Tag: guitar

Jam Session #4

Jam Sessions
This audio recording is almost like being here. Where is here? Here is a 90° room that feels even hotter when jacking around on a guitar for half an hour. My balls have sweated off, for sure. It was recorded using Music Memos for iOS. It’s an app that’s been around for a few months now. I remember getting it the day it was announced, and it’s pretty handy. Before, I would use the Voice Memos app. But Music Memos is super handy, and I’ll probably do a Robby Reviews post for it, because I’ve used it enough to know what it does for my workflow.

Anyway, back to this recording. I whipped up a basic drum beat, cranked it up on my PC speakers, and the main riff you will hear featured just came out of me. It’s no masterpiece or anything, but it has potential, possibly. In past Jam Sessions, I’ve truncated the recording considerably, but for this one, I only cut off the first minute and some at the end, because it went into new territory eventually. Let me know what you think.

Jam Session #3

Jam Sessions
Hey, it’s been a while since I’ve posted one of these. Since Boobs, Butts, and Feets is in the can, I feel like I need to get back to working on new music. A cool problem I have is that I have absolutely no shortage of song ideas. I have dozens of songs in various stages of completion. More than anything though, I’ve been working on more electronic-sounding stuff, and I’m not sure if that’s the direction I want my next album to go. I said before that I wanted to get BBAF out there to kind of counterbalance the guitar-driven stuff that I already put out.

Now, I’m not saying I’m a maestro on the guitar or anything. But I do want to make more guitar heavy songs. Heat Stroke had a lot of guitar on it, but it was far from being metal, except for maybe “Hotter Than a Mothereffer.” I want to do more songs similar to say, “Let It Go” or even “Electro-Heaven” or something. “Eff It” is a song that’s been cooking for years now, and I’m going to keep bring it up until someone tells me it’s not as good as I keep thinking and saying it is.

Anyway, whether or not the style ends up on the next album, I’ve been coming up with some cool guitar riffs. There were a lack of those on Heat Stroke for sure. I thought some of the riffs on Punk Rebel Renegade were cool. The guitar parts actually went somewhere instead of…not going anywhere. Here’s a rough bit of a little something I’ve been working on. I have some lyrics written for it which I like a lot, but I might actually end up using them for a different song.