Spotify uses loudness references for normalising the loudness of a track. Creating new sound issues…
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My new song ‘Terug in Den Haag’ is based on the famous text by Louis Couperus ‘Een Hagenaar terug in Den Haag’. The song was intended for the ‘Haagse Songfestival’ but that was canceled due to the corona crisis, which is why I decided to release the song today.
Grijs is my new single. Out now. Lyrics by Karin Ramaker in Dutch. Grijs can be listened to on all streaming services.
The track Portrait of Lotte, 0 to 16 Years which I created in 2015 commissioned by Frans Hofmeester for his time-lapse video (which has almost 24 million views at the time of writing!) is now available as a remastered version.
Apple, silly Apple…
I remastered my track Peper and put it on Spotify. Sang in Dutch by me. Lyrics by Erno Mijland.
Maternité can now be heard on Spotify! This song of my old band MAM was released in 1986 as a single of the album La Grande Parade.
Loudness is nowadays standardised so that almost all music sounds equally loud. Thanks to the Dutchman Eelco Grimm.
SoundCloud for the win!
“Perfectionism is super boring, right?”
To make a long story short: War is over!