A simple yet nice-sounding track for me to try some retro production methods.
A quick shot at a disco tune, made within an hour.
Mix would need some more work, and there are no vocals.
Recordings from a jam session we had in the studio, in September 2018. Many people were playing, I am heard mostly on guitar or bass, and I took care for recording and cut.
A very short rock song I made in one hour (including video shoot). Except for the drums, all instruments are played by me.
Just a short sketch of a song. I wanted to practise some question-reply interaction between instruments, and some guitar stuff. Drums are sliced loops, all other instruments have been recorded live into Reason 9.
A solo jam on a Saturday afternoon. I play all instruments (except for the sampled drums).
Eine flüchtige Sommer-Begegnung.
Basti: Vocals, Maschine, Moog
Frank: Guitar, Bass
Finally, it’s done. I’m very happy with the mix now and have learned a ton.
My first real attempt to produce dubstep. Not the poppy, over-wobbly dubstep that’s everywhere nowadays, but rather some laid-back, actually “dubby” dubstep from earlier days.
All elements were hand-played on either pads, keyboards or guitar, to give it a kind of human and organic feel. No step sequencers or loops were used. All synthesizer patches were programmed from scratch. Reason 7.1.1 was used for the complete project.
The track is not completely finished yet, I’m still working on the mix. Oh yes, and of course it needs a proper title.
Giving the VK-1 Viking a little spin. That thing turns out to be a beautiful emulation of the Moog Voyager OS. Guitar, bass, keyboard and synth were recorded “live”, drums are Reason factory loops.