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Brett Bibles Creates Kickstarter Campaign to Launch Digital Album Featuring Electronic Beats

Brett Bibles Creates Kickstarter Campaign to Launch Digital Album Featuring Electronic Beats

Rock isn’t dead; it found a new beat!
Brett Bibles has spent a year creating keyboard guitar parts so realistic that is it difficult to tell them from the real thing. Through the use of up-to-the-minute technology, Bibles has created an electronic album surpassing many traditional guitar performances and has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the production of this album.

Brett Bibles has created a new album in which he uses keyboards to create guitar music so realistic it is difficult to tell it from the real thing, even for experts.  According to Bibles, “Rock isn’t dead; it found a new beat!” This digital album release will showcase Bible’s achievements playing sampled guitar parts on the keyboard.  Although everything on the album is electronic, the sound is pure guitar.  Bibles says, “I call it Dance Rock.  It’s what’s in the project video Crush.”

The album features a unique method of creating these guitar sounds from synthesized keyboard music. “I challenged myself to make all my sounds from my software thinking that could spark something new,” says Bibles. “The first thing I had to tackle was the guitar sounds notoriously the worst on keyboard software.  With my keyboard skills and my knowledge of how guitars should sound I started creating without limits.  Using sounds of strings squealing and hands sliding I started getting some cool stuff.”

Now, Bibles has launched a Kickstarter campaign at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/artistforlove/rock-isnt-dead-it-found-a-new-beat to raise funds to produce this album.  Funds raised from the Kickstarter campaign will be used to purchase the software and hardware necessary to create this digital album as well as to set up a website to host it.  Plugins and other incidental costs are also included in the goal. The campaign offers pledge levels between $1 and $2000, with prizes including copies of music downloads and even the chance to be a producer of the album.  

For more information on the various prizes associated with each donation level, see the Kickstarter page.

About Brett Bibles:  

Brett Bibles has created a digital album in which keyboard is used to create guitar sounds. Now, Bibles has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of this digital album.

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Contact Person: Brett Bibles
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Phone: 661 373-0655
City: Los Angeles
State: California
Country: United States
Website: brettbibles.com

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