Description : I saw beautiful scenery in drone footage film. I imagined that.
Description : All the instruments are Spitfire eDna Earth cinematic tool. For your reference, The presets I used are below.
edna drums kick3
edna fx massive metallic drop
edna keys oscillating marimbi
edna leads blade runner horn call fatter MW
edna bass a simple bass for every occasion 1
edna atoms drone reflective continous riser
edna keys Digital Bright Celeste Mellow
pl. note that every parameter such as envelope has been altered for my use.
Description : I tried to make a 'doom cello' track but failed as the chillout vibes really took over but there is still some heaviness as well as a few minutes of dance music in the final sections. It's very moody and atmospheric and dominated by strings and drums. 120BPM but most of it is half that tempo. Lots of my electric cello playing though there are also sample-based string parts, especially the foreboding, drone bass - the only bass instrument in the track. Other pad sounds add some mystical, spacey beauty while an arpeggiated VST guitar instrument adds a progressive band feel in the first half. Drums are two programmed kits and mostly one hard rock/metal kit. Also one drum loop plus two music loops towards the end. I very rarely use music loops but they seem to work here. Let me know what you think of this progressive epic. Sorry it's so long but hopefully it justifies its length. It's definitely far out and difficult to place in any particular, obvious genre.
Description : My first track this year is a bluesy one. Did not dare to upload to the "blues" genre because... well, you will find it. :)
Contains only free loops from several Looperman artists.
Applied loops (fully or partially):
SLAPJOHNSON: 0067443-0003147 (Slap guitar A major), 0067443-0003149 (Slap guitar E minor), 0067443-0003148 (Slap guitar G Major), 0067443-0003146 (Slap guitar D minor),
NIGHTINGALE: 0207475-0034672 (Slownfast), 0207475-0034170 (Swee Test Sorrow),
0207475-0033264 (Good is Good Co Lean),
MWRATRIDGE: 0631933-0053365 (Bluestown), 0631933-0053369 (Perpetuating),
MINOR2GO: 0159051-0031466 (Power Rap T7 - Grunchy Guitar), 0159051-0032660 (Goodbye my Dear - Guitar),
MEGAPAUL: 0448131-0060978 (Spucken Kratzen Beissen 100 Hminor), 0448131-0067922 (Dark Times 65bpm A Pads),
DANKE: 0671112-0094643 (Drum groovy with fade out hihats), 0671112-0094651 (Illogical drum loop),
YAMPAJA: 0539214-0049219 (Dobro Guitar Drone 1),
JOSEPHRODZ: 0486517-0056696 (Ballad guitar2),
MCHN: 0141901-0050294 (Bmaj Groove),
XYILENT: 1247377-0095052 (Xyilent - Little Devil Hats),
RICHARDBUTLER: 1659834-0094763 (Grime Hatz),
JADRIAN26: 0776383-0073394 (Travesty 5),
PHATCATZ4: 0828980-0089741 (AHH AA EE OOH Choir B 60 bpm),
ESHAR: 0583767-0049556 (1 Kurzbeats 130 1),
PLANETJAZZBASS: 0111346-0036936 (Clown Orchestra),
SPIVKURL: 0186161-0065464 (Acid House Drums),
KRISTIJANN: 0711069-0071946 (LOOK AT ME),
CG5MUSIC: 1024367-0078049 (STOP Distorted Shouts),
RASPUTIN1963: 1564425-0090050-rasputin1963-hooked-on-you (removed loop?),
DAVIDMACKNH (deleted or renamed user): 1094884-0074378-davidmacknh-100-bpm.
Description : Guys, I was watching a documentary about the war in the middle east.The target was a mud house when the camera zoomed in I saw a little boy about eight or nine years of age playing on the roof top when he saw the unmanned Drone on the sky Approaching their house you can see the anguish and horror in his face.
Description : Metal Industrial Track with elements of Symphonic/Cyber /Drone what ever you want to call it.I got board . Used a few samples and added my own synths. Neurotech kinda track with a twist of Drone.
Description : Last week,the end of rainy season came, and most students from elementary to University schools got 1.5 month summer vacation. This tune is for those who expecting happy holidays with friends and families.
Or, I think it's also suitable for drone footage, too.
Description : Firstly, I intended to write drone footage music which start minor key then gradually changes to the light mood with major 7th chord or hybrid slash chord. But I couldn't do that. Result was a very small motif in minor with no modulation.
Description : New ambient / drone track. Made with the Microbrute, a Reverb / delay pedal and a PO-20 Arcade. Fun little synths to play with ! Turn the volume up !!
Hope you'll enjoy :-)
Description : A hip hop instrumental with hook...needs a rapper. If interested, HMU!
Description : lol my description in 2015 the cringe
Hell breaks loose when drone and trap had a child it's called atmos-hop
Horror feel and it's a hard banger
Hard hitting 808s n snares
Leaving you thinking wtf what i just listened
And anyone out there can you rap on my beat
Description : Psychedelic Eastern cellhop progressing into a heavy and not at all hip hop ending. Lots of cool basslines and killer beats, all at 80 BPM. Cello is the main instrument and it also covers all the bass parts (no other bass instruments used). I didn't have to add any octave lowering effects to those cello basslines. A few synths, including a dark, trippy pad that gets very psychedelic and swirling when delay and distortion are added. Also a lyre to occasionally add an Eastern drone sound and an 8bit lead sine synth in one section. Drums are mixture of programmed acoustic kits and drum loops. You can really bounce to this shit while firing your guns in the air. So, do that and then come back and let me know if you enjoyed it. Criticism, praise, suggestions etc all welcome. Now get ready to bounce...
Description : Elctro-drone,dnb,80's dance Retrofusion
Many thanks to all on Looperman for providing wonderful tracks to work with
Description : first time making drone usic like this... i think it turned out pretty legit. idk feedback would be nice
Description : My thoughts for a Halloween track this year was to work up some foreboding Drone music with a little Delta Blues slide guitar mixed in. My inspiration being the classic story of Robert Johnson and his infamous deal with the Devil.
In Clarksdale, Mississippi in 1930, Robert Johnson supposedly made a deal with the devil at the crossroads where US highway 49 crosses US highway 61. Johnson had been playing down in Yazoo City and was on his way back up to Helena. He had hitched a ride that dropped him off next to the levee. It was a cool October night and a full moon glowed in the dark sky. He continued walking up the highway, guitar in his hand. As he approached the crossroads he was thinking about his friend Son House preaching to him about giving up his guitar playing. He really wasn't a good player and most people would joke and mock him when he was on stage. He hated it and was thinking he would give anything to be as good, no, better than his friend Son House. It was at that moment he noticed a figure in black standing there at the crossroads. As he approached him, a deep voice issued "Let me see that guitar boy"! He then took his guitar from him, tuned it and upon returning it asked if he would trade his soul to become a famous Bluesman. He agreed and the rest is history. Johnson's ability was seemingly transformed overnight to the amazement of everyone who knew him and he went on to become a Mississippi Blues legend. However, his fame was short lived. A mere eight years later the Devil returned to make good on the deal.
So this Halloween, be careful what you wish for, especially at the crossroads.
Description : This one tells a story ... don't summon a demon if you're not able to control him !
Long intro (I don't know how you could call it ... drone ? Atmospheric dark stuff ?)
Then, hardcore, but with a few breaks, summonings, mad people talking and screaming fear ... Story telling.
As it may be frustrating, to get out of the 220 bpm flow, I made a short version of it : I cut the narrative parts, just to have 4 minutes of pure hardcore.
Hope you'll enjoy it !
Description : Worked on this yesterday. Used a sub bass, then a noise bass, then a drone bass for after the drop. used a pluck patch I had for the main melody. programed the drums using a few samples and then mastered with isotope ozone 5
Description : Fresh Dope shit.
Description : Its a live mix..
Description : This track contains only free loops from Stayonbeat.com (some of them are by Minor2go?) and loops from looperman artists (listed below).
When i finished, i finds some similarity with Danke's track named "Dreamer" https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/153803 - this is not wilful, but looks like we found the same base loops and i always like to use loops from him - just right now. :)
As always, its free to use for a song, and any critics/response welcomed. UPDATE 2015.10.24.: improved audio quality - lower lows, higher highs. Now in 256kbps!
Applied loops :
DANKE : 0671112-0064488 (Broken hopes), 06711112-0067593 (Flowers), 0671112-0070575 (Tension 2), 0671112-0067197 (Gangsta whistler), 0671112-0067295 (On the floor),
MINOR2GO : 0159051-0032740 (I Love you forever - Bling Bling), 0159051-0056043 (Piano Memories - Its over 2),
ADAMMS : 0428102-0054776 (Scream from the other side), 0428102-0054775 (Boing),
ALXSIX : 0195097-0045883 (Drone hi pad),
LODDERUP : 0633575-0064433 (Bumble Bee - Strings),
MWRATRIDGE : 0631933-0052906 (House be home),
ESHAR : 0583767-0049599 (Y E PianoPad 49 3),
NIGHTINGALE : 0207475-0035873 (Kookai),
ENZOTIC : 0817298-0065160 (Creepy xylophone)
Description : An accompaniment to Shane Patrick Riley's driving guitar track. The Native style flute is a Bm drone. I like the pulse of this piece and the build in the middle. Thanks, Shane.
Description : A bit of dark gloomy drone with a touch of ... yeah.
Thanks goes to:
Planetjazzbass, mchn, Nightengale, asaywood, watermind, Heisenberg, Liv3wir3, & Dubtek
audio is 256..320 is over 10 mb
Description : dark ambient, drone
Description : Ttabbla (ft. mhyst and FutureAnalysis)
I found a superb app called iTablaPro which marvellously recreates tabla drum sounds along with Tampura (drone) accompaniment. Annoyingly though it doesn't have a record facility or any means of exporting a performance into another app. But I wanted to use tablas in my next tune so I started looking around on the web and discovered the excellent Looperman site where I not only found tablas but also some superb accapella downloads which are also featured in this track.
Having located tabla loops and vocals as described above I began by laying down the tabla loops in Multitrack DAW and then loosely positioning the vocal extracts where they seemed to fit best. This left gaps of unequal length and requiring different stresses to complement the vocal and so I built the drums in the trusty ally I have in MusicStudio, currently my favourite app for composition. I actually built two tracks and then duplicated them and used different kits on the same midi notes, equivalent to re-amping a guitar track which is a technique I discovered in Amplitube. Had lots of fun melding these four drum tracks into the tabla and vocal bed, so much in fact, that I didn't leave breathing room for anything else much except rather restrained 12 string guitar picking in a drop D tuning (two tracks, one dry one with phasing and chorus fx) and two modest contributions of bass which I DI'd into MTDAW. To give an underlying pulse to the track I took one note from the lowest drum I could find and lowered the pitch still further and also lengthened it in TwistedWave. I looped the result through the entire length of the track but had terrible trouble later trying to make it sound good in mp3 versions used for uploading to SoundCloud and so on. An important lesson learned here in finding that my track will sound wonderful in the native app prior to mixdown to the .wav file. then the .wav file sounds almost as good - but the mp3 sounds disappointingly sparse and distorted, especially in average earbuds. I have a new regime now to try and get an overall better mix. I first do the mix using headphones, then check it on my car stereo, then on my iPhone earbuds and finally compare all three instances against a commercially recorded track as a reference. I make notes of my impressions and then return to the mix and tweak it until the result is a pleasing compromise. I'm not an audiophile by any means and years of abuse to my ears has probably blunted their sensitivity (although thankfully I don't yet suffer from tinitus) but I still strive for my kind of perfection.
So this track stumbled towards the light, not through the result of any white-hot creative frenzy but rather through a desire to somehow use the tabla sound I had temporarily fallen in love with - and the vocals were an unexpected bonus!
Description : the best audio representation i can currently manage of a horrible nightmare i had while detoxing which i can't quite seem to forget about