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I wanna hear what you've been making!

Life is hectic and we don't have the time to share and keep up with the social media bs. I wanna hear your track and give it a good listen. If I love it, I'll promote it!

Be sure to include some notes about the track; what inspired you, what you used to build the track (samples, synths, drums, w/e), or even how long it took you to make it!

 

To get things started, here's me 

 

notes: Been under a lot of stress with some things in my life, mostly family. It's crazy when life happens, and how those that raised us pass forward and we inherit new purpose. This track came together quickly (about 5 hours) after meditating on the love I've learned from my family, both old and new. This track is because of the love of my family, for the love of my family. Call those that raised you, and raise them up. <3 thanks

 

If you have any questions based on how the track was produced, aka what gear/techniques I used, HIT ME UP! I'm easy going and love to share the process. peaceful light to you and yours <3

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Kris put this up in another thread that I had put up in the wrong topic. It's so good, I had to share it here. 

I just wanted to point out the amount of craft and patience he put into this track and how playful yet reserved the melody and chord structure flow. Speaking from my own bias, this track is an excellent example of where beats could be going (and should be going); calculated yet simple, full yet subtle. Use of custom instruments, vocal sampling and actual performance... not bashing on anyone, but ANYBODY can lift a Evans sample and throw some "lo-fi" sp303 beat over it, but it takes true craftsmanship to make something personal and inspiring.

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My new beat tape "Fields of a Nomad" drops on 4/26. Here's one beat off it:

 

 

I sampled myself playing keyboard, added some bass and drums, and cut up a vocal acapella / layered it to outline the harmony. 

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