Experiment in mood... An ominous political speech. [more inside]
The definitive orchestral remixes of "Bad Romance." [more inside]
This is a hard dance cover of the theme that plays in the score of Pirates of the Caribbean 2 when the Kraken is nom-noming on the ship. It was fun. Enjoy. :]
Re-mixed Beach Boys "Do It Again" .. If you're a die hard Beach Boys fan and might take offense to a remix... save your ears and don't click! [more inside]
This is a chopped up awful tv show. 53 points if you can figure out what the show is. This is a solo piece, BTW.
A remix of "Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun" by the Beastie Boys for the January collaboration music challenge, by myself and The World Famous [more inside]
This is a quick remix/noise piece of a wax cylinder piece I found.
Final mix of the song I posted a couple of days ago incorporating a couple of changes suggested by uncleozzy. [more inside]
Noise and feedback. Swirling, swirling, swirling! [more inside]
Previously. This mix replaces some of the sampled guitar parts with real guitars, and the piano is played live. Once again I'm using Guitar Rig 3 LE for post-processing. The drones are still Reason samples. The drums were replaced with Battery 4. Same vocal track.
I recently bought a new computer, which allows me to use Guitar Rig 3 LE that came bundled with Cakewalk SONAR without taxing my CPU. So I re-recorded one of my songs with actual guitars. [more inside]
Slowed-down krautrocky shoegaze pop, if such a thing exists. Like finding your pants tightening while under gas in a dentist's chair. [more inside]
I wasn't at all happy with the first version of this challenge track that I posted. So I redid it, and now it makes me feel all sunshiney inside. [more inside]
A remix of a song from a new project. [more inside]
One of the tracks off the bizarre algorithmically-reconstituted album I
recorded constructed today called The Seattleward Spiral. Because the world needs more industrial pop reconstituted from Frasier audio clips. [more inside]
Well, it's different. [more inside]
Well I thought id try to trance-ify Astrozombies minnesota porn but it kinda took on a new life of its own..... [more inside]
Produced by Meme By Mai & Kai [more inside]
A fantastic piece of symphonic music with deep connections to electronica, joe's last mix by Tanner Menard is a fun ride (this performance is by one of my ensembles with me conducting). I've posted this before, but he and I are doing something different with the piece, and I'm wondering if any of you are interested in participating.... [more inside]
HTEETH remix of Carpet of Sexy vaguely referencing the MC5 [more inside]
hi, music! we got this awesome remix done of our first single and i wanted to share it. for you to enjoy! [more inside]
A filtered house remix of "Supersonic" by Jamiroquai. It was primarily done as a project to help teach myself how to use Logic. [more inside]
I guess I'm sort of a sucker for remixing ol' Kate. But it's hard to resist when her voice sounds good, and so many of her songs have stripped down arrangements that lend themselves well to sampling.
The remix I did for the song that changed the way I perceived music, forever. [more inside]
Oh, Banana! Oh, Oh, Banana!
A spaced out dub remix of OJ Da Juiceman. Features some cocaine rap so it is not for fragile ears. [more inside]
I've been working slowly on this for a while. If Love Lockdown became a depressing minimal track... [more inside]
LSD turns hot dogs into talking troll dolls? Who wouldn't want that? Followup to this. [more inside]
One of the earliest songs I've ever made (one of the only I could find) remade with slightly better skills and slightly cheaper equipment. File under easy listening holographic lounge soundtrack. [more inside]
Some classic Joni with a heavy injection of DANCE. [more inside]
I decided that God Particle's 1988 needed lyrics, so I added some text-to-speech from Phoenix's Last Transmission From Mars. Everything is better with sad robots! [more inside]
The first time I posted this song, I put barely any effects processing at all -- just limiting to make it audible. Now I've gone back and put in EQ, reverb, gating and some compression. Same song, different mixing. Compare and contrast.
Found on the same CD as the last tune I uploaded, this is a forgotten remix to what I guess is one of my main tunes (I'll upload that later by way of comparison). I actually prefer this version now, though the strings at the end are laid on a bit thick.
a remix of The Roots' song "Criminal" [more inside]
My first remix [more inside]
It's kind of Bmore, but is way too slow and pretty, hence the name. [more inside]
A cool remix I created of the Who's classic song "My Generation". Enjoy!
A currently-instrumental hip hop beat in progress. I've been trying to remix this song for a long time, and this is the best I've managed to come up with so far. [more inside]
With piano ivories, shimmering vocals and far too much sincerity, I have transmographied the Beastie Boys' energetic party-chant into a mostly miserable, quasi-beautiful, semi-epic, completely human piano ballad. [more inside]
Some experimental ambient textures and layering. Contains samples from Hulk Hogan & The Wrestling Boot Band, Unique Ason, Detroit Grand Pubahs, Björk, Four Tet, Morgan Freeman, and Busy P. Also some sampling of dirty audio jacks. Title from Fadhil al-Azzawi (Iraqi Poetry Today).
- A totally reconstructed remix of Xillon's Rockmoss, from the album It's Ok To Dance. [more inside]
A remix of a bandmate's song concept. First night with Ableton Live, and it's entirely worth the learning curve.
A new version of a song I had a couple of months ago. Kind of an OCD version.
Fennesz, O'Rourke, Rehberg, ODB, Para 1, Nitin Sawhney, and... Dizzee Rascal? [more inside]
Stevie Wonder's You Haven't Done Nothin' backed by Plump DJ's Contact 00. Fortunately for me, they were in the same key. Unfortunately, they were roughly 30bpm apart. It's good to finally be remixing again though. [more inside]
The theme song for Sailor Martin, my pierced and tattooed ventriloquist dummy, a melancholy Hawaiian number about a hut on the beach occupied by a certain drunken sailor with a large number of naughty tales to tell. [more inside]
Sailor Martin, a tattooed and pierced ventriloquist dummy, produces what sounds like his version of the scene in The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy meets the Munchkins, except, in this instance, he has been shipwrecked, eaten some potentially poisonous bark, and may be hallucinating. [more inside]