[LAU] First single made with linux audio
poeticintensity at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 19:31:20 UTC 2012
Thanks for sharing. First off, the performances were top-notch! Drum
timing / guitar chugging / and most importantly, the vocals sounded well,
done too! Good job on the performances. The recording and mixing, on the
other hand, could use some help. The drums sound flat and lifeless (which
is a shame, because the performance of the drummer was *awesome*!) -
especially the snare. It's almost non-existent. It should be much more
present. The guitars kind of sound a bit dull. It's almost like the
higher freqs of just about everything was EQ'ed down. (like, say 5k and
above??) It could also use mastering. The levels are very low.
Again, thanks for sharing! Hope that was helpful.
On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 1:00 PM, mn0 <mn0 at fukked-up.de> wrote:
> Hi LAUs,
> I proudly present you the first single we ever made.
> And we made it with Linux, of course ;)
> It's called What It Means To Me.
> check out in English http://deathrokk.com/wim2m
> or German http://deathrokk.com/wim2m_de
> or just one-click-download the free mp3
> or download ogg files
> We have some other 18 songs recorded.
> 12 besides the a side of the single will be on our upcoming album.
> We have a bunch of video material from the recording.
> The documentary on it will be online, as soon, as we've captured all the
> tapes and cut them etc. I'll tell you, when it's there.
> If you think there are some obvious flaws in the mix, that we should
> avoid on the album, now is your turn. Because now we can still change it.
> That doesn't mean you have to search too closely.
> Our whole studio excl. instruments is less than 1k€, so advices to use
> Neumann mics as overheads won't help.
> Anyway, I just wanted to share what we've made with wonderful tools like
> rt-kernel, ardour, jamin and jack...
> Thank you, devs and contributors.
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