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Jun 19, 2015 | 8:35 PM EDT
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Song
12.7 MB
5 min 33 sec
Score
4.80 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.80 / 5 stars
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2,282 Plays | 131 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Classic Rock
Tags:
jam
cover
instrumental
voodoochile

Author Comments

Voodoo Chile Jam. Performed by Jade Beresford, Ian Snape and Pitbulljones.

This is a jam of the classic track Voodoo Chile. It is not a direct cover and only an instrumental, there is a lot with regards to maintaining the actual bars that could be desired. Two of my extremely gifted musician friends played the guitars on this, to be precise one Jade Beresford, who's music can be found on soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/jade-beresford and my other main man Ian Snape who plays in a band called Slander who can be found at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Slander-UK/108078912580631?sk=app_2405167945. I play bass, crappily.

However I do earn brownie points for mixing this down....

Have a listen, enjoy.

Pitbulljones

Reviews


dasuperbutterbrodasuperbutterbro

Rated 4 / 5 stars

thanks ! i learned it by ear it pretty cool



SirSpaghettiSirSpaghetti

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Mmmm! great funk-groove rhythm!


pitbulljones responds:

Thanks


RudolfTheRendeerRudolfTheRendeer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice job man, digging the groove. Did you use real drums?


pitbulljones responds:

sorry for the delayed response rudolf. Family issues....

Drums are from a programme called XLN addictive audio, loads of loops kits etc but alos midi programmable :)

cheers


TedWALKERTedWALKER

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey man, could I use this for a feature length movie, basically at the end once a bi explosion happens and the "good guys" win, this song starts playing. I can give you credit for the music, alongside other musicians I am trying to find who can make good "rock" for all the firefight scenes.
I know nothing about music, DJing, editing songs etc, and so that is why I am asking if I can borrow this song.
Cheers!


pitbulljones responds:

Hey man.

Thanks for your review. Regarding your question, from a legal stand point you wouldn't be able to use this track as it's a Hendrix track, we just did a cover jam of it. However, if you are interested we can do something original for you. get in touch.


D00FYD00FY

Rated 5 / 5 stars

brownie points? more like a medal, guitars are notoriously hard to get right and you've done an awesome job, great use of panning. What DAW you use?


pitbulljones responds:

Thank you the review D00FY. You are right, guitars are hard to record. These were DI'd through my Roland octacapture, which have built in preamps a bit of compression, then used amplitude for the tones. Bit of eq cut in the lower tones always helps guitars sit better in a mix. I use Cubase for all my recording needs, always have, always will. Many thanks again for the kind words.