shadowfax wrote:sounded good on my monitor system!! bass nice and smooth...are the choirs east west? thought it got a little clogged up in the middle but that might be SC ruining the quality..all in all just great work...Kevin
ThePresent wrote:The build up with the choir and piano is beautiful, very emotional piece.
At 1.45 I can hear what I call a " Jonathan melody" , fits nice in the busy part of this composition.
The gradual cooling down with the percussion and choir sounds surprising, I like this kind of endings.
firestamper wrote:i isolated the loud section and measured the RMS and it was -5db .the whole track measured -9db RMS . some people recommend round about -12 db RMS for an whole track .i would try for the louder sections alone to have them around the -10 to -12 db RMS level ,then you can still maybe get a sense of the depth of the music, a 3D scape .sorry to babble on jonathan but i think your music is excellent , but would be served better if it wasn`t so squashed.
ethansight wrote:Woah man - you can't go hating on earphones if they are cheap!!!
Well I downloaded the mp3 and it sounds much nicer than SC I must say. I loved how the choir and strings + piano worked so well together, and randomly enough those harder panned - this is totally what I heard - strummed white noise hi-hats on both sides of the stereo. whatever they were, it really added a sense of urgency and speed to the piece. I think one of your samples sounds a bit... crackly? I can't place what it is but it seems to be coming from the bottom left side. Also, from what my limited knowledge my ears have collected, it seems that there is a bit too much middle-bass in the mix. No idea what the professional term is, but it is the series of sounds that on an EQ fall in between the middlemost frequencies and the lowest.
kzarider wrote:Great work, the composition moves through all moods very well. The Choir kills!
I also hear distortion in track especially where it gets loud and I really believe you have overused either compression/maximizer/limiter. I wouldn't under estimate your listener's ability to stay focused on softer more delicate sections, try to remaster/remix using less compression/limiter etc and see what it sounds like maybe?
Early21 wrote:Nice work as usual, Jonathan. I think the others have a point about the squashing through the climax.
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