i wanna be learning how make good beat i just song writer /song parady writer i hope i can learn from you i pcan play piano i rap and play drum on my chest rasta i like rap reageuton i are in emotion with music that means music could let my cry or make feeel happy
Go for it! You can learn a lot from YouTube. That's a great place to start! Check out the Dubspot and Vespers channels.
I appreciate your taking the time to listen! Rock on indeed!
I appreciate that! Those were my two favorite bands, plus The Smiths!
Nah. That's mostly for bands that tour, so they can target emails to specific regions.
There are so many ways to go about it! You could just use an iPad if you wanted. I use a Mac with an audio interface, mic, and speakers. I guess those are the main items. All of the synths are software.
Do you have updates and downloads of new music? I work for a non-profit station in New Hampshire (USA) and would love to play it on my show called The Groove (www.facebook.com/thegrooveshow) Let me know and thanks
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I'm happy to get you anything you'd like. I appreciate your reaching out! Feel free to email me at email@example.com anytime. There is a free downloads album at http://music.colortheory.com, but we don't have to limit ourselves to that.
80's synthpop + EDM + classical piano
No question, but I am prompted to say that I have seen Depeche Mode in concert and I am awed by Color Theory's construct to pay homage to such a great UK act, whilst forging its own sounds; such good taste! Really pleased to have found you.
Thanks for the kind words Nicholas! I'm pleased you found me too. :)
It's definitely hard to choose! I first fell in love with "Somebody" and then the whole Some Great Reward album, and then everything after that :). "Stripped" was a real standout as well. I remember buying the vinyl the day it came out.
Hey Andy! The Cure and The Smiths, along with DM, were my holy trinity through high school and most of college. I also was heavily influenced by Japan/David Sylvian.