send off-list for some reason), there were a lot of challenges with the raw
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On 5 November 2013 12:48, Alf Haakon Lund wrote:
> Right on, getting all the 70'ies associations! Tight, though a little
Glad you like it!
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November 2013 12:48, Alf Haakon Lund <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Right on, getting all the 70'ies associations! Tight, though a little m=
uddled on the sound - it's a little bit like there's only one massi=
ve instrument playing everything. On the other hand, that's how this ki=
nd of music often sounds.
Though a little bit too straightforward for my tastes, it's grrovy and =
well worth playing through.
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for commenting! As I mentioned to Brett McCoy=
(that I managed to send off-list for some reason), there were a lot of cha=
llenges with the raw material, especially other instruments leaking onto th=
e drum tracks. The muddy sound is mostly a product of that good old mistake=
, recording guitars with too much distortion. When it sounds good on its ow=
n, it must be good right? Haha.
Glad you like it!Arve