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Wooooweeee It felt like the pressure was on to make something really good. This tune def got a groovy groove. Added some guitars and did some...
This is my first vocal project from some months ago, i have used some of the things i have learned in Coursera´s training and remixed it again....
I created this song for the third assignment of the Berklee course. IT'S A WORK IN PROGRESS. I will improve this project in the next days :)
This is the second session of 2 from the Intro to Ableton MOOC for Berklee Online via Coursera
Had some fun with this one and the Vocoder. Found a really cool drum loop and then converted it to a midi track. From there I played...
Hi, this is my submission for Assignment 2. My project uses 3 midi tracks and 2 audio tracks. I used 2 effects as required (although sparingly),...
i did some change on this project ....and i hope u guys like it ..thx for feedback.... really helpfull :)
Inspired by the New Orleans, I'd try to create an Electro-Marching Band. The track is downtempo, I'd try to make it groove as I can. It's around 10...
An electro project i've entitled ИéЯée'S DΔedΔLuS.
Feel free to comment and thanks for your feedbacks
This is my final submission for the coursera / berklee school of music.
This song is the soundtrack to vampires and cannibals raving in the jungle. When the song begins picture yourself curiously following sounds that...
My 3rd assignement.
I composed this project using Hybrid 3, Spire, Crystal and Bass Station (Moog Bass), and audio clips, FX. Used Max4Live. Need to...
I started this in the San Francisco Airport waiting for my flight back to Berlin.
This is my track "The Snatch" for the second session of 2 from the Intro to Ableton MOOC for Berklee Online via Coursera.
After hearing @Spiderhound...