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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.

Copy of Test 1

Male, vocal, new age, riff, R&B, neo-soul, test

1:03 minutes (989.02 KB)

home

2011

2:50 minutes (2.82 MB)
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ribnine

experimenting with automation.

1:00 minutes (1.38 MB)

Wellness Song

Male, vocal, test, rough, mix, beat, smooth, dissonant harmonies, harmony, poetry

2:04 minutes (1.89 MB)

This audio is based on the following rifflet(s): 
Over Again

hama

karin

3:13 minutes (2.95 MB)

Dong

0:56 minutes (1.28 MB)

luka Ft Master Lee-ill neva take u back part 2

luka Ft Master Lee-ill neva take u back part 2

3:07 minutes (2.86 MB)

Waiting (revised)

This is a 2007 revision of the music bed for a song that my former band recorded back in 2001. We never released the original and my cousin and I were considering revamping the tune for re-recording. I did this demo in PTLE using Sampletank for the (albeit simple) drum and bass tracks. The acoustic was mic'd with an sm-57 and I did the guitar tracks with my tele through my Marshall JCM 900 2x12 with minimal effects if I remember correctly. I was trying to keep it pretty simple for the sake of the demo.

2:31 minutes (2.31 MB)

Melodius' Ascends Theme

This theme is a start at the idea for Melodius' ascending to "heaven". The piano comes in about halfway through.

2:13 minutes (2.03 MB)

Please sing it to me, tracked complete on the keyboards with vocals added for the chorus. I'm not sure if I'll add other vocals, etc. for the demo on this one, at least for now it has the feel that I want. The vocals start at :30.

1:57 minutes (1.79 MB)

This audio is based on the following rifflet(s): 
Melodius and the Soulforge: Please Sing it to Me

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