Listen to an example of some music partly recorded using the tumbjam app for the iPhone
The first track below features a guitar solo made using the thumbjam app for the iPhone which allows iPhone users also to create their own custom instruments with the app. The solo itself begins at 4 mins 12 seconds as pointed out by the uploader you can listen to it here or directly on soundclould via the twitter link where I originally discovered it. Since I had asked @srodmusic and anyone making true instrumental music without words to tweet to me any new stuff they have so I can listen and share on this site.
— SROD (@srodmusic) August 7, 2012
Pathways of Life by srodmusic
Just telling people about the creation of your music can further online engagement with your music for example after reading through the description of this track I looked up some of the band members and discovered this track uploaded nearly a year ago which sounds old in today’s music terms by one of the keyboard players Yeffry Marval that was played on a traditional ivory piano. Had that short but informative comment not been made about using the thumbjam app I probably would have just listened to that one track, But luckily I found this instrumental piano music to share here also for those of you that do not like music made with new technologies and anyone that uses them do not know how to play music. B.T.W if you are uploading tracks to soundcloud use album art since the other night I was listening to some tracks using the Musiclouds app for my roku player and the tracks without album art are less likely to be clicked on to be listened. Ms. Amorese – Yeffry Marval by KeyGenius
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