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AJ Nicholas

AJ Nicholas

Singer Songwriter / Alternative Rock / Instrumental Santa Maria, CA  US
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Likes the Ladies
Likes the Ladies
Likes the Ladies (at Cafe Noir)
Likes the Ladies (at Cafe Noir)
One Man Army
One Man Army


The Adam Bomb Show - Theme Song (2013 mix)


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  • editing on garageband at SMC-TV (summer 2012)


AJ Nicholas



Sounds Like: The Offspring, Say Anything, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Ben Folds

Bio: I attempt to make music of the highest possible quality, with what I have. If you have feedback for me, please send it here or for a faster response, add me on www.Facebook.com/TheRealAdamJay and LIKE the AJ Nicholas artist page. Thank you!

Originally from Los Angeles, I grew up in the Santa M...See Full Bio

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“Took a long break from music while getting a few acting jobs, then jumping on this Uber and Lyft trend. Back to music now.”


Recent Blogs

Now ASCAP Registered
Mar 26, 2013

Done deal.

Making a World Vision and the Misnomer of Non-Profit
Sep 7, 2014

After looking at all my options, I chose a while back to donate about .59 cents ... [more]


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Q: What do you reference (playback) your songs on? I notice what I consider a flaw. Your songs are instrument heavy vocal lite. A good mix puts the vocal on top most of the time. Just wondering.

A: I mix using Garageband. I use "studio monitor" headphones at the studio to listen to playback. And Bose speakers at home. So I write the music tracks first usually using Software instruements, sometimes real guitar. Then I record vocals and usually do a 2nd voice to sync and a 3rd to harmonize on parts. So do u think I should just raise the volume on my vocals? Thanks for feedback, I'm still learning.

Asked by The Vortex Navigators. Answered on Fri Nov 09 2012

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