Your music evolution

Discussion in 'Our Music' started by LZ Jaydon, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. LZ Jaydon

    LZ Jaydon Producer

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    Hello Friends. I would like to invite you to share your personal musical evolution with us.

    I started out producing this through the copy of MAGIX Music Maker that my dad bought randomly and some "sound pool" loops. that was about 6-7 years ago.

    5 years ago: (still MAGIX ahaha):

    getting into ableton, using less and less loops and working with samples

    4 years ago ::

    synthesising own timbres...

    3 years ago:

    working with vocals

    2 years ago:

    then this:

    and this:

    I guess the music speaks for itself. What does your musical journey look like? How did you get into it? where did you start? did you switch genres?

    The evolution continues...

    have a great day :).
     
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  3. Spyfxmk2

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    @LZ Jaydon :),i love your Breakout EP :yes: :wink: & thanks for sharing ! :bow:
     
  4. EddieXx

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    super interesting, often in the beginning one is extremely enthusiastic and wants it all in in the same track. then one start choosing what is going to be included, there is a reason for everything.

    I think your track history shows that trajectory pretty clear.

    thanks for sharing!
     
  5. LZ Jaydon

    LZ Jaydon Producer

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    @Spyfxmk2 hey so glad to hear you enjoyed it... my pleasure.:yes::bow:
     
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  6. Recoil

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    It's a shame to show my evolution :deep_facepalm: but you're doing great music now :grooves:
     
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  7. notsoloud

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    1980 the first song I ever wrote



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  8. LZ Jaydon

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    @notsoloud making plans is so 80s. I love it. And I definitely get the Australian vibes somehow with the song "the best"!!!


    If you don't actually listen to it, it sounds like a hit!!! please share it with us... and thank you :)
     
  9. LZ Jaydon

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    Something I would like to add.

    With the electronic computer music, the biggest hindrance, I find, is to induce feel into the music. That is the biggest hindrance for me. And where I criticise myself most. This music is so mind based for me when I work inside the daw. But what is music without feeling? It wont make anybody feel good. Feel nostalgic. Energetic. All of that is lost when I work with my mind. And as I develop, I try to feel more. But it is so hard because I get caught up in all the compressors, synths, Effects and Arrangement. Not that I am not working efficiently... 1 track 1 day (If I have inspiration, without all the preparation and without the fine tuning of course). But to induce feeling in this computer music? difficult. That is true mastery of this genre for artists...

    When I play trumpet I play and: Feeling. instantly. guitar. vocals. same. But programming music. And have it so alive, so energetic, so full of good vibrations as a trumpet? that is hard mate

    Developing this has been a thing on my path so far... and I am on the very very beginning...
     
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  10. Nana Banana

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    "Underachiever, a failure and a disappointment to all. His skills in music are the same as his skills in life - placing him somewhere on the evolutionary scale between primates and a particularly stupid mollusc. He once had great ambition, but has forgotten what his aims in life were. He has two dogs. Both of them hate him."

    OMFG Dude you crack me up. I literally burst in to mega-phonic laughter when I read that. And people think you don't have a sense of humor ...Yeah right. :rofl::hahaha::rofl:
     
  11. vladimir guerrero

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    This is an excellent thread, and I’ll be checking everyone’s tunes when I can grab my headphones.
     
  12. vladimir guerrero

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    Ok, from what I got to sneak in while working, it sounds like you made a big leap with your track from 3 years ago. It reminds me a little bit of Kettle’s sound.
     
  13. notsoloud

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    Making Plans was recorded at EMI in Sydney with a guy called Martin Benge engineering. He had come from Abbey Road where he worked with The Beatles on their later albums. I asked him if instead of sitting about playing with the zippers on my parachute pants while he worked, could he teach me engineering. He was happy to oblige and it's an honour to have learnt from the best. I played piano, Oberheim OB-X and Sequential Circuits Pro-One.... drums were Simmons, bass was fretless... so yeah, how could it not sound 80's? I now marvel at that kid forty years ago with no musical training, who put together such a tight, energetic band.
    But my mother was right and it all ended badly. So always listen to your mother. Unless she's high on ice.
     
  14. recycle

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    My greatest hits

    In the 1930’s:


    In the 1970’s:


    in the 1980’s:


    In the 1990’s:
     
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