Fibonacci – With Chris Webb

Greetings Internet Traveller,

Check out this brand new song, Fibonacci! It’s a Pop Punk style tune with fun instrumentation and emotional tension. This song is a creation from when my best friend, Chris, and I locked ourselves in his studio for 3 days straight. It was an experiment of creative spirit and collaboration. Chris is such a brilliant composer, musician, and engineer! It was a pleasure to get to be along side him for so long, to get to learn so much from him, and to get to create this special auditory experience for you.

I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did making it!!!

Check out more of Chris’ work here: https://soundcloud.com/webberstudios

Song Stream Link: https://soundcloud.com/webberstudios/fibonacci

Thank you.

Nich

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Updated Portfolio!

You can now download my entire portfolio for absolutely FREE!
Nearly every song I’ve written, played guitar, bass, or drums on.

Check it out here! (https://theendisnich.com/about/nichs-portfolio/)

Download and Enjoy!

-Nich

Lost In Line

Webber Studios has released yet another track. This time by London locals, Lost In Line.

Hello Amora

Hello Amora

I’d like to introduce you all to my new band, Hello Amora. We’ve been recording for the past couple of months and we would like to show you a song we have while we continue to record new ones. We will be working on a set-list shortly and we plan to see you all very soon! Until then, like us on Facebook, Listen or Download our song ‘I’d Tell You To Get Lost, But You Already Are’, and please let us know what you think of it! Beefs? Likes? Tell us! ❤

Love,

-Nich

It Was The Sharks – Garageband Demo

I’ve been recording a song for the past week entitled It Was The Sharks. This project was very interesting from the very beginning. It had me using the program Garageband, standard on all Mac computers and available on all iOS devices, for my very first time. As well it’s the first song I’ve written and recorded on my own. It was a very fun self experiment to take part in and I think it came together quite well. There are still a bunch of obvious errors and fixes needed, but I’m honestly too impatient and would rather record at Webber Studios instead of working on it for another week. So this is a good example of what one can do on their first use of Garageband. If you too own a Mac computer and have an interest in recording your ideas, I highly recommend you take the time to do so. It’s easy, fast, and the end result is convincing. Here it is… It Was The Sharks (Garageband Version).

Enjoy! (Try not to cringe too hard. A better version will be coming shortly.)

-Nich