Did You Call Me

Advanced contributor gofirjet
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Hey everyone. Trying to get outside of what I normally do with this electronic tune. This probably falls into the genre of Trance but I’m not sure as I’m still learning. This is my first electronic tune so any suggestions are much appreciated! Thanks for listening and commenting. Bob

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16 Responses to Did You Call Me

Commented:  February 10, 2013 at 5:53 PM()

bob, this is really cool there’s a music pub i have dealt with in the past who does mainly tv and movie stuff. you can submit online.


Commented:  February 10, 2013 at 7:34 PM()

I have to said it’s very good,I like the way you mix all the instrument and sounds different,congratulation

Commented:  February 10, 2013 at 9:51 PM()

yes. i have worked with this house for over 20yrs, but they’re very choosey. mk

Commented:  February 11, 2013 at 9:11 AM()


Thank you for posting. I really enjoyed looking at your video as it described the different views. It caused me to think about my own efforts at using recording software.

I like this a lot. I am also experimenting with this genre also something called Dubstep. I like what you have done. This genre really is a wide open creative format. Good job

    I will venture out into Dubstep someday when I get a little more proficient in synth programming. The bass wobble in Dubstep is little daunting (mysterious) at the moment for me. However, a few months ago I didn’t even know the genre existed! Thanks for listening and commenting. Glad you liked it! Make sure you post your Debstep creation here! Looking forward to hearing it!

Frank Howell
Commented:  February 12, 2013 at 9:18 AM()

Hey Bob-Since I’m a lyricist, I’m probably not your best critique source. That being said, I have nothing but positive comments. Great arrangement and flow. I love the idea of using it for a movie sound track. I was picturing actions scenes as I was listening. You know, the guy has 30 seconds to crack the safe before the SWAT team comes crashing in. The “play-by-play” on the screen was great. Really nice work. I enjoyed it!

    Hey Frank, thanks for sharing the visual. That is really encouraging to me that you can see this track being somewhere other than my computer! It was a lot of fun to do. I’m glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for listening and commenting! Bob

Commented:  February 13, 2013 at 9:49 PM()

Has an oldy “Night Rider” feel to it. Kind of club feel like on “Miami Vice” action. Neat arrangement. I like the game BEJEWED’s theme music throughout. This reminds me of that in a small way.

Commented:  April 15, 2013 at 8:57 PM()

As a huge gamer, you need to submit it to that realm. That track had depth and emotion. Well done!

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