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On 11/01/2013 11:00 AM, rosea.grammostola wrote:
>> recorded seven new tracks in the unique and inspiring studio
>> on GNU/Linux.
Listening to it now. Sounds way too roomy for me, I barely hear any
close miked instruments. Not that it's necessary but the room in which
you recorded seems to miss some warmth and atmosphere (too much
concrete, too little wood?) so the result sounds to me like there's
lacking some low. Also the room sounds a bit too small and it seems
little or no additional reverb was used so the mix sounds a bit boxy. I
also hear some badly intonated/tuned instruments, especially the guitar.
With regard to the songs, I barely listen to jazz but I do listen to
some bands that have incorporated jazz in their pop/rock sound like
Tortoise (album: Standards), Karate (album: Unsolved) or The Mercury
Program (album: A Data Learn The Language). I highly recommend giving
those bands a listen as I have the idea Munk! is also operating within
this scope. So I favor the tracks that lean more towards pop minus the
Ska kind of tracks as I don't like Ska myself (except for The Specials).
All in all nice job!
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