The Modern Riffer is starting a series on getting great sound in a home studio. Got any tips? Any ideas not work? How did you get your signature sound? Read the first post on getting expensive sounding vocals from a cheap microphone.
New track featuring guitar, keys, piano, vocal, the usual.2:20 minutes (2.14 MB)
reason drums, deerhoof sample0:34 minutes (536.37 KB)
Submitted by sir_flexalot on Wed, 12/02/2009 - 7:57pm.
I am trying to push the limits of my system to find out what the best possible sound I could hope for is, and this is one attempt to get at least the instrument parts blasting.1:02 minutes (980.45 KB)
Combined a very distorted software casio with a slow kick and snare drum pattern0:34 minutes (802.49 KB)
It was a year ago today that I bought a Boss BR600. I since traded back for a BR864, as it fits my recording process. Today I recorded a new song fragment which makes me feel good about what I'm able to do in the studio. Any additions, suggestions or encouragement is welcome.0:53 minutes (827.8 KB)
Piano and vocal, no effects whatsoever. This is just how good my (free software, super low cost equipment) setup sounds now.1:47 minutes (1.64 MB)
Screwing around with a VST guitar processor, Guitar Rig 2 I think.0:38 minutes (591.47 KB)
Done mostly with A.I.R Xpand!
With a few freesound samples thrown in for good measure.
Submitted by sir_flexalot on Wed, 08/19/2009 - 7:12pm.
This is a cleaner (no drums) version of the work theme. I hope to add drums soon.2:06 minutes (1.93 MB)