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Any Musicians share their music online?

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posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 03:18 AM
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It is no secret that the music industry is a capitalistic monolith. I was in that industry for 30 years. I got my first guitar at 13, was in a band at 15, started recording my stuff at 26 (reel to reel), went professional at 30. I hated it. So i quit. I started using a computer to record my music, and make computerized digital songs. I went from Win 98...through Win 7. I composed enough music to last 7 days, 24/7.

Share your music with links to the site/s you share your music's url.

For example, this song was created in Win XP, using "Fruity Loops" (software music making program - then free) for percussion and bass, midi guitar (vibe solo), live guitar and vocals. The tracks were recorded in "Jazz++", a free track recording program for midi ( using a "Yamaha XGS-50" software synthesizer) and audio.

American Woman

I experimented with "backwards" lead solos.

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posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 03:20 AM
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originally posted by: BorisBadInOff
It is no secret that the music industry is a capitalistic monolith. I was in that industry for 30 years. I got my first guitar at 13, was in a band at 15, started recording my stuff at 26 (reel to reel), went professional at 30. I hated it. So i quit. I started using a computer to record my music, and make computerized digital songs. I went from Win 98...through Win 7. I composed enough music to last 7 days, 24/7.

Share your music with links to the site/s you share your music's url.

For example, this song was created in Win XP, using "Fruity Loops" (software music making program - then free) for percussion and bass, midi guitar (vibe solo), live guitar and vocals. The tracks were recorded in "Jazz++", a free track recording program for midi ( using a "Yamaha XGS-50" software synthesizer) and audio.

American Woman

I experimented with "backwards" lead solos.


There are many of us here that share our music on this site. Check out my signature.



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 04:49 AM
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a reply to: BorisBadInOff

Never posted this before but here's my old band echoing from the mists of time thanks to youtube.

Wired - Hereafter.


Vocals , Lead guitar ... Glenn
Rhythm guitar ... Kev
Drums ... Me
Bass , Cello ... Sharon

Dreams fade but memories never do , how young we were ...happy times.



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 04:55 AM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: BorisBadInOff

Never posted this before but here's my old band echoing from the mists of time thanks to youtube.

Wired - Hereafter.


Vocals , Lead guitar ... Glenn
Rhythm guitar ... Kev
Drums ... Me
Bass , Cello ... Sharon

Dreams fade but memories never do , how young we were ...happy times.


I like it, thanks for posting



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 07:34 AM
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I had my first band when I was 16 and have been in a lot since. Here is a website where I've shared a lot of shows my various bands played in the past, up to this year, even. There are a couple things that aren't my bands or involving me, but nearly 200 pages of things from me or my various bands:

Kenneth Dwain Harrelson on the Internet Archive.org

For a quick, one-off listen, here's me doing the old Eagle's Christmas song, "Please Come Home For Christmas." I'm doing all the voices and instruments:

Kenneth Dwain Harrelson - Please Come Home For Christmas



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 10:34 AM
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a reply to: BorisBadInOff

Here's my latest single. Full length comes out on the 24th! Thanks for sharing everyone. Lookin forward to hearing your tunes!



Follow on Spotify



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 11:22 AM
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originally posted by: musicismagic

originally posted by: BorisBadInOff
It is no secret that the music industry is a capitalistic monolith. I was in that industry for 30 years. I got my first guitar at 13, was in a band at 15, started recording my stuff at 26 (reel to reel), went professional at 30. I hated it. So i quit. I started using a computer to record my music, and make computerized digital songs. I went from Win 98...through Win 7. I composed enough music to last 7 days, 24/7.

Share your music with links to the site/s you share your music's url.

For example, this song was created in Win XP, using "Fruity Loops" (software music making program - then free) for percussion and bass, midi guitar (vibe solo), live guitar and vocals. The tracks were recorded in "Jazz++", a free track recording program for midi ( using a "Yamaha XGS-50" software synthesizer) and audio.

American Woman

I experimented with "backwards" lead solos.


There are many of us here that share our music on this site. Check out my signature.


Could you direct me to right place where music has been shared....or is it just a random kind of thing?



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 11:42 AM
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Cool, thanks for sharing . All of the music sounds great.

Here is a video of "Pentazz" playing a Hendrix medley...me on the left playing guitar.




posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 12:21 PM
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a reply to: BorisBadInOff

Here is my last band which broke up about 2 years ago, I think. I play the drums:



and here is my soundcloud for random stuff, experimental electronica, other old bands etc


soundcloud.com...

I am liking what people are posting too



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 12:26 PM
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a reply to: chris_stibrany

Great.



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 12:35 PM
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I stream sometimes on sessions live, might get on Renaissance radio

Here's an original
youtu.be...



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 02:01 PM
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I have pretty much the same history- started years ago as a teen thinking to take over the world with my music, then stuff happens and family, kids , mortgage etc takes over. Don’t get me wrong, like Tony Stark I wouldn’t change that for the world. Got into music again recently during COVID and recording again at home.

Our music video here called - Signs of Life

youtu.be...

Hope you guys like it



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 02:36 PM
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originally posted by: BorisBadInOff
Cool, thanks for sharing . All of the music sounds great.

Here is a video of "Pentazz" playing a Hendrix medley...me on the left playing guitar.



Man, that was awesome - you can't go wrong with Jimi Hendrix!

In 1992, me and buddy had a two-man band called Terror In Tucson. We played all the parts and voices, but never played live. We cut an album that year and here's one of the songs from the sessions that didn't make it to the album. It's a cover of the Jimi Hendrix song "Purple Haze." We weren't a cover band, so anytime we did a cover song, we warped it out of proportion, because we had fun twisting the covers to our liking. It really sounds nothing like Jimi's version:

Terror In Tucson - Purple Haze



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 02:41 PM
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I like that opening riff.

The mixing on the crash is kind of weird/high at the 1:00 middle section imo.


a reply to: Novaratio


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posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 02:42 PM
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There is some great stuff being shared in this thread - thanks for posting it everyone!

Like I said, me and a buddy had this band called "Terror In Tucson," and in 1993 when the whole thing with the Branch Davidians happened in Waco, Texas, we wrote a protest song about it:

Terror In Tucson - Waco



posted on Jun, 18 2021 @ 03:31 PM
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a reply to: TrulyColorBlind

I like it. Gotta warn people about that sketch/picture cover art in the link tho …took me a few seconds before I realised what it was LoL



posted on Jun, 20 2021 @ 03:19 AM
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Me and my late friend made this, many years ago.




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