I set out to make a slow jam last week but kept working it until it was a roller coaster soundtrack:
I've made another track. The main riff just arrived fully formed in my brain. Love it when that happens.
Good stuff as usual. I like the jam toward the end especially.
Drink-Mix Man fucked around with this message at 00:49 on Aug 1, 2020
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I've been making music since 2000 and I even managed to get a cover in a 2005 goon music compilation (though it didn't fit the theme that it eventually ended up having). However, in the last year and a half, I've gotten super serious about my ideas and I think I want to find a label. So, for your consideration:
Industrial/ebm/powernoise/whatever you want to call it, produced in software with occasional vocals and very rarely involving guitar.
Most of the music here was produced before 2008 when my Mac's hard drive died and the backups were lost. They're not entirely representative of what I'm doing now but the germ of the idea is there. The exception is Intransigent, a three song EP that was initially made in 2003 but cleaned up recently.
Bits and bobs of stuff that I'm not sure what to do with, some of it also old, but some of the newer songs I put here are very much definitely what I am doing with my music now.
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I play one of the violins in dual-violin fronted folk metal band Isenmor and we just released a lyric video for the first track off our debut album, Shieldbrother. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3WQj73j5rg - Battle Scarred Lyric Video
We've also got a campaign running to fund production and release of the album: Shieldbrother Kickstarter
Let me know what you think about our greedy string-hoarding approach to folk metal!
Re: DAW chat, I recorded/produced all the acoustic violins using Reaper and a matched pair of Audio Technica AT4041 condensers. Reaper is fantastic.
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