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Lynn Wilson

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  1. Or, hit the letter H and open up the track manager to see hidden and displayed tracks.
  2. It looks like your input echo should be activated on track 3 rather than track 2.
  3. David, this is pleasantly subversive I only say that because I used to live in Portland, too.
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    Fred, this is so timely, regardless of what era you're in, and fun to listen to, in spite of its dire message. I've been kicking around some kind of "anthem" for Ukraine, but haven't been able to nail it. You hit the nail on the head! Thank you for the valuable PSA! Talk to you later.
  5. I'm sure this has been suggested before, but I may have missed it. Why not put a solo button on ProChannel modules, especially the QuadCurve flyout? A third party CW user once did this (Panup), and it was incredibly useful.
  6. Your music is always challenging in a very good way. This is what I call 21st century music. Keep up the good work!
  7. Nice one, John! Sounds very good on my KRK's.
  8. Try sending your vocal to two different busses; one with the vocorder and one without. Blend the two together, adding just enough vocorder to get the effect, but not so much as to muddy the sound to achieve clarity.
  9. I have the latest version (2022.02), but it didn't pick up MCP until I deleted entries of it in the registry first, per the instructions sent by Vladimir. I never thought to try a re-scan. Good to know!
  10. I'm sharing this with the CW community, as I recently had a problem with an update for MCP. An update notice came up while inserting MCP into my master buss. I followed the link and updated MCP to the latest version 1.2.0. I installed in the recommended locations, and when finished, I inserted it into CW. Unfortunately, I got a message that it failed to load, so I redownloaded and reinstalled, and still the same problem. I then filed a ticket with Audified, and got this response the next day, which solved the problem. Here is their reply: I hope this might help anyone with the same problem.
  11. Thanks a million, Paul! Best wishes to you, as well.
  12. Thank you, Bjorn! I had to work fast, as the curare does, too! I had over 40 years to make the guitar and organ play well together~~~
  13. Hi, Tom, thanks for your time and feedback! I thought about leaving f/x off the guitar, but in the long run, it was like having vanilla ice cream with or without chocolate. I used a Melda Phaser for a wah-wah like effect, and borrowing a Jeff Beck technique, just raised it a bit on selected measures for accent. It could have gone either way, but I do like chocolate
  14. Terrific song, Steve! I never know what I'll hear from you, and that's an art!
  15. Cats are the best, and this song is very feline! This is a shining example of where unpredictability can take you. Much admiration
  16. Jack, you truly are a gifted songwriter! Your words are provocative and deserve to be heard a bit more clearly, which could simply be just turning them up a db or two. Otherwise, I like everything else, though, the song screams out for a solo instrument in places. Just a thought. All in all, a winner!
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    This is timeless and transcendental music! What's not to like?
  18. Fred, first, this is an awesome song! Second, the detail in the mix is terrific, and the separation of all elements is very good. I wouldn't mind hearing a little more bass and drums, but just a db or two, and that might superglue this mix into something spectacular. Right now, this is ready for a radio as is. Super Duper!
  19. Thank you for your encouraging words! It means a lot. Wow! It's good to be back. Your comments are very welcome. Your caught my drift exactly. I look forward to hearing your new songs! Tim, thanks for your time and kind words! You are very perceptive; I did use LP EQ on the master to cut about 3db@250hz. Plus, I did some of that on individual track, too, to keep the mud as low as possible. I also use Izotope Imager on the master to subtly widen the mix as needed. I've always liked a wide, stereo signal.
  20. An exquisite song! It made me very happy and in a better mood. What more can I say? Oh yeah, nice photography!
  21. Tim, this is a gem! I imagine that it is a fun song to mix, having so much on your palette. I like the way you used Addictive Drums on this to give the song that deep undercurrent that is so cool. Your creativity is off the charts!
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    I'm a little late to this party, but boy, that was fun! It shows your depth in songwriting and growth in production. It reminded me of a Pink Floyd concert that I went to many moons ago. Congrats on this one, Jack!
  23. I listened to this song several times, and I heard something new each time! It has a great hook, and your vocals are so good for this style! This is the kind of song that I love to mix over and over, just to enjoy it and hear it from different angles. I missed the first mix, so I don't know where you started from, but I can see where this is going. The only thing that I noticed was that the bass sometimes seemed like it was in a different space than the rest of the instruments. IOW, I felt it lacking a bit of "glue". That is a thought that may not have any weight because when I listen tomorrow, it may sound completely different to my ears. Anyway, I love the song with your voice and passion very much!
  24. Stellar music and a stunning video! Your take on the video is right on! Once upon a time, I used to be in a horn band, so the volume of the horns were about right for me. Do you mind if I borrow this song as a template for mixing? When I hear how pristine your mixes are, I start to understand what you are telling me about mine. Please, Phobra, keep writing masterpieces like this.
  25. Well done, gentlemen! Your writing and production keeps getting better, and I always look forward to hearing your songs. If anything, I think the vocals could be a tad tighter in pitch, but not time. Otherwise, this is a gem and a fun listen!
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