Edit: New recordings with picture story and stuff!

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Edit: New recordings with picture story and stuff!

Post by dynomike » Mon Dec 27, 2004 10:03 pm

EDIT: I just put up some pages of pictures and stuff on how I recorded these tracks for those of you who care:

www.mikekuehn.ca/recording.htm

I have 3 pages, for 3 different tracks. There are direct links to download the original and re-recorded tracks for comparison. Since my work has stopped scheduling me, I have a lot of time on my hands. :)

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Re: So much new gear! Two new tracks, my best yet.

Post by punkrockdude » Tue Dec 28, 2004 8:26 am

I really liked your songs. And you should be glad about that becuase I normally do not listen to this type of music. By the way, which genre is this? I want more of this kind of music. The feeling and sound of the soft song reminded me of soft Foo Fighters' songs.

Good job!

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Re: So much new gear! Two new tracks, my best yet.

Post by waitingroom » Tue Dec 28, 2004 9:29 am

I listened to the original not blinking the other day, so I had to download this mix to compare. The vocals and guitars sound a lot better in my opinion, but i kinda like the drums on the old one better.

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Re: So much new gear! Two new tracks, my best yet.

Post by Everybody's X » Wed Dec 29, 2004 5:46 pm

Damn Mike, go get a record deal already! Nice nice work yet again. Send me a CD damnit, my burners dead.

Not sure I dig the shaker on candy apple
everything else sounds really nice.

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Re: So much new gear! Two new tracks, my best yet.

Post by VI66 » Wed Dec 29, 2004 7:44 pm

Candy Apple is very nice and my favorite out of the two you have posted here. Note that the style is not normally my cup of tea, but I still like it.

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Re: Edit: New recordings with picture story and stuff!

Post by TimorousMe » Mon Feb 07, 2005 11:46 am

Tres Bien and kudos. I play all the parts on my songs too. Overall it was a superb mix. My one qualm is with the snare roll at the beginning, It sounds to me like its out of place (and a bit rough). But that?s the only criticism I have. GOOD JOB!!!
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Re: Edit: New recordings with picture story and stuff!

Post by Rigsby » Tue Feb 08, 2005 9:06 am

TimorousMe wrote:Tres Bien and kudos. I play all the parts on my songs too. Overall it was a superb mix. My one qualm is with the snare roll at the beginning, It sounds to me like its out of place (and a bit rough). But that?s the only criticism I have. GOOD JOB!!!
That snare threw me out a little at first but actually it's pretty damn close to the click. You get a good sound mike, pretty natural, organic sounding, all over good sounding recordings.
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