The Stories Behind The Songs:
My Very First Songs Revealed To You
To Listen To / And To Download
Hi I am Ysander,
my greatest joy is to write songs, arrange, mix, master, engineer and then release them to you, so you can buy and enjoy them, too.
In this post you can listen to some of the first songs I wrote on the guitar. And to some of my first songs that I recorded and arranged with a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) on my computer.
While making this post for you I also realized that sometimes a song which I discarded as not releasable on Bandcamp and Spotify could become valuable to you after having listened to it. So I decided to give you the opportunity to download the songs you like in this post for free. You find a description of how to download a song from this page at the end of this post.
And now, have fun exploring these unique pieces of music from my past.
If you enjoy this post, feel free to share it with your friends.
P.S.: You might also be interested in my post:
The Stories Behind The Songs: How I Write Songs
Play and Download my First Songs Here:
When I tested this post with Opera and Firefox I encountered the problem that after playing 3 to 4 songs I couldn't play the next song. First I thought the link was broken then I checked it and it wasn't.
The Solution is simple:
If you encounter the same problem with your browser just press the refresh button of your browser and you should be fine for the next 3 to 4 songs and then refresh the browser again and so on until you have listened to all the songs you are interested in.
Okay, let's get to it 🙂
Ysander - My First Songs:
All songs written, performed and arranged by Ysander. All rights reserved.
How listening to and downloading my first songs works:
Click on the play icon to listen to the song that interests you. If you wish to download that song as mp3, click on the blue download icon behind the song and the download should start. If it doesn't please read further:
If your mp3 download does not start and instead the html audio player of your browser plays the song, which probably happens in most cases, please proceed as follows:
Hover over the blue download icon behind the song you wish to download, then click your right mouse button, then select "save link as" (Firefox) - "save linked content as ..." (Opera) - "save link as" (Chrome), choose a folder where to save the song you wish to download, then click save and the download of the song should start. Then go to the folder you chose when saving the song and click on the mp3, the song should start playing in your standard music player like vlc, groove, windows media player.