Description : It was the first track I created after purchasing my M-Audio Producer mic and Avid Keystudio midi keyboard. It was a lot of fun to make, and I definitely get into it every time. I like to imagine it having had a small part in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, but that's just me. Hope you fellow Loopers enjoy it, it's good to be back!
Description : I wrote this piece since one of my bros requested a song be made for him before he deploys on orders. The first attempt was an electronic track that I just wasn't feeling. At all. So instead I went back to the drawing board, made new beats and came back with this. Played just three simple chords and man, it just took off with a life its own. Its got a bit of an old school rap vibe to it, so I really get into listening to it with its repetition and easy flow beat.
I think I'm going to put it up for download so any rappers can cut it as needed and drop lyrics on it. If you do so, please get a hold of me so that way I can check your work. Thanks for listening!
Description : For the time being, it's meant to be a theme song for my friend Daniel, who's wanting to start up a television show out of his bedroom. A superhero-esque show similar to The Flash.
Either way, I'm not even sure what he's actually calling it. I just remember that being a tossed around name or something. I just wanted to upload the track and get opinions from my fellow Loopers.
Description : My first electronica commission for Gaia Online, serving as payment to susrrarnights (her name just happened to make a cool title [subject to change at her request]). Straight forward epic bass fun, no way around it. No deviation, catchy groove, chill out track for sure. Why did I make this you ask? To get some kick ass avi art made for myself and my awesome friend Mandy! We're nerds like that! Don't hate!
Description : Second attempt at a "dubstep" approach... I'm getting better, but I don't have an event editor to really control LFO's and the wobs like I'd like. Kind of a shame, but oh well. Anyway! It's untitled as of now, and I'm waiting to see if my friend will name it. She says she's not good at that sort of thing, but we'll see. Feedback appreciated, comments are welcomed, please enjoy it and if anyone wants to colab or anything PLEASE let me know. I'm anxious to get my name out there, even if I'm only throwing a few samples your way to add to tracks and call it a colab. I love the camaraderie and want to see those of you DJ'ing out there actually playing things I helped make. Serious props if you got video and tagged me too. Anyway, enjoy! Turn up the bass and let those 'phones make you get lost in the music.
Description : I got sidetracked last night working on material for my horror rock band, and ended up making my first Einvolk piece in a year or more. It's definitely Blutengel influenced now that I think about it, but I still love it. It's short, and a track in my mind, about two vampires that are truly content spending eternity together, hence the wedding vows during the track. Give it a listen and who knows? You might even enjoy it.
Description : Cheesy, campy horror punk track inspired by and in a way written for a friend of mine. I'm a punk addict and have been doing what I can to make my own as of late. This is the latest, next to some acoustic tracks I've done. It's been featured on Underground Horror Radio (internet punk station) and will be on an upcoming show of Loud and Local on 94.9 if I understand correctly from Jake.
The secondary guitar in the second verse and chorus series is really what makes it for me. The vox aren't the best, as I'm not really a singer, but I've been doing what I can. So it is what it is.
Description : Today I just decided to sit down and write a new track since no one had gotten a hold of me to hang out. So, I opened up Mixcraft, brought out my LPK 25 and set myself to work. I wasn't sure what I was going to do, a piano piece or an electronic one. I ended up going with a piano piece, and it's sort of my little homage to Alice: Madness Returns, since I was of course a fan (and still own an original PC copy of) American McGee's Alice. Plus it's giving me more experience with writing piano lines, something in all my years I haven't done too much of. Hopefully some of you fellow Alice loving Loopers and piano lovers will enjoy the track. And yes, as is my style, strings are involved also. I'm a huge strings guy.
Description : A friend of mine is a student studying cinematography in college. While on this break of his, he's wanting to make music videos for some of my songs. Since he picked out the ones he enjoyed, and wanted me to replicate the feeling of them, I set out to create an all new track with similarities. Sadly however, it falls short of the emotion I wanted it to carry since producing Your Heart in My Hands. That's going to be my prize piece for a while I believe. But still, I continued on to finish this song and I am still happy with it; even if it's not the star song I wished to create. I at the least hope that some of you here on the Looper enjoy the song, as well as my friend whom will be hearing it for the first time once uploaded on here to be shared on Facebook.
Description : Taking a small break from electronica, I decided I wanted to write a piece much more human in nature. A few days ago I had gone through a break up, and I haven't entirely expressed myself in dealing with the situation. I've been much more on the go, trying to stay busy and all. So today, I had decided to sit down and attempt a piano piece. What came from my hour or so of just sitting here trying a few things culminated this, a piece I'm very much proud of. I've left in imperfections as well. I truly wanted an emotional piece that was me. Titling it came easy, I just sort of typed a name as I was saving the file. But I'm not sure that My Heart in Your Hands isn't a more fitting title. And it may be, so I may yet change it. Either way, that should hopefully explain this track. With any luck, it may even end up on my band's second part to our two part EP couple. In this version I added simple drums as I thought they would be fun, in another version I may remove them entirely. Regardless, I hope you enjoy this track my fellow loopers.
Description : My (now ex) girlfriend gave me the title before I even set down to work on the song. The whole idea for doing a song like this anyways was due to the Facebook group I belong to, Nerds United. I said I'd make the group a song for everyone in there to have for free, both for them to enjoy and hopefully share with friends and get my R.S.S. project out there for others to hear. Guess we'll see though, eh? Note: The present version was edited to have lower drum levels in comparison with the previous version.*
Description : I wrote this track for the Toujours Jeune Photography website my friend Stacy owns and runs. It was inspired by looking at one of my best friend's pics in her gallery, where he's holding his baby daughter at his wedding. It's a pretty straight piece I first composed with Magith, then later changed the VST over to a more realistic piano setting. Let me know what you guys think.
Description : This is my first electronica song I've made in a long, long time. My (now ex) girlfriend was "hounding" me to write her a song for a while, so I sat down and made this project. Surely it's not what she was after, but hey, a song's a song. I'm even letting her title it (Angie's Race was the decided title). So I'll edit that after she figures out what she wants to call it. I'm really proud of this track. Sure, it has a "hook" that actually sits in the background and carries the whole song. But if it wasn't there I don't think the song would be anywhere near as powerful. Give it a spin and let me know what you think.
Description : Just something I put together. Two areas are in 16 bar format, as I was originally going to ask two people to put video game inspired verses over this and possibly work out a hook. For now it's simply called Videogamestrumental, and has a few sounds in it. I really love the arps I had to work with. They really fill out the song for me. It's short, as most of my tracks always are. Still, I really enjoyed making this track and having fun with it. I hope that all of you enjoy it in your own way also.
Description : I have to get up in a few hours at the time I'm posting this, but I couldn't sleep. So I thought to make a track of random noises and broken instruments because I could have had sworn there was a "noise" genre here on Looperman. To my dismay there is not, so instead I am marking this track as ambient, for in essence it is. What I do like about this track is that it's short, yet it has a mystery about it and how it does seem to flow pretty well together, despite the instrumentation having no rhythm at all, really. Better still, one can easily take it and use parts of it in their own tracks should they wish to download it and chop it up to do so. Either way, I should hope you enjoy this random track. It's quite strange.
Description : Note: I redid the vox with the new mic. They sound much, much better now. Give it a listen. /Note Just telling a story how it is, and further exploring myself in the area of hip hop. This is my second serious attempt at a rap. I know the vox will come off as harsh, as I'm only using a standard PC mic to do this with. I'm not bankin' enough to have serious equipment, but I make do with what I got. I at least hope you guys can understand the lyrics and get the meaning. Many special thanks to PianoSounds for his awesome samples that really make this song. Peace.