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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.

test1

my 1st up load test

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Atsa Booty Booty

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Riff-1

Kinda Melvins

1:55 minutes (2.65 MB)

4-bar quiet and loud samples

Some more 4-bar samples, quiet and loud parts for use in metal opera.

1:28 minutes (1.35 MB)

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.

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

Melodius and the Soulforge: 3-part break

Here's a 3-part break (3 drum parts) for some act or other. I got the guitar too loud on here, but how could I not? When you mic a guitar cabinet and it sounds like this, you can't help but have it too loud.

1:06 minutes (1.01 MB)

acoustic_04_01

1:23 minutes (1.58 MB)

Peloton

made it in a few mins in a garageband. kind of "techno petty" for lack of a better title. unfinished.

2:10 minutes (2.98 MB)

Melodius Act 3 Overture

The overture to the final act, set in "hell". We might fade this out as a code into the opening dialog, with the coda running over Melodius and his band navigating the tunnels down to "hell".

1:39 minutes (1.52 MB)

rock_06_01

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