Jeff Parkesis creating Music Every Week
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This will get you all the songs I've written for my "52 Weeks of Music" project, in a lossless format, remixed to sound even better. Expect this to become available about a month after the project concludes.
$11per Song uploaded
About Jeff Parkes
Welcome!Hi! I'm a composer/songwriter based in Utah who writes and posts music online, on my blog and Youtube. I'd like to continue doing this, but I can't without your support! Small donations will put your name on a thank-you page at the end of my videos, while larger donations will get you better-quality versions of my songs and even personalized tunes! Your donations will help me be able to afford better equipment, which translates to better songs for you to enjoy!
I write in many different genres, many different styles, lyrical masterpieces as well as nonlyrical pieces of mastery. But you don't have to take my word for it. Head on over to my "Creations" page and listen for yourself!
- 52 Weeks of Music: Every week I write something and post it on my blog and on Youtube. This project officially began January 2014 and will continue until January 2015. However, if I get enough support from patrons like you, I can extend this project well past that date.
- Poison Ivy Mysteries: I am the main composer for Poison Ivy Mysteries, a murder mystery dinner theatre based in Salt Lake City, Utah. I would like to get some good tracks recorded from various shows we've done for the public to enjoy, but I can't without your support to help me build my studio.
- ABC Monsters: The A Is For AAAAAAHH!!!: This was an album I was working on in conjunction with artist Johnathan Whiting for his children's book by the same title. We had made demo tracks a few years ago (many of which are posted on my creations page here) when most of my equipment was stolen. While I'm back to working capacity, I won't be able to finish the album without some of your support.
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Meeting this goal will allow me to start purchasing some better equipment. First up will be a better microphone than the $40 Best Buy one you see in my intro video. Next will be some 3rd-party compressors, limiters, EQ, effects, etc. that will help my music pop and sound a little less generic.