I wrote some chords some time ago, and today I decided to re-record them. I recorded 4 guitars and 1 bass. GMax was used to compress. ReaVerb was used to add reverb to the master track using the Spa Pavilion IR. I used a 100hz low pass filter on bass and there is no eq […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is my first full recording using my Little Black Box distortion effect. You can download TLBB effect from here: http://stash.reaper.fm/v/25099/Little… Ive also started to use a new compressor called GMax. http://www.gvst.co.uk/gmax.htm GMax is pretty dam cool. Event when you crank the knobs, it rarely distorts and it works for everything. Again, I’m still using […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I just watched “The Machine”. Wowwwwww. Totally amazing. Anyway, as usual, after I really enjoy a movie, I end writing some music which seems to fit the movie, so, here it is. The backing music is really simple. I used the Reaper DAW and standard Reaper effects for master. The guitar is a Epiphone Les […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ive gone back to using the KarmaFX Eq & Reverb. Go figure. The KarmaFX Eq seems like the only one Ive tested that gives me the high end control I want. Bass is increased at 80hz.Continue Reading... No Comments.
A blues track giving tribute to the great Cletus Spuckler! I uses Reaper, Classic Reverb, Classic EQ and Bug Phase.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is the combination of a few projects I was working on last week. Again, I needed some video for YouTube, so, I choose the opening scene to the movie Death Race, which, is a dam cool movie.Continue Reading... No Comments.
I found some Brazilian drum beats on a music magazine, and so I recorded a chord progression I’ve had from some time. I then mixed the results in Reaper and added a re-mastered version of “Jimmy Jive” to the end.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Wrote and recorded this music about 2-3 years ago. Finally got to make a video using scenes from the movie I watched just before writing the music.Continue Reading... No Comments.