[Doggiebox] Yet another nskit song
mcarlyle at charter.net
Sun Apr 3 17:27:16 EDT 2005
Like I've said before... not noticing the drum tracks is the best
As for the vocals, I'm very torn. Most people have been giving me
similar feedback. I posted a link to the songs on the Fender Discussion
Page and, if I had to guage the results, they'd be overwhelmingly in
favor of Kevin NOT singing anymore.
He's a failry good lyricist. I don't know if I am. I'd feel a little
funny singing words that I wrote.
On Apr 3, 2005, at 9:55 AM, Charlie wrote:
> I think the practice with Mixing/ Mastering is certainly paying
> dividends - the guitars mesh perfectly.
> All I can say about the drums is that I didn''t notice them. I
> started off listening to them to see if I could pick the DB influence,
> but had to regularly drag myself back into concentrating on them. The
> were just part of the song and seemed very natural.
> Excellent results.
> (and FWIW, I prefer your vocals on Come Alive to the vocal on this -
> Other peoples MMV)
> On 27/03/2005, at 12:31 AM, Mike Carlyle wrote:
>> This one approaches sonic satisfaction for me. I've been working hard
>> to understand the subtleties of mixing and mastering. It ain't easy.
>> This song uses the same nskit version 7 that "come alive" used. That
>> first song, "come alive", is soon to be remixed and mastered with
>> Kevin's vocals in place, replacing my own.
>> On the song called "Tillatoba", I sang the backup harmonies. It's OK,
>> I guess. I worked hard to make sure that all the guitarparts meshed
>> together without cancelling each other out or stepping on one
>> another. There's seven of them. My God!
>> I can't describe the feeling of hearing drum tracks that convince
>> even me that there's really a drummer playing. The tempo push is in
>> play on this one too, but it's a much slower tempo.
>> Mike Carlyle
>> Wilbraham, MA
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