The Way of Love 5

This is a new love track demo, with a very sweet chorus that will make you dream.

The demo has been created to explain how to mix vocals with other instruments, there are many effects used (the typical state of the art effects used in the industry). The song itself is not “common”, because it’s a blend of different styles all together. Considering it as demo, I love to blend styles.

If you want to know how I had the idea of this song, it’s simple. It all starts from the electric piano part that I play during the chorus. Started from there and evolved into this track.

As always, I wish you a great listening and use always very good speakers to have the best audio experience.

If you have good headphones, it’s ok as well. Better to use good headphones than bad speakers.

Leave a Comment:
  • LUCY 24 October, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    This is wonderful as usual. The most generous and helpful man always giving the best information on music and the creative process.

  • Manuel Marino
    24 October, 2011 at 7:46 pm

    Thank you, Lucy! you, are wonderful 🙂 thanks for being a so important friend.

  • sheldon_music 28 October, 2011 at 10:43 pm

    Hi Manuel, great track, thanks for uploading. I noticed the vocal track sounds like it is from 2 different sources (left and right) but not from the center. Yet it has enough energy to cut through the mix. Wondering what kind of tricks and effects have you applied to achieve this result, thanks!

  • Manuel Marino
    29 October, 2011 at 12:59 am

    Thanks, Sheldon! you can obtain the effect in multiple ways, as example with a good chorus. The easy way is having many takes of the voice part, usually mono takes and then editing them into a stereo track. Old good overdubbing will always surpass any digital era effect 🙂

  • sheldon_music 31 October, 2011 at 7:39 am

    Cool! Thanks for sharing, Manuel!

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