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4.35 / 5.00

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This was my first time trying to record all instruments seperatly using a metronome and putting them together as a song, I only had one microphone and recording device which is my zoom h4n.
The vocals are recorded with the Placid Copperphone.
I was just playing the trumpet for 2 months when I recorded this so that explains why it is a bit flat.

Equipment used:

Placid Copperphone
Zoom H4n
Custom Made Electric Guitar
Hammond xk1
Pocket Trumpet
Some crappy drumset
Bernstein Piano



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Caught the essence of the old style perfectly.

Sell it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Gosh I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

well I love the lyric, the instruments are a little unsynchronized, still its pure gold mate, pure gold!!! good try, yes the trumpet is a little flat but hey it just makes the perfect touch... keep trying this one's superb, so the next one It's going to be a delight for our ears!!!!! NICE JOB MATE KEEP THE SUPERB WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I didn't know people still made music like this. I love it. Also, don't worry about the trumpet sounding flat. It was perfect to contribute the mood of the song, sort of gritty and very noir.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


The tune, rythm and everything was so retro-styled, well done and put together, the only complain, the voice is too quite, it lacks just a little more volume. Congratulations, great job overall.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I really can't believe how amazing this song is. I really was thinking about getting a trumpet but I was worried about how much would it take to learn some good trumpet. You see I already know guitar and some piano and I'm 14 so I ain't sure... What do you think?

Basset-Hound responds:

I'd say go for it,
when I recorded this I played the trumpet for 2 months with no lessons so when you already play guitar and piano it is pretty easy to pick up any other instrument. The first few weeks its really struggling but after you get how it works, its just playing alot and your progress will show alot.

Its now a year later and I enjoy playing my trumpet, whenever I play trumpet I bring out better melody's then any other instruments. :)