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Happy 1st Year On ProCollabsBest Bling AwardConqueror of the David Bowie CUCChristmas Challenge 2017Valentine's Day Challenge 2018Birthday Challenge 2018Summer Challenge 2018Spookfest Challenge 2018An Odd Challenge 20192019 Freak Fest ChallengeKrampus Challenge 2019Seasons Challenge 2020TV/Film Challenge 20212021 Come on Hear the Noise Challenge2021 You Pick 2 Challenge2021 Haunted Halloween Challenge


Collaborator Summary

KevinHartnell is currently active in 8 projects and has 33 published songs.

KevinHartnell has multiple project credits, including
  • Drums
  • Keyboards/Synth
  • Producer
  • Backing Vocals
  • Guitar
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • Arrangement
  • Composition
  • Vocals
  • Lyrics
  • Drums - Keyboards
  • Bass
  • Sound Effects
  • B3
  • Piano
  • and Additional Guitars


  • Arrangement
  • Drums (acoustic)
  • Electric Bass
  • Keyboards
  • Melody Writer
  • Mixing
  • Music Composition
  • Percussion
  • Production
  • Rhythm Guitar
  • Vocals (male)


My time is spent scoring audio dramas/podcasts, playing drums, and raising two children. I'll let you guess which one takes up most of my time.

Favorite Genres

  • Ambient
  • Folk
  • Goth
  • Indie
  • Industrial
  • Instrumental
  • Metal
  • Rock
  • Soft Rock
  • Soundtrack
  • World

Recording Setup

Drums, keys, pro tools, plugins, two ears, and a twisted imagination.

These tools used in conjunction with John Cleese's “...five factors that you can arrange to make your lives more creative" are the majority of the foundation of my work.

1. Space (“You can’t become playful, and therefore creative, if you’re under your usual pressures.”)
2. Time (“It’s not enough to create space; you have to create your space for a specific period of time.”)
3. Time (“Giving your mind as long as possible to come up with something original, and learning to tolerate the discomfort of pondering time and indecision.")
4. Confidence (“Nothing will stop you being creative so effectively as the fear of making a mistake.”)
5. Humor (“The main evolutionary significance of humor is that it gets us from the closed mode to the open mode quicker than anything else.”)

If you haven't seen this lecture, I highly recommend it. It may change your life/thought processes/approach. It did for me.

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