Re: [LAU] [Music] Horror prog: Spiral Torso Op

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Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 8:33 pm

On Sat, April 20, 2013 12:59 pm, Q wrote:

> It's nothing special rhythmically: starts in 11/8, then 10/8, then

Thankyou for the explanation. That explains the feel timing wise. I wasn't
paying that much attention to the beat but just felt it was different. (It
has been a long time since I did much drumming, but I should have caught
it anyway)

It is always good to hear how something was mixed/effected. I am still
just learning. I do tend to go over on the reverb I think, good pointer.

I haven't really tried out A3 yet, I am still working with A2 as my DAW. I
don't find it limiting though as I record all analog signals right now. I
have MIDI equipment, but I am still exploring having lots of tracks. When
I was last recording, I had only 4 tracks and so using one for timecode so
I could track drums and some other things as MIDI was worthwhile (almost
20years ago). Having unlimited tracks is a new experience :)

Len Ovens

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Re: [LAU] [Music] Horror prog: Spiral Torso Op, Julien Claassen, (Fri Apr 19, 7:35 pm)
Re: [LAU] [Music] Horror prog: Spiral Torso Op, Len Ovens, (Sat Apr 20, 8:33 pm)