Taken on board what has been said here.
Please take a listen now and see what you think.
Have also mastered the track in Jamin
On 22 February 2010 12:32, Ralf Mardorf <email@example.com> wrote:
Frank Smith wrote:
Well here it is.
Money where your mouth is time!
Take a listen all produced in 64studio from start to finish.
Rock music with a ballad for good measure.
No need to login:
, excepted of the very good song "Getting Free"
. At the beginning "Getting Free" is perfectly mixed, but when the vocals start I'm not fine with it any more.
My first impression, when listening to it by two different pairs of speakers was, that the vocals are very loud here and I had the impression that a multi band compressor levels the vocals and in addition that the same compressor levels down the volume of the instruments or the volumes of the instruments are reduced manually.
Then I listened to it by headphones and I noticed that I was wrong because of my first impression. There's something broken because of the stereo mixing.
My second impression was, that when listening to it on mono the added signals of the left and right vocals become more louder than the added signals of the left and right instruments does, but I guess I'm wrong with this too, any way especially the brass section is "covered" by the vocals on mono. I guess changing the frequencies or making the vocals less noisy and some instruments, especially the brass section louder, might sound more pleasant.
However, "Street of Dreams" and "Hold back the Tide" IMO are good produced 64 Studio Linux recordings
PS: Private I listen among others to music in a style similar to "Getting Free".
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