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Psychedelic Blues

I have brought another of my older songs back to life. It was originally written in 2015 to experiment with some new plugins. It’s a very bluesy track with a psychedelic touch at the end, performed with classic rock instruments: Guitar, bass, organ and drums. No synth this time. Check out the „Psychedelic Blues“ 😀 …

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New Song on Bandcamp

I’ve just released a new single track on Bandcamp. „Es kommen bessere Zeiten (Better Times will Come)“ …… is a nice floating track with an uplifting mood. It’s synth and sequencers only plus the steady beat of a drum computer. The song has a touch of the 80s with it’s John Carpenter -like bass synth …

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Recording and Mixing

Superb session with Andreas Baaden today. We are working on a very cool track with the title TIEFSEE.

Level Pi on Wikipedia (as Uwe Cremer)

Thanks to my first label, Garden of Delights, you can read about my music on the German Wikipedia. I like that.https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uwe_Cremer

Prosit Neujahr

Better late than never: A Happy New Year to all of you.

Working on new Level Pi album

Mixing a track

Currently I’m working on the final mix of a new Level Pi album. I started experimenting with breakbeats and trip hop samples mainly for the rhythm section but you will also find Berlin School Sequencers, nice guitar solos and long spheric parts.

Fire on the Moon

with „Fire on the Moon“ by Baaden/Cremer

New Song – vote for Level Pi

I have decided to take part in the HOFA Song Contest with a brand new Level Pi song. The song is called Desert Wind. The trip hop beat and the e-piano made the track quite cool. Here you can have a listen to the track. Of course I would be happy if you would vote …

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Baaden/Cremer on Spotify, …

For those who like streaming:https://open.spotify.com/album/50repSz6lmaTcVxHtYV6ai(Link opens in a new tab)

slightly addicted

Thank god, music software summer-sale comes to an end. I had to buy a couple of things which are „absolutely necessary“ and take my productions „to the next level“. Haha. But it’s always fun to buy good software for the price of two beer. And a Schnitzel maybe. It depends.