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Aug 29, 2016 | 3:11 PM EDT
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5.6 MB
2 min 26 sec
4.21 / 5.00

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Rated 4.21 / 5 stars
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Sorry to those who follow the work, haven't been on' that much, trying to get some job via upwork n shit

Either way, again i'll post from time to time, just don't feeling the wibe for making stuff that much.

It's been done literally in one take, just for the sake of putting something out.

But yeh, i'll pop stuff from time to time.

If you're interested in more of my work

If you want to colab on a project, or just simply want to drop in 'n say hi

Enjoy bros.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

i like it
sound good
maybe when i make random 4
i ll use this

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Sillytune responds:

Feel free to use whatever you want mate!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The sped up voice singing has a cool feel to it, how you mixed it. But the guitar is very plainly recorded, add some reverb to it, mix it in so it blends with the vocals better.

I like the experimental atmosphere, especially the vibe the vocals give to it.

Maybe mix up having the vocals being out of harmony with having them sometimes be in harmony and a legit melody, that's just a thought though.

I love the concept for this song, like, the two instrument thing, and the mood, a lot. I'm taking off a star and a half for basically the mixing of the guitar, and a tiny fraction of that is because I'd like to hear maybe a tinnny bit more of the vocal harmonizing from time to time, but honestly, that last critique is just personal opinion and you could probably leave it the way it is.

I normally don't take off so much for the mixing of just a single instrument but since you have only two instruments throughout this entire track its pretty important.

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Sillytune responds:

Hey dude, thanks for the input man.

So basically the whole process was this:
1 Guitar // Doubled track, created fake stereo, by panning both left & right, which's basically still kinda "mono-ish" since there were no double takes, but hey
EQ/Compression done on both tracks
Fabfilter Q2 & MJUC
Then i've sent them to the Acoustic Aux-Buss
Same process thing, EQ & Compression
Then i've routed it to the FX track for Reverb, i've used Valhalla there, and i've lowered the volume of that track by 30-35%

As for the voice

2 Tracks // 2 Different vocals

Same process like for acoustic guitar, except that there's no panning here.

VSTI Used: Kontakt 5 // Vocalise from Heavyocity

Voices're done in A Minor, 'n they 're written by me playing them on a shitty PC Keyboard

Thus there really can't be that much of "playability", it's off, and they're really not that much synced together, all of that'll be way much better when i actually get an MIDI Controller.

It's done without a mastering to the whole track, usually i'd hit up ozone and play with stuff there
or i'd chain EQ/Compression/Color EQ, Tape // Stereo Imager // Limiter

However right now it just wasn't the case.

The room in which i'm recording is a huge problem, there's no way to make an sound-room out of it, so every time i record acoustic guitar, or vocals, i have to play around with RX5

But if you have any tips regarding mixing/mastering acoustic guitars, i'd be more than happy to hear 'n learn from ya

Either way, again thanks for the input!