Description : Old school yet new school type feel.
Bass driven with an assortment of strings including a synth string so it sounds a little unauthentic (but that is intentional) and a trumpet.
I made this track a while back but I finally got around to mixing it.
Description : The start...
I bought myself an electric guitar and that was the initial start for this song. After some chords i thought it would be nice with a vocal track and one of the best sources for that is just looperman. So i found EpicRecord and Yeah. Then i needed background vocals and turned to one of my previous songs and found Charlene's voice. After a while i found Janis71 and her work and it was merged into the song.
But I must say what I'm most proud of in this song is the trumpet and saxophone work . I really wish I could play that instrument for real and not just on the keyboard.
Description : A song I made when I had a bad day.
I tried a trumpet in this track, I hope you like it.
I also want to know your opinion.
Please, write in the comments.
Description : A sassy song about feeling confident.
Bass Synth: @Aereas
Drums: @WeazelBeats @PianoSounds
Trumpet Synth: @Lionel422
Build & Crash FX: @Lionel422 @digitalSKYY
Vocals & Lyrics: @sengalounh
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 : This is a unique arrangement of the classical Canon by Pachelbel (key of Eb), arranged and recorded by SS Phillips. Orchestrated by instruments from Ableton Live.
Originally written for violins, this includes a solo violin, violin section, trumpet section, and cello.
Description : A pleasant but sharp taste... . Rich, full feeling at the back of the palate with a fresh aroma that can wake the dead.
Something about the trumpet is this track reminds me of drinking my sunday coffee.
Description : this is my latest song with kamoflage acapella, enjoy!
Description : trumpet surrounds different metals
Description : High energy Jazz feel, with thanks to my muted trumpet friend and flute player.
Description : the body is heavy upon webbed feet but the head bobs up and down on long extended neck as the goose forages in the snow. old school trombone and trumpet samples mixed in FL Studio. pentatonic starting on c. would like to develop a perc groove and a string break section. for a photo by Robin Lusk http://audiosparksforart.com/project/goose-eating-snow/
Description : Do not freak out just because this is jazz! There's also blues, rock, funk and a little hip hop in it to break up the deep, chillout jazz sections - gets particularly rocking then funky at the end. Main bassline (the track's foundation) is recycled leftover slide resonator guitar parts detuned one octave to make a slide bass sound. Also features: piano, violin, hammered dulcimer, organ, ethereal pad guitar, bass guitar, jazz/blues/rock electric guitar and multiple programmed acoustic drumkits. This was difficult to make at times as I thought I needed more leads parts eg from sax or trumpet. But I'm happyish with the end result. I expect very little interest in this as it's both jazz and long jazz. But it's also an unusual type of genre-mixing jazz. So, leave your thoughts, good or bad, if you like...
Description : Lounge tune made in the middle of november when the temperature dropped quickly :-)
Trumpet is (as always) the Yamaha EX5 VL-instrument ;-)
Description : 'In Paris With You' is a poem by James Fenton about breaking up. I found this audio reading of that poem a few years ago on the net (gone since, would like to give credits). I took out the parts of the rendition that fitted the mood of this track. The sensual singing is by Janis71 (merci!), courtesy of LooperMan. I went for an 'early Enigma'-sound combined with a lazy jazz-trumpet and rich ambient violins, giving it the big city-feel I love so much in soundtracks like Last Tango, Taxidriver and work by Lalo Schifrin (the melancholic parts of Rollercoaster). This is also a hommage, certainly, to Serge Gainsbourg.
Description : Jazz piece that reminds me of a great friend. I asked a close friend of my myne to go and study music because I had already started so that we can form a music band. He chose to play trumpet. I did this track and let him listen to it for comments. He was happy and asked me what was my star. I said I am a scorpio. He the named this track THE JOURNEY OF THE SCORPIO. He passed away just two days after listen to this track
Description : Second track - after 'Costello' - in my 'The Paris Tapes'-project. Nu Jazz/Chillout. This track features a rap by Kcentric on ccMixter. Kcentrix is an electronic music composer and lyricist who carves out a unique niche by fusing Hip Hop, Jazz, Spoken Word, Breakbeat, and Electronic styles. I incorporated (parts) of his rap 'Dream Of You' in this laid back, short groove, highlighted by Miles Davis-inspired muted trumpet-sounds. This, again, is an attempt to create a 'big city vibe'. It's part of a project wich I hope to finish this year, featuring (jazz)artists from all over the world in unusual musical settings, created by me. PS: the beautiful face in the picture is of former adult performer Sasha Grey. The pic is from the the 2009 movie 'The Girlfriend Experience' by Steven Soderbergh, a film that made a big impression on me. It's a drama set in the days leading up to the 2008 Presidential election, and centered on a high-end Manhattan call girl meeting the challenges of her boyfriend, her clients, and her work. As far as 'big city' is concerned, this is the soundtrack-feel I'm looking for.
Description : Lullaby by Favoino Brothers (French Horn & Trumpet) feat. Street Poet. A R&B song....a tender lullaby to a little girl.
Description : Well, this is my first try in the world of music production! It's pretty catchy; something you'd play as background music in a movie. The name says it all- it's modern music, with some country guitar and touches of trumpet. Enjoy, and tell me about it! :)
Description : 120bpm house track. Percussive, skippy beats and a muted trumpet throughout the song. Many thanks to RomyHarmony for making her vocals available for use!
Description : Feel good number with a trumpet and trombone duet solo in the middle. From the soon to be released CD "Never Lost Just Misplaced"
Description : Lots of brass with a tight trumpet solo well worth waiting for.
Description : Created with FL Studio 8: 2 sets of custom drums and kicks, 4 trumpet riffs, jazz guitar riff by ferryterry.
Description : Includes a VL-model of a trumpet :-) (EX5R at work)
Description : Cheap Ludibrio on the trumpet and I did some fusion of jazz, funk and electro featuring one of Patricia Edwards wonderfull acapellas and ferryterrys funky jazzdrum.
Description : Had a bit of writers block, and i havent been to this site in a long time. So i wanted to upload the finished version of what i made from the samples i got here.
"Intro in D triplet feel"(Bebop)
"You Make Me Fall In Love Again"(PatriciaEdwards)