SEEKINGBand to Join, Dobro, Fiddle, Mandolin, Banjo, Other, Flute, Harmonica, Background Singer, Piano, Keyboard, Saxophone, Trumpet, Violin, Other Percussion, Drums, Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocalist - Soprano, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist, Vocalist - Alto.
I am new to chicago and looking to record some music and break into the scene. I have a portable mac based audio recording set-up which means I can come to you for the initial recording, and I have a home based mini studio for mixing the tracks. I'm doing this as a hobby so I'm not charging anything, just askin for a little patience since I'm still new at this. Check out some of the tracks I've done below.
Also, I play bass and I am looking for a band to join.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Oct 09 2006
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Under 10
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- Most available:
My influences are The Pixies, The Smiths, Fugazi, Henry Rollins , Jack Johnson, Mos Def, Sleater-Kinney, John Lydon, Paul Okenfold, Bob Marley, etc. Very ecclectic.
Electric bass, acoustic/electric bass, ascoustic/electric guitar, conga drum, korg synthesizer, 60 watt bass amp. Recording setup: mac labtop, motu traveler digital audio-interface, 8in krk studio monitors, s-phone headphone distributor, sure sm57 mic.
Epic Year: 2006 Album: Demo Genre: Alternative
This is a demo I produced/engineered for a band out of Dallas, TX called Omerta Ignored. Even though they wrote the song, I recorded all the instruments/vocals, added all of the effects, and provided advice on composition and vibe. If you like what you hear, let them know at www.myspace.com/omertaignored
1st Impressions Year: 2004 Album: Suitcase Audio Laboratory
This is one of the 1st tracks I ever recorded. I play all the parts: Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Organ. And that's me talking to myself in the intro and end (I know..cheesy, but I couldn't help doing it). You can tell it's older by the fuzz from the mics. I hadn't discovered audio filters or pop screens yet, plus there is a little distortion on the bass end. But overall I still take alot of pride in this one.
Where Do We Go From Here
Where Do We Go From Here Year: 2005 Album: Suitcase Audio Laboratory Genre: Other
This is something I put together using garage band, an acoustic guitar for rythme, bass and percussion, and a korg synthesizer. I took advantage of some of the programs splicing capabilities and loop samples.