Meek helps out @marcushsoiled with artist development & branding by designing Warped Freqs logo t-shirt
Warped Freqs T-Shirts available shortly from elmlodgerecordsuk.bandcamp.com
Warped Freqs comprises of Marcus H / Phil Davis. Originally thought up as a side project too Marcus H’s Soiled project (Mojo, Wire Magazine, BBC 6 Music). This all changed when Phil Davis (Das Wunderlust, Ch*pman F*mily, J-Force) became the drummer & sound enforcer. Warped Freqs evolved into a live venture. There will be a official release on Linear Obsessional recordings this year and a series of rehearsal releases via Elm Lodge Records Uk. warpedfreqs.bandcamp.com
The first Meek Kit is available for download. All you have to do is fill out the details and answer a few questions then hit subscribe !
The Meek Kit #1 is made up of 13 quality sounds, that can be used in your musical projects under creative commons license.
These sounds were created at high resolution 32bit – 96khz capturing all the nuances and subtleties of nice fat analogue warmth. The downloadable Meek Kit #1 is presented to you at CD quality 16 bit – 44.1khz .wav files.
Meek Kit #1 .wav sounds included:
2x Special Bell(s)
2x Special analogue modular sequences
1x Special analogue modular drone
1x Special Rumble
The Meek Kit #1 was designed with film, motion picture, games and beats in mind.
Powerful analogue kicks will give you great depth and power to lift and add warmth to your tracks. The drone is pleasant, comforting and doesn’t give you ear fatigue; great for that ambient minimalist or epic project.
Big and wide analogue bass sounds provide tons of low end to fill out the sound of your project. The bass sounds wouldn’t go a miss on a dance or techno track !!
Lush bells help create the perfect background eerie horror ambience for dark and sinister moods or together with the drone create a peaceful meditative vibe.
Thats it folks!!
Enjoy the kit, and remember to share your creations you use your meek kit on!!
I look forward to hearing your creations and reading your reviews of the first Meek Kit #1