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Larry T.

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  1. Killer hook jack. imho needs a bit more work to take it to the next level, keep 'em coming jack.
  2. Well done Peter. Interesting variations of the original.
  3. Extremely well constructed and realized song Steve.
  4. Yes, the Floyd influence is easy to hear. Good job on this one.
  5. Nice intro. The Gull is moving through life without a problem. Tempo increases to a fast stop, sounds like the gull has encountered difficulty but gets past it and continues. Then a bigger difficulty occurs. Hope the Gull succeeds. Interesting use of tempo and effects throughout the piece to create calm and tension.
  6. Thanks Bjorn. I trained my listening to hear as a mixing engineer instead of a musician. I realized that I knew all the notes in the song but that all the notes weren't clearly presented for a listener to easily hear them. Thanks Nigel. Thanks Wookiee. Thanks John. If anyone doubts the importance of a good mix this comparison shows how much improvement can be done. Thanks Lynn.
  7. Great work. Nice, steady groove. Great vox. Nice melodic flourishes throughout.
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    Euphrates

    Sounds great. The opening is wide and really pulls the listener in. Nice gradual entrance of the flute and then percussion. I love Middle Eastern scales. They remind me of the deserts there, huge and mysterious yet sparse and clear.
  9. Thanks jack. Cheers🎶🎶🎶🎶
  10. Thanks Kevin. Yes, step by step is 100% the only way to do a decent mix. There are no shortcuts. I can say that two years ago I didn't have the ability to hear music as a mixing engineer does. Then, it was all emotion based as most musicians approach music in that way. To mix a song requires experience and discipline, so, I've got only two years of that but looking forward to developing further. Thanks again for listening and the kind words🎶🎶🎶🎶
  11. Hi All. Here's a comparison showing the difference two years can make (or maybe not lol). The first song is a remix called a' Reggae Music. The second is the original mix I did a little over two years ago. All done in CbB. Looking back at the way I did things two yeas ago is a real eye opener. The old mix has no buses. A bit of saturation on all the lead guitar parts. And the list goes on. Any comments or questions welcomed. 2024 remix: https://larryterrano.bandcamp.com/track/a-reggae-music 2022 original mix: https://larryterrano.bandcamp.com/track/a-reggae-music-ambient-reggae-music DAW: Cakewalk by Bandlab pc: windows 10, i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40 GHz, 8GB ram, electric and acoustic guitars, DI bass, arturia minilab mkII, arturia analog lab 5 lite, SI Drums by CbB effects reference speakers: M-Audio BX3
  12. Thanks Nigel. The delay effects have really gotten my interest piqued. They really expand the possibilities of percussion as well🎶🎶🎶🎶
  13. Thanks so much. This one did lend itself to some interesting turns and surprises that keep it moving and, hopefully, interesting and enjoyable🎶🎶🎶🎶
  14. Hi All. Hope you are all well. This is Sapphire (alternative instrumental). All observations welcomed. Cheers!!🎶🎶🎶🎶 link: https://larryterrano.bandcamp.com/track/sapphire DAW: Cakewalk by Bandlab pc: windows 10, i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40 GHz, 8GB ram, electric and acoustic guitars, DI bass, arturia minilab mkII, arturia analog lab 5 lite, SI Drums by CbB effects reference speakers: M-Audio BX3
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