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Everything posted by steve@baselines.com

  1. Hey thanks Freddy - vocals aren't my strong suit, but every once in a while if it's in my limited range!
  2. Yeah Jim - I had read that they spent hours getting the mono track correct as well. I think I saw it in Geoff Emerick's great book.
  3. That is a lot of work. If you are going to invest that much time in it. Personally, I will drag a track up to the top bar (which changes color) and then go directly to the tempo map. Looking at the track, I will edit the tempo map so that the beats fall where I want them to. It is still some work to do, but you end up getting an exact tempo map without having to deal with the terrible audiosnap interface.
  4. Yes! I loved that line as well - so memorable. And yes some of those beatles stereo mixes were really weird...they were experimenting. It was fun for anyone who was into audio at the time. Turning down one side to hear what was going on. I did Martha My Dear a little while back, and one side had pretty much only vocals and bass. The beginning piano was all to one side as well.
  5. Thanks a lot Mark. That sounds like it must have been a lot of fun. I always enjoyed playing out. But I am sure I am whitewashing some of the bad parts of it these days!
  6. Ha!!! I'm right there with you buddy!
  7. Hi Jim - thanks for leaving your feedback. You are right. I am trying to be more disciplined with the image widener, but haven't made it all the way back yet 🙂 - A while back I downloaded Sultans of Swing from Spotify to check the settings in Insight2 - I put a post of the results here - https://baselines.com/?p=5510 - the image was much more narrow then I anticipated compared to what I have been doing. I guess I need to check things on the speakers more often, as I mostly use headphones.
  8. Me too! I was kinda scared there at the beginning, but the transition to bandlab has been great - good work fellas!
  9. Thanks to @kiwichrys and @cocobark who added their great vocals to this classic tune written by Graham Nash when he was living with Joni Mitchell.
  10. Thanks Nigel - hope things are moving along nicely for you. Steve
  11. Thanks Barry - Maybe I split the image too much on it. I'll have to go back and check. I appreciate the feedback. Steve
  12. Hey thanks Harry - I appreciate the feedback. The band members are all remote (I guess that is par for the course these days) - England, Florida, Mass, Georgia.
  13. A poignant song about life at the (now defunct) Red Road hi-rise flats in Glasgow. https://baselines.com/?p=5626
  14. This was like a truly magical time in my young life - discovering what great songs the AM radio was playing...rebelling against old folks, which I guess I am now 🙂 - still rebelling though, I just don't know against what anymore LOLOL.
  15. Love that guitar. And the vocal harmonies are really interesting. Great song.
  16. This song released in 1965 - here's my cover version. @kiwichrys from Bandlab on the high harmony. https://baselines.com/?p=5621
  17. Thanks a lot Freddy - appreciate the feedback. Steve
  18. Hey thanks Jim - appreciate the feedback. Steve
  19. I recently was turned on to the Analogues because of their White Album video on You Tube. Stellar, top notch.
  20. Great job. Good rhythm, tight. Love the song. Melodyne 5 is worth the upgrade.
  21. Thanks a bunch Jim! That is strange. It's the first time I linked through Drooble - they must do some sort of conversion. I uploaded a WAV. I usually link to my website, but I guess this link was in my cache at the time. Here is the link to the website version. https://baselines.com/?p=5613
  22. Thanks Mark for taking the time to listen and comment.
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