A blending of synthesizer based styles, with 3 lead vocals & harmony by myself, portraying different personas for originality.
I'm Kenny, composer, vocalist, & filmmaker (and KJ of Hybris Entertainment Karaoke).
The goal of the project aptly named "In Triplet-Cut", is to produce (at least) one "single" song, using synthesizers as instruments, 3 lead vocals with harmonies (all real, no autotune), but the catch is all the parts will be done by myself as 3 created personas. The role of 3 vocalists has surrounded much popular music throughout the years, as in trios, etc.
My mission is to write, produce, and perform a modern pop rock song, quality recorded and mastered. Lots of Starbucks coffee will be key. Having made my own songs in the past and played in bands, skill isn't the problem. Getting the quality a project of this level deserves, does present a small hurdle in indie circles, which is why I am here. Bedroom recording just doesn't cut it, anymore. With managing my time wisely on projects, and deadlining creativity, I will have a completed song on disc within the month of November, this year.
The style, as the image on this site suggests, is going to be dark and ominously powerful. While it will have rock elements, I am influenced by many decades of music styles, including current.
If the song ends up a good fit for one of the film projects I have in the works, then it may end up in a qualifying soundtrack. Regardless, the music will seek its path once complete, and aims to be my crowning musical achievement. I've been saving up this blast of musical creativity for quite a while, for such an entertaining project, and it is ready to "pop".
Most of my "independent arts" success has been in film, although I have been playing with musicians, like the drummer of famous blues artist Travis Moonchild Haddix, by the name of Jeremy Sullivan, and others whom have played with other famous artists here and there. Currently, I've been in an 80's coverband, aiding a friend with his vision.
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