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First test with vocals

edited September 19 in Creations

Hey guys,

I have been a little bit away because of personal issues. It’s crazy how time just isn’t enough….
Anyways, I came home early from work cuz I was feeling sick and created this little loop. It’s raw in that I didn’t spend any time fixing it. It just is what it is, I guess. Anyways, this place is my new temple so I come here to talk to god and y’all, so sorry if what you hear is not worthy… but I’m sure I will be forgiven. Peace !!!

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  • edited September 19

    @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:
    Your voice?

    Yeah, and the words were honestly the first things that came to my mind. Which is crazy because I have been struggling with proving myself to myself lately.

  • This is so vibey!!!!! 🔥

    You sound great!

  • @magnusovi said:

    @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:
    Your voice?

    Yeah, and the words were honestly the first things that came to my mind. Which is crazy because I have been struggling with proving myself to myself lately.

    Nice chops. Satisfying yourself is always the biggest hurdle. I can relate.

  • This is nice

  • edited September 20

    @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:
    Your voice?

    @ipadbeatmaking said:
    This is so vibey!!!!! 🔥

    You sound great!

    Thanks man!> @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:

    @magnusovi said:

    @Wrlds2ndBstGeoshredr said:
    Your voice?

    Yeah, and the words were honestly the first things that came to my mind. Which is crazy because I have been struggling with proving myself to myself lately.

    Nice chops. Satisfying yourself is always the biggest hurdle. I can relate.

    Thanks for the support!

  • @u0421793 said:
    This is nice

    Thanks man. Music means so much to me, and my music meaning anything to anyone is a big deal to me so I really appreciate you letting me know you thought this way nice.

  • Your voice is amazing. I could have sworn that was George Michael. Great job.

  • @richardyot said:
    Your voice is amazing. I could have sworn that was George Michael. Great job.

    Thanks! I attribute a great deal of it to magicdice lol.

  • edited September 20

    I wouldn't try to 'fix' this. Very often, the first take of a song has character that gets lost in the cleanup process. I dig the slow, steady, driving groove that you captured. Your voice works perfectly with this. It reminds me a little bit of the old Motown classic 'Mercy. Mercy Me', by Marvin Gaye. If anything, I would just add a few bits here and there, but keep all the original tracks as-is.

    I like how you refer to your creative space as your 'temple'. My temple is a director's chair on my patio overlooking my back yard. I also talk to God when I am out there. Sometimes, He talks back! We are all worthy and forgiven, and that's a really good thing.

  • Very nice stuff and a great voice. It reminds me of the spectacular voice of Kazzrie Jaxsen. Listen to her sing “How Deep Is The Ocean”…

    https://www.newartistsrecords.com/1030-for-the-beauty

    @Paulieworld, I may be wrong but I think our friend is referring to ABF as his new “temple”. Well, we’re better than a lot of false gods, right?

  • This is wonderful. Like a collaboration between Marvin Gaye and Burial.

  • edited September 20

    @Paulieworld said:
    I wouldn't try to 'fix' this. Very often, the first take of a song has character that gets lost in the cleanup process. I dig the slow, steady, driving groove that you captured. Your voice works perfectly with this. It reminds me a little bit of the old Motown classic 'Mercy. Mercy Me', by Marvin Gaye. If anything, I would just add a few bits here and there, but keep all the original tracks as-is.

    I like how you refer to your creative space as your 'temple'. My temple is a director's chair on my patio overlooking my back yard. I also talk to God when I am out there. Sometimes, He talks back! We are all worthy and forgiven, and that's a really good thing.

    I came sick from work and started playing with spacecraft and got this interesting canvas, so I thought to myself, let’s keep it granular, so I added tardigrain. Then I added this cool preset from play beat 3 which just sealed the deal. I liked how it sounded and thought if I add more stuff it will be too overwhelming since spacecraft filled the background pretty well. I decided to add some vocals. I thought to myself I should be able to add some softish vocals that complement the mood, so grabbed my phone, left AUM running and I walked about 10 feet away from the iPad and recorded the vocals on the voice memo app. I thought I messed up by singing too slow, and since it took me a bit to figure out I could export the voice note,I ended up using audioshare, and I was a little drunk and lazy to do it again I started working with the first take lol.
    The challenge was now to sync spacecraft. I couldn’t get it to stop or start with the AUM transport button so I left it playing in the background and waited for the right time to press play in AUM. Then I started the soundclip manually when I felt it was ok timing. This was a great experience for me as it helped me deal with sound clips, something that kinda intimidates me for some reason. I guess is that I feel like it’s less flexible than using synths real time. Anyways.. thanks for your comment!

    @LinearLineman said:
    Very nice stuff and a great voice. It reminds me of the spectacular voice of Kazzrie Jaxsen. Listen to her sing “How Deep Is The Ocean”…

    https://www.newartistsrecords.com/1030-for-the-beauty

    @Paulieworld, I may be wrong but I think our friend is referring to ABF as his new “temple”. Well, we’re better than a lot of false gods, right?

    I think the deities that roam around here are exactly the ones I like!!

    @rottencat said:
    This is wonderful. Like a collaboration between Marvin Gaye and Burial.

    Thank you rotten! I used to sing lots when I was younger. I am old now and I have been quiet for far too long! More vocals will come soon. Thank you all for being part of this journey of mine!

  • Love the beat, quite captivating.
    Your sound is very spacey.
    The vocals is being heard, and from afar, and I am being drawn into it, into you!!!
    Well done.
    Rene

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