[LAU] my first multi-track recording project on linux

Mike Pullen mike at thepullen.net
Thu Jun 20 18:54:51 UTC 2013

Don't have time for a really detailed response, but-- Wow! Nice!

The percussion (specifically, kick) seem to, i dunno, stutter and pop or
something a bit, and that's distracting-- but overall recording quality and
mix and "musicality" are all superb...

Great, great first steps!


On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Rusty Perez <rustys.lists at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I submit this to you with great trepidation because I know there are
> lots of problems with it, but, here is the first multi-track recording
> I've ever made with nama/ecasound.
> First, each of these four tracks were a first take of a song idea I
> had. The bass and percussion parts were basically composed on the fly.
> This is the first thing ever recorded on my linux box, so levels ETC.
> were untested.
> It was also the first time I've ever mixed with nama.
> Finally, there is some distortion in the mix and I'm not sure of its
> origin.
> Anyway, with all that said, here's my first baby step. Hopefully I've
> reduced your expectations to nothing so that you'll find something
> good here. :-)
> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/30068518/invisible-friend-first-mix.ogg
> Rusty
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