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Here's a new track that I'm getting close to finishing. I'm embarrassed to say it's the first tune I've done since upgrading to version 4 months and months ago.
Last edited by Telemander on Sat Nov 16, 2019 10:31 am, edited 1 time in total.
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by Black_Haus on Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:04 pm
Very well done!

Nice smooth melodic jazz sounds. I thought it was very well mixed and performed.

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by Telemander on Sat Nov 16, 2019 10:19 am
Black_Haus wroteVery well done!

Nice smooth melodic jazz sounds. I thought it was very well mixed and performed.


Thanks for checking it out. I appreciate the comments. :D
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by hello people on Mon Nov 18, 2019 7:03 pm
Guitar is maybe too present in the honky area of midrange.

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by sirmonkey on Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:44 pm
This has a really nice and smooth vibe, with a luscious low end.
I do think I agree with hellpeople's comment...
I would suggest adding a touch of compression on a selected frequency range
(I'm sure exactly where) to reign in the guitar (just a bit, though)
All in all, great sounding composition and mix :thumbup:

Edit: Listened again on headphones (my phones are better than my budget monitors):
Now sounds about perfect as-is. Any "imbalance" could be some unconscious
by-product of whatever other music that I might have just listened to right before listening to this. :thumbup:

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by commonchild on Sat Nov 23, 2019 12:50 am
very mellow, and relaxing.
the drums are super smooth on this.
all the instruments blend well too, no clashing and each part stands out.

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by Telemander on Sun Nov 24, 2019 10:43 am
hello people wroteGuitar is maybe too present in the honky area of midrange.


Thanks for the feedback. The guitar I was using has a midrangey tone to it and I think I'm just used to it. I swept the midrange and found the area around 1800Hz neeed some reduction. Don't know if it fixed what you are hearing, but it sounds better to me.
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by Telemander on Sun Nov 24, 2019 10:46 am
sirmonkey wroteThis has a really nice and smooth vibe, with a luscious low end.
I do think I agree with hellpeople's comment...
I would suggest adding a touch of compression on a selected frequency range
(I'm sure exactly where) to reign in the guitar (just a bit, though)
All in all, great sounding composition and mix :thumbup:

Edit: Listened again on headphones (my phones are better than my budget monitors):
Now sounds about perfect as-is. Any "imbalance" could be some unconscious
by-product of whatever other music that I might have just listened to right before listening to this. :thumbup:


Thanks for checking it out. I made some adjustments between the first version that was posted and what is now up, so you may have heard the changed version through the headphones. Appreciate the comments.
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by Telemander on Sun Nov 24, 2019 10:52 am
commonchild wrotevery mellow, and relaxing.
the drums are super smooth on this.
all the instruments blend well too, no clashing and each part stands out.

Thanks for the comments. I didn't have too many tracks to deal with so that made it easier.
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by sirmonkey on Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:13 pm
Listened again on my budget monitors (lil teeny Alesis Elevate 3 model)...

And it all just purrs perfectly. Very nice. You really nailed it!

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by Telemander on Tue Nov 26, 2019 3:09 am
sirmonkey wroteListened again on my budget monitors (lil teeny Alesis Elevate 3 model)...

And it all just purrs perfectly. Very nice. You really nailed it!


Cool. Thanks. :thumbup:

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