Sweet Love (soft rock, pop)

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EatMe
KVRist
189 posts since 9 Aug, 2013 from The Hague, The Netherlands

Post Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:25 am

https://soundcloud.com/eatme/sweet-love

EatMe - Sweet Love (soft rock, pop)

high quality stream / download:
http://eatme.pro/music?search=sweet%20love

EatMe - Sweet Love

Soft rock, pop, my first production of 2020.

Made and mastered in Renoise 3.2.1.

Synthesizer and piano stabs, tracks entered in Renoise
use Korg M1 & WaveStation (2x) VSTi plugins.

Scheme:

Eb Bb/G Cm Cm
Eb Gm Cm Cm
Eb Bb/G Cm Cm
Eb Dm Cm Cm


The track makes use of various RealTracks from Band-in-a-Box,
vocal mmm (chopped):
3319:Vocal Mmms, Background RockNRollGospel12-8 2-partMid Sw 065
vocal aah (chopped):
3020:Vocal Aahs, Background Pop3-part Ev 085
bass guitar (x2 tracks alternating):
515:Bass, Electric, Funk Smooth Jammin Ev 100
1636:Bass, Electric, JazzFunkBreezy Ev16 075
electric guitar (delayed, cut, from halfway):
3299:Guitar, Electric, Rhythm HardRockThrash12-key Ev 085
drums (x3 tracks mixed):
RealDrums: MetalHalfTimeHat,SloppyHat: a: Halftime Snare, HiHat b: Snare, Sloppy HiHat
RealDrums: BossaBrazilBrushAlex^1-a:Br, b:Rd (Double-time)
..RealDrums: ??, I can not find back which one..
saxophone solo (in 2nd quart of song):
..Sax: I can not find back which sax solo I used..
guitar solo (chopped to points, at ending quart of song):
1646:Guitar, Acoustic, Soloist SambaFusionCarlos Ev 190 (Bluesy)
organ (in beginning half of song):
1467:Organ, RhythmNoBass Jazz Sw 085 (Double-time)
electric piano (in 2nd quart of song):
2910:Piano, ElectricVintage, Rhythm RockabillyMike Sw 190

VST Plugins used:
BassChorus by Clone Ensemble
SupaPhaser by Bram
FreeVerb2 (now at Audacity WIKI)
BeyerDynamic Virtual Studio at preset 4: Big Venue (send, in only mid and high)
Ozone Elements spatializer (can also eq/limit) (master bus)
TokyoDawn Labs Kotelnikov GE compressor (master bus)
internal Renoise effects:
analog filter (w/ drive)
filter3 (w/ custom floor level)
LFO
Exciter
Phaser
multiband send
10 band EQ
compressor (also on the bass 2x, longer attack)
bus compressor (also on the master 2x, longer attack)
maximizer (limiter)

links:
low quality: http://soundcloud.com/eatme/sweet-love
high quality: http://eatme.pro/music?search=sweet%20love

some rights reserved, (CC) BY-NC-ND 3.0:
http://eatme.pro/about for info..

music by EatMe:
http://eatme.pro
Last edited by EatMe on Sat Jan 04, 2020 1:08 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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wagtunes
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17925 posts since 8 Oct, 2014

Re: Sweet Love (soft rock, pop)

Post Sat Jan 04, 2020 12:50 pm

It's a great backing track but outside of the brief sax lead, that's all it is. Screams out for vocals of some kind.

jay choubwt
KVRer
6 posts since 1 Jan, 2020

Re: Sweet Love (soft rock, pop)

Post Sun Jan 05, 2020 6:35 am

sounds great!

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el-bo (formerly ebow)
KVRAF
15391 posts since 24 May, 2009 from A galaxy, far far away

Re: Sweet Love (soft rock, pop)

Post Sun Jan 05, 2020 12:26 pm

Nice vibe! And I quite enjoy the overall sound. The only thing for me is that the whole thing feels like a chorus/solo section that is awaiting the rest of the song.

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EatMe
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189 posts since 9 Aug, 2013 from The Hague, The Netherlands

Re: Sweet Love (soft rock, pop)

Post Mon Jan 06, 2020 2:06 pm

wagtunes said:
"It's a great backing track but outside of the brief sax lead, that's all it is. Screams out for vocals of some kind."
-I hope somebody is able to sing, because I can, but can't. Thanks for your "great" mark.

jay choubwt said:
"sounds great!"
-Thank you! Another "great" mark on the list!

el-bo (formerly ebow) said:
"Nice vibe! And I quite enjoy the overall sound. The only thing for me is that the whole thing feels like a chorus/solo section that is awaiting the rest of the song."
-Thanks for the comment. I am not going to change the song, but I will take your comment in mind for future work where applicable. Sometimes I just hang on to a simple scheme throughout the whole song.

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