Electronica with emotional impact!
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Wow, this is great! I jumping around the site and got here. Moezzie would be happy...
Thanks to SeVven I found you. So glad i did. Gal, ya got the goods!
ahhh this is good, a real beautiful piece with heart and soul in it. Great work love it loads : ) ES
Please read my bulletins "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark!" at my Myspace.
Nice work...an unusual take on an old classic.
Vibrant, youthful, alive and inspiring music and performance... Thank you for sharing this, I enjoyed this happy listen! :) =Kudos=
This is simply wonderful - so uplifting and vibrant - production is first class - love all the electronic sounds you use - great rhythms and effects. Thumbs up. James
Mozart plugged in and electronica-ized ;)
Love it! A very lively, light, spacious quality that just makes me want to shovel the 3 feet of snow off the garden, throw on some heat lamps (-10C) and prance around my flowers...screaming "Spring!" ;)
Liked the drums, and the rhythms carrying this...the "angel/choir" vox synths fit very well and lifted this to the sky with the incredible lightness of being!
What a Jolly tune!
Great Sound , of an old Piece , Nice take of it .... Wonderful what you can do with midi .... Im Liking it and will give it a thumbz ;)
I (A. Myrén) began to create electronic music in 2003 when I bought my first Music Maker. I was 31 years old with hardly no or none background as a musician and very little knowledge of computers and music software for that matter. Still I soon knew that creating music was going to play a major role in my life. In other words once I started doing it I could just not stop again. I have been a creative spirit since childhood and have enjoyed to draw, paint, write with more, but creating music has so fare been my favorite way to express myself artistic. My music offer a great variety of different Electronic and that is all I can say to it cause 1. There are so many genre of electronic music and I´m not sure where my tracks fit in. 2. Sometimes I like my tracks to not fit in too much;) Let´s just say I like to surprise the listener. If im able to do that, to shock or surprise or emotional move the listener in any way then I am a happy artist as most artists would be. Of course I also enjoy when someone actual just enjoy to listen to my music, and often that is all there is to a track of mine, to simple just please the listener, at first myself, as much as possible. But sometimes I try to create something that contains several emotions, like for instance instead of going from happy to more happy, then going from heartbroken to happy in the same piece of music. To create emotional contrast, to take the listener up and down and up again like a roller coaster. Well at list that is my goal with some of my productions and if I have not achieved to do that to you yet with any of my music, maybe my future productions will succeed to take you there some day.
Album "Extend Loud and Proud",16 tracks Produced and mixed by me through 2004 to 2010.
Now Mastered by Misjah@24Mastering 2013.
New 1/3 album "First third X 4" released 3th of May.
My new track "Little Gigant". A extended version will be up later in 2005...maybe..
Thinking back on moments when something clicked... the first time I heard Wilson Pickett's 'Midnight Hour' -- click! -- I like Soul (before it was called Soul)... Zeppelin's 'Black Dog' -- click! -- I like Rock (Acid/Hard/Psychedelic/Metal, it doesn't matter to me), and the louder the better... the first time I heard Beethoven's No.9 Pt.2, done on moog in 'A Clockwork Orange' -- click! -- I like C
A very big download at 7 minutes 31 seconds long and a quality of 320Kbit mp3. The track starts off as a nervous soundscape with an extremely chilling feel. I dare say that if it had no kick the track would be perfect for film…but around 1.5 minutes the track takes an incredibly angry turn that really is reminiscent of some sort of killing machine…It’s certainly a shock to the system and makes bet