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Dubby dance/rock remix
Old 23rd June 2005
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Dubby dance/rock remix

Thanks for any thoughts on the mix:

(link removed - thanks for the listens)

Peece,
T. Tauri
Old 24th June 2005
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clean mix - nice dynamix


you still have have some headroom - normalize t0 -0.2 or -0.5 so to make it easy for DJ to keep consitant volume in a club....

You might want to make the vocals a little fuller and some pitch correction couldn't hurt (but if you like the way it sounds then don't worry about it) the best way would be to re-track the vocals and try to get more out of the singer ... the less effects you have to put on voacal to make sound good the better... but hey... nice overall.
Old 24th June 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by zabour
You might want to make the vocals a little fuller and some pitch correction couldn't hurt (but if you like the way it sounds then don't worry about it) the best way would be to re-track the vocals and try to get more out of the singer ... the less effects you have to put on voacal to make sound good the better...
Yeah... Combination of: philosophical aversion to auto-tune, not having a lot of experience working with vocals, and also not wanting it to depart significantly from how the vocal exists in the original mix... kept me from messing too much with the vocal.

Could go for a little fuller though...

Thanks for the listen!

Peece,
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