View Full Version : Share your musical creations!

Trooper Keith
09-06-10, 05:22 PM
Inspired by this thread. (

This thread is for people to post their musical creations, be it live or electronic music or whatever else.

I recommend Tindeck ( for uploading your music and sharing it. It's a free hosting service for musicians to host their music.

Here is an acoustic cover of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here I did a while ago. I'm not happy with the vocals, but whatever. (

Here is a trance/electronic thing I whipped up in an hour or so after work today. (

Probably going to do more electronic stuff tonight, which I'll post afterwords.

Okay guys, post your music!

09-06-10, 06:09 PM

09-06-10, 06:37 PM

09-06-10, 06:59 PM

Trooper Keith
09-07-10, 11:38 PM
A couple more acoustic covers, Dirt and Farmhouse by Phish. Farmhouse I might learn the solo for later, I dunno. ( (

Trooper Keith
09-08-10, 02:08 PM
Made this for someone who was asking what key to solo in over the chords he gave (E, D, B, F). (

The answer is B minor.

09-08-10, 09:31 PM

Trooper Keith
09-09-10, 04:56 PM
As promised to Echoes on his wall, here's a redone cover of Wish You Were Here using my new recording equipment. (

Trooper Keith
09-10-10, 12:50 AM
As promised to Echoes on his wall, here's a redone cover of Wish You Were Here using my new recording equipment. (

Now with 10 hours less silence at the end: (

09-16-10, 01:24 AM
Nice songs/covers! I have an account on Newgrounds (I know there are better places to host but I've had it since 2005.)

Here's a few songs:

PLEASE let me know what you think, and there are a lot more songs/loops on my audio page here:

I haven't had feedback on my songs in a long time haha.

Also EshkaronsEngine, you should really get a better microphone. You have a great voice but it's diminished by the recording quality.

Trooper Keith
09-24-10, 04:44 PM (

Someone on another forum requested I do this when I got my theremin. I think it's decent for having the instrument for six days and no formal instruction yet. I have a lesson tomorrow.

Trooper Keith
10-10-10, 02:47 AM (

Someone on another forum requested I do this when I got my theremin. I think it's decent for having the instrument for six days and no formal instruction yet. I have a lesson tomorrow.

I got a copy of Ableton Live and redid this, now with 100% better theremin skills and 50% awesomer backing track. (

Trooper Keith
10-10-10, 06:21 PM (

Toned down the violins in a big way.

Trooper Keith
10-10-10, 06:21 PM
Also, some other people should post in this thread, I'm interested to hear what other spazzes are making.

10-10-10, 06:23 PM
Something I made by playing random scales on my guitar. It's a couple of years old, consists of part improv - part something I play nearly everytime I play this for myself (the first part of it.)

I keep thinking I'm gonna add stuf to it, make it longer, and chords of stuff like that, but I always end up just improvising. The recording is quite old too, and my electric guitar has a broken neck=/ But anyways, here's my little progish thing. And yeah, I do screw up the ending. But it's the only recording of this I've got. Hope you like it.

Echoes of Silence (!download|355|416703722|Testing.wma|3266)

Oh and by the way; I do have a recording where I sing a song on YouTube, but I sing very bad on it, I should remove it and upload something better. Someday.... Maybe...

Trooper Keith
10-10-10, 06:37 PM
That link doesn't work for me. Upload it to tindeck?

10-11-10, 05:05 AM (

Hope this works=P

Trooper Keith
10-11-10, 11:23 AM (

Hope this works=P

This is cool, I'm a big sucker for delays, although I find often they clutter the piece too much and transform normal music into a cacophony. They definitely work for you, though! Cool.

What delay pedal are you using?

10-11-10, 11:54 AM
I'm glad you like it. =)

Actually there is no pedal. I used a external soundcard thingy to connect my electric guitar to the PC, and used a delay effect i found in CueBase. I'm panning to buy one, though. So I can get better sound and experiment more. =)

Trooper Keith
10-11-10, 11:58 AM
Computer generated effects work great and might be the future. Cubase is a good program that is very handy for a lot of things and has some great effects. I use Cubase often to record, though now I've really gotten into Ableton Live. What method are you using to direct input to the PC?

Trooper Keith
10-15-10, 04:48 PM
Here is my cover of the song "Luka" whence comes my current signature.

Trooper Keith
10-15-10, 05:07 PM
Gonna spam my videos now. I just found out there's a way to upload to YouTube so only people with the link can see it, which is awesome. These have been up on my FB for some time now.

Uncle John's Band by the Grateful Dead:

Scarlet Begonias by the Grateful Dead:

Loser by the Grateful Dead:

Trooper Keith
10-15-10, 05:35 PM
Me and My Uncle by the Grateful Dead:

Jack-a-Roe by the Grateful Dead (I proposed with this song):

Deal by the Grateful Dead:

I might post one of my practice sessions on the theremin later, I dunno.

Trooper Keith
10-15-10, 06:28 PM
Bertha by the Grateful Dead:

Trooper Keith
10-16-10, 01:04 AM
My cousin and I have started a collaborative project wherein he lays down drum and bass tracks and then we send it around to other musicians (including me) and we add ****. In this version, I added guitar and theremin as well as post-effects and mastering. (

Trooper Keith
10-17-10, 01:48 AM
My cousin's same groove from last night, but with my brother on lead guitar and taking the jam in another direction. This is a fun project! (

Trooper Keith
10-17-10, 11:00 PM
Redid the spacerock version to make it less industrial and in your face. New recording techniques removes hiss and buzz! Because once is never good enough! (

Trooper Keith
10-19-10, 12:57 PM
Experimenting with theremin as a lead instrument, I came up with this. It's got kind of a Sigur Ros quality to it. (

Trooper Keith
10-21-10, 02:23 PM
More experimentation in, well, experimental music with theremin as a lead instrument. (

Trooper Keith
10-21-10, 02:51 PM
Redid Me and My Uncle so you can actually hear it. Now with bonus Carter picking! There's squeak from my fretting, I blame it on the gin.

Trooper Keith
10-22-10, 12:54 PM
Three more ambient/experimental pieces. ( ( (

I know there are other musicians on these forums, come on guys, post your ****!

Trooper Keith
10-22-10, 02:27 PM
One more: (

Trooper Keith
10-22-10, 03:25 PM
Adjusted levels on one of the three posted earlier: (

Trooper Keith
10-28-10, 02:30 AM
Acoustic cover of Pull the Wires from the Wall by the Delgados.

10-31-10, 06:06 PM

Trooper Keith
10-31-10, 06:29 PM
Yeah basically this is "Keith puts music in a thread" now. Unfortunate, I'm interested to see what other people with ADHD are working on.

10-31-10, 06:50 PM
MC Hammer's "Too Legit" with metal guitar I added about a decade ago. :)

10-31-10, 10:38 PM
Yeah basically this is "Keith puts music in a thread" now. Unfortunate, I'm interested to see what other people with ADHD are working on.

That post above with the "....." didn't get edited by a mod or anything. I had noticed that the "Too Legit" track that I had uploaded in that post skipped a couple of times at the end once I had it up on YouTube. I then deleted the vid from YouTube, turned the MP3 of the song back into a WMV again so I could put it on YouTube again, uploaded it again, and by the time it was up, the 30 minutes that was allotted to edit the post had expired. It still does the exact same two skips again, but it really doesn't matter one bit at all since it's after the song ended and it was just the left channel doing a Metallica riff that was tacked on at the end. :)

Trooper Keith
11-01-10, 04:46 PM
Strange Conversation by Kris Delmhorst. I can't find this song anywhere else on the Internet. I had to figure out the chords myself again.

Trooper Keith
11-05-10, 01:12 AM
Better cover of Kris Delmhorst. Well, not more accurate to the song, but sounds better than the other cover. My vocals are better, too.

Trooper Keith
11-25-10, 08:36 PM (

Another ambient/experimental piece.

12-15-10, 08:48 AM
I was inspired by this thread, which I found through Google:

I wanted to let this community know that I just completed an album of ambient soundscape music. I think people with ADD might be able to use it to help them concentrate or relax. I think a lot of you will like it. It is the first in a series of three albums which should all be released in the coming weeks. I don't want to make any money off of this album. I just want to be able to make people happy, and if it can help people who have ADD, then that's even better! You can stream or download the tracks or the entire album for free right here:
1. Chasms
2. Hypothermia
3. Bathyscaphe
4. Gestation
5. Pressurization
6. Maw
7. Baleen
8. Consummate (

Feel free to message me or reply to this thread with questions or comments. I am very curious to know if this album is able to help people with ADD concentrate on work more easily.
I welcome your feedback and hope you enjoy my album!