Homeshake Remake Projects

This pack features the three Homeshake remakes that I put together for my Homeshake Synth Sounds article that I updated in 2023. These are remakes of the following songs:

  • Call Me Up
  • Every Single Thing
  • Heat

There was an older version of the Homeshake Synth Sounds article that I published way back in 2017 as one of the first articles for the site. This was before I started remaking full songs; I would just focus on small clips of individual sounds. The new Projects featured in this pack were created from scratch so that I could focus on making the new synth presets more accurate to the original sounds.

The projects look quite simple because of the low track count, but I spent a lot of time adjusting the timing in the MIDI clips to match the groove of the original tracks. The lead sound in Call Me Up and both the synth and drums in Every Single Thing are good examples; I programmed these parts on the piano roll and then manually shifted individual notes ‘off-grid’ to match the timing of the original parts, which were likely played by hand.

The only audio track I recorded was bass guitar for Call Me Up which I recorded straight into my audio interface and processed with a low-pass filter (from EQ8) and compression.

project screen homeshake

The projects featured in this pack include the following tracks:

Call Me Up

2 synth tracks:

  • Lead Synth
  • Chords Synth

2 audio tracks:

  • Bass Guitar
  • Outro (Reversed)

1 drum track:

  • Call Me Up Kit

Every Single Thing

3 synth tracks:

  • Main Synth
  • Pad Synth
  • Bass Synth

1 drum track:

  • Every Single Thing Kit


2 synth tracks:

  • Chord Synth
  • Bass Synth

1 drum track:

  • Heat Kit

These Ableton Live Projects require Ableton Live 11 and use the following plugins:


  • Arturia Prophet-5 V
  • Roland D-50 (Call Me Up only)
  • TAL U-NO-LX (Every Single Thing only)


  • iZotope Ozone Imager 2
  • Soundtoys Decapitator
  • Valhalla VintageVerb

All tracks have been frozen so if you’re missing any of the above plugins, you’ll still be able to hear the tracks and play the project. If you own the plugins, you can unfreeze the tracks to edit the sounds.