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bobby_paranoize wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:28 pm
A project I took on since my band, A Hanging, is on pause for the time being.
I had this digital recorder sitting in a desk drawer since 2008 and figured I'd take the time to use it and it's become a thing now.
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Oh, and hi! I haven't logged on in quite a while. Good to see the board is still going!
This is sick, thanks for sharing.
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While this does contain a covid project I did, this is a DJ set that will be played on muskegon 100.9 FM. Topics are ACAB and Covid.


Wash Your Hands, Wear a Mask Block
So Fresh and So Clean - Outkast - Fauci Mix
Cleanser- Keelhaul
Clean Hands - Merkit

Social Distancing Block
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner -
Ten Times the Distance - Anthem Eighty Eight
Distance and Damage - Geriatric Unit
Air That We Breathe - Death Sentence

Covid Symptoms Block
Rate of Respiration - Iron Lung
Drowning (live) - Reigning Sound
Antibody - Napalm Death
The Time Is Now - Vaccine
You Are Alone - The swill

ACAB
Election Day - Blaze Foley
Love Me, I'm a Liberal - Phil Ochs
The Backlash Blues - Nina Simone
08 Anti-cop - Hombrinus Dudes
Police State - The State
Police Threat - Larm
Police - Fucked Up
Does This System Work? - Discharge
Riot - Nasum
The Helpless - Extreme Noise Terror
Fanatical fascists - Phil Lynott w/ Malik el-Shabazz
C.I.U. (Criminals in Uniform) - Sepultura
Step by Step - Pete Seeger

GERMFASK - CAMP 135 (covid recording project)
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this is a death metal project i recorded remotely (using iphones, though it was mixed on a computer) with my friend derek jones over in minneapolis over the last month. will be coming out on cassette later this year.
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Serious reverb! But great clarity. Good stuff as always man.
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cleaning out old stuff in the freezer--- old slice of leftover pizza..boom eaten back to life
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thanks james we threw the iphone in the sewer, of course
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it's been hard to find the focus necessary with all the racket my wife & her boyfriend have been making -necro-meter
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Yeah, uh, it's only taken us 14 years to finally get up off our asses, but we put together a new album, and it's almost like we're a real band now. We're probably doing merch next, even. No CDs, though. We might do a small vinyl run so we've got something to sell at shows, but we'll see. Also definitely no tapes. Apparently that's a thing now.

Bandcamp: http://www.firebreather.bandcamp.com
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Yeah, uh, it's only taken us 14 years to finally get up off our asses, but we put together a new album, and it's almost like we're a real band now. We're probably doing merch next, even. No CDs, though. We might do a small vinyl run so we've got something to sell at shows, but we'll see. Also definitely no tapes. Apparently that's a thing now.

Bandcamp: http://www.firebreather.bandcamp.com
Drummer sucks :wink:
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cxwx wrote:
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Drummer sucks :wink:
That's ok, I'm not on drums. Bass and main vocals is me.
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cw using that big brain of his again :fp:
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Drummer sucks :wink:
That's ok, I'm not on drums. Bass and main vocals is me.
my favorite track is exterminate the master race, but the oi / blast / oi / beatdown approach of Die Endlösung der Moslemfrage is fun.
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cw using that big brain of his again :fp:
I was on drums before this in a band that was much more active, so it makes perfect sense to still assume I'm a drummer. Sowwy.
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the oi / blast / oi / beatdown approach of Die Endlösung der Moslemfrage is fun.
We need more songs in that tempo. Something about 120 bpm just makes it really... I dunno, pleasant to play. Or maybe it's just because when I write songs, I make sure they're easy for me on bass, heh.
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cw using that big brain of his again :fp:
I was on drums before this in a band that was much more active, so it makes perfect sense to still assume I'm a drummer. Sowwy.
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I've written a couple of stoner/doom type jams lately for a project I'm doing with a friend. He's going to play actual drums in the real thing, but I made an instrumental demo of a track I've been kicking around for a while. So the programmed shitty drums is just me fooling around in Garageband.
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This is mostly an attempt to justify the unreasonable amount of guitar pedals I own and build.

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Mongolized wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 12:08 pm
This is mostly an attempt to justify the unreasonable amount of guitar pedals I own and build.

What are you playing through? What pedals used? It sounds very "suffocated" in a good way.
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What are you playing through? What pedals used? It sounds very "suffocated" in a good way.
Oh, a lot of different things. Mostly it's just guitar through an Into The Unknown pedal from Parasit studio plus a couple of different distortion, fuzz and reverb pedals into a cheap bass amp. Some of it is acoustic guitar through a pair of 90's Sony headphones via a Mesa Boogie emulator preamp pedal into a terrible Crate practice amp. On top of that some chains, drums and distorted synth apps on my phone.

It sounding suffocated might have more to do with me having no clue how limiters and compressors work, however..
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Mongolized wrote:
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godofdeadlydeath wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 12:13 pm
What are you playing through? What pedals used? It sounds very "suffocated" in a good way.
Oh, a lot of different things. Mostly it's just guitar through an Into The Unknown pedal from Parasit studio plus a couple of different distortion, fuzz and reverb pedals into a cheap bass amp. Some of it is acoustic guitar through a pair of 90's Sony headphones via a Mesa Boogie emulator preamp pedal into a terrible Crate practice amp. On top of that some chains, drums and distorted synth apps on my phone.

It sounding suffocated might have more to do with me having no clue how limiters and compressors work, however..
The suffocated thing was meant as a compliment. To me, the atmosphere of the recording itself vibes very well with the darkness of the music. Everything I record sounds very "clean" and way too digital and "nice" and I love how dirty and dark this sounds.
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godofdeadlydeath wrote:
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Mongolized wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 12:24 pm
godofdeadlydeath wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 12:13 pm
What are you playing through? What pedals used? It sounds very "suffocated" in a good way.
Oh, a lot of different things. Mostly it's just guitar through an Into The Unknown pedal from Parasit studio plus a couple of different distortion, fuzz and reverb pedals into a cheap bass amp. Some of it is acoustic guitar through a pair of 90's Sony headphones via a Mesa Boogie emulator preamp pedal into a terrible Crate practice amp. On top of that some chains, drums and distorted synth apps on my phone.

It sounding suffocated might have more to do with me having no clue how limiters and compressors work, however..
The suffocated thing was meant as a compliment. To me, the atmosphere of the recording itself vibes very well with the darkness of the music. Everything I record sounds very "clean" and way too digital and "nice" and I love how dirty and dark this sounds.
Yeah, I didn't mean to come off like that. Dirty and dark was my intention, so thanks!
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Its awesome., have you been up to anything else?
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godofdeadlydeath wrote:
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Everything I record sounds very "clean" and way too digital and "nice" and I love how dirty and dark this sounds.
What are you using for recording software, because yes your recordings could use some grit friend.
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Geeheeb wrote:
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godofdeadlydeath wrote:
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Everything I record sounds very "clean" and way too digital and "nice" and I love how dirty and dark this sounds.
What are you using for recording software, because yes your recordings could use some grit friend.
I use an old tascam. Should I put it in the microwave?
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Geeheeb wrote:
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godofdeadlydeath wrote:
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Everything I record sounds very "clean" and way too digital and "nice" and I love how dirty and dark this sounds.
What are you using for recording software, because yes your recordings could use some grit friend.
All I have for software is Garageband on an old iPad. I use an iRig HD with some of the AmpliTube amp sounds or occasionally I plug my Crate amp into it, but the drum sound is where it all gets real shiny and I need to figure out how to mix things better.
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