This announcement is a big one for me and I’m overjoyed to be able to share it with you all! I’m happy to announce that I’ve finally been able to record my very first human being in my studio acoustically! Microphones, stands, chords, acoustic vibrations, measuring tapes, levels, and awesomeness!
My beautiful friend/guinea pig Charlie was kind enough to lend his talents and work with me on this one. We recorded an original song he wrote titled, ‘Annie‘. It’s an acoustic track about playing guitar around a campfire with your friends and forgetting the lyrics to your favourite songs! It’s a catchy one so make sure to Download it!
You may better know Charlie as Major/Minor in which I played percussion on his last release entitled, ‘Self-Titled‘. He’s frequently playing shows in the South-Western Ontario region so head over to his Facebook Page and check to see if he’s playing in your area!
Thank you so much for visiting the website, don’t forget to download some stuff while you’re here, and please do everything in your power to make today awesome!
Here’s a video of my friend Oceantann using my new song Cute And Fun And Fun and Cute for her weekly instagram series, Whiteboard Wednesdays. In this video she draws the Disney Princess, Elsa. A very fitting character given the soundscape the song provides. Enjoy watching her do what she loves to do most! Cheers!
Here’s a brand new track for the Drumless series, ‘Time Will Tell‘. This one is slow, short, and to the point. I wanted to introduce the concept of classical music and rock-n-roll meeting together without going into your typical 5-7 minute long piece of music. So here it is and have fun jamming, Time Will Tell!!!
I’ve been recording a song for the past week entitled It Was The Sharks. This project was very interesting from the very beginning. It had me using the program Garageband, standard on all Mac computers and available on all iOS devices, for my very first time. As well it’s the first song I’ve written and recorded on my own. It was a very fun self experiment to take part in and I think it came together quite well. There are still a bunch of obvious errors and fixes needed, but I’m honestly too impatient and would rather record at Webber Studios instead of working on it for another week. So this is a good example of what one can do on their first use of Garageband. If you too own a Mac computer and have an interest in recording your ideas, I highly recommend you take the time to do so. It’s easy, fast, and the end result is convincing. Here it is… It Was The Sharks (Garageband Version).
Enjoy! (Try not to cringe too hard. A better version will be coming shortly.)