[LAU] a new song
poeticintensity at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 05:47:09 UTC 2012
Wow... Really like the song, man. Thank you so much for sharing.
Hey, if you're interested, I liked this so much, I'd love to give it a try
recording acoustic drums with it... (I run a recording studio based
entirely off Linux, and have been drumming for 20 years). If you wouldn't
mind, could I get a copy of the tracks, to mess around with it? *Great*
vocals, man. Just great. Loved it.
Let me know.
On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 8:35 PM, Ken Restivo <ken at restivo.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 12:25:01PM -0400, Ricardus Vincente wrote:
> > On Sun, 2012-06-10 at 10:41 -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> > >
> > > i can't claim to have heard a *lot* of your vocal performances dave,
> > > but it seems to me that you're getting better and better, or at least
> > > were having a very good day with this one. minor production issues
> > > aside, really nice.
> > What if there ARE no production issues, and everything you're hearing
> > was intended? Then my friends, it's called ART.
> So true.
> Recently a friend attempted to lure me out of musical retirement by asking
> me to help mix a record. (It was kind of fun, but, alas, I've lost my taste
> for the detail work, like cutting and tweezing and trimming individual
> syllables out of vocal tracks, etc).
> Apparently the trend nowadays in indie pop is to drown entire mixes in
> reverb (and use old analog tape, so the mix sounds like you're hearing it
> through thick wall of gauze).
> On sparse mixes I like ambience, or if the song's feel calls for it, but
> if there's a lot going on in the mix, I tend to reduce the reverb to
> asymptotically approaching zero. That was not what the guy wanted, so I
> don't think I'll be doing much mixing for anyone.
> Analog fetishism, on the other hand, has been discussed here at length
> many times, and I don't intend to rehash it. However, after recently
> listening to Wish You Were Here, I was struck with how much time, work, and
> money the Abbey Road/EMI engineers put into making analog tape sound as
> clear back as digital can get now-- even the cheapest consumer digial gear
> today can get that clean today.
> In matters of art and taste, one can't really argue.
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