Still listening to "On Valentine's Day." I'd really love to try my hand at this one as well if you aren't opposed to it. I really love the current mix but it would be great to try something different for kicks. Let me know! Thanks.
Regarding your message, I would be quite happy with all of the rough tracks in .wav format for TWNP. Leave out anything that is midi operated unless it is easy for you to bounce to an audio track. The horns too.... I'll take whatever I get and turn it into something different for fun. Never hurts to hear a different perspective, right? My dropbox email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I have plenty of space to spare so please feel free to upload the files to a folder there.
I like "Town With No Pity" a lot as far as the song and melody. Sounds like you were going for a specific thing in the production and that was done very well. I would love to take the bare tracks and do a more stripped down production of it.
I have a big Dropbox and we could make it happen pretty easily if you're interested. I'd be happy to sign and scan a letter saying that it is only for fun and I will never claim any copyright or dues no matter what you do with the product, if you like. Let me know!
-crispyness- a nebular one, kind of diffused
-melody notes: some are out of reach for You: Nevermind ?
-drums: too linear: Nevermind ?Should get a more "analog" remedy, but that is a compositional suggestion; only musicians know: please let's show off
-in general: everyone tends to his own lowest part of his voice register; plus : all together do the same : a smooth and forgettable observation ? from Distant World Apart it is easier to observe with different perspective
- I have been listening for three times
- from 2:05 : choir is , maybe, too long kept: it is a typical taste, which , therefore, brings me to bother myself ( ... cause my friends sang in the same fashion ): such a boring tasteful way of choiring !
- should get a renowned mentality in rhythmic arrangement between every voice instruments and leader
- the choice of the scale & notes :a premodal taste of remindfullness has sorted out
Vote would be, producer-arranger-composer -drummer: very good , indeed,