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  1. Skyline_UK

    New song: "Broken Man"

    Technical notes and lyrics here: Here.
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    Cleaning VST's

    It seems to be on this list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eiVH_I1clbbRtWFh4-3Mo7HANjCxR8SwqHJtYXy19gw/pub
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    Nice article on Cakewalk and BandLab

    I used to keep altering a misleading Wiki page which left out a very key event in a certain Victorian's life, and someone kept altering it back to suppress the facts. We played ping pong for a while then I gave up. I'm sure the other party was a descendant of the Victorian person in the entry who wished to whitewash their legacy. An example of how and why Wiki can be abused and be unreliable.
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    Vocal Take (What Am I Doing Wrong)

    Lou Reed. Marianne Faithfull. I can name many others who can't sing for toffees, some who virtually 'talk' instead. What they all have in common though is that they understood that, but still wanted to express themselves musically. So they worked on sculpting what noises they could make into being 'quirky' and making songs and music that suited that matched their limited warbling abilities. I played in bands for years and always got shirty with individuals I felt could sing, say, backing vocals, but claimed "I can't sing." This was almost always code for "I don't want to embarrass myself" and "I can't be bothered to try". I would then go on to give them a few tips and force them to darn well contribute, like others in the band. Capitalise on what you can do, and do it with verve and commitment. That will come through in the delivery and be picked up by the listener, who isn't expecting Pararotti - it's pop/rock and almost anything goes. If, however, you sing reticently, that will also be picked up by the listener and they'll be distracted from the lyrics and won't want to stay with it.
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    Vocal Take (What Am I Doing Wrong)

    I can't hear anything 'dirty' or 'gritty' in this snippet. 🀫 As for EQ, how I would adjust it would depend entirely on the context of the vocal.
  6. Skyline_UK

    "What Days We Had" - new song

    Thanks Joad. Yes, a Hammond B3, but courtesy of SampleTank3! Cheers Steve, much appreciated!
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    Nice article on Cakewalk and BandLab

    Good article. I just added my 2p's worth in the discussion.
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    New Forum Monkey's song - All the way to everything

    Nice work guys! I love this. Yes, a bit of Beatles, Badfinger and I was also reminded of The Idle Race. (Or as they say in Brum where they hail from, 'The Oidle Royce'). Superbly arranged, produced and engineered. Well, darn top drawer all round really. 😎
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    Mona Lisa Cover (featuring Bacco on vocals)

    Wow, what a great version. Love the vocals, what a timbre and vibrato!! Love the guitar sounds. Superbly engineered and produced. πŸ†
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    "What Days We Had" - new song

    Many, many thanks guys for the kind comments. It makes all the effort worthwhile! 😊 John
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    CbB 2019.05 and Melodyne 4.2.1.003 BUG

    Why doesn't Celemony post a change/fixes log with their updates? If they do, I can never find one. And I never get emails notifying me they have published an update.
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    Presonus Announcement on May 21st

    CW beat S1 to ARA2!
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    "What Days We Had" - new song

    Thanks guys, much appreciated.
  14. Skyline_UK

    "What Days We Had" - new song

    YouTube video (How do I embed here?) Lyrics and technical data Cheers John
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    2019.05 CbB Release highlights

    Many thanks Noel and to the team, all your work is much appreciated. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘β˜ΊοΈ
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