Hey looky here! I did a gig for Telerik. I used Ableton Live (which I constantly misspell as Abelton) and most of it’s built in synths and samples. I’ve been using Ableton for about 2 years now and I am really pleased with its ability to provide pretty much everything I need right out of the box. There are, of course, somethings I miss from using Acid. The ability to draw fade ins and outs with one click AND change the type of fade with a right click was extremely useful. What I don’t miss is loosing weeks of work from a crash that corrupts the whole session file.
You know what won’t crash? Telerik’s servers. Wanna know why? Because of their .Net Ninjas! How’s that for a segue?
So on last week’s episode of “Ace on the House” Adam Carolla asked for covers from the soundtrack of Taboo 2, the classic 1982 adult film starring Kay Parker. Oh, yeah, and Ron Jeremy part makes an appearance it too.
I listened to the original song ( link) and noticed it had that ’70s blues sorta boogie sound. And then it hit me that I could do it in the style of Harry Nilsson’s “Jump into the Fire.” And thus a podcast song was born.