Tags : | Blues | 5.82 MB

Description : Not really a blues song as such! More of a pop song. At the moment I'm in the middle of recording an album for the RPM challenge, which means writing and recording 35mins of music in the month of February, this song is number 4, so hopefully you lot will like it. Recorded in Ableton 5.3 using line 6 toneport, drums and percussion Sonic foundry the rest is Slap...

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  1. profita
    profita on Tue 20th May 2008 - 11 years ago

    i like the way it sounds. great job.

  2. GirlSonic
    GirlSonic on Sat 15th Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    Your versatility is so impressive. This is a great listenable track, beautifully produced. I use Ableton as well .... it's awesome even for us pretend musicians! :-)

  3. JohnBoutilier
    JohnBoutilier on Fri 15th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    Very nice. There was one point between 40 to 45 secs where the vocals seemed overpowered by the instruments, but that's not a criticism. Just means I wanted to hear the vocals better. Very nice piece. I have tons of lyrics if you'd like to give some a go.

    John59

  4. Astrobouncer
    Astrobouncer on Thu 14th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    Man your reallly talented and I love hearing your work. I dont think I have enough experience to really comment on this track yet but I do like it!

  5. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Thu 14th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    Jeez mate!..another masterful piece....To all you welcome strangers that might be reading this as you listen....The sheer amount of work involved to produce 35 minutes of music in 1 month is staggering!..you've got to conceptualize,workshop,record,mixdown,master,produce and on top of that, carry out your other commitments and earn a crust...sheeesh!This guy is a prime example of what is possible if you are prepared to work for it,and no better example to us all ....planet

    SLAPJOHNSON
    Reply by SLAPJOHNSON

    Thanks for the kind comments Mr Planet. And if anyone's reading this you should check out Planet's music, because I think he's a GOD! Cheers Slap...

  6. Sector7even
    Sector7even on Thu 14th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    sounds excellent slap. LOVE yer vocals..melody is fantastic.

    actually I really think the drums are perfect..@2:20 is when [to me] sounds like a drum bridge and is when you introduce the bongos'..sounds just right to me.

    great work slap!
    gizz.

    SLAPJOHNSON
    Reply by SLAPJOHNSON

    Thanks Gizz, I had another listen through and I lifted the drums there on purpose, it helps the solo take off. I have also remixed it a bit, just to get it sit a bit better. Thanks for taking time out from poo duties to give my stuff a listen. Your pal Slap...

  7. ultrabase
    ultrabase on Thu 14th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    if anyone can make a good album in a month its you!
    good song i like it.
    @ 2.20 the drums come in stronger i like that,can u use these drums from the strart?

    SLAPJOHNSON
    Reply by SLAPJOHNSON

    I will look at that rattekatte, and thanks for some constructive advice.Cheers Slap...

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