new vox machina track

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bace135 in the house tonight!
Member Since: Jan 28, 2003

ok, even though I didn't get any love last time I posted a song, (which I have taken down to make room for this song), I'm going to try again.

I would appreciate any feedback on this mix. I have not yet mastered this track. I'm looking for any advice on how to make this sound professional. I think I have a good mix, but any input is definitely appreciated.

The song is called "inspiration" and can be found either in members music under hip hop, or under my profile.

www.homerecordingconnecti...usic&id=456

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...bringing sexy back
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Since: Jul 01, 2002


Jul 25, 2004 05:20 pm

why didnt you get any love before? anyways, ill check it tomorrow, cos its a bit late

just sendin out a little love...

Hello!
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Since: Jan 12, 2004


Jul 25, 2004 06:07 pm

Hey Coolo..this is gid!

I dont like this type of stuff usually but this is very good stuff. I am a self professed rocker so dont usually go for rap or hip hop stuff.

This stuff is very easy on ma ear. Good job with the mix and I can tell ya that is sounds VERY pro to me. Your bass sound is spot on all the way thru. Drums are a wee bit low, maybe a tad flat but then am used ti big crash banging rock drums so that mibbe just be me.

Sounds pretty good to me man...more love has been spread!!

All the best

Coco.

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Since: Jul 02, 2003


Jul 25, 2004 07:29 pm

Very good coolo. Other than adding a bit of reverb I don't really hear anything wrong with the mix, sounds great.

I've noticed that alot of rap/hiphop songs these days have short singing breaks in them, this song would really be cool with something like that added. Still great job, flows well, and has all the right stuff to my ears. :)

Dan

bace135 in the house tonight!
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Since: Jan 28, 2003


Jul 26, 2004 03:03 pm

Hey thanks for the comments.

Flame, the last track I posted was the one I submitted for the contest. And I didn't get a single response (no that sucks, no good job, no advice, nothing), so hence, I didn't get no love.

coco, thanks for the love. um what does one do to unflatten the drums, any ideas. Any part of the drums in particular that you think are flat (snare, hat, kick?)

olddog, thanks for listening. So, where would you add the reverb? The vocals? The overall mix?, The drums? The "guitar" and piano parts are already verbed out to my taste, but maybe those?

Yeah, so I think my group seems to be making hip hop that folks who don't normally listen to hip hop can appreciate. Hopefully we can keep that M.O.

bace135 in the house tonight!
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Since: Jan 28, 2003


Jul 27, 2004 12:25 am

uh, just felt like I should bump it (the post, not necessarily the track).

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Since: Jul 02, 2003


Jul 27, 2004 02:39 am

I was thinking just a touch of reverb on the mix cause it sounds a little dry, just to give it that little something. :)

Dan

bace135 in the house tonight!
Member
Since: Jan 28, 2003


Jul 27, 2004 06:46 pm

Sweet, I'll definitely mess around with some reverb when I start the masterinng phase. I've got a couple more songs to put up in the next couple weeks. Thanks for the feedback.

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