I have recently published a music-video for my song “I met a seer” on Youtube and today I want to tell you about the production-process. The first idea for the video popped up in my mind, when I saw a little plastic man at Ebay. He looked a bit like those common figures to practice … Continue reading Stop-Motion and Real Video
Around 2014 I looked for a decent singer for my heartscore-project. I contacted many singers on Youtube and got not one reply though I had offered a good rate for the job. Then I fed Google with keywords like “Rock singer for hire” or “Vocals hire” and stepped through the results. Some looked complicated or … Continue reading Review: Studiopros.com
I am a novice in Metal-production, though I am looking back on many years of playing guitar and home-recording. Actually I have changed my style towards Metal and I am confronted with Downtuning. It seems, that all modern Metal-bands, doesn’t matter if they play Djent, Death, Black or Progressive Metal tune down their guitars or … Continue reading To Tune Down Or Not To Tune Down
This is really an emotional post for me, because I loved to be on Soundcloud for a long time. I met many great friends and artist and made many valuable experiences. But now I have reached a point, where I have lost the good feeling about Soundcloud. Therefore I have decided to cancel my Pro-account … Continue reading Goodbye Soundcloud, Hello World!
Rock’n Roll must be dangerous, agressive and social relevant. It must be a rebellion against the establishment, an expression of an alternative culture. Not every band falls in this category, but for sure The Dead Kennedys, a San Francisco based group around the charismatic mastermind Jello Biafra, which existed from 1978 until 1986. The Dead … Continue reading Influences: The Dead Kennedys
Actually I am thinking over to sell my Fender Princeton Reverb, not because I am not happy with it, not at all, but because I have recently purchased a Kemper Profiling amp read my review here and why should I have two amplifiers, if I am just recording at home? And as an active musician … Continue reading Review: Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Reissue
Meanwhile I can look back on thirty years of home recording. Usually I record in a normal environment. That means I have never invested and I can not invest in a dedicated studio-room. That means in another room my children are playing, outside the traffic is rushing, while I try to capture an intimate recording … Continue reading Home-Recording: Condenser, Dynamic or Ribbon Microphones