Home Studio Registry: Dave Seidner

Primary use Secondary use Recording knowledge level MIDI knowledge level
Recording Jamming/Fun Average Average
Commonly work (with) Completed songs/demos/jingles
Alone 21-40

Future plans/projects

Continue to learn and develop recording skills and to keep creating music. Love to Jam! Check us out at mp3.com/uncleremus where 3CD's (Zen Scum, Thrill Hump and Tweak Freak) are now available!

Guitars

Guitars: 
PRS Custom 22, Roland Ready Stratocaster(midi), Yamaha RBX360 Bass, Yamaha Compass Series East Acoustic/Electric and Ibanez Performance Acoustic.

Sound modules

Roland GR-33 Guitar Synth

Percussion

Yamaha DD-9, Fruity Loops and Drag and Drop Drummer software.

Effects

All Line 6 Effects included in my Flextone 2, Electro Harmonix Q-tron, Digi-Talker, Software effects with Cakewalk plus Direct-X and VST plug-ins.

Microphones

Shure SM-58, Audio Technica DR-160 and ST90 Mark 2

Mixing

Eurorack MX 602A

Monitoring

Hafler TA1100 Amp, Tannoy Reveal Monitors and Sony MDR-V500 Headphones

Computer

HP Pavillion 8756C - Pentium3 850 mhz - 128 MB RAM - 30 Gig HD

Music software

Cakewalk Pro Audio 9.03, Sound Forge 5.0, Acid Pro 3.0, Drag and Drop Drummer, Cakewalk FX 1, 2 and 3, Rebirth, Fruity Loops, Emagic SoundDiver

Additional equipment

Line6 Flextone 2 Guitar Amplifier, Echo Darla24 Soundcard and Digital Audio Interface, Midisport 2X2 Midi Interface by Midiman, ART Tube pre-amp (studio)

Comments

Go to http://www.mp3.com/uncleremus or http://uncleremus.iuma.com or http://www.acidplanet.com/Lounge/ArtistDetail.asp?ArtistName=Uncle+Remus to get into Concept Remus! What is Concept Remus? The only thing constant in Concept Remus is change. Concept Remus brings the Live JamBand (Grateful Dead, Phish, etc.) concept to the internet. Uncle Remus doesn't play live, but every song posted on the net will be ever changing. Just as JamBands change up thier live show's setlists and song versions, Uncle Remus will be mixing things up right here on the net. New song versions will be updated regularly. What makes a new song version? A new song version could be a completely different arrangement. A new song version could drop some instruments and add some more. Lyrics could change, guitar solos could change. A new song version could be a remix, with or without effects. A new song version could include guest performers not heard on the last version. Each new version of a song could build upon the last one, building and building over time. Large or small, all songs will experience changes. While all this is going on with existing songs, new songs will be added. Everything on the Uncle Remus sites will always be changing: which songs are posted, the order of the songs, the songs' genres, the look of the website, etc. As more songs are added to the Uncle Remus repertoire, Concept Remus should become more interesting to the listener as well as the artist. Concept Remus is an experiment in music and technology with an emphasis on humor and psychedelia. If you dig Concept Remus or enjoy Uncle Remus music, bookmark either Uncle Remus site, visit often and listen for new versions and new songs, also check out some new visuals. The only thing constant in Concept Remus is change. Any Questions?