richie43 wrote:Let me know how this stacks up against your other one. I didn't spend too much time on it, but it is denser, a little more weighty. I didn't squash it as much as the current trend, so you may have the perception of it "not being loud enough". Lol, I say. Use the volume knob/fader/button. I compared it to the original, and I like the thickness.
It sounds tight to me, but of course the reality of your spoken words, (you did not squash it). Squash is the trend today, or slam on the ceiling, but I'll let the artist hear both and see what and see what he thinks. Listening to the internet version, I think neb. won, the net guys sounded like they just over used the "oxford inflater. so what is your mastering chain?
Honestly lipa, I can't for the life of me find that tune. It wasn't my song, and I merely did a quick "instant master" to show how easy it is (with some experience and ears) to use Neb for some amazing quality, even in the mastering department. I'd be willing to send you something else, if you want. Maybe you can tell me what style you are most interested in, and maybe I can then either upload something that will perk up your ears or point you in the direction of another Neb mixer.
sure.. i'll be happy to but maybe we could pm ourselves..with links and all.. i'm classically taught but i'm playing keys in lots of projects (commercial, jazz/funk, pop-rock, hiphop) and record/mix them, but also done lots of electronic stuff.. so You can upload anything you like
I will PM you some links in a bit. It is almost 2am here, and while that is normal musicians hours, I have been pushing pretty hard lately and need to go collapse now. I have pretty eclectic tastes and will need to figure out what you may like. Music of my own or music I have mixed for others? You should check out David Meshow, another Neb guy. He has some things on the Songs/Tracks threads on this forum. Here is a simple Reggae/ska remake of "Amazing Grace" I did a few months ago. I used tons of Nebula all over this mix. http://db.tt/Xvsptg6B