You know redheat, maybe you should consider doing songs like this for the mobile phone companies? think of the cash! All kidding aside, you always manage to crack me up with these nutty songs!John Marwin
Wow.. This song is really fun to listen. Even tho it’s not my style. Technically this song is really good. The end comes surprisingly. The samples are great and overall you have done good job.
I have to say I’m interested in your music now.. LOL I think this kind of positivity is working.St. Arts, CTGMusic
Redheat’s ability to create music both adventurous as well as humorous captures the youth in all of us. A captivating melody drives the song, which also features unique chord progressions.applesnort, CTGMusic
Imagine small children scurrying about, or a relentlessly cheerful preschool teacher–this could be either’s theme song.
A pleasure to the ear, a smile on the face!
Yes, I’ve done something bad. Very very very baaad. :O
On Sunday 15th May 2005, at around 20:00 the workings of perhaps one of the most strange songs I have composed began. The song took roughly 4 hours to compose, vocalize and submit onto CTG (
http://www.ctgmusic.com/) – when I say ‘vocalize’ I mean I actually did the vocal parts of this song myself, no voice-changers, software plugins or anything was used to modify the voices in any way except for panning left and right. What you hear in this particular track is Yours Truely singing his heart out. 😀
Now, just before you begin thinking ‘Oh wow, he’s doing pro vocal work’, STOP. Just take a listen and see what I mean
I hope you enjoy this catchy little song and take it for what it’s meant, and that’s FUN. 😀
Consequently, since release, this song has so far made it to #6 at the time of posting in the CTG daily charts! Hahahahaha!Initial Announcement on the Red-heat.com forums.
- Roland XP60 Workstation
- Korg Z1 Synthesizer
- A Microphone
- Mackie VLZ16 Pro Mixing Desk
- Cakewalk Pro Audio 9
- Adobe Audition