Description : Needs lots of work, but a solid start. More lyrics need to be written. Everything is Synth except the Dark lead vocal. Yes, the Chorus vocal is Sampletank 4. Drums: AD 2 Sampletank 4 and guitars are Shreddage. I don't know, is the transition too weird? Metal to trippy psychedelic? Update 9-2-19: Added a Sub Bass and brought the guitars up in the mix. Also deleted a Vocal section to make room for a future Guitar Solo.
Description : A song with some sort of feeling to it. I can't figure out what would make a good transition from intro to verse because I feel like the drums come in to weak from the intro. Any suggestions would be helpful, this is a reoccurring issue for me. My drums will come in and it almost sounds like they're pushing a lot of the beat down, this is after I've used compression, EQ, and a limiter [not in that order except for limiter last] ~Always available for Collab]~
Description : My newest track after undergoing the transition between FL Studio and Logic Pro X! Tell me what you guys think :)
Description : trance
Description : Just something i've been working on
and just a warning, the transition between the break and the rise is terrible, so spare me from those comments.
Description : Fasten your seat belts, brace yourself, it will begin soon!
My best composition ever! Triumph, for the victory!
In fact, I had the principal theme in my head for a long time, maybe one year. But I didn't want to create this, because I thought that it would be very hard and long but finally, It's done! It takes me about two weeks to be finished.
The music begins with timbanies and staccato altos. The principal theme begins with strings and horns. Then, there is a transition in E minor. Then, the principal restarts with more attack and power. After, there is again a brake. The theme comes back gradually. Brake, and boom! Drums, horns, percussions... An epic moment in the piece. It just lacks an electric guitar. Anyway, after, there is the acoustic guitar accompanied by the flute. And then, the theme restarts to finish on a major chord.
Description : i made this track ...this is a short demo
copy right is to me (Haitham alRubaidi)
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Description : This track is almost entirely composed using EWQL or SoundOnline's Composer Cloud subscription service. I've been contemplating whether to give it a try for a while, and I'm glad I did. The only part of this composition that isn't a part of the EWQL libraries is the transition between parts (the wooshes). Some of the libraries used were Hollywood Strings & EW Silk. I recommend sticking this against a timelapse video, as that is what it's intended for.
Description : Been working on this hardcore for the past two weeks, although 'twas a bit on/off due to my new addiction to the Silent Hill games as well as @WongKiShoo's shenanigoats (Goddamnit George!). Ignore the weird deep blocky noises that shouldn't be there, I swear Looperman downsamples songs heaps and causes the subs to do that, I don't have that problem on other music sites. I Never ended up finding a full acapella but thanks to @Hektor_Thillet I did manage to at least get SOME good vox. This was a fun one though so I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it!
Oh, also the soft ending with the arps is to transition into my other song "Klokwerk" when I finally compile an EP. :)
Description : I didn't forget about meh boi Sonic, so I decided to make a remix of Marble Zone from Sonic The Hedgehog 3. I only used one loop from this website, with is the drumloop in the background. Every other sound was made by me.
P.S There is a BPM change. It changes from 130 to 154 BPM mid-song (There is a transition).
Description : Updated /18/12/2014 :fix someting, I added few brass, updated the "guitar riff" and change some transition.Hope this is better.A another epic cinematic track.There are a lot of hardcore work behind that tune. To celebrate the progression I do this years this track combine most of the elements of my previous prototypes : a epic drum beat (tournament),some panning effect (unstable waves)and more. Also in this tune there are 2 loops from here so thanks for 40A for the 1:58 choirs and jaceziii for the "brass french horn". I hope the title fit very well with this music!! btw tune are always better when you fully lisent it. like tournament I have some kind of surprise at 2:16 min. Just for fun I want to know which movie genre this tune can fit. like tournament comments I was able to make a little story and I enjoyed that :D
Description : This track is the first two sections of what will (hopefully) be a three-part piece — essentially a suite. I am posting parts 1 and 2 because I think they are ready for feedback from Looperman members. Part 3 isn’t done yet because it requires Human League style vocals from a singer with a distinct British accent. I have the melody and lyrics worked out. I sent a private message a while ago to a Looperman member who I think has the right voice for the job. But, haven’t had a response. Until I find a vocalist for it, I can’t finish the piece. In any case, the total file size of the complete piece would be greater than the Looperman limit, so it will have to be split into parts anyway.
Parts 1 and 2, in fact the whole thing, were inspired by acapellas posted here on Looperman by Jacques Demers:
If you haven’t checked out Jacques’ tracks yet, you really should. He doesn’t set them up as “featured” so it might be easy to miss them.
The harmony in Jacques’ acapellas sounded very “Beatle-ish” to me, and that made me want to try my hand at doing a George Martin style treatment. I remembered that ScottsCovers here on Looperman had mentioned an instrument called a Mellotron, which was used by the Beatles, the Moody Blues, Genesis, along with other groups of that era, so I decided to use a VST mellotron as the primary instrument for Parts 1 and 2.
The acapella in Part 2 was in a different key than the one used for Part 1, so I needed to find a chord progression in Part 1 that would modulate the key. Jacques gave me some advice on that, which you can see in the comments on his first acapella.
Part 1 has harp, mellotron flutes, clarinet, french horns, and my attempt at a Penny Lane type trumpet solo (but much simpler). Part 2 has a string ensemble, solo oboe and trumpet in unison, and some Daniel Langois type processed guitars. Both parts were recorded at 60 bpm, largely because that’s where the acapellas seemed to sync best. However, I played the instrument tracks freestyle (rubato), so the tempo actually varies somewhat. Definitely not quantized!
There is a storyline behind this track. Part 1 is the blooming stage of a relationship. Part 2 is about the relationship in decline. Part 3, with vocals, will be about ending it.
I’ve included the transition to Part 3 (which will be a more traditional synth pop section) and just a bit of the first verse backing instrumental so you can get an idea of how things are headed in the final part.
Description : My transition track here.
Want to start integrating some guitar into my tracks.
Description : Made the transition to rock a bit more considered and less brutal..also tamed down the rock section as not to clash too much with the start...also added an ending to try and tie it to the beginning better.
Description : give me 30 secs and ill give you a song that gets stuck in ya head
Description : This holds samples of 6 brilliant people with added percussion and effects by me. Explore through the electric areas of this song each unique but held together by transition and effects on it's percussive platform.
The people who played their part in this are:
(Alen9r --- Section 1 "Blossom")
(ScreamingZombie --- Transition 1 "Dubstep Bass")
(RoseErin --- Section 2 "Ripped Bass")
(JoeFunktastic --- Transition 2 "Vocal Chops (140a)")
(TheOfficialKatechism --- Section 3 "Piano / Vocal Chop")
(Refl3xDubstep --- Outro & Detail)
Enjoy all, in the ZONE!
(Check out my Soundcloud for a Free Download of this)
Description : I can't sing because I am sick, so once again I tried my hand at putting loops together into a musical composition. I'm not very good at it, my attention span is short, and I have idea how to transition a song from a pad loop over to a different sound without losing the integrity of the song. Any advice would be helpful.
The royalty-free loops I used belong to the following Looperman musicians:
*Reversed ghost vocals
Description : Well, recently made a new track! I sang vocals on this one. It's kind of like techno or new wave or synth pop. The instrumentation is primarily hardware. The drums are from the Zoom RT-123, the basses are Zoom and Microkorg. The pads are from my Korg DW-6000. The keys are Casio HZ-600. The transition sounds are from the Eat Lead Copper modular synth. Just two virtual synths used on this one. I like how the last bridge vocals turned out. I think it turned out pretty good, but I'd like to hear your views! Thanks for listening! This track is included on the Spivkurl album "Labrynth Of Self".
Description : Headphones are needed to hear the violin's broken chords 'SAIL' from left to right. Panning was my main focus in this experiment, and I'm pretty happy with how it worked out. The first two notes of each broken chord are in the left, and the last two are in the right, and thanks to EDIROL's panning device I could make that transition a smooth one. As well as this, I tried to accomplish an upbeat chorus to contrast a minor-keyed verse. I think the two more or less do compliment each other and help emulate the feel of the rocky waves during a boat cruise, before the water calms down at last. I'm also unsure as to what genre this fits into, so until further recommendation, I'm gonna class it as pop.
Description : A track i have been working on for a while, just trying to get some impact!!!!
Description : the title of the track is pretty much the title of my life right now. been making all the right moves so hopefully everything can stay on course. found a couple loops and decided to put something together. enjoy it or not
Description : Another experiment, has one weird transition, but came out pretty good;)
Description : Composed of two dramatic string piano samples in Am, a dramatic synth also in Am, three drum loops, a baseline loop, hi hat loop and a synth pluck in Am. I started off first with the two string piano samples that you can hear at the beginning of the track and thought to myself that it needed a bit more drama, so I added the synth pluck sample in Am and used delay and reverb to make it sound more like a bell ringing out. I originally thought that would be it, but then I found another dramatic synth in my sample library which was also in Am and fitted in perfectly. I then added the main drum loop and transition drum loops in the style of a commercial hip hop track.
I could not find a bass sample that went well with the track so I got my midi keyboard out and created a melody using the 3x Osc plugin.
Critical Reviews Pls
Description : im working on a few new FLP packs and i wanted to throws these in it. the transition on the second track isnt good but thats why its an FLP. Review on them please. and if you would like the FLP pack for your production its free. ill info on it when i release it. ill make it a .ZIP file. holla! TINYBEATZ.
Description : A WIP. Taking a little break from the EDM and getting back into some soul ish. It still needs a lot of work and doesn't have a proper intro or transition, but it's all made in FL studio. Let me know what you think so far.