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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by tedm, Oct 22, 2005.
well, I might have "baroque" it, but you gotta admit I ended on the right note, I'm pretty sure...
Ted, I deleted my mean spirited comment.
love that stuff..now wheres the chants at...???
here's a piece with the guitar mixed back and compressed a tad:
it with a slght verb...you may need to and some low mids to the backing track...try that..
I'm mixed in here so low, it might be hard to hear the guitar:
a little harmony to sweeten it up as well.
You certainly march to the beat of a different conductor.
What happened to the TedM clip ban?
have you tried doing a wet-dry clip of that? maybe with some reverb or something, would make it much more spacious and ambient; might help with the inherant dissonance between a classical track and distorted guitar. maybe some phaser?
Not a classical music fan?? It's not that hard, I'm finding it's mostly major scales. You could probably wail over these backing tracks.
More like "not a TedM fan"...as for anything not being hard, the results speak for itself. Hell, I can't even play this out of tune on a fretless..
i would LOVE to hear ed do some backing tracks for the tedm classical work. get that fretless out and let's hear some wail!
pan delay...without harmony..now theres too much goin on in there..let the music breathe ted..
I did take the phasor out on that harmony take, but the dissonance wasn't intended, it was just a result. I'm trying to lower the fuzz guitar in the mix, but still keep it a classical music piece, something you'd hear on the classical radio station and not think twice about it.
Wow, that puccini stuff sounds weird, try some bach or vivaldi, it's pretty straight fast scales, very little note bending or vibrato, just fast scales.