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  1. I think I'm getting close with my mixes, I'm pretty dang happy with this, I see it's not... it's sort of crammed together, or like... forced to work, but I kinda like that. Reminds me of those 70's and 80's punk bands that produced themselves and it came out awful and gorgeous at the same time. Still suggestions are appreciated cause it could always be better. Oh yeah and the song too, I'm not... the vocal isn't kiilllling me, but with all the difficulties I've had lately I feel like I need to settle at some point just to get something out there, confidence will probably come as I get positive feedback again. Anywho... I'm talking too much, here's the song.
  2. Hey everyone, Here's a track I've been working on for a while and just finished and want to see what you think of it. This site is great for advise and I always love hearing what you think so looking forward to it. Lyrics are below. https://soundcloud.com/trou-t/dead-end-town Have you come to save us from this dead end town? Have you come to show us where to go? This place eats you so slow You never even know That this dead end town takes the best of you It takes the best of you So the sun goes down on dead end town And all the rats have gone to ground It's just us left clinging to this sinking ship And this sinking ship is going straight to hell It's going straight to hell Is it greener on the other side? Or is the whole world bathed in grey? We'll never know Stuck in this dead end place We've got one chance to get away We've gotta get away
  3. You can accuse me of being stuck in the 70s...but isn't retro really chic these days? Anyway, I wanted to do a New Wave rocker with as strong a hook as I could muster, heavy bass and some radio jingle harmonies. This final mix has the benefits of some great advice from MonoStone on my vocal style (now a lot punchier) and hacking out the outro guitar solo... Radio Love (Radio Edit) I'm writing a song they can play on the radio I'm playing a game with the words but I want to know Will you sing along or sway in a way that shows that there's a chance you'll hear what I want you to know? You can't tune out the words that I sing as the music flows Though static comes and goes My love it only grows Radio love, listen to the late night show Radio love, tuning in to what you know Radio love, catch the rhythm of my hope Radio love, it only goes to show Did you hear my song they played on the radio? It had the words I wrote just to let you know Want you to sing along in a way that shows That there's a chance we're in tune and our love can grow You can't tune out the words that I sing as the music flows Though static comes and goes My love it only grows My love it only grows Radio love, listen to the late night show Radio love, tuning in to what you know Radio love, catch the rhythm of my hope Radio love, it only goes to show It only goes to show
  4. Hi Songstuff members! Let me introduce myself! Since I was 1 year old, I was responding to music so differently. When I was 1 and half year old, when Young and Restless' orchestral theme Nadia's Theme starts to play I closed my eyes and raise my arms and clench my fist and release it repeatedly every time. Since I was 2 I've been singing for hours walking around the room. I wanted to play guitar when I was 6 but people said you're too young for it and I started playing keyboards instead. Because of my science lessons was good enough and my father cracked my mind with successful engineer's and scientist's stories, I was orientated to study science in high school. Unfortunately I was successful in Maths and Physics especially. But I always composed music, kept playing guitar that I've been playing since I was 12 and my parents bought an electric guitar that will help me improve my solo guitar skills. I was studying in science and maths department in the best high school in my home town. It has never felt completely right but I was not aware that I was in the wrong path. And in 2009 when Michael Jackson died I realized nothing is right. I realized I don't want to keep studying for the regular college exams. I could never convince my parents about getting in conservatory exams, they said when you go to college in Istanbul, you can have music lessons outside your school and make your music in your spare time with your bands. And they were aware that art is never treated specially in Turkey. Knowing I can't enter to conservatory exams, I chose Industrial Design major because of it's discipline's similarity between composing and arranging, and the relation between consumer and listener. I got in Bahcesehir University's Industrial Design department with half scholarship (Paying $7,000 a year). I have never been enough passionate about the major I studied and every year I said I don't want to study in here anymore and expressed my unhappiness saying I want to take exams for conservatories, but my father didn't allow me to drop out from the college. His researches showed music schools in İstanbul are terrible about developing students and everyone is saying teachers are cranky, above that all the schools are teaching classic music, there is no music school that teaches Contemporary music for students who are prone to Jazz based music styles. This year is my last year in university, I passed all the lessons with success so far. In 2011 I started singing lessons as my teacher is still Timur Selçuk; well known pianist, composer, conductor and singer in Turkey, and France, for 60s and 70s. I am also the score writer of plays in my schools Theater of Bahçeşehir University in 2012 (The Good Person of Szechwan by Brecht and All My Sons by Arthur Miller). I take a lot of time for the passion and purpose of my life. My university classes are really stressing and difficult but in all the times I create, I dedicate myself to my music. In my second year of college I accepted to be the composer of music's in two theater plays of the Bahcesehir University, the time I spend on composing the scores gave me peace. And I hope music will be my main responsibility, as this responsibility will bring me joy, happiness and peace, no matter how tiring it will be. I love being on stage, composing and collaborating with different musicians.