Originally Posted by munmun I don't know if you changed anything but the bottom end is still lacking. Thank you for listening. :-)
I'm currently working on it :
- Adding some reverb.
- Doing again the guitar part with a mic capture instead of line input
- Adding bass
- Lowering the main voice
But I'm still doubting about the potential of the song...
Iíve been meaning to whip up a blog entry about this for a year or so since the same topic came up around that time. I am a synsethete. I have synesthesia. The Wikipedia page describes the characteristics and types quite well, but essentially it is when one sense consistently triggers the experience of a separate sense.
In my case, letters, numbers, words, pain and some taste/smell evoke a sense of colour. For me, it is most prominent
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This is my journey into the basement studio I wish to take you on any feedback and suggestions you can give will be a great reference for any who read this
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so lets start with the rooms the main tracking room
Updated 10-12-2014 at 08:18 PM by dgarner
I realized that it's been almost a year that I've started coming regularly on this forum...
So I thought it was time to finally confess: Yes, I'm totally faking it!
The main reason is I don't care how the music is done, as long as it sounds good.
The other big reason is that when you are stuck in a flat overlooking the main street, with little space, paper thin walls and a child sleeping next door, when the electricity in that flat is so bad, it's a miracle when
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The power of the DAW eq has made the difference in gear much less then I ever dreamed. The thread about the metal zone petal vs the mic'd guitar using matching eq to make them sound the very similar was eye opening. The notion that gear "takes eq well"
I've used the statement the this mic or that pre "takes eq well". I've seen others use it. The biggest "notion" I've heard is that "ribbon mics" take eq well. REALLY??? They
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The truth I've learned over the last few years is that mic pres matter much less then folks have us believe but even better, more then half the time or more you may not even need one!
This blog may not pertain as much to the kid with only an outdated mbox but it does pertain to those on the hunt for a killer front end.
I understand enough about electronics to confuse myself on a good day but my common sense quotient is fairly high so I feel I can talk about matters
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As the least sciency guy I know this came up on a different forum. It was claimed that some engineers can hear plugins such as eqs and compressors narrow the stereo field just by being activated without processing. The effect is also claimed to be cumulative.
I needed to hear for myself. I also wanted to know if calculating errors happen in a detectable way.
Here was my experiment.
In LOGIC LPX I used logics eq and waves q10 in all the following scenarios.
It's always sad to hear an audio company closing down. And i always wonder what is the reason. Not enough sales, people retiring etc?. One such company is 9 Volt audio, which's libraries was quite popular , won many awards and which was used by loads of high profile artists and sound designers.
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From the site
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After ten years of
Updated 12-31-2013 at 04:48 AM by fran v (typos)
I am on the Bitwig mailing list and was the recipient of a nice christmas courtesy email that revealed some interesting info on the DAW some has been waiting for, like forever.
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I've decided to start mixing ITB almost completely as of yesterday. With a Manley vari-mu strapped across the buss as my only piece of hardware on many mixes I've taken the leap. Here is my rational.
Over the last year I've had hardware setup like plugins on many channels. My summing was ITB. Engineers tend to agree that OTB summing with good CLEAN gear adds no audible benefit. I have done a ton of mixes completely ITB and