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On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 4:08 PM, Carlo Ascani wrote:
Maybe my messages didn't go thru?
I wrote this in an earlier response:
> I mainly use hardware synths and sequencers, which makes the EQ'ing and
arranging a bit easier,
So, no no software for sequencing (well... akai software of the mpc500 and
some octatrack) hence the title of my thread:
*Music made _with fun_ thanks to GNU/Linux*
I use ardour as a mixer and its sequencer to delete eventual errors that
occured during the recording session. Pretty oldschool to be frank, but my
workflow was build on physical recorders. I am a big fan of Lee scratch
Maybe some of you notcied that i really love the calf plugins suit.
Especialy the compressors and spaciotemporal FXs (delay reverb). I usualy
go one take for the beat, one take with "instrumental" adlibs, one take for
vocals, and some takes for backing vocals. In that order. But tracks like
"Ner I Malm=C3=B6" or "Par Hazard" are pure oneshots vocals included, that =
thru a compressor before uploading. Some tracks i ran thru JAMin also. But
i've got a lot of work to do on my mastering skills. I still tend to lose
focus on what needs what when i fiddle with finetuning.
Please feel comfortable with asking anything about what how when and
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Hi Carlos!On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 4:08 PM, Carlo Ascani <carl=
I quote everything!
May I ask what piece of software did you use to make the tracks ?
A tracker, maybe ?
Thank you for sharing
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