Orville Mulligan’s Ragtime Dream

Orville Mulligan's Ragtime Dream © 2023 by Shane Ivers is licensed under CC BY 4.0 Creative Commons logoCCBY icon

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Electrorag! The sensation that's sweeping the nation. Old timey ragtime but with a fat bass, raging kick, and searing leads. Is it from the 1920s or the 2020s? Who knows? (it's actually from the 2020s tho). The ragtime elements are sometimes aged for a nice old 78 sizzle, and are a simple five-peice band comprising piano, bass, drums, clarinet, and trumpet. The EDM elements are your usual electronic fare.

This one is a Patron-produced track! Commissioned by Os for his audiodrama podcast: Orville Mulligan: Sports Writer

The Pro License includes stems of individual instruments so you can make your own remixes, or arrangements.

Orville Mulligan’s Ragtime Dream is a unique blend of old-time ragtime and modern electronic dance music (EDM). It features traditional ragtime instruments such as piano, bass, drums, clarinet, and trumpet combined with powerful bass lines, driving beats, and electrifying synth leads. This creates a sound that is both nostalgic and contemporary, giving it a timeless quality. The piano provides the ragtime rhythm, the bass adds depth and energy, the drums keep the beat, the clarinet provides melodic embellishments, and the trumpet adds a bright and lively quality. The EDM elements in Orville Mulligan’s Ragtime Dream add a modern touch, creating a sound that is both classic and cutting-edge. The result is a musical sensation that’ll capture the attention of audiences everywhere.

Uses: Perfect for a pastiche of a 1920's drama, but made through a modern lens.

BPM: 140

ISRC: UKEZT2300006

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