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Greg Stevenson

Portage, WI Pop / Pop Rock / Electronica


Label: Independent

Bio: Album titled; Otherworldly Paradise is the sole creation of Greg Stevenson, every note and articulation expressively played straight from the heart. Also featuring Sara Stevenson (harmony vocal) on various tracks such as Spirit in You adding that 'angelic' touch to a melodic love song. Other song... See Full Bio

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CD Album: "Otherworldly Paradise" is available at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Otherworldly-Paradise-Greg-Stevenson/dp/B006WCI2IM


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    Amazing songwriting and musical execution!! I am loving these songs. Drop by my page when you get a chance to say hi, listen to a song, and share thoughts. Plus I would lik...
  • Karina RA (Artist) Karina RA
    You music is nice
  • Yonas Prayudhi (Artist) Yonas Prayudhi
    Great Tracks :)
  • Vicki J (Artist) Vicki J
    Exquisite music here! I like your unique style and creativity....happy happy......
  • MykoMan (Artist) MykoMan
    "Stars Above" is a great tune! Enjoying my listen here. Stop by when you get a chance , listen to a tune. let us know what you think.It would be greatly appreciated ~Mykoman
  • Jean Vivace (Artist) Jean Vivace
    Enjoying your first track..great stuff..stay cool!!!
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Q: How do you get such pro sounding mixes?
A: Thanks for your comment/question. This subject can go deep and easily exceed 500 pages. I'll keep it brief; it's a labor of love and not so much the tools used, in fact anything can be done on a mere pittance (budget)! The key; is 'the song' and having knowledge and confidence, keeping a good balance / perspective, also the way all the instruments are composed / arranged in a way that they compliment one another. I usually start with the vocals / main melodies as the main guide whereas others may start with for example; the beat. Each to their own I guess. Always capturing a great 'vibe', 'feel' at every step of the way is very important too as each sound/instrument plays an important part.

Asked by Rockin'Robby. Answered on Wed Sep 19 2012