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Sick and tired of Cubase effects Reverb & Delay Plugins
Old 22nd February 2017
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-6 dB/oct for the Low/High EQ sections in VintageVerb.
Even Sean jumps in how's that for engagement!
Old 22nd February 2017
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@ fgimian Cool, world of difference, you capitalized on the potential, here is an example of where that leads to once mastered.
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Old 22nd February 2017
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@ fgimian Cool, world of difference, you capitalized on the potential, here is an example of where that leads to once mastered.
Sounds awesome, and you have managed to really improve the kick drum in the master too. I do hear a little distortion during the break (with the pads) tho. The pads need to actually come down another 1 - 2 db in retrospect.
Old 23rd February 2017
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Sounds awesome, and you have managed to really improve the kick drum in the master too. I do hear a little distortion during the break (with the pads) tho. The pads need to actually come down another 1 - 2 db in retrospect.
Yes, i could make a nitpick list of artifacts, but it was only a MP3 for educational purposes. Mastering sort of works like a magnifying glass. Buried detail suddenly stands out. I do a lot of EDM, glueing low end and opnening up midrange is what lifts the track further. But you are a solid producer you laid out the elements to work with really well.
Old 23rd February 2017
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Yes, i could make a nitpick list of artifacts, but it was only a MP3 for educational purposes. Mastering sort of works like a magnifying glass. Buried detail suddenly stands out. I do a lot of EDM, glueing low end and opnening up midrange is what lifts the track further. But you are a solid producer you laid out the elements to work with really well.
Thank you so much! Really appreciate you putting in some time too on your end. You managed to give the track a nice lift without making it sound unnatural, great job!
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