The following is a selection of songs recorded between 2000 and 2005, primarily in my home studio in Northern California (a corner of the garage actually). They feature my playing and production and well as the voices of several friends, including Randy Hinton (Busy), Joseph Kary (Never Speed Up), Benjamin Robinson (Isaiah 28) and Ben, Abby & Matt Markow (What’s Your Name?). All guitars, sampling, sequencing and random sounds courtesy of Fm. Feel free to enjoy on the site or download. If you download, please leave a comment and let me know which tunes you like. Thanks!
The following are a few tunes done in 2007 using the Zoom HD16 hard disk recorder. I recently purchased this to simplify my recording process, and it works wonderfully as you will hear. The tunes are a bit incomplete, nothing like the full productions of the above tunes. I really just wanted to do some recording, put the machines through the paces, see how it works. I was surprised to see that on my Box.net account these tunes had been downloaded thousands of times. If I just had a dime for each one I could have paid for the machine ; )
The following tunes were done between Nov and Dec 2006, as the Thanksgiving and Christmas titles will indicate. I put them in a file called DR880, which some may recognize as the name of the Boss top of the line drum and bass machine. All drums and basses were done with this unit, which is really the best of its kind. Some of the guitars were recorded with the units (it has at GT6 built in), though there are various things going on. If I recall correctly, Too Much Turkey Blues was all done with the DR880, possibly a Blues Driver (I really am a Boss fan I suppose). Two tracks were done specifically for our church Christmas service. I did a solo on Silent Night, and a singer sang First Noel, gospel style. Feel free to use these for your Christmas service this year, leave a comment if you decide to do so.
Video of Fm messing around, playing my Fender Baja Telecaster and Vox AD30, looping with the Boss RC-2. It took me a couple bars to find the right key, and you can not see my fingers, but my face sez it all ; )