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rep'ruh'zent music repository music by steve nash

Here will be a permanent home for my music creations. So many ranges of music it's hard to list them all but I will try.

  • Jazz
  • Acidjazz
  • Downtempo
  • Dance
  • Trance
  • Binaural Beats
  • Isochronic
  • Experimental
  • Meditation
  • Relaxation
  • Rewrites
  • Redos
  • Remixes
  • Mashups
  • finished and unfinished projects as well as my past life as a commercial music creation artist for TV commercials.

DAW Software and Hardware: Alesis QS8.1 88 key hammer-key keyboard, Alesis IO|2 Microphone/Line input USB Controller, Behringer BCF2000 USB MIDI Control Surface, Propellerhead Reason, Cubase 5.x, reWire to connect the two and Reaper.

Stay tuned, more to come!

Below is the first ever commercially produced commercial I did with my old producer for a Cabbage growing and Technology company from Oklahoma and Texas. They wanted a promotional video with enthusiastic music which showed their harvesting techniques.

Below is a small snippit of a 12 minute piece I wrote in high school and finished about 3 years ago. It took a long time to write because it had to be perfect in my mind because it was the highlight of my compositions. Written completely from scratch, heavy on the right foot as the pieces move into each other with dissonance and fluidity. I hope you enjoy.

This next piece was written for a Private Christian school for their promotional material sent to prospective students. This was for the Christian Wellington School. I don't have the video so I had to just assign a picture for it. They said to me "make it happy and have the intro sound like the intro to NYPD:Blue with the drums". Alas, here it is.

Tori Amos - Winter. Recorded into Instagram thus limited to about a minute of playing time due to their video length restrictions.

Created By
Steve Nash
Appreciate

Credits:

Steve Nash 1996 - 2017

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