Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

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Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby aldenorai » Sun Dec 25, 2011 11:37 am

Merry Christmas! Here is the final teaser for "The Fade" album coming in 2012!
- George R. Powell
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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby Danny » Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:49 pm

Is this your music, you actualy made/sang it?

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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby aldenorai » Sat Dec 31, 2011 10:37 pm

Yes it is. All of the music is 100% digitally composed; not a single instrument is real.

I do it all within a MIDI environment, and have some really good VST plugins for it. Also, I do not use loops; all guitar and drum parts are made from scratch.

- MusicLab's RealStrat (for electric guitars; you have to add your own distortion to them which I do via Amp Simulator which comes with Nuendo 4 when you buy it)
- ManyBass (for the bass guitars)
- Addictive Drums (quite possibly the most realistic-sounding drumset plugin I've found)
- Korg LegacyCell and Absynth 4 for the synth stuff

And I did write the lyrics, sing it, and did the mixing myself. The entire thing is pre-mastered with Ozone 4, which is quite a handy mastering plugin.
- George R. Powell
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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby Danny » Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:24 am

wow if thats the case you should be proud. The music is great, anywhere i can download the music weather its free or has to paid for?

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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby aldenorai » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:40 pm

Thank you! ^_^

This particular album has not been released yet, however I do have an EP that was released back in November. The style is a bit lighter and more of a 1980's synth pop/rock style. You can still check it out. It's on iTunes and a number of other places as well, but the cheapest place to get it is CDBaby:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/setufirestorm
- George R. Powell
Music Composer | Screenwriter | Voice Actor

http://www.georgerpowell.com

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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby SBG » Sun Jan 01, 2012 5:31 pm

All midi? WOW :shock:

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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby Danny » Sun Jan 01, 2012 10:50 pm

Thanks, are these okay to use in games i create to? Of course with the correct crediting.

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Re: Christmas "The Fade" (2012) - album teaser #2

Postby aldenorai » Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:52 am

The technical answer is yes, but the Momentum EP, as well as the upcoming album The Fade, are commercial works, and the use of them would have to be licensed.

Normally, had this been my older work that was posted online under a Creative Commons license, I would say to go right ahead and use them. Since these are commercial works, they will require licensing for use. I've already licensed some songs to a game company that is creating a rhythm-based guitar game that should be coming out this month, and I can't really let one person freely use my intellectual property while other business entities had to pay for it.
- George R. Powell
Music Composer | Screenwriter | Voice Actor

http://www.georgerpowell.com


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