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 was helping a friend of mine clean out his dorm in preparation for his move back home, and we found a box of chocolates from his ex-girlfriend. He commented that they were extremely stale. Poignant, I thought.
This song was expanded to a suite for the sole purpose of using the "bittersuite" pun. Pretty pathetic. ;)
PS. my mispronunciation of the Shakespearean name "Gloucester" has already been brought to my attention and will be corrected in future recordings.5:40 minutes (5.2 MB)
experimenting with automation.1:00 minutes (1.38 MB)
An old Fasttracker II song. A drum loop played simultaneously in different speeds combined with some flutes and stuff.1:04 minutes (1001.38 KB)
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 06/01/2008 - 10:43am.
a fast waltz///something like intro///guitars,woodwinds,strings,drum kit///0:23 minutes (370.66 KB)
Looking for guitarist who plays the guitar track2:38 minutes (3.01 MB)
An instrumental I used for showing off some things. Recorded with Riffworks using free rex drum samples, my bass guitar, my guitar and a Zoom G2.1u for all effects. Tell me what you think!2:28 minutes (5.67 MB)
Combined a very distorted software casio with a slow kick and snare drum pattern0:34 minutes (802.49 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)