Congratulations on the feature!
Congratulations! Best wishes for your continued success!
Had a music pack approved three hours after uploading yesterday. Amazing!
From my experience, the following helps when I record harmonics:
1. Electric is easier to get sounding good as opposed to acoustic.
2. Solid body is easier to get to sound good than semi or hollow.
3. High pass filtering is essential, and the more you raise the frequency, the brighter the sound.
4. Use compression liberally. The more level the amplitude the better. If you can record the harmonics at a consistent volume, super. I can’t so compression is my friend.
5. I usually comp my takes so I can use the best sounding notes from each of the takes.
6. A high frequency exciter is your friend.
All this being said, I usually resort to the Wavesfactory Kontakt library just because it is much quicker to get a good sound.
Hope this helps! Michael
Fantastic achievement, Brandon!
No stereo image. Piano is monotonous. Drums have no diverse too. Little reverb.
This. With the piano and drums having no discernible variety in velocity or volume throughout, the rest of the good stuff gets lost. Listen to the top sellers to discover the production quality needed to be competitive here. It will take some time, but, if you are willing to persevere, it is worth it.