A great bit of advice
Posted on May 03, 2010 07:08 am
Music is everything
Member Since: Apr 01, 2010
I'm sorry if posting from another forum is out of line. If it is, please delete this.
This is a really long post I found on the Cockos website while checking out the Reaper forums. It's about how to get a great sound just using your own ears, and there's a lot of good information.
The author is Yep.
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May 03, 2010 10:24 am Very helpful so far! thanks for the link.
Edit: Wow. this is really great stuff. page 2 he starts talking about more "creative" aspects and...well i won't give it away :P if anyone has time though, this is worth a read. Looks like a 35ish page post.... sooo. I'm all but ignoring any of the posts besides what yep says. Many of them are just creating more problems anyway
May 04, 2010 12:18 am This is srsly what I've needed for about 2 months lol, saves me from asking a ****-load of questions.
"It is important to work fast. Finished is always better than perfect."
May 04, 2010 06:22 am this post is epic
Since: Jul 04, 2002
update> im on page 3 and my mind has been blown about 15 different ways from just the info as well as the insight into the mind of home recordists
and must i note that the poster uses steak as an analogy for a bit... MM also uses steak in his tips section
some kind of weird sound-meat connection the rest of us dont know about?!?!?!
May 06, 2010 12:39 pm haha! i noticed that. Maybe the secret to making it in the music industry is hearty, manly, red meat.
I'm on page...6-7 or so. Around compression. I need to slow down and focus on some more creative aspects, then come back to this as a refresher soon. I have a feeling i'm blowing threw it too quickly sometimes and not retaining enough. This post really is incredible. It seems like he's touching on everything.
McMerkinHobbyist musician,pro recorderMember
May 12, 2010 01:04 am This is an exceptional resource, thanks for posting this link!!!
Since: May 15, 2007
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