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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Well this song speaks for itself...
Pride comes before the fall
All instruments, vocals and mix by me
I hope you like it

2. Rock: Drinking With Santa by toveco

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Merry Christmas all friends
This is a collab with my friend on ProCollab

dramarc: Bass, Guitar
BillyMac : Drums
kaijuro: Guitar
TSTstudio: Mix/Master

3. Rock: Poltergeist by artneuro

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

There I was making good progress on my 2017 collection of songs and I got distracted by this other project. Sometimes that's the way the muse goes. I was stuck with what to do with the last 2 tracks as it was so it was a welcome distraction, but funnily enough I learned a few new tricks doing the side project and came back to these last 2 tracks with extra inspiration.
So here's one of them.

This is a sad song without trying to be bluesy. It's about a ghost that falls love with the living. This year's song has a strange way of being about downer topics but I promise it's not about me. I'm fine, I'm doing well!

4. Folk: Explorers by Calchas

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

No roaring electric guitars, rumbling keyboards, plodding bass or thumping drums herein.

Just Calchas... unplugged... live at the CYBER CAFE... singing for coffee...

Who knew?


5. Folk: Tunnel Vision by Calchas

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Still waiting for my right hand to heal up. Hence I'll be posting oldies for awhile longer... Good news is that they'll all be new to this site. (image)

This one is a mostly acoustic piece, originally recorded back in May of 2008, and newly remixed and remastered for icompositions.

The content is pretty self-explanatory. (See the lyrics...)

Hope you enjoy it.

Be well all!

6. Folk: Drifting Today... ( folk rockish ) by Dadai

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Musical musings from autumn 2008. An acoustic guitar and vocal tune with a free and easy melody. A song of release and freedom for me of sorts... dropping the heavy load, as it were.

Beautiful vocal harmony accompaniment by Roxylee

Hope you enjoy it.

Recorded with Zoom H2 recorder, Washburn D-10S guitar, MacBook 2.4

7. Alternative: I'm an American by cacciamai

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

New Original Song. Yeah this is a new song, I'm not going to talk about it too much I rather have you listen to the words so you can make your own opinion. Have a great weekend Icomp. friends. Cacciamai-

8. Jazz: Flappers loopy JAZZ Medley v1 by Dorothy_Wilson

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Mash up of various Jazz tracks. Enjoy I hope. so far that is. Just got a few more tweaks here and there, and this one will be done hopefully.

9. Holiday: Angels Blessing (2017 Remix) by Mike_Lynn

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Well, I'm really running out of materials lately and therefore decided to share this song one last time. I recall we did this in quite a hurry that Christmas but ended up to be one of my favourite compositions. This is a new remix with added instrumentation. Thanks for stopping by.

An early Merry Christmas to you all.

Vocals : Jasmine T.
Lyrics : Mellina Barnett
Music / Keyboards / Arrangement / Programming - Mike Lynn
Midi Flute solo courtesy Band_in_a_Box

10. Other: Going Home by Dorothy_Wilson

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Another nice one I love as well.
(An old one actually I wrote and composed in December 2008)
The only loop I added was Horn Woodwind.
Happy Christmas Everyone. xx
its going to be good one for me this year and I'm looking forward to it.

11. Punk: Skulk by sammydix

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Kind of a Surf-y, garage-y, punk thing.
This is a hybrid mix with BJS and a Reaper forum buddy of mine on lead guitars.
Morgon (from Reaper)first lead.
BigJimSlade: that catchy, octave riff in the chorus and the lead out at the end.
I play everything else (except the drums, of course).

12. Alternative: Krokodil by BlancFroid

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Dark wave with a bit of an industrial bent.

13. Electronica: In The Long Run by MIR

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

This was intended as something else, but it turned out to be as it is.
Hope you enjoy

14. Jazz: Black napkins by w1av

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Here is another ZAPPA tune I did today. It snowed all day so I stayed in and worked on music. This is an older instrumental from 1975. I played electric piano, piano, fretless bass and some MIDI horns. Guitar was Gibson SG Junior with bridge P90. I got all backing tracks done around dinner time. All that was left was the lead guitar so I thought I'd just practice it today and record tomorrow. So i used one of those amp modeling plug-ins for my DAW. I tweaked it and recorded a track. It actually sounded so good I decided to keep the track.

15. Electronica: Thermal Runway by amp

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

When eido offered a chip tune challenge, I was hoping, 'please be fake-bit'! Fake-bit would just mean it could be music with 8-bit sounds but have realistic sounding instruments. The example, however, was 8-bit which meant I would try to do something legit sounding.

I had a few thoughts going into it; firstly, that I would download 8-bit sounds to be used as instruments in Fruity Loops, or that I could do something more proper and make a chip synth midi using a 20+ year old computer to go for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis sound... You following? (image) The old computers interface would have probably been hard to work with for how ridiculous I wanted the track to be, which also nixed my idea of using the Commodore 64, as I don't have a floppy disk drive and would lose all my work.

I landed on FamiTracker on a trashed laptop. I was going to use it to make loops and stitch them together using another program but it lent itself quite well to being able to make the whole track the way it is! Which also means this can be played back on a real Nintendo.

The baseline to the composition was done on a thrifted acoustic guitar, strung as left-handed, and drop-tuned one whole step. I lost my tone I made in FamiTracker as I failed to save getting it all set up and in all the rework, I forgot my composition, so back to the guitar!

Once I had everything all et up that I could actually program in the compositions, I'd forget more as I'd have to go out and do things like pay car insurance or be fined or something dumb like that. Overall, this tune goes pretty hard and I wanted it to also sound familiarly game-y at the same time.

I think I got it alright and am really glad now that I had the nudge toward relearning FamiTracker as I had been looking for a reason to get around to it. If you enjoyed this, you may like My First FamiTracker Track I made using this too!

I liked the challenge as it put me off track from other projects, which is cool to shift gears and practice some fundamentals such as restricting oneself to 4 tracks as this has. If you are interested in reading more about the challenge of constraints, check out eido's blog discussing this topic here: Embracing constraint

As always, thank you for listening and being an interactive part of this community!

16. Classical: Duet for Viola and Cello by Classical_Soul

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

This is a remastered version of an older piece I did.

17. Rock: IDNTGVFCK by Alakdanilo

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

al me on guitars and bass, drum loops, effects loops, reversed newscast

18. Rock: slo pf style 96 by irok

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

96 BPM, simple guitars, to long, cut it down.. it's ok.. add, enjoy (image)
Em D C Em. for start.. cant remember the rest haha

19. Country: It's So Easy by gepo

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

...when you have a hammock - keys and few guitars

20. Classical: Ela / Persien by Dadanaut

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Dadanaut’s been visiting Ela in Persia.

From the album "Dadanaut auf Reise"

21. Metal: Metal Modulation by DJShadowkat

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

This is dedicated to my father-in-law who suddenly passed away on Wednesday.

He was a great father to LadyKat, an amazing father-in-law to me, he was a friend to all and absolutely the mellowest person I have ever met.

He was a rocker and supported my music as well, so I made this track on my iPad for him.

It's been pretty hard to sleep to be honest. This has been very difficult for the family and myself.

I hope you found the peace you deserve, zen man... This one's for you.

Peace to you all,


22. Pop: Walking the Streets by larszzz

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

An Instrumental track based on an existing drum track by Henk-Jan

Drums; Henk-Jan (
Bass: Jimmy
Mix Tom (Toveco)

23. Alternative: I'm not coming down with you by Jondinham

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Written and recorded by Jon Dinham on my Boss Br1200 multi tracker

24. Electronica: The Moment Is And Then It’s Not (CTT) by becwil

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

The 8th in a series called Count To Ten, which is a collection for relaxation … and perhaps contemplation of a world without political idiots and crazed people using assault rifles.

Comment and critique welcomed.

Music & Art: © 2017 Dragonhouse Studios.
All rights reserved.

Other releases of Count To Ten:
1. Dance Instead
2. It’s A New Day
3. Training a Single Neuron
4. Cardamom Coffee
5. An Orange Horizon
6. Input From Other Sources
7. Swing On The Moon

25. Pop: Orbus by FreeEarCandy

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

One of my personal favorite tracks from the FreeEarCandy 2016 Collection. Orbus (i.e. Orphan) is dedicated to The Sacred Heart Children's Home of Coopersburg Pa. No longer standing, it once provided shelter and food for hundred's of needy children up until around the early 80's. The entire structure was demolished around 2 years ago and is/has being/been replaced with condo's. I'd like to say this is because of a shortage of orphans but the fact is a shortage of staff and the move towards foster care sealed its fate. Established in the late 1800's, the orphanage served as home and school for many who would have otherwise been on their own in a very unforgiving world. I'll call this Pop-I guess.

26. Industrial: Dysfunctional by Broken_Soul

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

cause this is the face that i wear
dysfunction is in the air

27. Electronica: shall we play by Lapskin

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

war games inspired

28. Rock: Hahaha 102 by irok

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

102 BPM, 8 guitars, 3 basses, 1x drums. Add, enjoy (image)

29. Alternative: Payne by oakenbras

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

A little use tinkering on a Friday morning between meetings

30. Electronica: [BrighterDays] Letting go by eido

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

We are emotional beings, much as we might sometimes like to think of ourselves as supremely rational. We cling to things because we love them (or because we hate them), but there comes a point when that clinging turns sour, and we have no choice but to let go or live in the past forever...

Demo of track 9 from my new album 'Brighter Days'. Get the full album free at!


This is the first track that was ever written for the Dark Days project, way back in 1998 or 1999. (I wrote it in my first year at university but I can't remember which side of Christmas it was, hence the vague date.)

At the time I was still pretty sore from a series of events which I proceeded to fictionalise and (over-)dramatise into the storyline for Dark Days, so the angst was fresh and vital when I sat down with my guitar and started mashing away with what I then referred to as 'interesting chords' (as distinct from 'regular' power chords, the staple of every metal guitarist). In many ways this music has been a part of my life ever since - for almost 20 years now.

In terms of the original storyline, you might recall that, after his failed attempt to cut himself off from everyone and everything, our brave(?) hero(?!) reaches out to his friends in an attempt to reconnect. Sadly, it turns out they weren't all that interested. Oops. Reminds me a little of the saying that goes something like 'You'll worry less about what other people think of you when you realise how seldom they do.'

Perhaps needless to say, I have a different perspective on the whole business with the benefit of two decades' distance. While I'm not going to pretend I live in perfect peace and harmony all day long, I'm at least somewhat better at remembering not to keep hanging on to the hot coal that's roasting my flesh. In many ways, 'letting go' summarises the whole experience of moving from those dark days into brighter ones - for years I clung so tightly to the whole thing that I couldn't even make the music because I felt I wouldn't do it justice, then later I tried to bury it and forget all about it, but pushing it away didn't work any better than clinging too tightly.

My hope is that, through this project, I can accept and honour this whole experience, and finally let it go.

(Made in MuLab.)

(Artwork by Richard Taylor,

31. Punk: Time Of Your Life(not a cover!!!!!!) by Dustwood

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

punky track! Drums are loops everything else isn't... 2 mins

32. Jazz: Just Chillin by MikeHuntingford

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Simple but addictive piece... enjoy, "Just Chillin" - why? Well - it's what we want to do.


33. Jazz: Another Little Jam by MikeHuntingford

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Hope you enjoy the listen.


34. Surf: Jackpot by BigJimSlade

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Getcher Mr. Zog's sex wax, long boards, climb on into the woody and get on down to the beach. If it's summer it's time to surf. Let's do this!

Thanks to Tom for the mix. production, and song art!
Drums and sound effects are loops. Jim with the rest.

35. Rock: We're Not Gonna Die by MurphyMusic

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

A more rocking song written in the wake of the Manchester bombing and London attack

36. Music Videos: But I'm Not The One, Am I? by falconep

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Spoken word set to music - Best played at 30% volume.
When you fall head over heels in love, the world is upside down. Unrequited love will send you crashing.
*For those who believe the metaphors are backward, you've obviously never worshiped some one.

Thanks for watching - More to come
Recitation: Gracie Atkinson
Keyboard - Phil Falcone
© 2017 Phil Falcone
Video snippets: Creative Common Zero License

37. Rock: Perfect by MurphyMusic

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

This is a song I recently wrote and recorded about my daughter. I've got quite a few new songs ready and recorded which I will be able to start sharing regularly . Hope you enjoy

38. World: Gambit by falconep

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

An homage to John Barry's brilliant cinematic compositions like The James Bond Theme, Born Free, Dances With Wolves, Zulu, and dozens more. An inspiration to me.
Thanks for taking the time to listen. More to come.
Keyboard - Phil Falcone
© 2016 Phil Falcone

39. Jazz: To Claire by THSANTAC by awigze

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

There is a longer version of this which is exquisite. I begged Thierry if I could add sax to his song. He said yes. This is the final 3 1/2 minutes of the song; about where my sax solo comes in and up to the ending. This is dedicated to Claire and to all the Claires in our lives who are special.

An earlier post is here:

40. Pop: Learn It From The Free by toveco

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

New song from Larszzz and Friends

Lyrics: djRF1,
Drums: Henk-Jan
Vocals: unidentified woman
Mix: TSTstudio
guitars, bass & concept: Larszzz

41. Music Videos: "Menace to Sobriety" by BatoBeats

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Happy Sunday! My name is Gerry aka BatoBeats and this a song and video project I have been working on. The music is an original by me done in Studio One Pro. What I am asking for is How my vocals sound as far as clarity and/or if it sits in the mix. Also, this is my first time playing bass guitar so I was hoping I can get some feedback from that. It was recorded D.I. with an Amp Plug-in. I have mixed synth bass before but an electric bass is brand new to me. I couldn't find a bassist for $80 so I bought an $80 bass. lol. Thanks for listening!

YouTube link:

42. Metal: Hardrada The Viking by SebastienGabriel

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Extreme guitar shredding! This is an instrumental version of that piece.

43. Rock: The Jesse Whetsell Band LP: Side 2, Track 3 - No Light by JulietsFuneral

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

One of my favorite songs on this album. Hopefully y'all enjoy it as well. I love playing it. Enjoy. Thanks for listening.

LP available for Pre-Order.

Work on this album began in November of 2016 in North Platte, NE after Jordan emailed Jesse a nice hour long drum jam. Finally, in late September 2017, Jesse completed the album with a goal in mind... "Let's put it on Vinyl!"

44. Holiday: Silent Night by LeeYohn

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

I am suffering from a songwriter's block.. or is it just another word for laziness? Anyway, nothing original here, but I gave it all my heart... and that is all that matters.

45. Funk: Feel Tight by ArcangeloGorgoni

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Epic Funk with my Bro Thief Da High Priest from West Coast of USA
Lyrics and Vocals : Thief Da High Priest
All instruments and Production : Arcangelo Gorgoni
Hope you Enjoy

46. Electronica: shall we the layers and toys mix by Lapskin

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

shall we the layers and toys mix

47. Other: the sameness by theicedrinker

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

...of every day
every day is the same misery

48. Inspirational: TRIBUTE TO MY WIFE - CORNERSTONE OF MY LIFE by Lagusaya2

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

December 10 is an important day in my life. 50 Years ago I married this wonderful girl!

This is my tribute to her!

49. Ambient: Can You Hear The Rustle Of The Stars? by lena_orsa

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

Can You Hear the Rustle of the Stars? on AMAZON >>>
Piano sheet music here >>>

50. Rock: The Jesse Whetsell Band LP: Side 2, Track 3 - Melted Blues (Ooh, Wah-Wah) by JulietsFuneral

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:22:02 -0500

My favorite part of this song is the very end. Hopefully it leaves everybody wanting more. What better way to end an album? Enjoy. Thanks for listening.

LP available for Pre-Order.

Work on this album began in November of 2016 in North Platte, NE after Jordan emailed Jesse a nice hour long drum jam. Finally, in late September 2017, Jesse completed the album with a goal in mind... "Let's put it on Vinyl!"