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Please give advice/tips--repost
Old 28th January 2007
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Please give advice/tips--repost

Yes, the last link didn't work. This one does.

I'm in a progressive rock band that is in the process of recording our debut CD. To be included on the CD is an original quartet in three parts.

Please check a very early mix of this piece. I played it into a computer with one of my keyboards, then converted the file to MIDI format. It was then uploaded to Cubase sx3 and assigned Garritan Personal Orchestra samples. There is a panning issue with the cello since the upload. I played the music, but did not do the mix. Tell me if you hear the panning issue. Also, offer any advice on the mix. Be honest.


www.myspace.com/overworlddreams

Click on the track First Movement Quartet. Thanks.
Old 1st February 2007
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I hear the panning issue. Every measure strings move left to right. I like the arrangement. well done... Was the panning intentional? IMO, I think it would be better without the panning... Just my preference...

Old 1st February 2007
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I cant say anything cause of that horrible myspace mp3 quality..

Post a link to a better quality mp3
Old 4th February 2007
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Thanks. I'm glad to see I was not hearing things. And I apologize for the crappy Myspace mp3. One day mp3's will go away forever...
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