[Doggiebox] Another song, this time with the Ludwig II kit
mcarlyle at charter.net
Mon Apr 11 18:56:28 EDT 2005
No time shifting. This is pretty much your kit as posted. Other than
playing with colored icons, I didn't do much to it other than make some
volume adjustments inside of Doggiebox.
As for hearing the kick in isolation... that would have been a great
idea. The thing is, the post processing I applied was to the exported
song, not to the individual sounds. I applied some eq that reduced the
boominess of the kick in the exported song file. I also applied some
limiting to that same file to "maximize" the file before building on
If I treat individual sounds (a great idea, just not one I've had time
for yet) I'll be sure to share.
On Apr 11, 2005, at 12:10 PM, David Holloway wrote:
> hey mike, nice work! i have a question... the snare hits seem to
> have that "behind the beat" feel. did you shift the snare time-wise
> at all? interesting effect.
> also, if you could post you kick sound variant somewhere i'd love to
> hear it in isolation.
> On Apr 10, 2005, at 9:28 AM, Mike Carlyle wrote:
>> I find that, when I'm going for a simple, straight ahead, live sound,
>> David Holloway's kit fits the bill perfectly.
>> It took me a while to figure out how to work with the boomy kick
>> sound. I found that I need to follow a routine:
>> Export the audio, open in Peak for pre-processing, apply a little eq
>> and limiting to maximize the volume without peaking out, then save.
>> That saved file is what I import into Cubase and build upon.
>> This is my second attempt at vocals. I was pushed into singing by
>> some positive influences by my friends at the Fender Discussion Page.
>> I'm still not entirely comfortable with my voice, but I guess it's
>> better than waiting for my unreliable singer friend to show up.
>> Mike Carlyle
>> Wilbraham, MA
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