Edward Roussac 16

@edwardsmusic

Melbourne AU   Jan 2017


Artist Bio

Influences:   The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, INXS, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, King Crimson, Robert Fripp, Mike Oldfield, The Velvet Underground, Daniel Johnston, Jandek

I play piano, guitar and bass, and occasionally sing. I am able to write songs when given the opportunity, but often have trouble getting inspired.

This is my fourth year of FAWM. For 2020, I'm not at all sure what I want to do. I feel like I want to spend this year re-recording and refining my earlier FAWM works.

I'm still here. It's frustrating when you've made a promise to yourself to stick around on FAWM and it is literally a ghost town from March to January. I'm over exaggerating here, but I hope you get the gist of what I'm saying.

FAWM 2017: 14/14 songs. Half of those songs were older songs written before 2017, but I still managed to get 14 in. Most of these songs ended up on my debut album "The Beginning".
FAWM 2018: 14/14 songs. Most of these songs are still in an incomplete state, but I plan to finish them sometime and use them in my unfinished album "The Pop Album".
FAWM 2019: 15 songs. This was a concept album about communication and friendship, which is still unfinished/unreleased.

Equipment:
Casio CTK-620L 61-key keyboard
Yamaha PSR-EW400 76-key keyboard
Yamaha P-125 digital piano
Martinez MD-33 TSB steel-string acoustic guitar
SX Precision bass guitar
Monterey MGS-14 electric guitar
Acoustica Mixcraft 8
Steinberg UR22 MkII audio interface
Audacity

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  • @quork  4 weeks

    Hey Edward, are you still interested in collaborating on Yeah Baby? If so, send your email address to rprovan@klondiker.com and I’ll share the tracks with you via Dropbox. You can add/subtract/remix to your heart’s content. TSeaver is also working on it, but I figure the more the merrier, right?

  • @rainchaser  5 weeks

    Thanks for the comments on our song, "A Cog On A Rusted Wheel"! That chord progression in the verse sections was very typical to use in 60s R&B music. So I'm surprised you thought it reminded you of Nirvana! Though Nirvana did use that chord progression in one of their songs IIRC. I guess grunge and alternative have also incorporated the chord progression in their songs too?

  • @sarahmonticue 5 weeks

    Yes, please! Go ahead and work on whichever song inspires you. Would be glad to hear what you come up with for This Cruel Game.

  • @misterd 5 weeks

    Hi Edward , I’m open to collaboration . Not sure how to go about though -technology wise . Let me know your thoughts . Cheers mate

  • @sarahmonticue 5 weeks

    Hey Edward, someone else asked first about Don't Let it Be Too Late, but if you already had ideas, I would love to hear them. I also just put up some more lyrics if you end up liking those better.

  • @johnnyjustice 5 weeks

    EDWARD YOU ANIMAL

    You listened to all of our tracks!! Thank you SO MUCH for the incredible comments and support. Really, there was so much depth to your input, it was really rather flattering. Definitely will check out some of your submissions and leave some comments.

    Peace.

  • @quork  6 weeks

    Hey Edward, sounds good to me. Go for it.

  • @ustaknow 6 weeks

    Hey Edward, -- I appreciate your comments very much. You'd have to actually have listened to the track, or most of it if not all of it to know what you comment.

    The fact that you "Like" it means allot, -- always glad for that. Yes, my stuff is not "intended" for mainstream music. I the Soljourner, -- I actually picked a Key (if you listen to the backing to compare) my voice would crack. I didn't want to be off pitch or too off anyway. In that key, you'll hear by the end, it's more of a "yelling" key, not even Belting. Anyway, just say'in, -- glad you hear/interpret as you do.

  • @sarahmonticue 6 weeks

    Posted some lyrics that could use some music. Thought you might be interested in working on it. Let me know!

  • @sarahmonticue 6 weeks

    Thanks for leaving me some kind words on Paint a Picture! And for just appreciating my idea of a concept album about childhood in general!

  • @msculli1  6 weeks

    Thanks for listening again, your comments are much appreciated. I see you are well on the way to completing the 14.

  • @sbs2018 6 weeks

    Thanks for commenting on "Daydreams." So appreciated!

  • @rshakesp  6 weeks

    thanks for your comment - nice point on the TAB - I've added the same for all my songs.

  • @billwhite51 6 weeks

    thank you for your comment on Hollywood. Thats a good interpretation, but its actually more literal than that. Its about going back to your old neighborhood only to find that all the friends you had there are dead.

  • @misterd 6 weeks

    Thanks Edward for listening and comments on my song/s. I really appreciate it mate . Cheers 😀

  • @lowhum 7 weeks

    Txs for the comment. The fx are from a Roland XP10.

  • @misterd 7 weeks

    Thank you so much Edward for listening and your kind comments on my song ‘It really doesn’t matter ‘. Really appreciate it !

  • @mattoxic  7 weeks

    rock hands - yes, yesterday was payday, had been meaning to do this for a while. What DAW do you use Edward? I would like to send you something, but you look like you're pretty busy.

  • @quork  7 weeks

    Hi Edward, thanks for listening and commenting. Nice to see you back on here. I look forward to checking out your music.

  • @bithprod 7 weeks

    If you'd like to make music for Google Me This, that would be great! 😀

  • @aesthetic72  7 weeks

    Thanks for your comment on When the Night Falls! If you'd like to add a bass/guitar track, you can email at aesthetic.seventytwo@gmail.com. We can work out the deets there.

  • @cicpisces 7 weeks

    @edwardsmusic thank you for your comment on my song Up.
    Be delighted if you put it to music. Thanks.

  • @djrhodyn 8 weeks

    EDWAAAAAARD GOOD LUCK DUDE!

  • @pipewrench67  8 weeks

    Yo

  • @klaus  Jan 23

    Hi Edward. Greetings from Finland.

  • @aesthetic72  Jan 14

    Looking forward to hearing your work this year. Happy FAWMing!