Description : My first upload and attempt to getting back into audio production after 10 years. Moving from music to film and documentary producing, after some time I found myself putting together loops for odd projects. These are some loops I created for a video. It's a basic track with a simple chord progression. Please comment if you enjoy it. I have more similar style loops and tracks I may upload. I think the drumloop is from someone on looperman, er, thanks.
Description : I made Piano Solo in this morning, because it was rainy so that I couldn't go golf with my friends. This is made of 6th interval chord which sounds widespread.
Enjoy and feel free to use for your films, games, etc.
Description : Made with sim synth with gross beat and Fruity Reeverb 2, Keyzone Classic.
Feel free to take and drop a URL in the comments of your creation.
Description : took a chord progression I made using Pigments VST chopped and mixed it
Description : boombap beat with emotional chord progression
Description : old fashioned ballad with simple melody and primitive chord progression.
Description : Chord progression on the pad by Dripchord.
If you want to do something with this or with me, pls hmu.
Description : Hiphop Instrumental inspired by chord progression from I know Places by Lykke Li.
Description : This one goes deep... 120bpm Emin chord progressions and using drum sounds from the Supernova. It was recorded pretty much on the fly using read/write of mute/unmute on the MIDI tracks. I hope you enjoy it, I had heaps of fun making it, and thank you for listening!
Description : Anyone who can sing on this chord progression... hit me up!
Description : Demo preview of my latest loops uploaded on 9-10-18
just for reference example of how you could use the loops for a modern oldskool rap type flow. Lmk, Peace.
Description : Another old track i've reworked, I was too big of a fan of the chord sequence to let it stay unfinished.
Description : A new concept (for me): use this for jamming with your guitar, keyboard, or maybe your singing?
The basic chord scheme is G/Bm/Am/D with a break in the middle based on Bm/Am/C/D and back to G.
Description : This is a composition still in progress. I have the backing tracks for the bass and drums I programmed turned down and the guitar solo is louder. The chord progression keeps repeating, and only the guitar parts change, so I need to add a bridge, and also have someone help me with the bass and drums. You can see my video on my youtube channel so you see how I play the solo. I can make it much better with the right help.
Description : I composed this song by creating two different melody lines, and then playing them together on different tracks so that the two melodies created different harmonic chord qualities. The solo was quite difficult at first, but I kept working on what my head heard, and then I practiced the fingerings until it was smooth. Wow this one was cool.
Description : This is a song I created using the Dr. Rhythm DR-770 for the bass and drums, and I put two guitar tracks. I play one track for the chord progression, and the other guitar track for the solo for a total of four tracks. I used a Fender Stratocaster on this song with the tone knobs turned down a bit for a smooth sound quality.
Description : Electronic blues using the acapella Tell Me by Sinxi.
100 BPM, Chord D#
Description : Instrumental. Used "Short Piano Chord Progression" from albaaat on Looperman. Drums, Random sample pack from another site, was so long ago i dont remember site. added eq compression and resonators and some other adjustments. Bass customized bass from Ableton Live. Open to letting anyone who asks to use this. considering speaking over it myself.
Description : This is second try to write edm music. Chord progression is simple 4 bars repetition, melody has a lot of syncopation over verse, chorus, and bridge. Also, Bass or keyboard compression against the kick drum. Riser and noise needed. Within this simple format, making hit song is certainly difficult.
Description : Feedback is much appreciated, so please tell me what you think, both positive and negative!
This beat was really heavily inspired by Post Malone's song "Tear$". It uses the same chord progression but I also added a lot of my own ideas like the percussive drums and the piano in the "filler-parts". Also added that blade runner-sample in the end to create even more atmosphere.
Description : loop by Cayles- i added Bass kicks claps strings organ.. hope ya Dig..
Description : “TheLeach”, bass player with the German group, How to Loot Brazil, recently posted several acapellas here on Looperman. These are the actual vocals from tracks that the band has released.
The acapella for “Box Room” caught my fancy. You can find the pella here: https://www.looperman.com/acapellas/detail/11036/how-to-loot-brazil-box-room-full-acapella-by-theleach-148bpm-pop-acapella
I did listen to the band’s original version (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7r9zbgn8tU), which I liked a lot. For some reason, though, I found it really difficult to figure out the chord progressions used in the band’s version. I think that is because it has a very complex electronic arrangement that, for much of the song, is more about providing interesting counterpoint to the vocal melody than laying down a traditional instrumental bed. Not sure if that description makes sense, but if you watch their Youtube video, I think you will understand what I mean.
I started trying to work out the chords using a piano patch, and that seemed to set the tone and style for my remix. I use Logic Pro and it was telling me that I was playing all kinds of crazy chords (11ths, and 13ths, and diminished). Had no idea what I was doing, frankly. Just searching for chord sequences that sounded right. Spent a bit of time chopping up the vocal and time-aligning it. Added a bit of processing. Dropped one whole section of the vocal because I just couldn’t find a way to make it fit with the style and feel of the remix. (It worked fine in the original and also in other remixes that have been done by Looperman members.)
So, this remix is very different from the band’s original version. And, I hope that TheLeach, who wrote the song, won’t be too upset with where I took it. He wrote it on an acoustic guitar, apparently, so it clearly evolved quite a bit to get to their recorded version. Anyway, doing something different is what remixes are all about. Right?
Description : Finally I have managed to layer three and in one part four melodies together with a matched chord sequence and bass line.
Please comment to enable download
Description : Came across this piano chord progression and had to make something out of it. Who better than my boy YBigg to go to when you're trying to find some vocals when you want your track to mean something?
Used some really dissonant strings to get a feel of dread.
Female vocals done by eSoreni. Fantastic work.
Description : Tokiiro stands for the color of the Japanese crested ibis. Simply, pink close to yellow. A few number of the birds observed in Sadogashima, Nigata of northern Japan. They flew over the Asian continent long ago. I imagined this scenery. Part of chord progression refers to the excellent Jazz pianist web site.