What in the shit?
I was sure I had reviewed this one, listened to it when it first came out. Loved it. Keep up
yo man this is sick
just wanted to say that this is dope as fuck man...i must say that i didnt really know who you were until i slipped past nimbus's page and heard 2g's..omg then i was like yo this dude is ill...but i wanted to like get to know you no homo cuz bill and wyze etc. say they talk to you but i aint get to yet...plus your probably the only one that can accurately give me pointers on what to get for production....but i dig this shit man and mos def i downloaded it lol....
loved it man!
one the beat was dope as fuck!
the spit was smooth dude! reminds me how much you really bring it!
nice singing dude, and i got to say productiong work is mind blowing
haha give me some EQ tips bro i need some. I DLed this, tracks sick
If the instrument is meant to be at the high end, cut the low and vice versa, that's really all it's about. Then don't forget when you're doing final mix and pre-master/Master work, hit the channels with tailored 6-10 band EQ with mostly notch cuts or very small notch boosts to bring out a certain key freq for an instrument. Like vocals, cut alot of the boomy lows out of the average voice (doesn't work with lower toned vocals like Mr. What It Do's) and give a boost to the presence end, ie. 2.5-4.5kHz and above. Every instrument needs to sit at a certain spot by EQ, as well as a certain spot in the panning of the mix.
That's the biggest change I've made over the years is not being afraid to pan support instruments out to 45-75% left or right and keep the most important instruments from 25% right to 25% left, making sure the vocals, drums and bass sit close to center and are fairly unobstructed by other instruments. Also, to make certain vocal layers pop (in this track, the mains), I double record them and pan 100% right and 100% left, while the adlibs sit at the center at a lowered volume. It's all about panning and notching.
Nice singing brother
Good quality production too. You don't only emulate the original piece but you provide alot of your own emotion into the production. Very professional. 10 out of 10
Thanks, appreciate that. Since I've been doing alot more R'n'B work lately, I've been coaching some of the acts on holding their notes longer and I was challenged to show them up on a track, so here was my answer to the challenge. No auto-tune/Melodyne on this one at all either, we only use Melodyne in the studio for the shakier solo acts if at all possible, so I refuse to tune myself if I can help it.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.