Amateur producer. Been writing music for decades, and have been learning the ins-and-outs of my DAW (Sonar X3 Producer) for about five years. I used to play in a band that went on to mid-level fame ... just after I left.
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- Member since:
- Mar 09 2017
- Active over 1 month ago
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- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 50 to 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
Black Sabbath, Styx, Rush, White Zombie, Nirvana, Queens of the Stone Age, Mindless Self-Indulgence, Bitter: Sweet, Die Antwoord
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Home studio set-up, using Sonar X3, electric & acoustic guitar, bass, rest of my production is all done digitally.
wip_hauntedThis is a Work in Progress.
Requiem For An Asteroid
Requiem For An AsteroidPiece of music I put together for a thing I'm thinking about.
AnywayCreated with Sonar X3 Producer, and its various magnificences.
January_316No bass, no nothing, minimum EQ & production. Just trying to get 2016 off on the right fucking foot.
"september_four"This is just sort of a production jam with my new BOSS ME-80.
NeedlepointI think I've finally figured out what's giving my mixes that unpleasant wash. Hint: if you don't have to mix from your sound card, don't. I routed the final mixdowns to the BR-800 (where the audio was recorded) and the fidelity is almost exactly what I started with. I ripped off both Nirvana and Pink Floyd for this one. Done with the BR-800 and Sonar-X2
Have You Ever Seen The Rain (by John Fogerty)
Have You Ever Seen The Rain (by John Fogerty)A cover of Have You Ever Seen The Rain, by John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Done with the BR-800 and Sonar X2.
The Ballad of Cheesetown
The Ballad of CheesetownNow with clapping; a sleazy, lounge-lizard guitar line and the vox dried out a bit. This is a cut I wrote about fifteen years ago; given the BR-800 and Sonar X2 treatment. Lyrics are from a mass murderer's perspective and it's done with a sense of parody -- think of it like a darker Johnathan Coulton.
History and Flame
History and FlameThis one I consider my sound engineering "final exam." Everything I've learned the last year went into this. Done with Sonar X2 -- *PRODUCED,* motherfucker.
Honeyed LiesThis is a production experiment using Sonar X2, the Boss BR-800, and the Digitech RP-90, Thereminator for iPhone, with the vocal stylings of both myself and the Pastor Charles Lawson -- he seems like a really well-balanced and compassionate individual. Now with EQ tweak.
The Dawn of Time
The Dawn of TimeAnother production experiment. Still a bit thick, but I feel like this one's better. Rounder. Done with Sonar X2 & BOSS BR-800.
AdrianneHere's a slightly thicker EQ'd version.
0089I don't know what the fuck this is. Done with Sonar X2 Synths.
Mad WorldCover of the Tears for Fears song, modeled after the Michael Andrews/Gary Jules version for the DONNIE DARKO soundtrack. Done mostly with BEATMAKER 2 for iOS.
Awroo Ya Hey
Awroo Ya Hey