Ever hear an awesome riff that you don’t want to forget? Ever feel like you can just almost visualize a riff that you’re working on?

Riffctionary is my solution to both of these ideas. It is my collection of some of my favorite vocal licks in the way that I visualize music most commonly: using Melodyne 4. Melodyne is the software I do a lot of my freelance audio editing work in – it allows you to not only view sung pitches graphically, but also alter them with amazing ease. This collection just shows off some riffs that I’ve at one point been mildly obsessed with. If you have any suggestions for what is missing, send them my way!

Listen: Instagram, YouTube

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