new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

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new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

Post by kamih » Sun May 30, 2010 6:05 pm

Hi,
here's my second tune done entirely with Live.
Hope you like it, feedback is welcome :)
http://people.happycoders.org/kamih/wordpress/?p=74

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Re: new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

Post by som » Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:46 am

Like it. The high "needles" in the beginning are very 3-dimensional.
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Re: new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

Post by Horuzy » Tue Jun 01, 2010 1:15 pm

All the sounds are very 3-dimensional, I guess!

Quality stuff cause it's a good mixdown. Only the bassline is a bit "thin"; would do it with some vsts and basspressures (maximizers) but that's only a detail of taste for sure.

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Re: new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

Post by soultwist » Tue Jun 01, 2010 6:35 pm

Enjoyment was a Yes. Right up my alley. Love the shaker sound and placement too.

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Re: new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

Post by tlennon » Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:07 am

Very lite listening Kamih. Thanks for your second share.
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Re: new downtempo electronic track! (not trance :)

Post by kamih » Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:03 pm

Thanks for the listen guys! :)
Horuzy, I've never tried any maximizer before. Any VST you recommend?
I usually go a bit overboard with effects, so I tried leaving the bass nice and dry this time to not muddy the mix (since I have a lot of reverbs/delays going on with the other instruments).
And the 3d effect on the shells is done with the Haas trick: you hard pan left a copy of the sound, and duplicate a copy to full right with 5-30ms delay, this can be done easily with a filter delay if you turn off the sync buttons.
cheers,
kamih

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