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Don't have time for a really detailed response, but-- Wow! Nice!
The percussion (specifically, kick) seem to, i dunno, stutter and pop or
something a bit, and that's distracting-- but overall recording quality and
mix and "musicality" are all superb...
Great, great first steps!
On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Rusty Perez wrote:
> Hi folks,
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n 20, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Rusty Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I submit this to you with great trepidation because I know there are
lots of problems with it, but, here is the first multi-track recording
I've ever made with nama/ecasound.
First, each of these four tracks were a first take of a song idea I
had. The bass and percussion parts were basically composed on the fly.
This is the first thing ever recorded on my linux box, so levels ETC.
It was also the first time I've ever mixed with nama.
Finally, there is some distortion in the mix and I'm not sure of its or=
Anyway, with all that said, here's my first baby step. Hopefully I'=
reduced your expectations to nothing so that you'll find something
good here. :-)
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