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  1. I thought I'd share - perhaps it is something you already do, but in case it's a new idea to you, it may be helpful. Up until recently, I would get the mix sounding balanced in Cakewalk and use iZotope Ozone, Tonal Balance 2 and Insight 2 on the master track to help me. I'd use the mastering assistant and then export without dither at 24bits to a wav file. Then I would load up the same plugins outside of cakewalk to master the track. The mastering assistant within iZotope will set the maximizer based on a small segment of the song. They say to take the loudest part and use that while the mastering assistant does its work. Recently, I tried to use the W feature in Cakewalk to allow me to change EQ and Maximizer level, but of course my machine is not quite powerful enough to do that. So now, I will get the Cakewalk track close using my old method stated above and export the wav file. Then I will start up a new Cakewalk file and load in the wav track only. I put the iZotope Ozone, Tonal Balance and Insight onto the master track and use the Cakewalk W to record actions related to the Ozone equalizer and Maximizer. I may have to do this on more than one pass if it gets complicated...each time saving off a wav and loading it into Cakewalk for more processing. When I get to a good point, I output the final wav file and then do a pass through Ozone standalone with Tonal Balance and Insight plugins. This allows me to get the proper volume levels throughout the song and adjust any frequency ranges that need it at individual parts of the song. You may have simpler methods, but this one seems to work really well for me. At the end of the last iZotope process, I have a master that I generally like.
  2. steve@baselines.com

    Use Me

    This was a really fun project - I did the instruments and Darren Garrett did the vocal. I lined it up to this live performance by Bill Withers.
  3. Here is a video for a song of mine called Good Night, Chet. It's a quick trip through the last century, some defining moments from the 30s to the 80s. https://baselines.com/?p=5867
  4. Here's a cover of Tina's song 'What's Love Got To Do With It' - Sung my @therealmadamez and guitars by @turbomaus on Bandlab. I play the other instruments and produced. https://baselines.com/?p=5822
  5. I just finished a book about Warren Zevon. What a tortured soul. I love this song and related to him on a number of points. This is from the Excitable Boy album which I wore out on my turntable back in the 70s. https://baselines.com/?p=5816 Hope everyone is having a great Christmas or holiday season wherever you are. Keep the faith. Steve
  6. Here's another song from the Private Lightning album. I play bass on this. http://baselines.com/?p=5797
  7. Here is another song from the Private Lightning band. I play bass on this one. https://baselines.com/?p=5791
  8. The picture here is the studio where this song was recorded, with the drum setup. This was AIR studio in Montserrat before it got destroyed by a hurricane. I played Bass Guitar on this one. https://baselines.com/?p=5800
  9. This is a cover of a Harrison song from 1987. @mojoespage from Bandlab did most of it. I added piano and he asked me to sing, believe it or not. https://baselines.com/?p=5785
  10. Here's a new release, an instrumental. You can read more about it at the link provided. https://baselines.com/?p=5730
  11. https://baselines.com/?p=5550 New Bandlab collaboration @kiwichrys on vox, @michelefortunato on the bones, @rabbitwithmachinegun on Flutes. I do the rest. Inspired by a recording engineer who flew to Haiti to obtain a quickie divorce. Dean Parks played the riff that Becker altered with a talk box. 1976 Royal Scam.
  12. One of the most human country voices is no longer with us. Of course, there was the First Edition as well. This song was always one of my favorites. Doug Cross (@thelonewulfproject on Bandlab) does the vocal. https://baselines.com/?p=5480
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