Saturday, February 21, 2009

Vocals for Wasted Time


Milosh recording vocals for wasted time from mike milosh on Vimeo.

Recording vocals at home has a completely different feel to it. It's subtle, there's no pressure and I can really go at my own pace, take as much time as I want with things. It's not just my voice that ends up in the recording, it's me, my home, the sounds I hear every day; the creaking of the floor boards, a bus going by, my room mate in the kitchen, my downstairs neighbour playing piano... I usually record a "ghost track", something somewhat lazily tossed out, something I'll most likely sing over top of focusing more on the subject matter, the idea behind the words.

4 comments:

Tim said...

Cool stuff man. What's the ratio of stuff you record yourself at home as opposed to in a more traditional studio?

Mike Milosh said...

hmm i think i record about 75% at home I think...

Stella said...

This is good too! Pretty sounds!

Mark said...

It's strange not hearing any music! haha