Dub Trio featuring Mike Patton

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Dub Trio featuring Mike Patton

Post by joel hamilton » Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:05 pm

This is from a record i produced/engineered. I finished mixing this last night. It will be on Dub Trio's second record for ROIR records. We just finished last night, this is not mastered.Crappy 128mbit MP3. It is a cool track though, check it out:

[edit: pulled from my server now]

new song of the week:

http://messageboard.tapeop.com/viewtopi ... 652#269652
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Post by John Jeffers » Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:14 pm

I pretty much love everything Mike Patton touches. This is no exception.

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Post by joel hamilton » Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:17 pm

Yeah. He rocked it on this one. Really made the track come alive.

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Post by Rick Hunter » Thu Dec 01, 2005 6:25 pm

kick ass, dude.

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Post by alissa » Fri Dec 02, 2005 4:58 am

mike patton is hot 8)
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Post by psychicoctopus » Fri Dec 02, 2005 10:36 pm

Shit dude. Smokin! You dog, you got to work with Mike Patton.

What is that sound at 2:31? Is that DestroyFX Buffer Override? It works... who's idea was that?

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Post by joel hamilton » Sat Dec 03, 2005 8:46 am

psychicoctopus wrote:Shit dude. Smokin! You dog, you got to work with Mike Patton.

What is that sound at 2:31? Is that DestroyFX Buffer Override? It works... who's idea was that?

Eric
It isnt the buffer override plug. It is a zillion little glitchy edits by me. It is the guitar. The band wanted soemthing to "go wrong" at that point in the song, before all the tapeloop manipulation crap I did kicks in. I just did the old squarepusher/aphex twin super-freak-out-million-edits-getting-smaller-sort-of-randomly-towards the-break-thingy....

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Post by lyman » Sat Dec 03, 2005 9:02 am

joel hamilton wrote:
psychicoctopus wrote:Shit dude. Smokin! You dog, you got to work with Mike Patton.

What is that sound at 2:31? Is that DestroyFX Buffer Override? It works... who's idea was that?

Eric
It isnt the buffer override plug. It is a zillion little glitchy edits by me. It is the guitar. The band wanted soemthing to "go wrong" at that point in the song, before all the tapeloop manipulation crap I did kicks in. I just did the old squarepusher/aphex twin super-freak-out-million-edits-getting-smaller-sort-of-randomly-towards the-break-thingy....
that's a nice little touch. i think things should "go wrong" for longer or more often in that song. :D

and yeah, patton really does kick ass. he's a pro.

good luck with the rest of the job!

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Post by Brett Siler » Wed Dec 07, 2005 1:09 pm

Man Joel... I am so jealous of you. You get to work with some of the coolest fucking artists.
The track sounded really good. What did you use to records Pattons vocals?

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Post by AstroDan » Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:08 pm

I'm betting Mike Patton is real professional. I saw Mr Bungle when they were supporting the California album. They nailed the performances from that album. If anyone's heard California, that is no small feat.
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Post by John Jeffers » Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:21 pm

I've seen Patton with Faith No More, Bungle, and Fantomas. He always sounds great live. One of my favorite Patton moments was just him and Danny Heifetz (Bungle's drummer) doing "Begin the Beguine". Just vocals and drums. Smoooooth.

As far as recorded Patton, so many amazing performances. But the vocal interlude (the Balinese kecak chak-chak-chak part) of "Goodbye Sober Day" has to be the coolest rock vocal performance by anyone ever.

Yes, I am an unapologetic Patton fanboy.

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Post by herodotus » Wed Dec 07, 2005 6:15 pm

Boy Joel did you just become way cool in my eyes.

Not that you care.

I will be buying this when it is released.

Mike Patton is one of the best vocalists, and one of the most interesting musicians all around, alive today.

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