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.
I built a thingamagoop a few months ago and made this demo by combining it with a delay pedal that I also built. All the sounds are made using only these devices. Check out www.bleeplabs.com if you want to make/own one of your own.12:55 minutes (14.78 MB)
I always thought this was a pretty hypnotic little loop. Never could work it into anything though.0:36 minutes (846.57 KB)
A remake of the most popular video game melody. Still unfinished and needs some polish...5:13 minutes (4.79 MB)
Ambient electronic breakbeats1:50 minutes (1.68 MB)
I can't say that everyone has met someone like this. Yet, somehow most people can relate. I think this song is best unplugged, naked, and without bass or drums - though I have never met a bongo player with enough skills to say it could work, but who knows.3:11 minutes (3.65 MB)
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 02/09/2009 - 3:10am.
couple metalll guitars recorded over some drum loops.2:24 minutes (2.2 MB)
Nod to TC Boyle.0:59 minutes (1.35 MB)
Here is a common progression sampled together in a fast demo of what I am working on with my new drum sounds.0:10 minutes (161.67 KB)
vocals live chopped using my own pad/trigger based fx processing matrix. built the lfo modulated bass synth patches4:43 minutes (4.98 MB)
This is the first of my new Songs of Robin album project, "Brave Will Stutely". It features the thoughts of a man being led off to hang for his crimes, fearing the end and then miraculously rescued. It is based on another of my songs, when I have time I will sort through and find the track.3:06 minutes (2.84 MB)