Something I’ve been thinking about lately is posting some older original tracks for listeners who may not be familiar with some of the older material. This is the first in a series of related posts.
I mentioned in a previous post that one of my major influences is Eurodance, and nothing shows that better than “No Greater Love”. I believe I composed this track in late 2001/early 2002. This song is significant for several reasons:
- At the time, I used a different kind of sequencing software which was nearly impossible for a serious musician to use, however I had grown very proficient at using it, despite it’s limitations. The sample based software only had 3 “tracks” which consisted of 16 positions each where you could place notes or drum samples, for a total of 48 total notes or drums in a bar.
- This was one of the first real melodic songs I ever composed. I had done some other things, but they were mostly beaty hardhouse.
- It eventually rose up on independent music site SoundClick’s Euro chart to a top position of #51 out of 1,820.
So, dear listener, I give you, the original and remixed versions of “No Greater Love”.