Haunted House Records Blog
Posted on 7/28/2011 2:46:36 AM by steveh
I am running an introductory offer on this library where you can purchase it for £19.99gbp instead of the full price of £24.99.
You can listen to the demo and get some demo samples at the above link.
Posted on 7/26/2011 12:54:11 AM by steveh
I found an interesting interview with Richard Devine today. Being a sound designer my self I really appreciate the kind of sonic decimation that Richard produces.
The interview gives a good insight into his working practices and talks also about algorithmic composition.
Posted on 7/26/2011 12:46:37 AM by steveh
Here is a cool tips video for ableton live I found on you tube. I knew a lot of these already, but I still found some interesting techniques in here.
Posted on 7/25/2011 2:26:13 AM by steveh
I am getting ready for the release of a new sound library called Dark Places. This album contains nearly 4 gig of Dark Ambient/Cinematic soundscapes. Great for adding tension to your tracks or perfect for film/tv work.
Here is a sneak peek demo song.
The library should be out within the next few weeks. Read More....
Posted on 7/1/2011 1:40:02 AM by steveh
I have just launched a great special offer for my Toxic Beats sound library. From now until Monday 18th July you can buy Toxic Beats for only £4.99 saving £10.00 of the full price.
Posted on 6/9/2011 2:18:42 AM by steveh
For the last few months I have been moving the Haunted House Records website over to a new server and completely redeveloping the site to use a custom content management system.
As part of this move we effectively took the Sounds Of Mummy website off-line. I have now put this product back on-line so the digital version can be purchased.Read More....
Posted on 6/3/2011 3:09:27 PM by steveh
Here is an interesting video interview and studio video with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. The vid is from back in February but I came across it earlier today :-)
Posted on 6/3/2011 8:09:40 AM by steveh
Review Model : Self Purchased
a while I have been searching for the ultimate DAW controller.
Initially I looked at some of the larger control surfaces from
companies like Mackie, but I really didn't want a huge box on my desk.
I work mainly in the box these days so I am keen to get away from large
bulky mixing units.
For ages I just worked with the mouse and never really considered the single fader control surfaces until I read a post on the Reaper forums where someone was raving about them.
Posted on 6/3/2011 7:09:11 AM by steveh
This review initially appeared on my old blog back in 2009. Since developing new blogging software for this site I decided to move the review over to this blog as this is still a very popular budget field recorder.
The other day I had a new portable field recorder turn up, the Tascam DR-07. This recorder has only just been released and is actually their entry level model sitting below the Tascam DR-01. I initially liked the idea of this recorder because it is nice and small so I can carry it with me everywhere.Read More....
Posted on 6/2/2011 1:08:01 AM by steveh
I came across this cool video today showing the set design and technical preparation for Amon Tobins new Tour.