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I Got Those Grungy Post-Industrial Celtic Down South Rockabilly Blues - (Svetlovska Collaboration)


This is a collaboration with Svetlovska from the Audio's Forum, who provided a droney pulse from Igor Vasiliev's No Input Mixer and asked for people to add their parts.
Since I didn't have all the apps required to run it in AUM, I used the mixed file in Logic on my Mac.
I added a Folk Art Violin from Decent Sampler, Celtic Whistle and a Retro Rock Drummer from Logic, Thunder Drum and Yamaha Drum Kit from Kontakt, plus my Fender Strat and Bass through Neural Amp Modeller.
The result is somewhat genre-bending - hence the title!
Images generated with AI Art Generator on iPad.

Comments

  • Nice flute shredding, I like the velvet underground feel at the beginning as well… there’s gonna be an album of these before next week 😄

  • Great job ! I almost finished my version and we have a few melodic lines in common !

  • @AlterEgo_UK : That’s fantastic! it’s got something of the drive of Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk about it (one of my favourite ever tracks). And I love the imagery too. Post apocalyptic swamp blues-tastic :) What did you use to do the Ken Burns pans and zooms across the pictures?

  • Woah great stuff Colin! It sounds like the score to 90s industrial noir/experimental western haha. Really digging this!

  • @Svetlovska said:
    @AlterEgo_UK : That’s fantastic! it’s got something of the drive of Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk about it (one of my favourite ever tracks). And I love the imagery too. Post apocalyptic swamp blues-tastic :) What did you use to do the Ken Burns pans and zooms across the pictures?

    Tusk is a great comparison. One of my favorite albums/songs as well.

  • Thanks @JanKun @HotStrange and @Svetlovska - I used Lumafusion key framing to do the pans and zooms to make the stills a little more interesting.

  • That’s a combination you don’t hear often. I like that you managed to bring so many disparate musical styles together.

  • Great work Colin, it’s a combination of instruments made in heaven or possibly the other place but it works !
    Thanks to Irena @Svetlovska for coming up with the original and kindly offering it to all 👍

  • Loved at 1:50. Made me remember Gangs of NY.

  • It sounds like you took some inspiration from the initial comment @Svetlovska made when soliciting for a guitar collab.
    But you brought a whole band to the picnic. Is it wrong for me to request a version without the drone just to hear your contribution. It sounds like something my wife would like because she judges music by it’s danceability.

  • I love images of industrial decay. And the music really gives the impression of occupying such a space. I enjoyed this very much!

  • Thanks, @michael_m (I like disparate musical styles :wink: ), @GeoTony , @LinearLineman, @McD (I will see what I can do :wink: and @Blipsford_Baubie :smile:

  • @McD said:
    It sounds like you took some inspiration from the initial comment @Svetlovska made when soliciting for a guitar collab.
    But you brought a whole band to the picnic. Is it wrong for me to request a version without the drone just to hear your contribution. It sounds like something my wife would like because she judges music by it’s danceability.

    Here you go @McD - a version without the No Input Mixer (but I did have to remix it and add some rhythm guitar to give it a bit more "body" because that drone really filled out the original version!
    https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/ev9679pti89dromc6giqm/I-Got-Those-Celtic-Down-South-Rockabilly-No-Svetlovska-Blues-Master.wav?rlkey=wsf4r15qbomrbdx3jri7i7rhp&dl=0

  • McDMcD
    edited September 2023

    Nice. The start through her off… “This is danceable?”

    “Wait for the drums”.

    Thanks putting this up. I wanted to hear that Decent Sampler Violin too. It’s a good one for folk style.

  • Thanks @McD (and wife!) - yes, there really are some great instruments on Pianobook for Decent Sampler (and Kontakt)!

  • nice graphics, but it has nothing to do with Celtic tradition, Blues, nor even Rockabilly.

    Sorry.

  • edited September 2023

    @Phil999 said:
    nice graphics, but it has nothing to do with Celtic tradition, Blues, nor even Rockabilly.

    Sorry.

    Correct..they are indeed just some "nice graphics" to accompany some music to which I made up a silly title! (And just a bit of fun) :smile:

  • Very cool @AlterEgo_UK. The whole band, blend of genres sounds great and sits well with the backing - I get the Tusk reference too. Also, nice to hear some slide.

  • Thank you @pbelgium - glad you liked it! :smile:

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