There are a lot of tracks I like. I can`t post them here because they are too many :DDD
Laptop 15.4 inch Led (1920×1080). It does the job
Great stuff! Thank you for sharing
Good Job I can`t wait for that to happen to me too
Motivation is what keeps us all going :)) ! Great job;)
Yey I did mine and I got a reply back. It is going to be posted on Dec the 20th.
haha funny pics , I read this too late… to enter the competition
hi guys/girls fellow authors
I was just curious about how people master their tracks/songs, as in describe your mastering chain? what equipment you use and in which order etc…
would be nice to know how the many different authors do their mastering, like a general idea.
and any tips? feel free to share.thanks alot
Good question. Imagine a box. Everything must be arranged properly, from the bottom to top, front and back so you fill up the whole box nicely.
In music it`s the same. Every instrument “takes a space” in that box. In order to fill it you need different types of instruments/vsts etc. ; each one has it`s own frequency. Also simulating reverb (adds more depth, but it can also ruin the whole song if you over use it). Reverb effect is as important as keeping everything “dry”.
So, panning left/right , adding a little reverb (panned left/right, gives you more depth , it can bring the sound closer or make it sound farther away). Also, recording twice the same instrument and panning left/right the same sound can give you amazing stereo/depth sound. Mono sounds are as important as stereo sounds. It`s all about having a balance of everything (not too much bass, treble etc).
Oh , the most important thing I omitted : YOU NEED A GOOD PAIR OF SPEAKERS and most likely professional headphones . If the song sound good on them, it will sound good on any speaker.
After all the song is in the artist’s head. It`s all about how you reveal it to the audience. Just my humble two cents (and don`t forget to test your song on different set of speakers ex : car, TV, laptop etc)