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JadeJohnson - "Both Sides Of Time": An Original Song By JayDee Himself (Instrumental)
Posted by James Johnson on November 10, 2016 at 12:58 AM

I figured that you might want to try your hand at singing my song yourselves, so here you go.  I DID keep my rap versus in there though, so that Karaoke singers wouldn't be able to improvise with any inappropriate lyrics.  That being said however, happy singing, and good luck sounding JUST like me!

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JayDee Records Is Back For Good This Time! We Promise! But Now We're Called "JadeJohnson Records". This Is My New Hit Single, "Both Sides Of Time", A Love Song About My Girlfriend, Soenum Jethwa!
Posted by James Johnson on November 10, 2016 at 12:50 AM

I wrote this all on my own, and yet it's the best sounding original song I've ever written!  Overnight, this is the one song that made me world famous on social media platforms like Facebook, and instant messaging services such as Messenger.  I hope you enjoy it just as much as the fans who got earlier access to it elsewhere did.  I'm sorry I've been gone for so long; I was making sure that I had created a permanent fix for the formerly failed JayDee Industries Server, which is now working better than it did when it was brand new!


Just so you know, "JayDee Industries" has officially rebranded to "JadeJohnson Industries".  It's a small change, but it's an important one that will keep us out of copyright battles with "JD Power" and the likes.  We're sorry for any inconveniences caused by the fact that we had to rename our company, as well as all of its subsidiaries, but we only chose to make this move to make sure that we could continue to provide our services to our loyal and loving supporters for many more years to come.  Thank you for your understanding.


With that all aside though, it is without any further ado that I proudly present to you, "JadeJohnson - Both Sides Of Time (An Original Song By JayDee Himself).  Please do enjoy!

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"Candy Crush Soda Saga" - Level Theme: Cover (Karaoke Version)
Posted by James Johnson on March 9, 2016 at 9:33 AM

Do you think you have what it takes to fill in all the missing notes?  Test your skills with this fun, and yet still beautiful, Karaoke Instrumental of the Level Theme from "Candy Crush Soda Saga", a cover by "JayDee Records"!

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"Candy Crush Soda Saga" - Level Theme: Cover
Posted by James Johnson on March 9, 2016 at 9:27 AM

For those of you who have played the game, I'm sure that you, too, believe that the music in that game is incredibly beautiful.  You know, the app's soundtrack was actually played by a live orchestra instead of synthesized on a computer based music sequencer.  The former method takes REAL SKILL and TALENT!


Anyway, I love the music to that game so much that I decided to cover it to the best of my ability.  It was very hard though, because I don't have ThreeFour beat generation technology, so I had to convert the entire song into FourFour.  However, I think it turned out pretty well.  If you don't believe me, just have a listen for yourself! 


For those of you who haven't played the game, I highly recommend it!  If not for the actual gameplay, you should at least enjoy it for its TRULY AMAZING SOUNDTRACK!  Please do enjoy!

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Cleanly And Appropriately Hilarious Text To Speech Battles - Jaws Versus Jaws (Featuring The Original, Very First Ever Jaws For Windows Voice)
Posted by James Johnson on February 11, 2016 at 11:33 PM

It took me over six straight hours to write all the scripting for this, and then another fourty minutes or so to actually record this. Phoof! So, much; coding! But I hope you enjoy this; I worked VERY hard on it, JUST FOR YOU!

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Ariana Grande's Firing Night Concert - Hosted By JayDee Records (Ungrande'd)
Posted by Michael Nazhi on February 7, 2016 at 3:10 AM

SHE may not work for us anymore, but I still work for JayDee Records.  I'm mainly one of the news reporters, but I also landed a music career with this wonderful company too.  Anyway, sorry that you guys had to listen to a censored version of that first.  Now though, you can hear the entire prefiring show, which is one hundred percent clean anyway.  Other than because she was fired; Ariana had no need to censor that performance.  Please enjoy!

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"JayDee Records" Fired Me On International Television! And Then They Had The Audacity To Distract The Audience With A Free Gig!
Posted by Cat Valentine on February 7, 2016 at 3:01 AM

I'm not kidding. I used to work for JayDee Records. That's why I had to censor this clip. I'm not allowed to let any company or employee references get out that weren't supposed to under the grounds of my firing. Isn't that so stupid?

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JayDee Records Is Back! Check Out Our New Piano Synth Remastery Of The Original Theme Song To The iKuma Incorporated Slide Show Game, "The Fims (Life Stories)!
Posted by James Johnson on January 29, 2016 at 8:40 PM

After a long, painful, iOS ridden, seven months of having our server down; we were finally able to revive it! Welcome to generation two of JayDee Records Incorporated™!

 

Twenty Sixteen also marks the five year anniversary of the "Fims" series of PowerPoint Video Games by the no longer existent game company, "iKuma Games Incorporated™". Thus being said, iKuma was actually bought out by JayDee Games Incorporated™, and since JayDee Games gave JayDee Records the rights to all of the former iKuma game music, we decided that since "The Fims" was the most popular game series by iKuma, we'd pay it a little tribute and remaster the theme song to the very first Fims game.

 

Coincidentally, Piano Synth 2 was also owned by iKuma, who bought its rights from its original manufacturer, "Big Brother Games Incorporated™", who then went out of business; followed by iKuma themselves.

 

Anyway, now that we own the rights to both Piano Synth X, pronounced "Piano Synth Cross", AND The Fims's music, we think of now as the perfect time to make a tribute to the most popular life "Fimulation" saga on PowerPoint! Please do enjoy, and a hearty welcome to the second generation of JayDee Records!

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My New And Improved Cover Of The Song, "Single Channel Echo"; Originally Written By Neil Baldwin - In Official iKuma SARI 94 2.0 SoundFonts (Extended)
Posted by James Johnson on October 24, 2015 at 10:33 PM

Even after the longest time, I still love this song, even more than I love, "PROBLEM", by Ariana Grande.

 

So what did I do? I made a better cover of it, using the official, non alpha, non beta, full, complete iKuma SARI 94 2.0 SoundFont. I could not be more proud of the final result of all my hard work. This cover even uses all five types of NES channels simultaneously, and flawlessly, as if the song were actually coded to run on a real original Nintendo Entertainment System, and not the iKuma SARI 94 2.0. So that means that all these sounds are either eight bit, or one bit, depending on the channel of course.

 

I hope that you now understand the full potential of the iKuma SARI 94 2.0 as a near perfect match to the NES sound chip. I worked hard to bring you your very own NES sound chip emulator that is literally loads easier to use than Fami Tracker. Sure, Fami Tracker sounds great, but it's a little hard to use for a beginner. This Emulative SoundFont literally does all the work for you. Well, you still have to enter in all the notes yourself, but you know what I mean. Basically, if you don't, it does all the bit crushing for you, and still sounds incredibly decent in quality; even going so far as to have been considered equally as comparable to the original NES sound chip as is Fami Tracker, by multiple test subjects. That really says a lot, since the iKuma SARI is a sixteen bit console that can still almost perfectly mimic the natural tones of an eight bit system from a more developed, better known, rival company.

 

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this epic FOUR COUNT version of my cover of "Single Channel Echo", by Neil Baldwin. I worked very hard to bring this to you, so I really hope that it shows. Thank you in advance for giving it a listen.


Please, if you do feel so inclined to respect the original composer, you may listen to the YouTube video of his work in the movie theatre.

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My New And Improved Cover Of The Song, "Single Channel Echo"; Originally Written By Neil Baldwin - In Official iKuma SARI 94 2.0 SoundFonts
Posted by James Johnson on October 24, 2015 at 10:30 PM

Even after the longest time, I still love this song, even more than I love, "PROBLEM", by Ariana Grande.


So what did I do? I made a better cover of it, using the official, non alpha, non beta, full, complete iKuma SARI 94 2.0 SoundFont. I could not be more proud of the final result of all my hard work. This cover even uses all five types of NES channels simultaneously, and flawlessly, as if the song were actually coded to run on a real original Nintendo Entertainment System, and not the iKuma SARI 94 2.0. So that means that all these sounds are either eight bit, or one bit, depending on the channel of course.

 

I hope that you now understand the full potential of the iKuma SARI 94 2.0 as a near perfect match to the NES sound chip. I worked hard to bring you your very own NES sound chip emulator that is literally loads easier to use than Fami Tracker. Sure, Fami Tracker sounds great, but it's a little hard to use for a beginner. This Emulative SoundFont literally does all the work for you. Well, you still have to enter in all the notes yourself, but you know what I mean. Basically, if you don't, it does all the bit crushing for you, and still sounds incredibly decent in quality; even going so far as to have been considered equally as comparable to the original NES sound chip as is Fami Tracker, by multiple test subjects. That really says a lot, since the iKuma SARI is a sixteen bit console that can still almost perfectly mimic the natural tones of an eight bit system from a more developed, better known, rival company.

 

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this epic FOUR COUNT version of my cover of "Single Channel Echo", by Neil Baldwin. I worked very hard to bring this to you, so I really hope that it shows. Thank you in advance for giving it a listen.


Please, if you do feel so inclined to respect the original composer, you may listen to the YouTube video of his work in the movie theatre.

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