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Post by Hippie162 »

Hi!

I write and produce my own material but am trying to broaden my "portfolio" if you like, by collaborating with others.

So far I've written two toplines for a Drum & Bass producer which was a lot of fun - ideally I'd like to get paid for this though in the future so need some examples to provide!

Anyone out there have a track they are looking for a female vocal on? Either as a session singer or top-line writer I don't mind which.

Vocal examples here on my soundcloud:

https://soundcloud.com/user-410433233-548354857

Or if no one is up for it, is there a website I could register with? I am currently on Landr offering services but it's hard to get clients without having had clients (if that makes sense?) I don't have much cash to throw at subscriptions either :-(
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Post by shufflebeat »

Nice vocal, good control, character and sense of self, (i.e. good balance between natural and musical).

Sorry can't be more practical help.

All the best for the quest.
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Post by blinddrew »

I'm slowly working on my next album that I'm hoping to be a much more collaborative affair, basic details in this thread: https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/view ... hp?t=78899
Let me know if it's of interest. :thumbup:
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blinddrew wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 9:00 pm I'm slowly working on my next album that I'm hoping to be a much more collaborative affair, basic details in this thread: https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/view ... hp?t=78899
Let me know if it's of interest. :thumbup:
Good luck.

Hi Drew, yes absolutely!

Do you have a track in mind that would need a female vocal?
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shufflebeat wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 5:00 pm Nice vocal, good control, character and sense of self, (i.e. good balance between natural and musical).

Sorry can't be more practical help.

All the best for the quest.

Thank you for the kind words :blush:
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Hippie162 wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 6:16 am Do you have a track in mind that would need a female vocal?

Not yet, but I'll have a think. If you PM me your email address I'll send you all the current potential tracks so you can see if anything piques your interest.
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Post by Arpangel »

Not my thing, in relation to my own music, but I like these songs, especially the arrangements, and I think your solo music should be your focus, rather than looking for collaborations, providing lines, I know all opportunities and work are desirable, but honestly, I think your own music deserves most of your attention, that’s my opinion.
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Arpangel wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 12:34 pm Not my thing, in relation to my own music, but I like these songs, especially the arrangements, and I think your solo music should be your focus, rather than looking for collaborations, providing lines, I know all opportunities and work are desirable, but honestly, I think your own music deserves most of your attention, that’s my opinion.


Thank you, that's a nice comment :-) I am focussing on getting my own solo tracks out also. I have a track in mixing stage at the moment which I want to release prior to xmas.
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Post by OneWorld »

Hippie162 wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 3:53 pm Hi!

I write and produce my own material but am trying to broaden my "portfolio" if you like, by collaborating with others.

So far I've written two toplines for a Drum & Bass producer which was a lot of fun - ideally I'd like to get paid for this though in the future so need some examples to provide!

Anyone out there have a track they are looking for a female vocal on? Either as a session singer or top-line writer I don't mind which.

Vocal examples here on my soundcloud:

https://soundcloud.com/user-410433233-548354857

Or if no one is up for it, is there a website I could register with? I am currently on Landr offering services but it's hard to get clients without having had clients (if that makes sense?) I don't have much cash to throw at subscriptions either :-(

Might as well throw my hat in the ring too. I struggle with my vocals, so am interested to see what a proper vocalist can make of things. Here is the link.....

https://www.reverbnation.com/tafkae

The tune is Tu Me Envais, but there are several others you can choose from, one of which you might prefer to do. Thanks.
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