Home Recording

I do have a small project studio. I use Logic Pro as my Digital Audio Workstation. I also use a Zoom L-12 for live recording and as an audio interface along with a Boss GT-1000. I am happy to collaborate remotely on recording projects and can upload audio files in all popular formats.


Here are some original songs that I wrote and recorded at home using Logic Pro. The compositions are random musical styles – all instruments played by me.


You can download some tracks for free from my Bandcamp page.

Live Recording

Here are a few tracks recorded at band practices straight into an iPad using a Focusrite Scarlett audio interface and an Apple camera connection kit to send simultaneous recording of different inputs into separate tracks in Auria. I now use a Zoom LiveTrak L – 12 for live recording.

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Here are some links to websites that I have found useful for home recording:-

HomeRecording.com –   Logic Users Group  –  Why Logic Pro RulesMusician On A Mission –   Studiospares

For Virtual Instruments/Sounds/Midi files:- –  Toontrack   – Groove MonkeeOdd Grooves –  Native Instruments  –  Boss ToneCentral SoundSnap

To rough out backing tracks – Band In A Box –  iReal Pro (share chord chart as midi) – Karaoke Version (download all instruments separately)

There are various licensing and distribution outlets for any music that you might produce. The following may be of interest:-

Musicbed   –   Songtradr    –   Dittomusic  –  Bandcamp  –  Soundreef