Drop D

Drop D

Drop D's listening history

This is just a bit of silly fun I had one day with a four-track cassette recorder...about 9 years ago (yup...another lost find fro the racks). Just blowin' off some steam on a day off in my little apartment of Tokyo. On first listen-back...it…read more
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This track is almost 14 years old, but is the result of me getting an hour or so alone in the KIIS FM studios thanks to my old college buddy Mike Madrigal who was doing production imaging for the station at the time. I did the drum loops (sampled…read more
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When I'm in the zone, I dub-out...but sometimes I just gotta blow the cobwebs out by gettin' silly on the drum machine and rippin' on the fret-less. This was one of the latter. It was heavily inspired by the book "Rolling Thunder Speaks"...specifically…read more
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This is what happens when I come back to a track that started being put together in a commercial radio station production studio back in about '92/'93 (post liquid-lunch "creative" time). The rhythm loops were layered then the crunch guitar (courtesy…read more
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Inspired by the french movie titled "The Element Of Crime." This is basically a night in the studio for some musical therapy via studio jam with myself.
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Okay...it's still a sloppy mess...but that's what you get when you have earthquakes, a new-born baby, a nuclear disaster, broken bones in your hand and a whole-lotta "uuuuuuuuuuurgh!" to get out of your system. Somedays, you just gotta play in…read more
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This is an old jam I found laying around while organizing and packing for a big move. I think it was created around 2004 using my Korg drum-machine to make a program...dumped into Nuendo and then "razor-bladed" to death. If anyone want to co-lab…read more
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First track I produced on my DAW...just tryin' to get the feel of thing at the time (no manual...well...a manual, but it's in Japanese...so same thing). Anyway, it's pretty simple...programmed a drum track, threw down a fretless dub line...threw…read more
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Stepping outside of my normal "dub" vibe...this track was an experiment that started out as some support tracks for a live performance at a club for a Japanese band I was producing about 11 or 12 years ago. I had used a bunch of drum tracks and…read more
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Aside from the drum machine, this is a fully vintage analog take on what the young whipper snappers these days are calling "dub-step." The distorted guitar sound is actually fret-less bass (as is the case with all my tracks because I only own…read more
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