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Kaustub M. Joshi

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  1. Thank you for listening, Joad! 😁
  2. Thank you for the kind words, John!
  3. Thanks for listening! 😃
  4. Thank you, Bob! I'm glad you like it. 😄
  5. Thank you very much! I'm glad you like it.
  6. Thank you for listening and for the tip! I'll see about the drums next time. 😃 Cheers!
  7. Thank you for listening, Grem, and for the follow! You're too kind.
  8. Kaustub M. Joshi

    Celestia

    This is a rock-ish orchestral piece. It was produced fully in Cakewalk by BandLab. Hope you like it! http://soundcloud.com/kmjoshi/celestia
  9. With grey as it's base color and peaceful aqua as the accents, the Artist theme tries to create a cool yet professional-looking interface while keeping eye-strain at bay. - I haven't had a chance to fully test this theme, so let me know if you get any problems or have any suggestions! Hope you like it! Artist Theme.zip
  10. Hi, yeah, I suppose it would make the vocals bigger. 😃 I'll surely think about it!
  11. Thanks, Tom! I'll check out B-Tribe when I get the chance. Cheers!
  12. Hi, I used a free sf2 called Irina with Sforzando as the engine. Then a ton of multi-band compression until it was smooth. Haha. And thank you very much!
  13. Made completely in CbB. 😀 It's a soft, electronic song about a man who is far away from home. He hears distant voices calling him back home, and he follows it — hope you like it! SoundCloud Link
  14. Umm, no? It's fine when selecting the Wheel controller.
  15. Well... dBTP for mastering songs and checking peak. LUFS/LKFS for checking dialogue levels against foleys and music. Also for setting the loudness as per the standard of whichever continent's project I'm missing.
  16. At present, the meters in the mixing console can be set to display Peak, RMS or both. I think, along with them, we need LUFS/LKFS and True Peak as well. That would really help us mix projects according to standards like EBU R128 or ATSC.
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