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Riad 02-11-2005 01:44 PM

Re: Latest stuff
 
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The bass was run through an Tech21 SansAmp RBI

I might just have to get myself one of these...I'm not really a bass player, but it would be nice to get a better sound of my bass tracks.

nice work.

bp

I'm a big fan, it's one of the best $250 studio purchases I've made.

guitarstewman 02-11-2005 01:47 PM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
thanks rocketeer

Matt Whritenour 02-11-2005 04:54 PM

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The bass was run through an Tech21 SansAmp RBI

I might just have to get myself one of these...I'm not really a bass player, but it would be nice to get a better sound of my bass tracks.

nice work.

bp

I'm a big fan, it's one of the best $250 studio purchases I've made.

i second this. where did u get it for 250? i got mine for 300 but i want to get another one , because i also play bass for my band and it's a pain to always have to take the sansamp out of my rack of live gear and put it in with my recording stuff, so i'd rather have one for each =)

Riad 02-11-2005 05:13 PM

Re: Latest stuff
 
I bought it at sam ash in the city, maybe it was about $300 with tax, don't remember the exact amount but it sounds great!!

Roy Howell 02-11-2005 05:44 PM

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stewie-
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hello everyone. i have never posted in this section but i will start now and would like some feedback if anybody has the time to check out the latest band i've recorded. you can find the music at www.purevolume.com/newatlantic . they are streams so keep that in mind. it is the first 4 songs on there you can view them all until the 21st then i think they will take a few down. thanks.

stew


Stew,
Almost missed your post...'Blue Eyes' is great...I really do love the vocals on this, the instrumentation, and the song itself. Acoustic guitars sound great with the piano, which shines by itself toward the end.
This song is the only downloadable mp3, which I prefer, so I haven't heard the others yet. Will probably listen to them later.......but, great job by all on this.

You other guys should check it out.....very nice.

-Roy

Riad 02-12-2005 06:54 AM

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stewie-
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hello everyone. i have never posted in this section but i will start now and would like some feedback if anybody has the time to check out the latest band i've recorded. you can find the music at www.purevolume.com/newatlantic . they are streams so keep that in mind. it is the first 4 songs on there you can view them all until the 21st then i think they will take a few down. thanks.

stew

Stew,
Almost missed your post...'Blue Eyes' is great...I really do love the vocals on this, the instrumentation, and the song itself. Acoustic guitars sound great with the piano, which shines by itself toward the end.
This song is the only downloadable mp3, which I prefer, so I haven't heard the others yet. Will probably listen to them later.......but, great job by all on this.

You other guys should check it out.....very nice.

-Roy

I also liked the song, especially the vocals and guitar. I would have liked to hear a bit more drum, sounds like the drum was mic'd via a room mic and overheads only so the snare and kick don't sound as tight as I would have liked. I wouldn't want to turn the song into a hard rock tune, but just some very subtle drum adjustments.

Otherwise it's a great song, nice job.

Rob

badperson 02-12-2005 07:51 AM

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yeah, "blue eyes" sounds really good. It sounds like you're recording in a really good sounding room.

I'd be curious to hear what kind of gear you guys are using. Very nice work.

bp

Russell Stafford 02-12-2005 09:29 PM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
My latest effort. It's called "haunting you"

http://www.soundclick.com/pro/defaul...&content=music

Riad 02-13-2005 05:43 PM

Re: Latest stuff
 
OK, one more... just finished mixing this tonight... it doesn't pass the test until I listen to it in my car tomorrow

Embers

IntelDoc 02-14-2005 09:27 AM

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Riad,
Sounds good man, been meaning to throw it through the system at home. That RBI is great eh! I use mine still, but I tell ya, that DEMETER TUBE Pre I bought! DEAR GOD does it have a killer tone! Incredibly fat sounding, and full. Tops that through the 1176 and BOOOOMMMM!!!!! killer tone!

Good deal on the tune though! Sounds great!

- Doc

Riad 02-14-2005 10:23 AM

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Riad,
Sounds good man, been meaning to throw it through the system at home. That RBI is great eh! I use mine still, but I tell ya, that DEMETER TUBE Pre I bought! DEAR GOD does it have a killer tone! Incredibly fat sounding, and full. Tops that through the 1176 and BOOOOMMMM!!!!! killer tone!

Good deal on the tune though! Sounds great!

- Doc

Thanks, I run my RBI back through my Avalon and that works well too... I have two purchases I need to make in the next few weeks, a soundelux 251 and an AMS Neve 1073.

Keep ya posted on the sound of that combo!

IntelDoc 02-14-2005 11:05 AM

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Why the AMS? Which one too? The DPA? or the 1073. I am loving the pair of X73i's that I just got. Guitars were MAD this weekend.

- Doc

Riad 02-14-2005 12:18 PM

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Why the AMS? Which one too? The DPA? or the 1073. I am loving the pair of X73i's that I just got. Guitars were MAD this weekend.

- Doc

AMS Neve makes two models the 1073DPA and the 1073DPD, the DPD is the digital version which I don't need. The 1073 is a dual channel Neve 1073 for under $3000, that's not too far off from a pair of Vintechs. If you look at the 1073, X73i, Great River, they all sound good, just different. I say buy them all!!

badperson 02-14-2005 02:08 PM

a question to throw out there...
 
a question for the "latest stuff" lurkers/posters/misc denziens....

I love this venerable thread as much as everyone else does, but I was curious; would you guys rather have this thread or a dedicated forum, like prosoundweb and gearslutz...

just thinking it would be cool to get the mac and tdm folks work/opinions/input, and more discussion of individual songs, easier to search, etc.

just a thought. I wonder if digi would go for that.

Jack Rabbit 02-14-2005 02:58 PM

Valentine\'s Day
 
Schmaltz. Finally got to use the Funk Logic Masterizer. Listen for it.

The Bear (Happy Valentine's Day)

Tubz 02-14-2005 03:08 PM

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Finally got to use the Funk Logic Masterizer

He he, that was a OLD recordplayer!
Nice tune, and great sound on the lead and guitar!

Br Tubz

Riad 02-14-2005 05:32 PM

Re: a question to throw out there...
 
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a question for the "latest stuff" lurkers/posters/misc denziens....

I love this venerable thread as much as everyone else does, but I was curious; would you guys rather have this thread or a dedicated forum, like prosoundweb and gearslutz...

just thinking it would be cool to get the mac and tdm folks work/opinions/input, and more discussion of individual songs, easier to search, etc.

just a thought. I wonder if digi would go for that.

Yes I agree, I wish this wasn't in the LE forum because other user's might not know it's here.
Would Digi make this a separate forum... let me know how that works out for ya.

Riad 02-14-2005 05:34 PM

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Schmaltz. Finally got to use the Funk Logic Masterizer. Listen for it.

The Bear (Happy Valentine's Day)

That's a great sounding song... what system did you record that on?

Gene Backlin 02-14-2005 09:14 PM

Re: Latest stuff
 
I had to record a recital last Saturday. Warning ! For those who are not into classical, this will put you asleep, for the others, please enjoy !

http://s94545301.onlinehome.us/music/03_Franck.mp3

Take Care,
Gene

Aussie169 02-14-2005 11:06 PM

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Gene.

I really enjoyed that. I was brought up on classical music.
Where were your mics positioned? I guess you were limited as to where you could put them? The piano sounds good, but the violin sounds like he/she is standing about 20 feet behind the piano. Pity you can't drop a mic right over the violin. Anyway, great effort under obviously less-than-perfect circumstances.

Gene Backlin 02-15-2005 04:38 AM

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Thanks Marc,

Yeah, the violinist was practically sitting in the pianist's lap. It was a small church and I could not get too close. The pews were about 3 ft away from the performers. I set a stereo pair off to the side so I could get violin on left and piano right about 20 feet away. That way I could not see anyone knocking over the mics.

Thank you for listening !

Take Care,
Gene

Gwanillium 02-15-2005 12:28 PM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
Check out my latest productions here:

http://www.audiostreet.net/artist.aspx?artistid=12183

I hope you enjoy, i'd love some feedback.

Roy Howell 02-15-2005 10:22 PM

Re: Latest stuff
 
Sounds great, Gene...very cool music and good job.

-Roy

stewie 02-16-2005 06:02 AM

Re: Latest stuff
 
thanks for the input guys.. however here is the latest that ive worked on.

http://www.b-sidesrecording.com/samples/track03.mp3

let me know what you guys think

Gene Backlin 02-16-2005 08:12 AM

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Thanks Roy,

I'm working a bit more on the mix to try to bring the violin up a bit more, or put the piano back a little, or a little of both. I will re-post when completed.

Thank you again for listening !

Take Care,
Gene

Roy Howell 02-16-2005 12:29 PM

Re: Latest stuff
 
stewie,
Another good song...good job on the mix too. You're engineering, right?

-Roy

Jack Rabbit 02-16-2005 12:53 PM

Re: Valentine\'s Day
 
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Schmaltz. Finally got to use the Funk Logic Masterizer. Listen for it.

The Bear (Happy Valentine's Day)

That's a great sounding song... what system did you record that on?

Thanks, Riad. I use Mbox and a 2.4 GHz AMD PC. I record guitar and vocals live, then dress it up with MIDI.

stewie 02-16-2005 05:06 PM

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thank you sir. and yes i am engineering

Voideco 02-17-2005 10:57 AM

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Age of Soul

Destiny's Decision

Bare with Me

Walther

Voideco

Roy Howell 02-17-2005 12:23 PM

Re: Valentine\'s Day
 
Jack Rabbit-
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Schmaltz. Finally got to use the Funk Logic Masterizer. Listen for it.

The Bear (Happy Valentine's Day)


JR,
Just listened to 'Bear'...very touching song, and well done....and congrats again on winning first place in the songwriters contest. You deserve it.


-Roy

Len Grantham 02-17-2005 06:41 PM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
Here is a band I recorded for a club demo. This is my first effort after remodeling my studio.

www.statelinestudio.com/Samples.html

Looking for feedback,

Len

Voideco 02-18-2005 01:42 AM

Re: Valentine\'s Day
 
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Schmaltz. Finally got to use the Funk Logic Masterizer. Listen for it.

The Bear (Happy Valentine's Day)

That's really beautiful.

IntelDoc 02-18-2005 06:54 AM

X73 Test *DELETED*
 
Post deleted by IntelDoc

toddamo 02-18-2005 07:30 AM

Re: New Music!
 
Hey all,

I hope everyone is feeling great and inspired!

I haven't posted any new tracks here in some time.

Here are a couple...

The first is called FALLING FROM THE STARS and lives here:

http://bartlebymusic.com/fallingfromthestarspage.html

The second is called ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY and lives here:

http://bartlebymusic.com/onthisdatepage.html

Both feature a friend and great latin percussionist on a Roland Handsonic.

Toys/Tools used: Allenstein Machine (mmmm....fast), Roland XP-30 Keyboard,
Lexicon MPX-100 reverb, FMR RNC Comp, Rode NTK mic, Squire Jazz Bass
and T-Racks on the mastering end.

Thanks for listening!

:-)

-todd amodeo

Gene Backlin 02-18-2005 08:47 AM

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So here are a few rough mixed, but loud cuts to check out. No bass or vocals yet, but soon.

So things are pretty quiet around your neighborhood lately


Take Care,
Gene

IntelDoc 02-18-2005 09:05 AM

Re: X73 Test
 
hahaha ya, the funny thing was the neighbors to my left were selling their house that night. Granted I have this setup in a townhouse, but it works well. The cool thing is that the walls on either side have 3 foot thick firewalls all the way up. So the sound is pretty low, but loud in my house. So the other night (back to the story) the neighbors were having an OPEN HOUSE. Perfect test for the new residents right. The drummer in this band is by far the loudest I have ever had in the place. I mean you could hear him outside, so I am sure that it was next door too. Not the case, they knew that the drumming was going on, but it was not that loud. Now the guy outside though asked me when I was walking the dog " are you the drummer?" I said "No, but I run a studio out of the house at night." With a very concerned look he said simply "Every night????" That made me laugh, but ya know I am nice and stop at 9:00 to 10:00 and do not play drums after 9:00. The guitars are in a middle room and are not that loud. Enought to get the tone we need. Just thought it was funny.

This project is coming along. Having a hard time getting the POP snare and snappy kick that he wants, be we are close. Interesting though on the audio level of the MP3. MY mix was a lot louder unless it is really my speakers here at work? Sounds great at home.

- Doc

schreckmusic 02-18-2005 09:55 AM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
New website up www.schreckmusic.com My main styles are metal/electronic/trance.

Recorded using a 002 Rack

Any mixing/mastering tips would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks

-Schreck

tepes22b 02-19-2005 04:10 AM

Re: New Music!
 
Here's a couple of cuts from my band's first album. We're called 22B, and we play hard rock with kooky lyrics.

Super Duper Crackhead

Satan Claws

Roy Howell 02-19-2005 02:33 PM

Re: New Music!
 
Toddamo-
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Here are a couple...

The first is called FALLING FROM THE STARS and lives here:

http://bartlebymusic.com/fallingfromthestarspage.html

The second is called ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY and lives here:

http://bartlebymusic.com/onthisdatepage.html

Both feature a friend and great latin percussionist on a Roland Handsonic.

Toys/Tools used: Allenstein Machine (mmmm....fast), Roland XP-30 Keyboard,
Lexicon MPX-100 reverb, FMR RNC Comp, Rode NTK mic, Squire Jazz Bass
and T-Racks on the mastering end.

Thanks for listening!

:-)

-todd amodeo


Todd,
Just listened to 'Falling from the stars' and 'On this date'...both songs are good and have interesting changes.....and as always, your voice sounds great. I'm also hoping to get 'Lovers' with your fine vocals mixed very soon now.

thanks, Roy

stewie 02-19-2005 05:24 PM

Re: X73 Test
 
sounds good doc, have you tried using some samples for the snare / kick?


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