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June Contest: Submissions

Share your music, collaborate, and partake in monthly music contests.

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KVRist
 
45 posts since 1 Jan, 2013, from Finland

Postby klawire; Tue Jun 17, 2014 11:39 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

Finally had some time to finish cutting and mixing this track. Enjoy!

https://soundcloud.com/klawire/relinquere-3-minute-cut

https://soundcloud.com/klawire/relinque ... nquere.mp3

VIs used: EastWest Hollywood Strings, Brass & Woodwinds; EastWest Pianos, Symphonic Orchestra & Choirs, Solo Violin; Spectrasonics Omnisphere; Heavyocity Damage
Various effects, including EastWest Spaces, iZotope Ozone 5, Molot compressor, Limiter No.6, Proximity, CamelAudio CamelCrusher, Density mkIII, UpStereo, Togu Audio Line TAL-Bitcrusher
KVRer
 
16 posts since 6 Feb, 2014

Postby DubMaster; Wed Jun 18, 2014 6:05 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

https://soundcloud.com/johnklug/1406-du ... ver-0xde3f
Main Server 0xDE3F

DAW:

Reason 7.1


Drums:
Dr. Octorex - Dubstep Set 5

Pads:
Combi - Mystic Strings & Harp
Thor - Breathy Sweep
Malstrom - Stratosphere

Sample:
Zoom recording

Background Drone:
Thor - Beachcombers

Wobble Bass:
Thor - Absolute FM Ramper


Computer processing:
Malstrom - Analogamus

Master bus maximizer:
Titan Maximizer Rack Extension
Last edited by DubMaster on Fri Jun 20, 2014 6:29 am, edited 5 times in total.
KVRer
 
23 posts since 18 Jun, 2014, from Colton, CA
  

Postby lux-flux; Wed Jun 18, 2014 6:29 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

https://soundcloud.com/lux-flux/1406-lu ... digi-waves
Digi Waves

virtual instruments used:

Percussion - ReDrum.

Effects - GSX Shaper rack extension, ECHO.

Samples - field recordings.
KVRist
 
149 posts since 17 May, 2008
 

Postby mvrasseli; Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:39 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

Solitude
Solitude - Download

Equipment:

External PC mic( It's a cheap mic, it has no brand I guess.)

Plugins: Proximity - Tokyo Dawn Records(It's a simple free VST that can do miracles), EpicVerb and the amazing space360.
Instruments: Garrido Classical Guitar, number 66. Savarez New Crystal Strings.
Composer and performer: Marcus Rasseli

Music Sheet download, go here

Sound Image Icon by Claudio Fachel/Palácio Piratini, original link.
KVRist
 
419 posts since 8 May, 2012, from Shanghai

Postby Shangsean; Sat Jun 21, 2014 3:16 am Re: June Contest: Submissions

Circuit Man

All he wants is to be human.

https://soundcloud.com/shangsean/circuit-man

http://k007.kiwi6.com/hotlink/lt0abvjyfx/1406_Shangsean_CircuitMan.mp3

Created in Reaper using:
Audio-Technica AT2020 Microphone
Kontakt 5 (Shreddage 2, Scarbee MM-Bass, Abbey Road 60s Drummer, Scarbee Vintage Keys A-200, Zapzorn Elements)
Guitar Rig 5
Camel Phat
Camel Space
Trash 2
Alloy 2
SKNote Roundtone
Vacuum Sound ADT
Supercharger
EAReverb
Ozone 5
KVRAF
 
1752 posts since 21 Feb, 2004, from somewhere! anywhere!
 

Postby knockman; Sun Jun 22, 2014 7:30 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

Image
Woodcock Pilots

Another ornithological song
Woodcock Pilot - an old folk name for the goldcrest, the smallest European bird. People believed the goldcrest would hitch a ride on the back of migrating woodcock as they appeared too small to make the journey by themselves.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~lyrics~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
they come in scores with their heads aglow
bound to the cause of the mistletoe

hey! you're so free
you're so wonderful
I don't know what to be
but I don't care
the woodcock pilots
are coming home

fills the heart with a joy to know
we'll soon depart for the holly holm

hey! you're so free
you're so wonderful
I don't know what to be
but I don't care
the woodcock pilots
are singing lo

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

tools:
DAW: Sonar LE

Hard: Takamine acoustic, Guyatone electric through Boss CS-3, DC-3 & Elk tape echo, shaker, Studio Projects B1 mic & SMPro Audio pre-amp

Soft: drums from Garageband (iPad), Nubile & Spinner, LazySnake, sfz with florestan bassoon soundfont, Evol, Kjaerhus classic EQ & compressor, Dasample Glaceverb
KVRist
 
193 posts since 6 May, 2005, from Somewhere In Scotland

Postby beanpole; Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:08 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

Down Again

https://soundcloud.com/beanybhoy/1406_b ... n/download

DAWs
Reason 3
Tracktion 2

Instruments
Epiphone acoustic guitar
Shure SM57 mic

Plug-Ins
Tracktion Compressor & 4-Band Equaliser
Kjaerhaus Classic Chorus & Reverb
can't sing, can't play, looks awful.....
http://www.myspace.com/thebeanbeany
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KVRian
 
743 posts since 17 Sep, 2002, from Columbus, OH
 

Postby funky lime; Tue Jun 24, 2014 6:58 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

Image

lost city

MOD-EDIT: Temporary mirror: http://markleford.com/dock/1406_funkyli ... ofasen.mp3

I found inspiration for this piece by browsing through DeviantArt, particularly at fantasy landscape artwork. This one above ("Lost City of Asen" by flaviobolla) spoke to me, and I imagined it as a scene in a film.

I used Kontakt, with Spitfire Albion for pretty much everything, and Project SAM Orchestra Essentials (for the timpani and glockenspiel). Slight EQ was done with TDR VOS SlickEQ, and I put a touch of ValhallaRoom on the master bus. Project was made inside REAPER. I feel like it jumps around quite a bit; I was trying to keep it short.
KVRAF
 
3341 posts since 30 May, 2002, from My chair
 

Postby Markleford; Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:15 pm Re: June Contest: Submissions

Watson and the Shark (Pictures as an Imposition, part 1)

http://markleford.com/music/files/1406_ ... eshark.mp3

Given that I'm typically at a loss for compositional focus, I once got the idea that I should write songs about famous paintings. For my first attempt here, I've chosen John Singleton Copley's "Watson and the Shark".

Image

lyrics wrote:
Havana, Cuba 1749
Subliminal penis harbor

That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
But that artist has never seen a shark
That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
But that artist has never seen a shark

(lips...)

Bald guy
Black guy
Hippie man
Hipster hat

"Scarves for everyone! Everyone!"

That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
That artist has never seen a shark
That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
John Copley had never seen a shark

That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
That artist has never seen a shark
Albino bein' eatin' by a shark
John Copley had never seen a shark

"Why is there a ginger in my crotch?"

Sharks don't have nostrils or lips
Copley should just stick to ships

(GINGER)

That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
That artist has never seen a shark
Albino bein' eatin' by a shark
John Copley had never seen a shark

That guy's gettin' eatin' by a shark
That artist has never seen a shark
Albino bein' eatin' by a shark
John Copley had never Never NEVER NEVER

Havana, Cuba 1749
Subliminal penis harbor



Gear: SONAR 8.5 (and bundled FX), GPO4, cheap mic, cheap guitar

Stolen inspiration: Copley, Mussorgsky, Mr. Bungle, They Might Be Giants, and my own "Bible Belt" from the KVR September 2006 contest.
Markleford's band, The James Rocket: http://www.TheJamesRocket.com/
Markleford's tracks: http://www.markleford.com/music/
Markleford's free MFX, DXi2, DR-008 modules: http://www.TenCrazy.com/
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