I've posted some recordings from a performance of my band last Saturday
night. The tracks are simple unprocessed and unmastered board
recordings, made by the soundman for the gig. As such they're intended
primarily as a record of the performance, but I'd like to use some of
them for tracks on a CD to sell at gigs. Here's where I need the advice.
As you can tell, the bass is too well-recorded (it had a direct line
out). I'd like to be able to diminish its presence, but I think I need
some advice on using EQ. Also, the originals had no processing, so I
added a bit of CAPS Stereo Versatile Plate in ReZound. I'm curious to
know what others here might do. Alas, there are no
multichannel/multitrack versions, I have to work with the present stereo
You can hear the tracks here:
MP3 versions are also available (s/ogg/mp3).
I'll send them through JAMin later today, so any advice re: using JAMin
would be especially helpful, but I'm interested in any & all responses.
Btw, ReZound and the encoders were the only Linux audio software used
for these tracks.
Enjoy, critique, keep breathing.
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