Description : Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2DxrCRzyyI
English: Color is the presence of light reflected in an object and that our brains interpret thanks to what our eyes perceive. There are people capable of extracting colors from the shadows, manipulating them and creating visual experiences that manage to amaze us ...
Español: El color es la presencia de luz reflejada en un objeto y que nuestros cerebros interpretan gracias a lo que perciben nuestros ojos. Existen personas capaces de extraer colores desde las sombras, manipularlos y crear experiencias visuales capaces de maravillarnos...
You can check it in the next link / Puedes comprobarlo en el siguiente link:
PRODUCED BY / PRODUCIDO POR:
SONG CONCEPT & MASTERING BY / CONCEPTO DE LA CANCIÓN Y MEZCLA POR:
MUSICIANS / MÚSICOS:
PLUCK, SYNTH, PIANOS & REVERSE FX - SUSHIL BAWA (FROM INDIA)
FLUTE - TIBITOBI (FROM GERMANY)
PAD - DRUCIFERBEATS (FROM UNITED STATES)
BACKGROUND PIANO - SBOOTLEG (FROM UNITED KINGDOM)
BEATS - LOWSOCIETY (FROM UNITED STATES)
SYNTH CHORDS & ARP - HBSAMPLES (FROM BELARUS)
SYNTH & VOCAL FX - MINOR2GO (FROM GERMANY)
BASS LINE & BACKGROUND PAD - JUSTZE3 (FROM NEW ZEALAND)
ADITIONAL PAD - SILENCEKILLS (FROM UNITED STATES)
BACKGROUND TEXTURE - PLANETJAZZBASS (FROM AUSTRALIA)
ALL OTHER SOUNDS & FX BY / TODOS LOS DEMÁS INSTRUMENTOS & EFECTOS POR:
Description : Cape deeper ,clutching at the remnants of a glimmer of consciousness.And through the darkness of the ocean he saw a Mermaid,like a spark there is a hope That is not the end./Piano, deep/Thank you Sushilbawa from India for the idea./
Description : Contains a lot of exotic instruments. Mostly from India. I made a quick freestyle with these instruments. Had a lot of fun playing them all. I hope you like it. It probably wont keep you entertained enough to listen it, but i still hope you like it :)
Description : Indian Life A Slow Song With Ethnic Instruments OF India!!!!!
Description : something different
Description : BRICS, the new economic powerhouse of emerging nations Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. In the struggle for economic dominance will cooperation prevail regarding climate change and other issues of global importance or will it be business as usual?
This track is a heavily sampled break beat melange featuring Russian vocalist Doctyabrev and excerpts of speeches in languages of the other three countries including Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Marina Silva of Brazil. There's a whiff of Maceo's "Cross the Tracks" in there too.
Much thanks to all the Looperman contributors including: Doctyabrev, fanto8bc, djnab, blueskies, buffalonugaluss, megapaul, and 7venth12. 100 bpm, key of E.
Description : All India Radio - Life And How To Do It (olegus2002 ReWork)
One of my favorite tracks in my collection. Decided to change , to breathe new life into my favorite music.
Description : A track written as a R&B/Pop track that I collab'd with DJ Malook (from India and Looperman) whom added a EDM swag to it.
Description : An Bollywood-influenced baroque pop song with trap elements.
Description : A more Indian arrangement using various loops and samples. This one has a tribal feel and tries to convey the ambiance and energy of India. recut 4-26-2014. Comments are welcome.
Description : This is a Chillout track. The intro and ending have are shorter than the original version because of the 10mb requirements for uploads.
Vocals are taken from a licensed pack i purchased from Loopmasters (VOX India Pack) included in Order #31680 as specified in the receipt.
Description : Never i was in Delhi INDIA
.....but the SITAR has inspirate me.....
Description : Pain, Motivated
Language Malayalam (India)
Description : Ich hab ein Beat mit Farisha Wunderbare stimme gemacht und hoffe das es euch allen gefallen wir =)
Description : (instrumental),inspired by the beautiful sitar sound from Anoushka Shankar, 'Pancham Se Gara'. Reggae riddim by me and Iyah.
Description : Designed specifically for having moderately-clothed dancers undulate rhythmically to its vibrations. Or dance to it, you could do that, too.
Description : Vim?na is a word with several meanings ranging from temple or palace to mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit epics(india)
Description : My last track... so far, so good;) ChillStep let's call it like that.
Miss india and its shanti vibes.... hope make u travel in mind..... Enjoy the trip...
Some loop from producers of looperman..... tks to all!
Description : Dubstep with vocals from india:)
Description : Back in India!! OK want to do some meditation? Get all YOUR energy back?!!!. Listen to the sitar only key like IT IS the DRUMS, put in max, just relax. This is cerebral music. Loops from acid. This has 2 parts.1rst Nice sitar part. The end is moreeven more relaxingand ends with like kind of jazzy + nature.
Description : Present from my travel in india.... record voice from a friend in pushkar.......Speak about quit Bang....... Hemp drink that Bramans drink......
Enjoy the trip
Description : a chilled tune to relax to.
Description : It starts Like music from india then a little dance.I dont know wich genre to put it in.
FarishaMusic on the accapella
Description : ...........
Description : Dedicated to those willing to participate in popular rebellions, regardless of their size or outcome. With nothing to lose, rebellion is an empowering thing.
Special thanks to Salook. I didn't think completing the Music to have a Rebellion Project could really move towards completion without the sounds of bagpipes incorporated somewhere. Now I can check that requirement off my list! Special thanks to Nuada Macnechtan for doing the introduction vocals for me.
Live recording done on Ableton with the APC40. Lots of dancing with knobs.
Draft 1 - Still in development phases. I'm pretty happy with the sonic narrative that happens in the movements. Maybe a bit too traditional? Intro as past, drum ensemble as carnival uprising present sliding into the hybridity of a future that's always arriving.
Draft 2 - rerecorded incorporating Nuada's vocals.
Final Draft(?) - brought in vocal samples from Deepest India, and some chanting from public domain Morocco field recordings from the 1950's.
Vocals from the exiled Tuareg Poet Hawad's poem, "Anarchy's Delirious Trek."
Loops mostly from people who've deleted their accounts, so I don't know who to give credit to. Got a planetjazzbass one in here, and one from Dusthill, and one from Dj_Fred_Val. Thanks!
Thanks to Nuada for wonderful suggestions during my drafting process.