the phil ware experience's music
A lament that is "getting there." Ultimately, I'd like to work with another artist on this to give it vocals and bring it up to snuff. We'll see.
I've recorded two -- the first is running from my RP350 into ProTools using my effects with which I'm accustomed. It's a little more refined and has a throatier solo tone.
The second was recorded exclusively with the Schecter using no outboard effects and relying on ProTools and GuitarRig 5 for tone and effects.
Irish Shores (2014)
Recorded in a day - from programming the drums into CakeWalk 5, recording the guitars my four track, then into CoolEdit, back out to the 4-track and back and forth numerous times, this particular digitization is trying to take, basically, the original taped mixdown and do something with it. Eventually, it will come a time to re-record everything.
Topically, though there are no vocals recorded, this is not about hairstyle...this is about being chased through a cornfield by someone who wishes to make you die. I tried to go for the heartbeat thing in the intro and then with a sort of manical solo...still tweaking after all these years...
So, I had a drum loop... I decided to riff and/or solo over it. I threw everything together in Audition and it didn't sound horrible, but it didn't have a title. So, I pilfered two sound files from the Scooby Doo movie and messed with them a little to bookend the song, hence the title. Now, it came to be that I needed a version that didn't have the samples. So, That would be the first file -- it's remixed and remastered and has a bit more balance to it. The second file is the original with all its goofy Freddy Prinze, Jr. and Mathew Lillard goodness.
Coolsville Sucks (2011)