Illuminati conspiracy theorists are going to have a field day with this one.
If you are stuck mixing to a 2-track (stereo beat) in your rap session, here are some tips to help you mix the vocals to the beat.
Champagne Tane is an American musician, actor, and screenwriter. Born in Vermont and raised in New York City and Providence, Rhode Island; Champagne Tane now resides/records in Portland, Oregon.
Directed by Van Londen Media, who has done the majority of up and coming artists video production in the Pacific Northwest. The video was shot on the Southeast side of Portland, Oregon with the use of twelve professional models, four Pedi-Cabs (bike taxi), and a film crew. “1997” is the second single from Champagne Tane’s debut EP “They Fall Like Autumn” which is being released in March 2014.
Produced By Larry Fisherman
From The Album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off”
Get The Album Here: http://smarturl.it/watchingmovies
Directed By Rex Arrow
Concept By Rex Arrow & Delusional Thomas
Producer, Bird Wranger, Lyric Coach – Noam Harary
Cinematography – Patrick Stroub
Edited By Ian Wolfson
Location Scout, Bird Wrangler, Cat Wrangler, Zen Provider – Alexis Brower
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Produced By: Alexander Devine (@DevineNoise)
Music By: The Wishermen
Recorded At: Flatline Studios | Portland, OR
Directed By: J. MRK (@jordanmarkus)
Cameras: Stas Afanasiev (@spxls), Jordan Cruz (@Cruz_RSM), and Chris Riedl
Off their new album, Money Power Respect, Philthy Rich and Dubble 00 release their second single Never Get Enough featuring Mikey Vegaz.
Mixed by Flatline Studios
Written & Created by Melanie Martinez
Directed and Shot by Nathan Scialom & Tom McNamara
Produced by Melanie Martinez, Nathan Scialom, Tom McNamara, and Nullah Sarker
Visual FX & Editing by the SteamyintheCity Music Collective
Video Directed by: Noah Porter
From the Album “VS. PRTLND” available for FREE DOWNLOAD http://txemusic.com/
Beat Produced by: G_FORCE a.k.a Calvin Valentine for http://gravityhits.com/
Cuts by: Celsius https://twitter.com/TheCelsius
Four years ago, Liv Warfield was doing a chorus for me on the Northe’n Lights album. About a year or so later, she toured the world with Prince and now she is ready to show the world her powerhouse vocals on her solo project, The Unexpected. Watch her debut performance on the Jimmy Fallon show with her single, Why Do You Lie.
Produced by: Rex Kudo/Idan & Raz Simone
All Vocals & Lyrics by: Raz Simone
Directed by: Raz Simone & Jon Holman
Shot & edited by: Jon Holman
Animation by: Joe Garber
With Younite, you can get to know the vision behind Flatline Studio’s recording artists, 7hirdwav3, and their music. I also helped produce the music that plays in the video.
Directed by Jordan Markus.
When Krispy and I had first started this song for his album he came in with a sample from his fathers band, Pleasure. He had wanted to chop up the horn section. The rest consisted of me finding the sounds for him to use and he plugged in the notes he wanted. Real easy and quick, how the chemistry is between us in the studio.
This is the first single off the Beauty of Sound album from Krispy Hendrixx. Recorded at Flatline Studios.
Directed by Asa Spade Pritchard from www.ptownmedia.com
Plenty to think about here: who are our heroes, why are they our heroes, should they be, how are they represented, have we chosen them for ourselves or have they been chosen for us…
He touches on a number of issues pertaining to modern culture, politically, economically, environmentally, etc. Also, it’s quite funny.
Filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, 2013
After a milestone year for Cassow and his career, Cassow showcases his inspirations and dreams that he has harnessed for so long that he has now brought into existence. Fellow New York rap group tribe gang released the original version in 2013 which inspired Cassow to make his own version.
Prod. By Su Bviley
Shot by: Noah Porter
Had the pleasure of doing the recording and mixing for the jazz instrumentals used in this film. Jordan Cruz, who also works at Flatline, did all recording for the voice overs and Foley sound effects. He also mixed down all the audio for the whole film.
Columbia District is a generational story that follows Sheldon, a young man filled with self doubt, obsession and anger. After losing his father to an unknown illness Sheldon becomes possessive of his fathers old negatives reprinting them over and over again. Sheldon’s father was a photographer for Natural Explorer magazine and would take Sheldon and his brother to the beach to take pictures. Hallucinations transport Sheldon to a waterfall his father used to take him to during a session with a thearapist. Sheldon’s separation from reality develops further as he isolates himself to the darkroom deepening his obsession with his fathers work. PDX JAZZ Radio DJ and host of the Columbia District radio program, Bennessy on the Rocks narrates Sheldon’s day giving us insight into his brothers day-to-day activities and beliefs.
Directed by Nick Caiazza
Music written by Ben Caiazza
Music recorded/mixed by Alexander Devine at Flatline Studios
Foley, Voiceover, and Mixdown by Jordan Cruz at Flatline Studios
Everyone’s talking about the “Internet of Things,” but what exactly does that mean for our future? In this thoughtful talk, economist Marco Annunziata looks at how technology is transforming the industrial sector, creating machines that can see, feel, sense and react — so they can be operated far more efficiently. Think: airplane parts that send an alert when they need to be serviced, or wind turbines that communicate with one another to generate more electricity. It’s a future with exciting implications for us all.
Directed by Jared Leto
“City of Angels” a short film by THIRTY SECONDS TO MARS, featuring Alan Cumming, Ashley Olsen, Corey Feldman, James Franco, Juliette Lewis, Kanye West, Lily Collins, Lindsay Lohan, Olivia Wilde, Selena Gomez, Shaun White, and Steve Nash.