Description : some creepy hellowin sounds: volca bass,momotron duo and sampled fm radio
Description : bass,drums and vocals magix loop collection(royalty free),rest is mine, if somebody wants to colab.(rap over melody,lyrics and etr.)you are welcome
Description : random bits of different music/sounds joined together,no samples ,on this record i extensevly "deployd" korg monotron duo in "intro",enjoy!
Description : space mucic track,all sounds ,exept for drums,pads,spich and tiny bit of sampled guitar,made with korg volca bass,it is rather old school music ,bit like french band "space",wich was,and it is popular in a fomer ussr.enjoy!
Description : This one's a bop. Definitely a feel-good beat. Let me know how its sounding
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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 : chill guitars
Description : chill guitars
Description : chill out...chrisneal-paintbrush drums and jrsaget-just tell me drums...thankx!
Description : CJ Music feat Joel Blaq
*This track is dedicated to Lil Peep and anyone who has lost their life to drugs* please pray for the addict that is still struggling today.
Desert Beats Music
Description : 32 bars I put together after i got amped off the beat. Beat made by "J1k."
Description : pretty cool track
first of that genre as i am more of a rock type of person
6/10/07 - Thanks guys for making this the top downloaded track on looperman as of today. I appreciate it. I plan to get more tracks up soon so stay tuned!
Description : Chilled out, ethereal, poignant and groovy.
Description : This one came about after looping the female Mmmm vocal. Again this one was done a long time ago. Recorded in cubase