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Pump E

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  1. I hadn't heard of that 'till now, I'll give it a go! Thanks a ton!
  2. Seeking a vocalist for a track I'm nearly finished making! Song's key is F and BPM is 147. Choruses and bridge are instrumental so only need two verses from you I'm new to the track producing thing and am by no means professionally experienced haha. I have lyrics already written as well as the keys for all the notes, which are represented through piano keys on the track itself. (may not stay there, just for the vocalist to follow) Reply here if you're interested and contact me on soundcloud! "User 155413641" Track is based on this ad: Thank you!
  3. Hey all, I've been hitting a roadblock with my song that I'm very pssionate about. I'm rebooting the theme from the Atari 2600 Centipede commercial in a whole song, and am trying to recreate the choir they have in the chorus. The issue, as you may have guessed, is that I don't know how to recreate a choir, with notes I can change at the tempo my chorus is in. I don't have a real choir or vocal abilities so I'm curious, how can I replicate the choir in the chorus of this song?
  4. I'm Pump E. I love various types of music, video games and movies as well. I play the drums, but as for making tracks, I strongly lack any experience. My desire for a full version of the Atari 2600 Centipede commercial song is what brought me to making my first track, and brought me to these forums as well. There seems to be some kind folk here and I'm happy to come along