Someone took my bass line

Over at Wikiloops, some guy named Jim took my bass from the ‘Ask Stephanie’ song, and merged it into a new and different branch of the same song – which is totally cool. Now that new one is at https://www.wikiloops.com/backingtrack-jam-134557.php – and it has some 60s vibe to it. Nice. I chatted with Jim for […]

You should be here

A wonderful Jam collaboration on Wikiloops by Klaus, Stef, Anne, and Kimbo, to which I just added a bit of low end. Thanks everyone, it’s a pleasure and honour jammin’ with you! This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com. Musicians: Thanks for listening.

Ask Stephanie (She will know)

Another masterpiece of Joe (Relativity) and Shi, to which I again tried to add a little humble groundwork type of carpet. Thanks to both for providing such gems of art on Wikiloops, I feel honoured that I could play along. Hope you like my noodling 🙂 This track is embedded with the friendly permission by […]

An own remix

Today I did my first own remix of a song on Wikiloops to which I had previously contributed already. After receiving an HD file from Joe, who made the template for the song, I had all the parts together – and played in the bass again, since I wasn’t 100% happy with it anyway. So […]

Another remix with me in it

Here’s a remix titled “The Way That Shi Moves (Take 2)” (it’s no typo but a word game on the singer’s name). ArkRockStudio had added some keys and remixed the whole track. Listen: This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com. Musicians: Thanks Ark – and thanks everyone here (and/or […]

The way that she moves

A Jazzrock / slow Funk track from Acousticeg, Shi, and now me. I didn’t do that much here; just doubled the voice with my fretless bass: This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com. Musicians: Oh, and just to show my recording session in Ardour, and the two exports (mixed […]

Desperate Androids

And now for something different. Play this one loud if you can: This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com. Musicians: Thanks for listening. Musicians: consider joining us there in the loops; it’s free and it’s fun (as you might have guessed already)!

Got remixed…

OliVBee, the original template author/creator of what would later be Moonchild’s “Eternally” just remixed my bass into the piece. Here it is, and I think he even did a bit more than just to “mix” it – so merçi encore Olivier: This track is embedded with the friendly permission by the creatives on wikiloops.com. Enjoy…