6/26/2017 3:49:15 AM
Hello Nate Simpson thanks for your upload and work on the song.
It gives something extra. I like it.
In general i like what you uploaded.
This kind of reggae is happy as a summer party in the sun so ...
in blues people always stay below a certain level (high notes) and try to use minor chords/intervals etc. to accentuate the sad feelings they have and the trouble the feel.
In reggae people often go above a certain level and use major chords/intervals to accentuate the feeling: dont worry be happy
or to accentuate everything will be allright (happy sounds here)
Please try to optimise the part from 0.57 - 1.14 .
As example you can listen to the happy kind of solo from 1.52 to 2.10.
At the end up to 2.33 i like it but the i should like if you go above that note value to higher notes and reach teh end note from above or end at a higher note.
To accentuate the happy (high) ending of the summer-party.
For the preoduction part.
If you upload your guitar track s it is ...most can be used.
I can cut out the parts 0.57 - 1.14 and all from 2.33 to the end.
You than can focus on only recording the part from 0.57-1.14 and the part after 2.33
To get it smooth you may consider starting a few bears earlier and ending a few bars later.
If you export and upload the complete track as it is in your daw-software than i just can add it as an extra track and it will automatically be aligned OK and fill the gaps.
5/14/2017 9:11:43 AM
100 bpm reggae drums Drum Track for play along Studio
Jaiktivar has made the first version using my drumtrack
Jlftw you made a very nice contribution; thanks!
I think about publishing this version as an instrumental.
I also will try to find a singer so we have vocals.
That will be publisehd as a different version of the same song.
If there is some sax, trumpet, trombone it also may be nice but ...
it should have that relaxed open feel that it has now.