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Lynn Wilson

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  1. John, I just started getting this problem, too.  I can't save a project file as a bundle file until I open up every track to check for empty take lanes and delete them.  This never seemed to happen until recently.  I, too, over wright and have CW set up to use only one lane.


  2. On 7/10/2022 at 8:35 PM, Tiffany Passarella said:

    I am new to using this product but im doing a podcast. Whenever i record any audio in cakewalk it adds its own reverb on it. No matter what i do theres no way i can change it. Does anyone have any advice to make it reverb free? Im recording directly into cakewalk. So i dont know what the problem is.

    It sounds like your echo input button is on.  Turn it off before recording.


  3. 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.


  4. 6 hours ago, msmcleod said:

    CbB 2022.02 automatically adds the new location ( %localappdata%\programs\common\vst3) into your scan paths.  A re-scan should pick up the new location of MCP automatically.
     

    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!


  5. 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:

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    I hope this might help anyone with the same problem.  


  6. On 2/11/2022 at 5:21 AM, thegaltieribrothers said:

    Hi Lynn,

    Great track, love the organ sound which provides a real bluesy feel to this along with the excellent guitar riffing.

    Full of energy and great lyrics.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Good Job!

    best wishes

    paul

    Thanks a million, Paul!  Best wishes to you, as well.


  7. On 2/5/2022 at 9:52 PM, bjornpdx said:

    Gonna put this one on my top 5  Lynn's songs. Wasn't sure how curare would work in a song but you made it happen.
    Great orchestration - really like how the guitar and organ play off each other.
    -Bjorn

    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~~~


  8. 3 hours ago, DeeringAmps said:

    I'm a little late to the party, so I'll just add my big 👍's up!
    That intro is so very, very good; love that bass (bassline and tone) and percussion.

    t

    one guitarist to another, and very cognizant of the fact that one's tone is so very personal; back off the effects just a bit.
    (I am a LP, coil cord, straight into a four input Marshall stack (I didn't jump the channels in those days) kind of guy...)

    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 ;)

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  9. Cats are the best, and this song is very feline!  This is a shining example of where unpredictability can take you.  Much admiration


  10. 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!


  11. 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!


  12. On 1/31/2022 at 9:04 PM, Hidden Symmetry said:

    Another great track Lynn, I enjoyed it!

    Thank you for your encouraging words!  It means a lot.

     

    On 2/1/2022 at 9:04 AM, freddy j said:

    Welcome back!  I was wondering what happened to you and you have returned with one hot number that defines cool (am I mixing metaphors?)!  This is one of your best pal!  The idea of matching the toxin from a South American vine to a romantic breakup is definitely on the creative side!!  Your performance is excellent.  That is some doggone nice guitar work as are your vocals.  To these old ears the mix sounded great and I enjoyed the panning.

    Listening to this was a real treat!!

    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!

     

    22 hours ago, Tim Smith said:

    Good to hear another one from you Lynn. 

    I enjoyed the music and mix mastery. Wonderful work on both.

    Did you need to make deep EQ cuts to get this kind of space? The L/R mixing on this is phenomenal.

    Glad to hear you're back in action with a new computer. Look forward to your future projects.

     

    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.

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  13. 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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