Giselle

Giselle

Lot’s to say about this one; though I must admit: it’s really hard and difficult sometimes to be objective on your own music! The tune starts off with a Rhodes playing a chord progression that meets up with a vibraphone-sound melody on top. That is basically just the intro… Of course the song’s somewhat unique because it is – and can – only to be heard over Audio-Jungle; which kind of makes me proud, too, especially as an exclusive Author – Which means, that you can only hear this song over Audio-Jungle and buy it and no elsewhere. Lots of breaks and fills; most likely very funky indeed and played with live instruments as well. For example you will hear live recorded funky slap-bass fills at different points (parts) during the song. Closely to end there is a whole other section, where I decided to put some distortion on the electric bass, to give it a change. This is actually a kind of bridge-like prelude to a following, very syncopated break/change part. This, you can hear exactly at min/sec: 02:24 – The drums are programmed with care, not looped, nor sampled or any looped audio-loops at all. Also, there are 3 different bass-sounds to be heard. 2 synthesizer bass lines and one real live electric slap-bass. The synth basses went through some modulations in sound. Another cool thing is the live, funky, rhythm guitar playing along at certain parts. The driving rhythm is mostly a House / Club-Feel. The highlight of the tune, though, appears at min/sec: 01:15 – with a synth – trance-like – lead melody fading-in, to raise the song a bit more – Kind of really strange texture to it all, I will guess! There are all the different elements, parts and types of music blended into each other… Such as electronic synthesized bass-lines with live electric distorted slap-basses, a trance-like highlight melody (peak of the song), funky “70’s style & sound”- live rhythm guitar, house beats, vibraphone sound, Fender-Rhodes piano plug-in playing tasty and soft-jazzy chords…

-All and all: it’s not the usual song for a coffee break but a “must-have” in your collection!

Genre / Styles: Pop / Funk, Trance, House, Disco. Instruments: Rhodes, Fender Bass, Vibraphone, Guitar, Synthesizer. Recording System: Pro Tools / Control-24 (Ideal for presentations & video-clips)

Best Regards, Stereotonic

Total Bars: 104 Total Length: 03:26 Maximum Output Level: – 0.4 dB

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