Description : the blocking irish jock the block
Description : The beat will follow after the Irish flute.
Description : What would you say if you had to wait more than a year for a daybreak? " Nah...science fiction!" you will say. No, no...that's exactly what happened to me when I started working on a collab with maestro Tumbleweed (the Irish gentleman from Canada whom most of you know well) far more than one year ago. The song was called Breacadh (daybreak) and still is. Uneasy relationship with my Muse led to several (too many) pauses during the process . But who would look backwards now...the dawn is finally breaking...all thanks to Ed !
Description : It's been a while since my last upload, yet here is finally the new one and it's 'dangerous' as it gets cause this time I ultimately decided to dedicate this thing to my dear friend Ed, the man well known to Looperman audience as Tumbleweed.. He has been my huge inspiration for those past few years and always will be. Luckily we've made some pretty decent stuff together and more is to come. Working with Ed helped me to improve alot and this composition is now my way of saying 'thank you' to him and music should express my gratitude better than words....One might expect this will be Irish (or Celtic) music, but it's not necessarily the case...as the title suggests it's merely the touch of it....it's like a mirage in the highland mist and it's full of orlandesque crap to be honest...haha...yet I decided to include a tiny snippet of a famous traditional Irish song at the very end of the track and I bet you will recognize it instantly ...particularly for the lads with Irish roots this shouldn't be a problem...:) So, Ed...put your headphones on and be merciful my friend...:)
UPDATE: 10th March 2016 / Today I decided to do an
alternative mix of the track...and hell yeah, I think it sounds much better now !:)
Description : Irish song, featuring Shamoozey
Description : With her home produced melancholy-pop and self-made videos, the multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter-producer Kelly Mueller has already gained support from various powerhouse people around the world including Irish band The Script, Simon Cowell's Labrinth and fellow female producer Imogen Heap.
"Kelly is one of the most talented writers, artists, and performers I have ever known. Kelly is a person with a rare gift, she is creative, meticulous, and driven to achieve her end result. She is a perfectionist.”
I used all this loops:
Bass 2012 by proecliptix
Offbeat Piano Stabs by OzoneOfficial
InDaHouse FX 02 by sterixx
Cozy Brokes - EDM Uplifter 128 BPM by CozyBroke
Soulful house drum loop by kenzo409
Piano Rise Fx by pmichal14
This is my thank you to all of you here!
Please have a look for download to soundcloud.com
Description : Glen Cloy is one of the glens of Antrim (Tumbleweed's county) in Northern Ireland. The little people, actualy fairies, populate all of them and they all have very old ghost stories that have been told for centuries (and still are)...This one is about Shaman of old and his journeys through the spiritual world...That sums up what Ed told me about the concept for our 7th (how convenient^^) collab work. The main core of the track is Ed's work and the original length was 5:18, but I wouldn't have been Orlando if I didn't tempt to compose my longest intro to date (3:10) to inject my own fantasies about little creatures of Glen Cloy (soft spot for spiritual world..hehe..). Other than that I also added some synths arrangements and vocal samples for the rest of the track and probably ruined it a bit..haha..but that's how collabs are sometimes..:)^^.....All my thanks to Ed...and Irish ghosts ofcourse...
Description : Experimental try-out Magix MM with mainly Magix samples used.
Description : This is an "irish enhanced" version, wish you like !
Description : I made this entire song from Looperman sounds. Hope you enjoy! Evin K.
Description : This music is composed as a film script, a video clip, and I dedicate it to our friend and great guitarist "Ed" the most Irish of Canadians (Tumbleweed), who is already under snow at the heart of this friendly country called Canada ....
Sung by Jeff Grant (LoveShadow) and the text of James Joyce's poetry recited by Jaff Noël Seijas (AnchorMejans) any two that you can listen on ccMixter.
Just let his imagination wander. Thank you for listening ....
Description : Track demo i made using l and cubase , rumbling bass on an urban and ethnic beat buried in the sounds is an Irish drum called the bodrun , my own vocals and compisition , i hope you enjoy and would like feedback thanks guys ..
Description : This is a West Africa meets the West (Europe)track. I have used the West African sound as the foundation and brought in traditional Irish strings and French horns.
Description : I created this song around Carrol's lovely acapella. Hopefully I didn't ruin it. This is a mix of lovely classic irish folk with glitchy dubstep. It's almost oxymoronic.
Description : this was mixed kinda low so youll have to crank it up
Description : Hello everyone.
Here is a traditional Irish song "The moorlough Shore" which was sung by
Sinead O'Connor but also by the Corrs, but in this case I have worked around the voice of
Nabil Khazzaka Belgium. Good listening and hello to all my friends Celts.
Mixing Samplitude 11
Description : This is a short one, a driving Tech House track. I had to make this to showcase a loop that HardStyleRhythm did for the Hard Style genre. It actually has an old Irish Jig feeling to it. Also loops by Edge7, DJDuaneWoods and ScratchWeasel. I love this tune and I hope it makes you want to dance. Let me know if you like.
Description : Joe and Rob on the track...Irish Hip Hop
Description : Well myself and one of the buddys (Keano), decided it was time to try and get our names on the irish rap scene. So we spent 2 weeks writing on this track and getting another friend to make an instrumental for us.. Hope ye like it
Description : acoustic guitar, love song. cheerful, slightly irish
Description : I added some lyrics and vox to one of PEIB's awesome tracks. This is my first upload to this site and I am still very new at mixing but it sounded okay to me. Any help, tips, words of advice or feedback good or bad (seriously) would be greatly appreciated. The lyrics are about an event that actually happened, a U.S. Marine who went a little crazy during training on the shooting range and started blasting people before being gunned down himself. The lyrics reflect the way that he felt before and during the incident..... After all you "Are" made to kill in the corps.
Description : This is a cross-over track of Irish singing with a 2-step beat and ambient synths. There are a couple of variations on this song. I used the Kate Bush version.
Description : Big-t on the track
Description : aha a random track i put up in like 5 minutes
Description : (title pronounced 'uh-rahk-tus')
Here's an arrangement I put together in 2005 for guitar improvisation (I played the guitar part in one live take; the idea being to use the delay signal to mimic a duet at times, though there is only one track of one guitar present). The percussive eighth-note pattern in the background is actually the slapping the bridge of a solid-body bass guitar with the inside of my thumb -- I came across the idea by accident, heard how neat it sounded in the mix, and decided to record it as a part of the track. The idea was to weave smooth synthesizer fills here and there into certain passages to contrast with the ascending and descending guitar parts to create tension. Its title comes from the Irish, "Oireachtas" referring to a "gathering" of deliberation and contemplation.