For the record, I didn’t name this one, lol… A good friend needed an up tempo guitar back track for a project. I’m always looking for something new to create, so I composed this track. This one fit the bill. PineRidge studios helped with the final mix down.
This was one of my first experiments with dropped tuning and a few other things. I love the heavy vibe and rich harmony parts. Even after all these years, I love the mix and this is one of my favorite personal songs. I have no idea why, but I never get tired of this one.
I wrote this song for a local snow boarding video back in 2007. Turned out pretty cool. Some of my cleanest guitar work from back in the day. The mix is a little “bright/harsh”. I was using an older version of Ozone for the mix down. I had no idea how to use the software, lol… and it shows. Oh well, live and learn right?
Lucky for me I gave the project manager my raw audio tracks. I’m sure his mix-down sounds much better than mine.
[title size=”1″]Viaje de Camino[/title]
This song made it to #1 over-all on Acid Planet. Not sure if that makes this my most popular song or not? This is one of the first songs that I composed on guitar. I didn’t record it until 2007, but it’s been in my head for years.
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As always, if you need help with any of my files just let me know. I’m always happy to help. If you buy a lease license, I can chop down a file to create a shorter loop, rip down single tracks or anything else that you might need. Just send me a message after you purchase the file and I’ll be happy to help.
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