Monthly Archives: July 2012

Tracking A New Song

Today was a super productive day in the Soundlab. I finished tracking vocals for the current song I’m working on. In addition to that I think I finally decided on an arrangement that suits me. I created samples out of each of the major parts. Now I just need to assemble the samples and start trying on effects. I want some tasty sweeps and modulations to help transition from one part of the song to the next.

Ran into an issue, here’s how I solved it:

Ran out of memory in Record to add the multitude of bass synths that I used to trash the hell out of a half-step section of the song. Sooo… I exported the Synths I did have recorded, then I deleted those synths out of my rack. Once I freed up some memory, I built the new bass synths and laid those tracks down. Then I exported those as a loop. Finally I deleted all the bass synths out of my rack and built an NN-XT (sampler) and brought the loops into that. Basically I used just one device in the rack to handle what amounted to six different bass synths!

Can’t wait to post the finished song! Until then here’s what I put on when I got out of the lab; A little Porter Robinson and Kill the Noise.


Cops N Robbers – “I Like Money”

Here is a track I did for Aeternus Studios on the game Cops N Robbers, an upcoming release! I have been given permission to give this one song out just to give people an idea of the music that’s in the game. I hope you enjoy it! Please feel free to comment or share the song.


Great Friday

Here’s Michelle enjoying the Axiom 25. 🙂

Oh and Cougar has to be in the middle of it too…Image


Axiom 25

Axiom 25

M-Audio Axiom 25(2nd Gen); Now controlling my Reason/Record software. Look at all those beautiful knobs and pads!


Building A Blog

As you can see if you’re visiting the page, it keeps changing. I am in the process of building my music blog. And I’m dedicating it to my Axiom 25 that is now the center of my Reason control station.


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