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Started by opaz__ on Aug 22, 2012 10:22:21 PM
thread to slag off eachothers homebrew music

post a link..

who's gonna go first

oohbetty - 22 Aug 2012 22:43:29 (#1 of 1149)

I don't like your homebrew music.

opaz__ - 22 Aug 2012 22:44:42 (#2 of 1149)

well I loath yours

MaisonLazlique - 22 Aug 2012 22:45:53 (#3 of 1149)

I am indifferent to your homebrew music.

opaz__ - 22 Aug 2012 22:49:15 (#4 of 1149)

oh you're both very funny

localhost - 22 Aug 2012 22:51:11 (#5 of 1149)

What did the grape say when opaz trod on it?

Nothing - it just let out a little indy whine.

SalfordLad - 23 Aug 2012 03:16:32 (#6 of 1149)

I wouldn't have thought there were that many songs about homebrew.

I know one about John Willie Lees beer.

Tatendrang - 23 Aug 2012 12:11:28 (#7 of 1149)

How's the David Guetta-eque music coming along Opaz?

opaz__ - 06 Sep 2012 23:02:03 (#8 of 1149)

Rather gone off him Tatendrang. Starting to delete him from itunes, unless I like the particular artist. And thats pretty much none of them except for taio cruz.

EchoChamber - 29 Sep 2012 19:07:41 (#9 of 1149)

Just did this:

Written and recorded in 24 hours. It is the fastest thing I've ever done, usually takes me weeks. It is a very rough mix, but I could do it live, would probably sound OK in a club.

For analogue fans, I used only a DSI Tetra and Vermona DRM1 MK III.

JosephPublican - 29 Sep 2012 22:11:31 (#10 of 1149)

I like that, Echo, quite Plastikman.

Here's one of mine for laughs.

It's all a very cheap electric guitar going through a Digitech GNX4 workstation, (and its on-board drum machine), possibly with an EHX Octaver pedal for the bass, kit freaks.

EchoChamber - 29 Sep 2012 22:26:05 (#11 of 1149)

"I like that, Echo, quite Plastikman."

Thanks! Not bad for a few hours work, usually takes me months to do a track. Must be the benefit of having some good instruments, rather than using soft synths. The best thing is, I could do that live, so I'm now thinking about a live set along similar lines. Just need a few more tracks and some flight cases!

I'm buzzing about it, to be honest.

EchoChamber - 29 Sep 2012 22:27:01 (#12 of 1149)

Just going to do a dub mix and an instrumental mix now.

EchoChamber - 29 Sep 2012 22:28:06 (#13 of 1149)

Yours sounds like Faust, Yousef.

JosephPublican - 29 Sep 2012 22:31:59 (#14 of 1149)

I wish my band did.

_Mrs_R - 29 Sep 2012 22:37:15 (#15 of 1149)

I like Bathroom Hoedown

JosephPublican - 29 Sep 2012 22:41:40 (#16 of 1149)

Cheers, Mrs R. I loved your comic rumba. Different class. Though mine probably has more peeing.

_Mrs_R - 29 Sep 2012 22:44:49 (#17 of 1149)

I can't make music at all though and I use backing tracks. I have tried producing bits in Ableton, but it's a bit beyond me.

EchoChamber - 29 Sep 2012 22:59:09 (#18 of 1149)

For my track, I put the midi into Ableton to play the outboard equipment, and sent aux sends from the mixer back into the computer so I could use VST tape delays &c. Just done a crazy dub mix!

JosephPublican - 29 Sep 2012 23:08:28 (#19 of 1149)

My set up is dead primitive. I record either via a pair of room mics on our Zoom R16 recorder (the band) or straight into the CF card of my GNX (home demos). Then I stick the (SD or CF) card in my PC and use Audacity to edit and maybe add a few effects. It's easy as pie for the basic functions I want.

I'm happy with lofi, on the whole. The hassle of micing drums and recording instruments separately is not what I got into the rock and roll game for. I want to jump around and sweat while I play.

oohbetty - 29 Sep 2012 23:54:44 (#20 of 1149)

I still do not like your homebrew music.

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