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  1. Belthus

    FAR FROM HOME

    Firstly, many thanks to everyone who has helped me on the original SONAR forums over the years and more recently on these forums, where I finally installed Cakewalk by Bandlab in addition to SPLAT. After 3 years of getting to grips with the software, soft synths and plugins I have finally broke free from the 8 bar “brick wall” and managed to put down a full track using Rapture, Iris 2, Native Instruments Suite (with Maschine), Massive, z3ta+ 2, Hybrid 5, Union and Serum. Tried my best at Gain Staging during the process mindful that I needed the headroom and finally Mastered with Ozone 7. I have a severe hearing deficiency to high frequency which adds to the frustration while making any music as well as mixing down (I really can’t hear Hi Hats etc without headphones – and then it’s not ideal), so everything always sounds muffled to me……. So over to you guys. I know there are issues with the song and mix, but there becomes a time where you just have to draw a line under it after so much tweaking, so I will leave it here and move on to the next track knowing that I have learnt a huge amount during this process. PS, really wish I had a proper electric guitar for the lead instead of the Rapture patch and Guitar Rig 5. Plus, would really love to know how you would describe the music so I can better inform listeners.
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