Nora Louise Syran

“I’m always thinking about creating. My future starts when I wake up in the morning and see the light.”-Miles Davis.

I'm a playwright, poet and musician. I adore adding music to my work.
You'll (soon) find "a capella" vocal clips which you can use in your projects...

More information coming soon.

By Nora Louise Syran 2 months ago 316 views
2 months ago Here's an example of what I love to do! Thank you @alexandernakarada
By Nora Louise Syran 2 months ago 1059 views
2 months ago
I've been working on my scripts...but have plans to record royalty free vocals soon. You can check out my YouTube links if you're curious.
(Profile images need a refresh...but for now, enjoy my Yggdrasil...)
By Nora Louise Syran one year ago 1474 views
one year ago
Hi! I am planning on posting original and public domain/old songs and short vocal riffs/scales which could be used in a variety of projects. Crowdsourcing!

In replying, you're under no obligation to download anything I end up posting! Don't worry!!
But I am curious as to what types of vocals would be of interest to musicians. There's a lot out there. Some very good, some not so good. I want to hear from you, directly.

I love most every style of music (especially with vocals ;) Art songs (classical/baroque / renaissance) jazz, rock, folk, children's songs... most everything. I'd thought of recording old public domain songs (as they're of interest to me and there are many out there rarely recorded) Whatever I produce will have no backing vocals. No accompaniment. Just clear melody lines which can be edited as needed.

Some questions if you've a moment to respond!

Any requests?
Ideas for songs?
What irritates you about what's out there when you've searched for vocals?
What do you find yourself using often? or searching for often?
What digital format is best for you?
Would you appreciate different keys (organically, so you don't have to transpose/lose quality)?
Pitfalls to avoid?

If you've anything to suggest, please do. Curious.... Thank you very much for helping me out! and I hope I can create something that will be of use to you all--Nora
By Nora Louise Syran one year ago 2003 views
one year ago
Here's another one translation of a nordic song using music by Alexander Nakarada. Someones I hear one of his songs and the folksong springs to mind :)
By Nora Louise Syran one year ago 1834 views
one year ago
Curious. Is there a market for royalty free snippets of vocals. Probably is... Record in various keys. Use public domain sources/original melodies etc. Any advice? thoughts? leads? Suggestions? I'd love to hear them. Storage? How do you make it worthwhile financially?

I love creating. Full stop. So I'm wondering if there are musicians out there needing non-computer created/enhanced vocals. Just Vocals, Pure and Simple. hey, that could be a good name ;)
By Nora Louise Syran one year ago 2201 views
one year ago
Thank you for creating this site. Happy to be here! :)
By Nora Louise Syran one year ago 2297 views
one year ago
I love to add music to my plays. Have written some musicals, but prefer plays with music. Not that marketable apparently!! oh well...carrying on doing what I do. Here's an example of a song used for my play IMPRESSIONS OF PARIS which you can find on NPX
By Nora Louise Syran one year ago 2252 views
one year ago
Thanks to Alexander Nakarada of Serpent Soundstudios for sharing this site --we'll see how I can contribute...