Sound tools are becoming increasingly available each year and keep taking this to the next level. Music practically writes itself when a heavy modulator destroys the original soundbite. Each song I write wants to branch off into drastically different versions. Sometimes it becomes difficult to decide what the music should breath; As if it was alive and constantly mutating. What inspired this music moment was exploring new time signatures.
This track has the look and feel of Crash Bandicoot’s Rockslide Rumble from Twinsanity. Video games music from the 80s and 90s had a unique sound.
Purp le Green is all about the two best colors that make up this progression. Deep fat bass with rich modulation really pronounces the theme.
Who likes house and club? This beat bounces and has a little touch of ZaBorski’s sinister in it. Check it out! SoundCloud
Everyone who has had a dance with a special someone, will eventually have a last one because everything that has a beginning must have an end. Last Dance is about that special moment you have and holding it dear.
This Australian dude is playing techno and house tracks on his home-made “drums” made from PVC pipes….Which he plays with a pair of flip-flops as drumsticks. I think I see my next crazy instrument project coming up.
This class project on music was about bringing back the 90’s and showing where society is today. There were some great melodies. Maybe not so much on the lyrics but the music was good. I’ve decided to make some arranged versions of some of the most catchy tunes. I’ve noticed that I’m not the only one sneaking in old progressions. I can safely assume that everyone is trying to preserve the classics, keeping them fresh. Whether it was done justice, is another story.
A new 90’s pop song remixed from the past. Can you guess which song it came from?