Maybe (you don't know the way down)

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Maybe (you don't know the way down)

Post by Dobboy » Sun May 06, 2018 11:05 pm

I recorded this years ago in the spare room.

C5, EZDrummer1, and two UAD-1's

C5 was my first venture since a Tascam 4-track..... and i eventually learned a lot. Still struggle with EQ and separation though. But i like this mix, except my vocal, it's too tame and I can do better.

All played/programmed by me.

I welcome any pointers from the pro's.

Here's another I done more recently from an old session

again where am I going right/wrong?

One of my songs I really rate... (about Iraq war), when I started using VSTi's......

Dear Son.

Thanks for listening, if you made it past Track 1! 8)

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Re: Maybe (you don't know the way down)

Post by Early21 » Tue May 22, 2018 12:30 am

Hi, listened to the first one. Sounds pretty good to me. The drums are very convincing, nice job.
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Re: Maybe (you don't know the way down)

Post by CUBASE6_USER » Tue May 22, 2018 4:23 pm

sounds fine to me....
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