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.
repetitive bridge designed to be mixed into a full song1:12 minutes (1.1 MB)
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 05/08/2013 - 1:57am.
Luka-Ft Master Lee-apologise3:25 minutes (3.13 MB)
I first took the Midget riff, and smashed it up in a program called Forester, then I put some drums from Live over that.8:29 minutes (7.76 MB)
I am experimenting with various remixes to try to get a completely new warrior metal sound for this album. I may not achieve my exact goal, but it will definitely sound different and better than the first album in the series.0:46 minutes (730.25 KB)
A hybrid between funk beats and a spanish solo guitar1:51 minutes (1.7 MB)
Fake bass, warm electric guitar and a Garageband drum loop0:45 minutes (1.04 MB)
Made with FTII. Incredibly artificial guitars and a piano melody.1:07 minutes (1.29 MB)
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 07/28/2012 - 9:53pm.
Soft music with bells and pan flutes, and xylophone0:08 minutes (128.61 KB)
da da da, drop-d blah blah, first upload ever. it's not recorded very well, I'd slap a ton of FX on it.0:20 minutes (550.11 KB)
Lo-fi riff produced maybe about a year ago. A decent virgin contribution in my opinion. Took a favorite re-discovered small two bar riff and edited it in Audacity to loop. (There's a skip in the track so if any one can help me out with that contact me plz)
Love the idea of the site, you all will definitely see me around.0:18 minutes (281.68 KB)