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Orchestral version of Caribbean blue - regular stereo - heaven forbid everyone thinks all my songs will be binaural.
Oh who am I kidding, they probably will be :P
*EDIT* converted to 432 hz for truer sound :)
Enya, one of my favourite artists, although Caribbean Blue is the only one of her songs I've covered myself. I read that you had trouble connecting the loop, although I'm sure it's obvious to say that fading the pad out would make a more cohesive loop.
I'd also have spread the pads etc. out more in the stereo field to really get that earthly 'Enya' atmosphere and perhaps put a little more reverb on the instruments, but that's just me! ^ ^
I did in the holophonic loop :)
also it was an issue of the program cutting off the end of it prematurely, thus I didn't worry about it hehe..
thanks for the review!
Thissss is awesome! : )
Although the loop could be made better, of course.
the program botched the loop unfortunately - I could not fix it without clicking noises.. I tried..
I tend to like this mix better, because the tromping orchestral melody is at a volume more equal to the plucked instrument. It is a unique experience to hear a familiar tune like this played differently, I enjoyed the listen! Good job on this man.
thanks man - different strokes for different folks as they say.. my fave is the holophonic loop but I'm a big headphones guy :)
thanks for the review old friend!
Well, while this song is pretty much the same as the last loop I heard, it still holds on to the same negatives. The end is really harsh for a cutoff, and the high-pitched screeching instrument is still an ear-sore. I'm not even sure if it's the instrument or just one of the notes that it hits a lot though. Anyways, bad things aside, I must say that I really enjoy the opening in this one, even compared to the other one. The purity of the sound is nice and relaxing. I almost would say that the rest of the song could be softened or something to match the initial feel of the piece and maintain a constant personality.
All in all, it's well done. Cheers!
I fixed it.. the ear screeching noise is no longer there thank god hahaha
and yes I am not quite sure why it terminates so abruptly.. I had issues with the program cutting off parts of the end when I bounced the waveform in.. never had that problem before.. as you can hear the 8-bit version does not do that.. I ma not quite sure what happened but it's the program that did it unfortunately. :/
Beautiful, but I feel something is off in the mixing and makes my ears ring most of the way, but the beginning is really beautiful to start and so are the strings but they feel off in the mixing. I feel it could have more added on but overall nice to start with.
it's cuz it's regular stereo and for some reason that damn ringing sound came out of nowhere and pissed me off.. it's an actual sound thus there is no issue with the mastering.. some sorta bell melody I wasn't aware existed.. it took forever to render so I wasn't gonna go back and re-render it just to find it.. and yeah it still pisses me off so eventually I might and just replace it haha..
so I buried most of the song into the holophonic version hahaha..
also all I have are monitors to mix on atm.. never mix on monitors.. what sounds great on them will probably sound shitty on average headphones hehe..
(edit) god awful ringing noise removed :)
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