and hook this track rox so hard my neighbors can hear it. nice change up. great work as always.
    neil

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi Neil,

    Strange...as I just wrote you an E-mail too.

    Anyways, thanks for your review of my latest rock venture. I enjoy these type of tunes that you don't hear anywhere else. Hard not to copy someone else.

    So I appreciate all your kind words and taking the time to review mine. Now....I shall go directly to your page and see what you have since today is review day. Yours will be the 15th review today. :-)

    Thanks again,
    Randy

  8. ToxicVoltage
    ToxicVoltage on Mon 2nd Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    This is soo great
    I love the guitars

    the solo is great
    :-p

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Thanx Toxicx,

    I appreciate your review and comments.
    I'll check out your music as well and give a review back.

    Randy

  9. dsam
    dsam on Sun 1st Feb 2009 - 12 years ago

    i already salute u man...the keys are stimuli....keep em comin.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there Dsam.

    Haven't seen you review one of my tunes before, so I welcome you to my corner of the world. I see by your profile that you are a long ways from me in NY.

    I appreciate your kind comments very much and will review one of your tunes back.
    Thank you sir!

    Randy

  10. Scottmusic
    Scottmusic on Sat 31st Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    THAT WAS AMAZING!!! what can I say ,,very nice guitar my friend, top notch recording! The mix is perfect.I really liked all your songs! glad to find you on looperman,This song should be on the radio... Hats off>>>

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there Scott,

    Thanks for your kind review and listening to my latest tune. I appreciate all your comments. I will check out your tunes as well and give a review back shortly.

    If you by chance also listened to 'Guitar Heros' which I did awhile back, I have a lady friend in Maryland that has written lyrics to it now and sings on the remix. It will be called 'Freak Zone'.
    She sounds somewhat like Grace Slick from 'The Jefferson Airplane'....from back in the 60's.
    I will be posting that probably much later today or tomorrow.

    Vocals really help a lot as I don't sing myself.
    As far as being on the radio, if you have songs you want played on the new internet radio at www.talenttrove.com , just sign up and check the forum on how to put your song up.
    They are now teamed up with iTunes as well...which is a first! I've gotta do that next.

    Thanks again,
    Randy

  11. duktape76
    duktape76 on Thu 29th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    You are a really great guitarist. The composition is top-notch. Very cool stuff.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Duktape76,

    Thank you as well for your kind comments. They are very much appreciated. I always strive for quality, not quantity.

    I'll catch up with you perhaps tomorrow as I am off work and can do more reviewing.

    Randy

  12. mandarrosa
    mandarrosa on Thu 29th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    i was very pleased with this one as i am with all your music...the guitar parts were really cool and i love that crunch sound alot...anyway great job it was a nice chill song i really enjoyed it...fantastic work

    mandarrosa

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there mandarrosa,

    I appreciate you stopping by and listening to my latest tune. I love that crunch as well. It's the heart of rock I feel.

    Thanks again and will check your work as well.
    Randy

  13. lowblow
    lowblow on Tue 27th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    hi randall,
    another good one, you got it definitly... lovin' it!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Lowblow,

    Thanks for reviewing my tune. I will return the favor and check out yours.

    Thanks for your kind works.

    Randy

  14. ECKSjoe
    ECKSjoe on Mon 26th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    [Wow, just read your story about The Beatles, that's amazing.]

    Review Start.
    I love the intro, then the heavy guitar comes in, and the drums, the drums are amazing. Then the solos, I love that sliding guitar, You certainly can play well. Very well.
    I loved listening.

    Helix

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Helix,

    Hey...I certainly want to thank you for your nice review. Yeah...that Beatles image is still fresh as yesterday in my mind. If I ever get Dementia, I hope this will still stay as a lasting memory. Ha!

    As for this tune, I liked the heavy guitar part a lot. It is hard to get that good crunch sound, a lot of EQing, and compression going on.

    The solo parts weren't blazingly fast so that helped in getting a clearer sound.

    Drums, Ahhh....I love good sounding drums. I use live recorded drums from (as opposed to synth generated drums) www.betamonkeymusic.com
    I usually get them at 24 bit as they really sound good and then lose a little bit when 'bouncing to disk' to 16 bit.

    Thanks again for for comments and am glad you enjoyed this tune.
    Randy

  15. Holly
    Holly on Sun 25th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    This is great! My friend would love this!

    Good work Randall!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi there Holly,

    The queen of Looperman with your beautiful voice.
    I appreciate you coming by and listening to this tune. I hadn't seen you here reviewing to any of my tracks before that I recall, as I remember names pretty well...so welcome!

    I like all your songs that I have heard. You have a clear distinct voice and you should do a song and enter it into The John Lennon song writing contest.

    They have many different cash prizes and givaways as in equipment. They have contest going on througout the year. Here is the link: http://www.jlsc.com/

    As for your friend, feel free to send this song to him.

    Thanks again,

    Randy

  16. DanielGtrman
    DanielGtrman on Sun 25th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    Gutsy solid rock track. downloaded and played in car many times. rock as it should be.

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello Daniel,

    I appreciate your comments and am glad you liked the tune. Playing it several times with a decent stereo system makes a big difference in what you'll hear as compared to little computer speakers.

    Thanks for listening.

    Randy

  17. rei4real
    rei4real on Sun 25th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    woaaah!!! starts so gentle and then ... bammm!!!
    awesome ... just awesome ...
    I'm lovin everything in this masterpiece!!!
    I'm a great fan of simple licks, many people seem to think that only the spectacular licks are hard to play and show the skills someone has ... I think you and me know it better ...
    very very very good track!!!

    peace, rei

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Ahhhh Rei,

    Hey man, thanks for checking out my latest. Guess I have a way of sucking folks in eh? hee hee.

    Start out soft so you'll turn up your speakers...and then 'bam' as you say.

    Your very right, people don't have to do blazing fast leads in order to make a nice song. The right notes at the right time works the best.
    I keep wondering how to better myself with each new passing tune...but its hard.

    Thanks again for your review.
    Randy

  18. CmsProductions
    CmsProductions on Sun 25th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    nice job, are they your loops or did you get them from someone? very well put together

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hi ya herozero92,

    Thanks for stopping by and giving a listen to my latest.

    No, I don't make loops myself, altho I could easy enough I suppose, and then use them later in different songs. I get my loops from many various sites around the Internet, and usually pay between $20-100+ for them in CD sets.
    I recall last year I got an 8 CD set from England.
    Totally all loops of many different instruments.

    I strive for quality and I prefer 24 bit .wav files to work with. Perhaps an expensive hobby...but you can listen to the results of most all my songs and ask yourself...is it worth it?

    Thanks for your comments, I appreciate them,

    Randy

  19. Littbarski
    Littbarski on Sun 25th Jan 2009 - 12 years ago

    I like it good to hear it seams to be a great guitar travel!
    Nice job!

    Randall822
    Reply by Randall822

    Hello there HrubeshDj,

    Hey....nice to see you here and several others here that haven't reviewed my tunes before....or perhaps never left a review.

    I am glad you liked the tune. I enjoy making them very much when you have the right tools..
    I'll check out some of your tunes soon and leave a review back.

    Thanks again,
    Randy

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