Description : Old school Detroit Techno with my usual flair for the dramatic turns into a tropical house tune. Not for the faint at heart.
Description : Did this in 2010. Worked up courage to put it out there now. Dramatic vocal opportunity. Chorus at 61 secs. Verse Piano loop by Jorge Daniel Ramirez.
Chorus piano loop by Minor 2 Go. I like the echoes fighting with each other the most.
Description : i have lyrics i just hate every take so far.
its big and dramatic, and changes a lot. honestly the end is my favorite part by a lot, and is actually the chords i built the rest of the song on. microkorg ftw.
Description : comment and ask me what you want :)
Description : free to use
Description : free to use
Description : free to use
Description : Free to use
Description : epic dramatic music
Description : Made this beat from scratch using Fl Studios 12, it is a really dramatic sounding beat, sorta like if an intense fighting scene starting playing in a movie
Description : Dramatic hip hop track with a twist.
Description : 175 Bpm - Deep dramatic rap beat instrumental
Beat by AliZera
I you like it give me some propz...
Description : Hip-Hop Beat!
Description : An crazy orchestral dubstep song that is very dramatic and has good bass.
Description : Feel free to remix this song if you like or just sample it! Just comment down below and show me what you got out of it! I made this plain simple and I just felt like it could be more than it is now....
Description : Just listen for yourself. Was in a dramatic-angry-sad mood while I created this..
Would love a little feedback because I always want to get a little better. c:
Description : My attempt at a dramatic song, nothing special and not mixed well.
Description : Here is something -unusual- for between. A kind of a shanty.
In a new, minimal, dark, trancelike, wave style. Letz call it electro shanty!
This is an 80 years old song about a crew on a ship.
First there water went bad, then they got no wind, then they hit a riff.
And one after the other died on hunger and bad water ....
I changed the music abit for a more dramatic feeling :)
I used two loops from looperman for this track.
looperman-l-0711069-0075941-kristijann-hip-hop-drumloop.wav (used to create the drumsound)
And just one synthsound from IL Autogun.
The rest is just voices.
Hope you like it. This isnt perfect at all
but this is realy more a kind of a fun project.
Description : A real quick, slightly dramatic orchestral track :P hope you enjoy, feel free to use in videos or trailers or whatever, I would love to see them.(Please notify me of use and give credit if you use this track)
Description : this one I guess is cinematic?? this whole genre thing really screws with my head LOL It is quiet orchestra type of thing with a crescendo
Description : The idea to do something with the powerful voice of Delta blues musician Son House (1902-1988) came after I watched the documentary ‘It Might Get Loud’. Jack White (The White Stripes) played a record called ‘People grinning in your face’ by Son House. An a cappella song with handclapping; ’one man against the world’. You can find this magnificent fragment of the documentary on YouTube. Please watch it. Be awed. After that I listened to a lot of a cappella by Son House and was overwhelmed by ‘John the Revelator’. Even if you are not religious (like me) or familiar with the Bible (I am), this traditional gospel blues in a call and response-style is everything the blues is about. I realised it was almost ‘sacrilegious’ to put a drumbeat under this vocal track, but it gave me goosebumps the first time I tried it. So I composed a dramatic housetrack together with STAX (Hans Clevers) on sax. I took almost a month or two to split the original voicetrack in enough pieces to re-align them with the basic beat without losing the original feel. Where possible, I eliminated the handclapping because it was mostly out of sync. After I got the basetrack right, STAX played his solo. Afterward the grand piano, choirs and strings where added plus the noise-percussion. The project and mixing took approx. five months.
‘John The Revelator’ (this is from Wikipedia) has been called ‘one of the most powerful songs in all of pre-war acoustic music ... [which] has been hugely influential to blues performers’. The song's title refers to the Apostle John as the author of the Book of Revelation. A portion of that book focuses on the opening of seven seals and the resulting apocalyptic events. In its various versions, the song quotes several passages from the Bible in the tradition of American spirituals. Son House recorded several a cappella versions of this song in the 1960s. His lyrics for a 1965 recording explicitly reference three theologically important events: the Fall Of Man, The Passion of the Christ and Resurrection. This is the version used here.
Description : dramatic strings + hyper arpeggio synths!?!? YEEEESSSS!!! :-) from the action sequence of my january 2014 movies mashup video. link to the trailer - https://www.looperman.com/forum/thread/181308
Description : A more inspirational dramatic dubstep...not including the second drop :) enjoy. I plan on adding vocals sometime this year.
Description : Had some fun with this tonight, they really are having a dramatic talk here, Kae Furious and KCentric...lol
Used a drumloop from Boogieman again. The rest is by me and it's probably not going to be longer than this. But in case it is, it's a WIP.
Vox Kae Furious: http://ccmixter.org/people/KaeFurious
Description : A loved one related to me killed herself by hanging and I made this song with the confusion and thoughts that she left us with. It was a dramatic and cruel way to send a message to those who would listen and if she wouldn't have succeeded, she would have realized what a stoopid mistake she was fooling with. Enjoy what u got folks :)