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Don't Be Shy by HatchBatch Released!

Written back in 2020, this track was inspired by a viewing Big Fish in concert.  The original Stratocaster lead was converted from audio to midi, cleaned up in Cubase Score, and then converted back to audio.  It's a fast 2/4 cut time with a triplet on the quarter note.  Thus, normally called a swing, in 2/4.  Keyboard plays on the 1/2 beat most of the time.  The strings are accent on verse but pad on the chorus.  What can I say, the drums are hot!   A dance track.   Don't Be Shy on SoundCloud
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New Release! Get Up (Dance Version) - Now on SoundCloud!

Get Up (Dance Version) on SoundCloud   Get Up, originally released back in 2019, is all "danced up".  Features Stratocaster solo and lots of brass!  Album Cover Credit: By_Jo on Pixabay

HatchBatch Singles Playlist on Spotify!

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HatchBatch Now on SoundCloud!

For all my friends that don't use paid accounts like Spotify, HatchBatch is now on SoundCloud!  Here's the link:   HatchBatchMusic on SoundCloud   or just search for HatchBatchMusic on SoundCloud I also added a playlist of all my latest singles, here's the link: HatchBatch Singles Playlist on SoundCloud

I Don't Know Live On Spotify!

  I asked myself, what should I name this track.  I guess you get what you asked for …. ha.  Another creation ("Hatch") that started as a guitar/voice improvise.   A big shout-out to GERALT On Pixabay for the cover artwork Here's the link: I Don't Know on Spotify

Trees (Dance Version) Live On Spotify!

 Trees (Dance Version) The idea is to take prior releases and "EDM" them....  Trees was written in 2018 and first released in 2019.  This update was done in 2022.   A big shout-out to  JPLENIO On Pixabay  for the cover artwork Here's the link:   Trees (Dance Version) on Spotify

New Artist Name: HatchBatch

 I'm releasing new material under the artist name HatchBatch  - To hatch music in batches Why the artist name change?  to reflect how I create music  Music created using improvisation (to hatch or originate) is fast and easy. So easy, in fact, the tracks flow out in "batches".  Each session rapidly follows another in the genre of choice.  Once created or "hatched", modern digital audio workstation (DAW) software, such as Steinberg Cubase 12, make it easy to modify the initial recordings.