Back in the studio tonight after an extended break. #tascam38 #analog #homerecording
The first one of these took on a life of its own on Tumblr, which made me very happy. I did one follow up, and now here’s the 2nd. I would love to do a whole book of these, but I’m sure Ikea’s lawyers would have a lot to say about that.
Anyway, without further ado, here’s Ikea Remix # 3 : In which the Assemblers discuss religion
Ryan Walsh from the band Hallelujah the Hills is creating these brilliant edited Ikea instructions.
Living room demos with suitcase reel to reel bought at garage sale for $10. #homerecording #garagesale #analog #tape
My wife @amandaremnant adding some vocals in the studio tonight while 8 months pregnant. #homerecording
Just opened up the can of worms that is Pro Tools. Got it downloaded and activated. Now I just need to take the crash course. Here we go …
Been working on about a half dozen songs. This is the first one I’ve got all 8 tracks filled. Here’s a peak at it picked up off my phone. Doesn’t need much more tracking, maybe a harmony vocal. The next step is to bounce it down to digital and mix. Recently purchased an 8 channel Steinberg interface and ProTools. Just as I’m starting to get a hang of analog recording, I’m going to have to learn the digital end. New Year’s resolution is to spend 10+ hours per week working on the record. Time flies by, and I want to see this record get made. Here’s to the new year.
Just came across this show review of a bill I was on with Bill Fox. Joel Oliphint said exactly what I was thinking as I watched one of my favorite songwriters continue to be a well kept secret. Check out the work of Bill Fox if you haven’t already. I especially recommend his record Shelter From the Smoke.
I’ve probably seen Bill Fox six or seven times now, which is a lot considering the former frontman of The Mice spent years recording songs on his four-track but never playing out. Each time Kyle Sowash brings Fox down from Cleveland to Columbus to play an unassuming acoustic set at