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dolphoenix 08-31-2005 06:35 PM

Re: My solo CD....
 
Hi everyone,

My friend and I just started a comedy project. Here's a link to our latest live recording (recorded through my mbox). It is rather rough, i hope to do a studio remix soon with a full orchestra.

http://dw.com.com/redir?&destUrl=htt...erId=100731706

FYI - Our influences are Stephen Lynch and Tenacious D, hopefully this won't offend anyone.

Any comments, good or bad, are appreciated

mahler007 08-31-2005 09:31 PM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
Quote:


Remember, you can automate threshold in your comps, so the on/off clicking can be overcome. RR

PS - Were the KM's X/Y or L-R placement?

Hey Rob,

I will try to tweak the threshold a bit more should I get around to remixing it... Perhaps the "thinning out" you described that happens early on is an issue with some editing not sure! Anyway, I'm sure i could probably mix it better. Like most things, I find that mixing can often be better if you take some time away from the project and come back to it after a while with a fresh set of ears and a more objective emotional perspective on one's performance... i'd like to EQ some of those "electric" sounding mid-high/high frequencies out of the km 184's as well...

To answer your last question, the KM 184's were set up in a L/R pattern- the left mic was about 12" away, pointed at a 45 degree angle (inward) at the bridge. The right mic was the same distance, pointed off-axis at 45 degrees (inward) toward the 12th fret of the guitar. The Earthworks omnis (a matched pair of QTC 40's? forgive me if I have the exact model number wrong!) were about six feet away, pointed in a straight a/b (?) pattern about three feet right/left from the center of the guitar, at a height of about 5-6 feet. i can't remember exactly, but I think this is about right.

Anyway, thanks again for your insight!

Best,
Andrew

Cavet Your Eruptor 09-02-2005 09:13 AM

Re: Work in Progress
 
Hey Jack Rabbit,

Are you looking for recorded 'ideas' or just verbal ones? If it is the former, is there a way I could get a copy of the song? It just plays on that web link and I don't know how to save the file from that type of setup. Also, just to help me out, what key is the song in? Thanks!

kav 09-05-2005 07:21 AM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
Hello there,

here's some tracks i done using the old faithful digi001 with a handfull of plugins. Try and download the continuous mp3 - all the tunes back to back the way they should be, if you got a fast net connection

www.councilflat.com

macr0w 09-05-2005 02:04 PM

Re: Work in Progress
 
Ok. Here's a link to myspace where I have some of the stuff I have worked on recently. It's all other people's music however I did program the drums on some of them. http://www.myspace.com/macr0wstudio

superpenguin79 09-06-2005 10:14 AM

Re: Work in Progress
 
macrOw: Cripple Creek sounded pretty good man. Couldn't listen to much more as my speakers at work are giving me trouble this morning here... had a nice old time jamboree type feel to it which was cool though.

macr0w 09-07-2005 08:21 AM

Re: Work in Progress
 
Yeah, thanks for that you know I recorded that in my room with 1 microphone. An akg 414b-uls set to omni. 2 guitars, 1 banjo, 1 violin, 1 mandolin and an electric bass guitar thru a small practice amp. They all just crowded around the mic and would lean in for a solo. I have about 10 songs they did for a demo. Which they did every song in 1 take every take was a keeper. I think we did all 10 songs in about 2.5 hours.

superpenguin79 09-07-2005 09:53 AM

Re: Work in Progress
 
nice man! tis always great when you have folks that know how to work with a mic to the advantage like that. The technique certainly has a great sound for the style of music.

Spirithunter 09-09-2005 06:25 AM

Re: Work in Progress
 
Hello all,

It's brand new song from Frozenbones project called "Plastic Roots"... this is the phase to critic and help us with fresh ears to make it better.

Follow the link below and scoll down to find the tune.
http://www.freewebs.com/fracturecomposer/mp3s.htm

Enjoy

Thanks for listening.


-Frozenbones!

superpenguin79 09-09-2005 10:15 AM

Re: Work in Progress
 
Spirithunter: nice job on the track. Reminds me heavily of Alice In Chains type influences meets like a slight Marylin Manson metal twist in parts...


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