Lovely piece! Judging from one of the last few reviews and the authors comments you don't need me to tell you about the dryness of the recording. Oh well. We've all had pieces with issues we were still incredibly proud of. I over look bigger issues in my own work all the damn time so I'd be a hypocrite to hold anbything against you. The track is still really well done, well written and well sung. Good job Trois!!
Thank you. <3 While this is a cover, it's one of those pieces I hold to heart: when I first heard it, it was as if light rushed through my veins. Considering this is the Pentecost Sequence... justice or no justice done, I'm just glad and grateful to have sung it.
Very Very GOOD =D
Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! : )
The voices still sound weird, I'd like to take a look at it if you let me. There's something bugging me in there, it's like if you just put a high-pass filter in there, it feels a little bit wrong.
As always, brilliant.
And NG didn't even tell me there was an audio review! D:
I think you're quite right to point that out -- Step himself, when judging my NGAPTAC submission, noted that he has the *exact same mic* as I do, and to bring out the vocal presence, it almost always sounds like a high-pass filter has been put through that thing. What I do know is this: on Audacity, I tried to avert the problem by boosting the bass frequencies on all voice tracks, and then bouncing the tracks on FL and EQing them accordingly.
If you'd like the FLP with the sounds in them, I'll be glad to pass them to you -- please, please do take a look. Thanks for listening! x
Very nice, if a little rough. But, like you, the day of Pentecost holds a very special place for me, as well.
I really enjoyed listening to this. Very nice work.
Thank you! ^_^
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.