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2 min 15 sec
4.26 / 5.00

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This is one of the tracks to be featured in Project Chaplaincy. Hear this and you know that tension is already brewing.

Project Chaplaincy is a collaborative work between Mark Tanner (Mark212), Christo Tracey (Merlyne) and Annette 'Troisnyx' Singh (TroisNyxEtienne).
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EDIT 4.6.12: New and improved version, properly mixed and mastered. The guitar has been changed too.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great music but as usual I complain about mixing :))

I would have less thickness on the synth, with some ping-pong delay to enlarge the stereo field. Guitar sounds a little fake and thin. I would make it HUGE by tracking it twice and pan it extremely left and right with different amp/cabinet and eq.
To glue up the whole mix I would put a reverb on send, something medium-small, like a room or "club" and send a little of guitar, synth and even some of the percussion.
The percussion would sound epic if you would use a big reverb (concert hall, arena, stadium sort of type). Same would go great on the piano sound.

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Troisnyx responds:

Noted. Thanks a lot for the input! I've got the EQ on, so I can reboot this file and tweak with the mixer.

As for putting the reverb, I'll need to PM you about that -- I'm not sure where that goes, TBH! ^^;