Re: [LAU] Collaborative music..

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To: thijs van severen <thijsvanseveren@...>
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Date: Monday, February 6, 2012 - 10:43 am

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On Feb 5, 2012 5:12 PM, "thijs van severen"
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it's the guitars that sound 'too heavy' when compared to all the rest, not
just the vocals)
it just a bit too much that the bass keeps following the kick. might be
nice in the intro, but i would go with a continuous bass line after the
intro

Thanks. I eq'd the top end off the bass as it seemed to be making the mid
range too cluttered. Maybe keeping the bassline in the lower register would
be better.

I'm not too sure what you mean about the bassline following the kick tho.
It is mostly on the off beats but perhaps it's too cluttered? Were you
thinking more of a melodic bassline or driving root-notes? Or something
else? I struggled coming up with something interesting for this song as it
is pretty fast.

Re the drums: yes they definitely need work. Ive never played the drums and
coming up with realistic interesting parts is quite difficult. Any
suggestions on how to work on this?

James

> - i second Erik's opinion about the drum in the chorus : '4 to the floor'
always works

somewhere in the middle

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On Feb 5, 2012 5:12 PM, "thijs van severen" <thijsvanseveren@gmail.com> wrote:

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t be nice in the intro, but i would go with a continuous bass line after th=
e intro

Thanks. I eq'd the top end off the bass as it seemed to be making th=
e mid range too cluttered. Maybe keeping the bassline in the lower register=
would be better.
I'm not too sure what you mean about the bassline following the kick=
tho. It is mostly on the off beats but perhaps it's too cluttered? Wer=
e you thinking more of a melodic bassline or driving root-notes? Or somethi=
ng else? I struggled coming up with something interesting for this song as =
it is pretty fast.

Re the drums: yes they definitely need work. Ive never played the drums =
and coming up with realistic interesting parts is quite difficult. Any sugg=
estions on how to work on this?
James

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[LAU] Collaborative music.., James Stone, (Sat Feb 4, 9:00 pm)
Re: [LAU] Collaborative music.., Erik de Castro Lopo, (Sat Feb 4, 10:43 pm)
Re: [LAU] Collaborative music.., thijs van severen, (Sun Feb 5, 5:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Collaborative music.., James Stone, (Mon Feb 6, 10:43 am)