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Demos of recordings made at Soundmagic Studios

Demo Area:
Song Production Examples

The following examples demonstrate how we can help you create professional-sounding songs or demos to either promote yourself or to sell. Our experienced team of engineers and producers will work with you to create songs that showcase your song writing skills and talents, giving you the opportunity to present your work in the best possible light.

The DEMO versions are all original with click tracks, guide vocals, guide instruments in most instances as presented to us, sometimes with a brief as to what was required, but mostly not!

The FINAL versions are the finished songs after reworking and recorded by Steve Tsoi, with new instrumentation, mixed and mastered.

 

Found Love is a song co-written by producer Steve Tsoi and Relay bassist/songwriter Bob Addis.

 

The final version has Project Taiga vocalist Rob Mepham and features on Project Taiga's debut album Mountain Of Skulls.

 

A Hundred Years is a song written by Bristol based singer/songwriter whose brief to us was to create a piano ballad from his lyrics and ukulele accompaniment!

The final version features session vocalist Lindsay Jones and pianist Dave Cooke.

 

Shade Of Blue is a song written by Relay bassist/songwriter Bob Addis.

The final version has Project Taiga vocalist Rob Mepham and features on Project Taiga's debut album Mountain Of Skulls.

 

Beautiful World is another song written by Bristol based singer/songwriter whose brief to us was to create a piano ballad from his lyrics and ukulele accompaniment!

The final version features session vocalist Lindsey Jones and pianist Dave Cooke.

 

Roam is a song written by Linconshire based singer/songwriter Jake Beckett who had previously recorded at a different studio but decided to come to us to rework the arrangement and re-record.

The final version features Jake himself on vocals and session pedal steel player Rob Allen.

 

Twist The Knife is another song written by Relay bassist/songwriter Bob Addis. 

Originally a rock tune with heavy guitars, it was reworked into an acoustic guitar-based ballad featuring Project Taiga vocalist Rob Mepham. 

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