WHAT RMS FOR YOUR TRACKS?

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Chang
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Re: WHAT RMS FOR YOUR TRACKS?

Post by Chang » Fri Jun 05, 2009 12:36 am

Tone Deft wrote:Chang you never cease to amaze me at how absolutely completely clueless you are.

deer in the headlights. 8O

hilarious. :lol:




shitmonkey - there's a term for that type of speech, it's bugging me. if it remains a noun, what kind of word is it? I was thinking a compound word but I don't think that's correct.


No, I'm just guessing what op was really asking. How you figure clueless? If your music is in pocket and you separately abuse the hell out of a transient designer on your kick and snare to the point of popping out of control attack it will lower your music, and kill your headroom and make percussion attack stick out like sore thumb while raising overall crest fact. I can jump on transmod right now and give you a hundred mp3 examples fact.
Rock is usually more dynamic than techno this is fact, so what is the problem? Tell me where I going wrong oh platinum winning engineer. :roll:

You act like asshole today.
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Tone Deft
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Re: WHAT RMS FOR YOUR TRACKS?

Post by Tone Deft » Fri Jun 05, 2009 12:37 am

just wanted to close the thread.

as you were.
In my life
Why do I smile
At people who I'd much rather kick in the eye?
-Moz

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