This is a theme I created in fl studio 10 using the miroslav philharmonik plug in for the strings and a bunch of virtual instruments for everything else.
There is a printing technique called (silk) screen printing where you basically "push" the entire piece through the press and it will (depending on your design) cover the entire area, including even the interior little area where the tag usually is. I think this could be a really good way to showcase some of the more elaborate artwork here.
(silk) screen printing does more refer to the technique rather than the material, so this can be done on cotton.
so here's the extended version of the REmix i made of Marke's blues riff.
i RE-RECorded the parts, added some bbbbass and added a middle part, based on Marke and Babbish's suggestion.
The format here is the main part 4 times through, then the middle part - lather, rinse, and repeat
The middle part's chords are C and G round a couple times.
Happy REmixing <3
A dirty, southwestern-flavored tune I wrote for a zombie book trailer I was hired to make. Couldn't find a good song for the soundtrack, so 'DIY' reared its ugly head once more.
Boy After Midnight !
Hope you will like it !
1. Night (CopperGiraffe)
2. CAL ARTS EX3 FOOTAGE (LifeIsGood)
3. Mice Treats (jenyffer.maria)
4. Manhattan Time Lapse (mattdavella)
5. 1.1 Dans Un Bois Solitaire (Haus_of_Glitch)
6. HITRECORD AT AMOEBA (filmpunk)
7. Unicorn reading (milesn005)
8. [template] femalian (far-eviler)
9. Niece and fireworks (vigitter)
10. -Wolf Rock- (petitechou)
Note: Sound effects and horror instrumentals courtesy of sounddogs.com.
A very strange, screamy, lo-fi track I threw down. Instrumental track available upon request.
It's a song sang for sinners
It's a drink drank by the mad
Love is not an answer, it's the problems we've always had
Let the gallows swing
With the drink in my veins
These words were all I ever wrote
I pray these clocks will always cast you out
And I pray, these clocks will always curse you
Cast your wishes as you may
But they'll live on, like lepers, they'll learn to see the light of day
I hope I die before I wake, 'cause you deserve less than I can take
A summer tune adapted from one of my old songs.
Open to new lyrics, voice, adaptations...
You have the musical score if anyone wants to use it in a different way.
It's basically all guitar driven with some simple drums. It needs layers though. Tons and tons of layers. Go crazy. :)
Here's a beat that I remixed together for you guys to work with. Enjoy!
P.S. If I missed resourcing anything here, please let me know!
Another instrumental from a remix.
Synth-pop-disco-house-whatever. (I've never been good with genres)
Rhodes and synths and drums n' stuff.
Shot by CameronSmith in Central Park, NYC.
Wow, it's been a looong, long time since I last hitrec'ed ! Nice to be back :)
I heard jcpeterson's "Ballet" and Krr's remix, and instantly fell in love with it. The song was begging to be remixed, so I tried a little something at the end. Maybe it would sound better with the guitar.
It's not phenomenal and kinda sounds like Lana del Rey, but you know. Tell me what you think !
This beat is ridiculous. jcpeterson, you're a mad fucking genius.
I added a bass line and some guitar. I also extended it a bit more and played with the ending.
Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa I wrote a song with the old dial up sounds. Why you ask? Don't ask silly questions, I reply
My REmix of Ryan Patricks tune. Listen Loud!
This is a track off of our debut EP. After discovering all of the incredible talent on HitRecord.org We couldnt resist diving right in! We want to see what you've got and what we can do for you. Animators, Filmmakers and Dj's alike. Lets Collaborate!
Ants cleaning up after a spider feast - not the best footage, but I thought, what if someone somewhere could use this, so here it is.
Shot with my Canon 60D with a basic wide lens AND a set of tube extensions to get really close up to the little fellas.
A short I made with footage from a trip I recently took to Illinois to visit my good friend (the smoker).
Let me know what you think!
Camera work: Liz Smalls
This is a film test that I did for my collaboratiobn, THE TRICKY UNKNOWN, I figured it was only appropriet to drop "Departure", behind it. Remix and enjoy!
Tunnel in the Appalachian mountains.
Just what it says on the box! I was searching through my files and found a video that had some VHS static at the end of it. Thought it might be useful!