As promised here is a cohmmunity report of what has been made this collaborative week end. If you didn't read previous post, theme was "so many BPM" - people had to follow an imposed tempo on each project. As you'll see, it has been a busy week end overall with no less than 8 projects being advanced enough to be worth your time listening. Click on the links to join the project's pages where you can listen to latest mixdowns, who did it, facebook buttons, comments, and, if you feel inspired and want to add your bits, apply to the projects!
This one started very simple with a sad guitar and a singer building on the mood. Then someone hit the distortion pedal.
At first there was the bass and some research around its sound, then it build up to this catchy indie instrumental track.
So much to monitor I missed the making of that one. Definitely on the bittersweet love side although it may as well be the death or a loved pet or a political meeting after the party has been severly beaten :P
Red_Force obviously approves that one. Pretty slick rap, eh? For the record, the latin choir at the beginning says "Red you are so lovely". And that is true. I am.
Sometime I suspect that this is the kind of track that would happen all the time if I wasn't bothering people with silly themes. It's true what they say, (good) Rock'n'roll never gets old. Also features "that funky horn player" as advertises (note to that german angry dude: apologies accepted, please send us chocolate)
Warning: fast crazy australian drummer inside. Another I didn't see happen busy as I was with other issues. Also I suspect it was put in the box as fast as the tempo.
As much as you can eat
Our resident low fi ohmician decided to win this once and for all with a nice old skool gaming tune: it's entirely written on a... 999 BPM grid. I feel cheated, but what can I say ? Bravo!
Bonus track: Herman decided to include a 140 BPM submission that features 2 instruments you rarely hear on a track. Enjoy!