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  1. It's been a while since I posted any new music here. I've been busy creating the orchestral sample library that I used in this piece of music, but now that I'm done with the library, I can turn my attention to composing music again. Cemetery For The Soul I started with the guitars, synth and drum tracks created by Scott Thomson and added all the orchestra stuff. As always all comments are welcome, but I'm mostly looking for feedback that I can keep in mind and use as I work on the next thing I do. Paul
  2. Sorry for the sloppiness. I just wrote this minutes ago and by the time I finally filmed it, my fingers were hurting pretty bad. This will have vocals, another guitar,bass and drums. This is just the main part. I wanted feedback before I actually started recording
  3. Looking to improve the music in any way possible
  4. So my band, Seismosphere, put out this song as a single three days ago in promotion for our upcoming album, Elytra. And why, you might ask, didn't I post it here sooner? ...Kinda forgot....whoops. Anyways, this is "Questions for the Cosmos", which will be the ninth track on Elytra. A bit of background on us considering this is my first instance of uploading Seismosphere content to this forum, my longtime friend John Stewart and I formed this band in 2014, and we've been steadily putting out albums, EPs, and singles since then. So this is just the latest release from us and is in no way our "first song" or whatever. We in fact encourage you to go back and check out some of our material from eons long as it isn't from our piece-of-shit first album. Enough about that, onto this track. "Questions for the Cosmos" is a song I wrote (though all songs are credited to "John Stewart and Brandon Davis") back in October of 2016. Between September and November of that year, I went through a bit of an existential crisis, constantly tripping balls on the concept of consciousness, life, and especially death or the lack of existing. Luckily, this killed all my moody teenage angst about life not being worth living and crap - now I fear death like the plague! Yippie! So in the turbulence of this, out pops this track, and honestly I think it's one of my best compositions. There's psychedelic goodness to be found, and I'm pretty proud of the chord progression/melody combo. The cover art was especially way out there for us to do, but then again, a lot of our artwork nowadays is becoming more involved and/or surreal than two years ago. Give it a listen, and tell us what you drink. ...wait a second... ...nope, that's right. Licensed under Creative Commons (Attribution/Non-Commercial/Share-Alike) Composed by John Stewart and Brandon Davis
  5. Here's my most recent one.
  6. Hi all - I started this yesterday morning as I was going to do a hip hop track to post up for Aloproductions. It kind of took a different route and then I thought about the track @Steve Mueske posted recently with the short different parts woven together and decided to try something like that. It's not as technical as Steve's track, as I am so far away from that level, but felt there was something interesting in this. So, looking for some feedback on all aspects of it - I feel like it needs something else in there, something big near the end, but any suggestions and critique would be welcome. Cheers Okay - I purchased Ozone 7 Elements today and wanted to do a quick comparison of the same song, but with one of the master presets. I tweaked it slightly and this is it - it was the Electronic preset. Let me know what you think of the difference and does it feel like a mastered track? I should add I lowered the stereo out volume by 5.5db prior to mastering and reduce the threshold in Ozone so that the Loudness wasn't ear splitting, which is why they both sound about the same level. There are other plugins on this track, which help to boost the volume of the overall track - this is more for the clarity and whether you can tell there is a difference.
  7. Hey guys, wacht my track, give me some feedback, it's important to grow the feedback. Everyone need it. Thank you
  8. So I've written more to this since this and yes I know this recording is sloppy and not as fluent as it should be. I'm still in the writing faze of this so suggestions is what I'm looking for or maybe some ideas on where to go from here. If I should scrap it, keep it, and so on. Hope to hear back from you all!!
  9. Hey guys! I recently put out an album about two months ago, and I figured I would post this one in the instrumentals section. This is one of two instrumental tracks on the album. The name of the song stems from "Echo and Narcissus," a chapter of Ovid's "Metamorphoses" that details several stories of Roman Mythology. The idea of this instrumental was to create the image of Narcissus falling deeply in love with the reflection of himself in the water and gazing at it until his death, fading into nothing as a single flower grows in place of where he last laid. I had a friend that played open mics with an old band of mine provide the saxophone on the recording. I would love to hear what you think, and if you dig this track, there's several others on my YouTube channel that are available for you to listen to if you're interested!
  10. This is one of the first songs I've made. Its pretty simple with a repeating backing track and two improvised guitar solos overlaying each other throughout the song. Any criticism would be really helpful, thanks!
  11. Composed this one several years ago and never shared it much. Listen to the end as it builds throughout...Hope you enjoy.
  12. Hi. It's the first time I write a topic. please leave your comment freely. Thanks.
  13. Has a few audio issues, but I like it.
  14. Hi all. critique and assistance required. Okay, i have two parts that should go together, but are in a different feel. I was wondering if anyone has examples of sextuplet shuffle feels moving to standard feel? The intro part and first musical hook is in a sextuplet shuffle feel. The chorus set for this song is in a standard measure. as below. I need to be able to 'effortlessly' transition from one to the other. I could always do it with a multi bar guitar fade on the common chord, to make the feel change less disjointed, but i think that's lazy. disregard the solos, i won't keep them, it's actually the chorus and will have vocal lines over it. Thanks!
  15. Here's the first thing I ever finished. A huge step for me. It's just a hard rock romp I made for cranking in the car,so it's vest loud. Any critique is welcome.
  16. So this is a instrumental demo I made that I think I'm going to use for the intro to my EP. As you may hear in part of the song, my 2 year old came into my studio area while I was recording, but her voice sounded so pure with the song that I decided to just keep it. Thanks for the feedback!
  17. Hi guys. i am working on a beat/song. i am a beginner on music production. i would really appreciate all the feedback and comments about this work in prog. and ofcours if you have any ideas about making it to a real song, im all ears! peace
  18. Hi, thats a song i made today using GarageBand and my new 12 strings guitar (im not a good guitar player, just for fun). Hope you can tell what you think about the song and mix in general. Thanks.
  19. I recorded this a few years ago and now that I'm putting out a solo album I was thinking it might be a nice last song.. a reprise of sorts. This is the only recording I have of it right now and I know that I could play it much better today than I did 6 years ago. Is it worth it? Do I need to add some bass or something lower or do you think the mando can stand alone? I realize there are severe tempo issues in the piece so that's a no brainer to fix but I'm more interested if it's even worth my time. Thanks for whatever you can offer.
  20. Hi guys, I hope all is well out there I don't have the usual song to share but I've been experimenting with sounds on logicX and just thought I'd share a very short track. Nothing special or anything so you don't have to type out long critiques, this is just for fun I was going for a space vibe at first but it came out a little bit different in the end. Hope you dig it, Ken
  21. Producing abnormal electronic music and abstract patterns out of Portland, OR. Inspired creative productions while watching Mad Max: Fury Road.
  22. Hi everyone, I hope everyone is doing just great, Just exported a new song and I really appreciate your thoughts and opinions
  23. Hi, I'm currently working on a new album , the album style is kinda oriented on the track style above (included), what you guys think what I could add or remove ? thank you
  24. I wrote and recorded a lot of music back in the 1980s, most of which I have never shared with the world until now because I have tended to post stuff I have written more recently. But I have been thinking that some of my stuff from back then was maybe OK and I am starting work on a new album of 1 on 1 recordings in my kitchen where I do some more up to date digital versions of my old songs. I won't be rewriting lyrics - much as I'd like to in some cases - though I will be rearranging songs that were too long or too self-indulgent. Anyway, in reviewing my old analogue tapes I came across two instrumentals I recorded back in September 1983 - Desert Lakes At Dawn and Desert Lakes At Dusk. The musical theme is the same running through both but with a different mood and atmosphere. In '....At Dusk' I play the piano and the guitar which was no mean feat as I can't play the piano (that's obvious!) and I was sitting on the piano stool playing each instrument alternatively. My question is whether you think the sound quality is good enough to share with the world? You can hear a bit of tape wow at times but all I have done to these recordings is play them into an MP4 recorder and amplify them a bit. The performance of the music could be less hesitant too, I feel.