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Shame Idols - Supersonic rock bashers return.
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Here for fun are some sounds I've recorded recently, hope you enjoy them.
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June 14th, 2008
This is Annexed Asylum, a neo thrash band I play in. Recorded summer 2008, when the band was totally new. This track is on the Combustion EP, which is available at CD Baby and for download at iTunes and Amazon. Keep an eye out for a full length album.
Girl In The Park
June 11, 2007
To celebrate angelfire suddenly giving me 3 GB of storage instead of the measley 50 MB I was getting, here's a new mix of a new Shame Idols song. I call this a "fake master," because the dry mixdown of this is pretty clean and at a modest dB level, to leave room for my mastering guy Ty at Final Sound. But for your listening pleasure, I cranked this up in the old T-Racks mastering suite. \m/
May 23rd 2007
I did this on an 06 ESP LTD M-100, a guitar I no longer own. I used the pod output from a Line6 Spider III 75 watt combo. I was in a really good mood when I recorded this.
March 14th 2007
I re-uploaded this because I like the tune. Aubrey Beardsley is a favorite visual artist of mine. He is mainly known for ink illustations he did for banned books in the late 19th century. His friend Oscar Wilde said he had "a face like a silver hatchet, and grass green hair." Of himself, Beardsley said "I have one aim—the grotesque. If I am not grotesque I am nothing."
Ramen Ghetto Chef II
February 17, 2006
An instrumental. I recorded an earlier version in Kristal, but wasn't happy with the drum sound; in an attempt to get a more ambient sound, I put the overheads way out in the room, away from the kit....bad idea. Now I know. So while Feb is a slow month, I took the opportunity to recut. Always a learning experience. At first, I had cut the bass guitar using an amp sim, which sounded impressive on my Tannoys and JBLs....but when I referenced on a pair of tiny computer speakers, the bass disappered, completely. Everything else sounded fine. So I recut the bass, this time with an SM57 on Alan Helms' GK 800RB through an Aguilar 4X10 enclosure.