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rogerlima
01-29-2007, 06:40 PM
Hello Folks,

I'm Roger Lima, originally from Brazil and i live in the Bay Area since 2000. I have been a musician 70% of my life... I am a composer and multi-intrumentalist. Also, i am a Video Editor and I am currently producing a Sports TV show that is been shown around the Bay Area. Check it out at www.hubtv.net.
If you care to check my personal site , it is www.primetrax.com .

It is very nice to be part of such mature forum like this. I am looking forward to hear your inputs.

Best Regards,

Roger

Crossingsound
01-29-2007, 06:53 PM
Hey there

Glad to have you around, looking forward to hearing more tracks. Do you use orchestral instruments as well?

rogerlima
01-29-2007, 07:22 PM
I haven't done anything like that yet... I bought an Yamaha S-90 and i will start laying down some orchestral ideas... I do have other type of compositions though. But i am sure you guys will help me to broaden my composition skills.. :)

Here are some examples of non rock songs:

The Dark Side of the Sun (http://www.primetrax.com/mp3/primeTRAX/The%20Dark%20Side%20of%20The%20Sun.mp3)

I Can't Dance (http://www.primetrax.com/mp3/primetrax/I%20Cant%20Dance.mp3)

Orgasmic Depression (http://www.primetrax.com/mp3/primetrax/orgasmic%20depression.mp3)


Peace,

Roger

Nash
01-29-2007, 08:39 PM
Welcome Roger!

Enjoy!:D

Scott31
01-29-2007, 09:06 PM
Hi Roger and welcome. I like the first song the best - it has a great feel. I wonder where the piano comes from. It obviously has a bit of flange on it - nice sound.

I Can't Dance - nice groove and I like the background synth. Maybe just a little too up front in the mix because it buried some of the other things going on. Could be a smooth dance track if you can clean the mix up a bit.

Orgasmic Depression has a great guitar sound to it. I imagine you played live on that. Neat title too - certainly made me have to hear what it was all about.


Nice work!

fongi
01-30-2007, 02:24 PM
Hi Roger welcome, have fun ! Chris

rogerlima
02-15-2007, 05:01 PM
Thanks Folks!!!!!