Do one-member computer geek bands count? See sig if they do.
Actually we're not breaking up. Finding a new singer is never fun, but our songwriting team is still intact so it's just a matter of plugging in a creative vocalist with a good ear and a good voice. We'll be back on track before '07. At least that's my mid-October estimate.
three peice instrumental "funk-rock" i guesse
surprisingly good recording for a computer mic in the middle of the room
our drummer can not do mellow
i can not not solo
Nice sounding stuff.
See signature, buy a CD, be happy
Zerberus Industries: Where perfection isn't good enough.
'05 gibson les paul studio vintage mahogany (DiMarzio Super Distortion/ SD Jazz)
'04 gibson SG standard (BurstBucker Pro's)
mesa/boogie 2-channel dual rectifier (with EL34's)
marshall 1960A 4x12
and a few pedals
The old band: www.myspace.com/farewelltofairbanks
My new one... only time will tell
The faster a drummer plays, the less hard he hits, which results in a softer and quieter sound. While consistency is a must, you must also have some feel to things.
My favorite thing to do is sample the actual drummers kit, and use that for the sound replacing.