Its all in the Stereo (MK Orchestral Flip)

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May 6, 2017 | 7:39 PM EDT
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6.1 MB
2 min 40 sec
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5.00 / 5.00

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This is a mix of some orchestral work from the 1950's, very cinematic like, which was the vibe I was trying to get. I've purchased the string samples from a defunct indie record company, which recorded it.This song encompasses a couple of different songs glued together, I made extra piano sections which I rerecorded on my Rhode's EP, It also includes some trombone work by me, everything was recorded and arranged in Protools and Cubase 5.

It is made up of about 85% of my recordings, the strings were sampled, as well as some of the brass works.

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maxxpumpmaxxpump

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I knew you were working on something, but this is amazing! I think I need to brush up on my production skills. Can you send me a image for my Akai sampler? the strings are banging! how long did it take you? which trombone did you use, muted, mute mic, over heads, direct recording...how the hell did you get a signal that clean! Anyway still awaiting you new mix for power of love, and maybe get around to releasing that other song you showed me last week...


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fireball01e responds:

There's nothing really wrong with your production skills, but polishing them up never hurts. I still would advise you to do more recording with your Tascam digital recorder, and you may end up with cleaner mixes, unfortunately your skill of sequencing and playing everything into Cubase makes your mixes sound muddy, and thats a known problem with Cubase,, hence I migrated to Pro tools a long time ago as I couldn't stand the audio quality that Cubase output. I would give you the samples but they are currently mapped across five units and I know you have a S5 and a S6K, but thats not going to do you much good. I used the Yamaha Trombone and I used the Mute pickup (silent playing system by Yamaha). I'll post up the power of love in due time and the song I showed you ain't finished yet as it needs quite a bit of mixing. Length of time it took me was about two days, but I took me about a week to get the samples working correctly.