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#2817866 - 11/28/16 12:08 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: MathOfInsects]
Al Quinn Offline
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#2819255 - 12/05/16 05:20 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Al Quinn]
JWhllr Offline
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHagQa8prfU&feature=youtu.be

just a run of a ballad, with a bit of iReal backing... more playing than actual practice, but trying to get into the habit of recording myself warts and all so I can start getting rid of all those bad habits I don't notice while I'm playing. Any comments welcomed and appreciated!
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#2820093 - 12/08/16 08:53 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Lindaru]
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https://soundcloud.com/user3642561/groovin

sampled a drum loop out of a song I like and recorded a little jam over it. nothing too special, but I liked the feel of it today and decided to record something.

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#2820680 - 12/11/16 11:26 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: scottasin]
Lindaru Offline
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Nice, Scott!

like

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#2820950 - 12/13/16 07:58 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: JWhllr]
Joe P Offline
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Nice playing, JW. thu

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#2822575 - 12/21/16 01:00 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Joe P]
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Not that it would be something special, everybody has to start somewhere...

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#2822588 - 12/21/16 05:08 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: zoranko]
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CIAO!!!!

Our XMAS video is here!

With a little tribute to Greg Lake too (first part is a cover of famous italian prog song)

Merry XMAS to everyone!!!!!


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#2824158 - 12/28/16 04:50 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Dave Bryce]
SteveCoscia Offline
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I enjoy the KC Forum and 95% of my time here is reading the insightful remarks of those who are still actively involved in performing and recording. Much is learned here - the KC Forum is a valuable brain trust.

Some of you may know that I am a customer service consultant who serves the technical trades and educational videos are a frequent deliverable. It was during a recent educational video shoot that I needed a diversion and asked my video guy if we could take a break from the curriculum and have a little fun.

So we invested a few minutes of me playing a tune. It's not perfect, but it's fun to play. Hope you enjoy it.

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#2824165 - 12/28/16 06:12 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: SteveCoscia]
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Nicely done! And the PX-560 acquits itself pretty nicely, too!
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#2824175 - 12/28/16 06:56 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: SteveCoscia]
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Good job, Steve! Thanks for sharing that. smile

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#2824185 - 12/28/16 08:16 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Joe Muscara]
Mitch Towne Offline
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Some straight-ahead on the Crumar Mojo (on a rickety X-stand).

https://youtu.be/tA3aPp7p5lg

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#2824293 - 12/28/16 04:29 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Mitch Towne]
Jazzooo Offline
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Nice, Mitch.

Here is an original ballad with my trio, recorded live in a concert two weeks ago:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAtUc2uDF9A

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#2825580 - 01/03/17 02:59 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Jazzooo]
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Here's the latest video from our adaptation of T. S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" - I posted an earlier video of a different part at

http://forums.musicplayer.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/2820568/Prufrock_album_now_available#Post2820568

but having remembered this thread was here, I figured maybe it would make more sense to post the new video here. I don't want to monopolize Shameless Plugs and keep knocking other people off the front page with new posts in that old thread! But I do want to share the stuff. So... see what you think... This song isn't quite as "flashy" in the keyboard department as the two songs in the earlier video, but it's still pretty keyboard-intensive, just in a different way. It's the "finale" of the 16-track suite.

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#2825597 - 01/03/17 05:18 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: AnotherScott]
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Here's a rough mix of a new tune I finished a couple weeks ago.

WILL YOU FOLLOW
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#2825604 - 01/03/17 05:40 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: justin_havu]
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Originally Posted By: justin_havu
Here's a rough mix of a new tune I finished a couple weeks ago.

WILL YOU FOLLOW

Nice... At the beginning, to be honest, I thought it was going to be kind of ordinary, but you quickly started taking it in more interesting directions. Question, what's the electric guitar patch you use? (It sounds just not-quite-real enough that I think it's a keyboard and not an actual guitar, but it's still really good.)
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#2825615 - 01/03/17 06:09 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: AnotherScott]
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Originally Posted By: AnotherScott
Question, what's the electric guitar patch you use? (It sounds just not-quite-real enough that I think it's a keyboard and not an actual guitar, but it's still really good.)


The electric guitar is an actual electric guitar--a cheap Silvertone strat clone through Amplitube. I'm not much of a guitar player, so if I can't play what's in my head, I'll use Musiclab RealLPC through Amplitube. The synth solo is an Ensoniq ESQ-1 through a Lexicon MPX-110 with a short delay.

This tune was a bit inspired by listening to Steve Porcaro's new album (especially the break before the synth solo); easy for the average listener to digest, but interesting enough for me so if I have to play it live, I don't get bored with it. lol. It started out with me improving with Ample Guitar T II for awhile until I came upon the opening progression.
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#2825618 - 01/03/17 06:16 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: justin_havu]
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Originally Posted By: justin_havu
The electric guitar is an actual electric guitar--a cheap Silvertone strat clone through Amplitube.

LOL, so much for my thinking it was a keyboard! I think it was a bend that made it sound keyboard-y to me. But the fact that it was real also at least explains why I thought it was such an impressivey real sounding guitar sound. ;-)
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#2825702 - 01/04/17 06:45 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: AnotherScott]
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Could also be that I was running it through Amplitube. lol. If one is not careful with that plugin, or anything like it (Guitar Rig, TH2, etc.), it can sound fake. I'm still wrapping my head around it.
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#2827107 - 01/10/17 09:36 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: justin_havu]
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Not quite as bad as Jump, but still 80's pop candy. Recorded a couple days ago on a cell phone during band rehearsal.

All keyboard sounds are Kronos except the 'B3/leslie' is stock NS2. Octave synth is slightly tweaked factory patch, harmonica layer on intro/break/outro is factory, wurly is factory.



~ vonnor



Edited by vonnor (01/10/17 09:40 AM)
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#2828257 - 01/15/17 07:53 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: vonnor]
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My originals band hit the studio to record a couple new tunes, check 'em out!

Bad Love
The Farfisa is coming from my Electro 3 and the Hammond from my Electro 4D. Pretty simple parts but they serve the song well I think.

Kids in the 90s
Lots going on in this one - Piano parts are the Grand Lady D from and NP2, though I think the engineer replaced the piano solo intro with a different software piano (not sure which one). The piano solo also quotes two 90s-era themes that you might recognize if, like me, you were a kid in the 90s.

Synth bass on this song was played by our bass player on his Minilogue. He also played the buzzy synth sound on the chorus (also Minilogue). The square-wave sounding synth is from the Nord sample library. I also played the string parts on the bridge using one of the studio's sample libraries.

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#2828442 - 01/16/17 04:35 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Dave Bryce]
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Primarily a guitarist but have been playing keys for about 10 years now. Here are a few tracks.

https://soundcloud.com/you/tracks
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#2828487 - 01/16/17 07:11 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Joe Muscara]
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Here's something really different form me:

co-composed with Keli Marks who programmed the repeating chordal pattern which begins at 1:10 after my synth intro, and then it's mostly a vehicle for my piano solo played on Ivory's Italian Grand. Very little editing done to the solo (which I'm proud of), just cleaned up one or two double notes.

I FORGOT MY LIFE
https://soundcloud.com/jazzooo/16-i-forgot-my-life

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#2828584 - 01/16/17 11:58 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Jazzooo]
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I did this back when I was studying The Equal Interval System as homework. I didn't "play" any of this. It's all point and click on to the staff or input from the keyboard, but it's an example of going from concept to demo. There are so many ways to get ideas for writing a song...put up a drum loop and try and find some changes you like and then find the melody, let your fingers do the wandering and see if they do something that you like, look at a set of lyrics and set them to music, etc. All are valid ways to work. This is another approach:

https://vimeo.com/199365529

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#2828668 - 01/16/17 05:28 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: linwood]
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Linwood I hate you. grin
Anyway, for over 20 years now I have known that you are the man! twothumbs
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#2828670 - 01/16/17 05:41 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: davedoerfler]
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After being out of the game for over a year, I've found a band I want to play with! Amazingly enough, it was the very first people I happened to jam with since getting a different job/a schedule that allows me to play music, and its pretty much exactly what I like playing. High energy folk/rock music, sometimes even borderline punk. I've only played with em a few times but we've already got two shows under our belt, playing almost all original tunes by the songwriter. I'm excited to write some actual parts for these songs rather than just improving with the progression.

We're currently without a bass player or drummer, which has made me much more aware of what my left hand is doing. I'm definitely trying to beef up my consistency and trying to remember to hit the big root notes to fill out the sound. I imagine we'll fill out the rhythm section eventually though.

Here's two songs, one on a real acoustic piano that was at the first place we played, and one from the second night featuring accordion.

https://www.facebook.com/housewithayard/
https://www.facebook.com/housewithayard/videos/1479361365408635/
https://www.facebook.com/sean.fazzini.31/videos/748537138636181/

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#2828679 - 01/16/17 06:35 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: scottasin]
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Thanks, Dave. Most of the stuff I do is really commercial type stuff. It's good to explore other types of music though and different writing concepts. That piece sounds harder than it really is. Not hard to do.

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#2828708 - 01/16/17 08:25 PM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: linwood]
Al Quinn Offline
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Originally Posted By: linwood
I did this back when I was studying The Equal Interval System as homework. I didn't "play" any of this. It's all point and click on to the staff or input from the keyboard, but it's an example of going from concept to demo. There are so many ways to get ideas for writing a song...put up a drum loop and try and find some changes you like and then find the melody, let your fingers do the wandering and see if they do something that you like, look at a set of lyrics and set them to music, etc. All are valid ways to work. This is another approach:

https://vimeo.com/199365529

Love it! Great work
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#2829627 - 01/20/17 03:27 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Dave Bryce]
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Unforgettable Homelands produced a song regarding the genocide of Pontic Greeks at the hands of Ottoman Turks. Our goal was to make known, one of the most tragic crimes in the modern European history, to those people that donít know much about it, or have never heard of it.

We present this to you, with respect to the memory of all those lost.

353000 (English)
https://youtu.be/D_jedaR6Sf8

Bandcamp site
https://antonisadelf...om/album/353000

Thanks.
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#2830114 - 01/22/17 05:45 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: UnderGroundH]
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Had a trio hit at the Coronado Library on Friday. Here is an original of mine called 'Ilfracombe'. Forgive the iPhone on the piano audio quality.

Ilfracombe MP3
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#2830159 - 01/22/17 10:38 AM Re: Let's hear it!!! Post your music here! [Re: Bobadohshe]
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I actually had this up on Shameless Plugs but, as luck would have it, it was quickly bounced down by another post, and then I was reminded about this thread, so I figured I'd post here as well...

This is the 15-song suite that makes up our adaptation of T. S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" - I know, it's a bit of a commitment to watch the whole thing, but hopefully some of you guys will like it! Some pieces are folkier, or rockier, or jazzier, or proggier... I like to think it's pretty eclectic, but still has a coherent, cohesive sound that is ours. Anyway, to anyone willing to watch, thanks! (And if you could hit a "thumbs up" on the youtube video and/or leave a comment, that would be cool, too...)

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