Sharing some of me – Part 3.

Today I want to share some pieces that I created using only synth sounds and no live sounds. Some of the parts I played on a keyboard, saved them as MIDI files and edited them and some I wrote directly to the MIDI files using a block system for breaking up the bars to give rhythms. When I studied music back in the nineties it was cutting edge technology and I made the most of every chance I got. Compared to today it was still in its infancy but will still a lot of fun. Some people were scared of the technology and it did take a bit of understanding but once I got it the creativity flowed. I also became the guru that everyone else came to for their project work. In the world of favours I racked up a lot and used them all to musicians playing on my projects. I pushed the technology to the limit and even crashed the whole studio a couple of times. I just threw my hands in the air, recited the mantra “save as you go” because I hadn’t and started again. Some of the pieces came from then and others came from later but they are all synth.

The first is called “Tension Drums”.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nm2mq6cml8z4rz9/tension%20drums.mp3?dl=0

The next is called “The Ghostly”.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/d7tk386wij7oudl/ghostly%20dance%20.wav?dl=0

The last is called “Ghostly Dance”.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6940wbv0e7at96r/the%20ghostly.wav?dl=0

This gives you a clear idea of how I like to use synth music. Not always but mostly. Enjoy.

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