Please lend me your ears again

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bicarbone
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Re: Please lend me your ears again

Post by bicarbone » Sun Nov 15, 2009 4:58 pm

fishmonkey wrote:nice one! there seems to be some clicks in this mix though...
Yeah, it's the panned right wind toy organ. The recording is pretty bad.
I'll try to fix it, but at some point I'll have to decide I'm finished with this track...

Anyway, thanks fish!
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Re: Please lend me your ears again

Post by jez3122 » Sun Nov 15, 2009 5:30 pm

very nice mate.....i love your voice it's got a great tone to it..

keep doing what your doing :wink:
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Re: Please lend me your ears again

Post by ChiDJ » Sun Nov 15, 2009 6:08 pm

Amazing. Clever lyrics, (Big time Bowie). Your voice has a great tone. Excellent choice of instruments especially the mellotron-esque organ. I really like how you effected your vox. I wouldn't change it. I could see this remixed with some dirty synth's to contrast the soft sounds. (maybe that's what you were trying with the"ducky sound"??)

Anyway, Props!

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Re: Please lend me your ears again

Post by bicarbone » Sun Nov 15, 2009 6:24 pm

Thanks heaps every one!

This is now my final version (as edited in my previous post):

http://www.martinrewki.ch/A_Brave_Cosmonaut.mp3

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Re: Please lend me your ears again

Post by subunit23 » Sun Nov 15, 2009 10:39 pm

I think it sound better than the first version, somehow more coherent and solid. THe vaccum cleaner sound is now very pleasant. Well done, that's a really good work.
One last thing though : the fill at 1min35 sounds a bit thin. But that's really minor.
Overall your song is really really good

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Re: Please lend me your ears again

Post by bicarbone » Mon Nov 16, 2009 9:44 pm

subunit23 wrote: One last thing though : the fill at 1min35 sounds a bit thin. But that's really minor.
Oh yeah, well let's say it's ground control to Minor Tom then.
(sorry, I shouldn't be making puns when it's not my language)
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