Adventures In Audio
"PakaPaka" by The Gravelroad

A & R

Our A&R department occasionally features music from our website visitors. Our visitors are invited to write a commentary about how their music was made. Sometimes their spelling isn't all that good.

Thursday November 30, 2006

Well first of all this is just a sample we recorded using a M-Audio Delta 10/10 and peavey 12 input mixer.
The program we used is Adobe Audition which just expired the 30 day trial period lol(need money fast!!!).

There is no bass in this sample even tho it has been recorded on a second take which sounds way better and the lead vocals still needs more echo to get that dreamy feel.

We first recorded the drums on thier own to get a good base track down and added the rest afterwards even tho I was a bit scared of losing the overall feel I think it turned out alright and when we get the program up and running I will be adding more tracks.

Anyway I hope people like this take because the drummer left recently and he does the lead vocals while drumming so no more of that. Well enjoy and see you on the flip side.


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