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Testing Nebula with and without

Postby scottkane » Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:44 am

Hey i dont know what genre is this song
i also dont know how to judge perfectly a sound (analog vs digital, harsh vs warm)

So here are 2 tracks one without nebula and 1 with nebula
I would like you to tell me how it is, diferences, bads - goods... etc!!!

Maybe my bass is loud, cause i dont have a subwoofer when i did it! :D but comment on anything alse..



with
http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/11/5/2174860//nDNB%20with.wav

without
http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/11/5/2174860//nDNB%20without.wav

i ve used console programs distortions eqs and tapes

here are their waveforms
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:?: do u hear any goodness?

any tips for my mixes?
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Re: Testing Nebula with and without

Postby Mimi » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:39 am

Hello Skott, this sound is interesting, has a tone of pop,with a good voice may be something in the line of Adam Lambert...
And the difference the sounds, is 1.5 khz up to 8 kHz, and depth is greater, and there is a feeling of breath.
The File no Nebula, has serious of kicks and no depth.
Although the sound not very characteristic of the nebula,Finally what did you use library?
It seems a mixture of saturator with Equalization smooth, although there is a good depth...
Seems a pre that I had, "Vt4000", a pre made in Brazil... What is this library? :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Testing Nebula with and without

Postby scottkane » Thu Oct 14, 2010 2:02 pm

Hey i apreciate your post,

I do also hear some goodness with nebula but since i m not an expert, i dont exactly know what is doing ... anyway

i used in master first a FREE console from Alex, a tape from retro analog studio suite from CDSound Master, i forgot to use my liquidMix S*L compressor (it was off) and a oxford limiter

In the other channels, (snares,melody,basses, kick) i used
again concoles free form alexB, tapes, Mamoth EQ!!! (smoothness), VCult distortion, and some compressors again...

but anyway, i still fight to make good mixes

thanks again :P
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Re: Testing Nebula with and without

Postby Mimi » Thu Oct 14, 2010 7:41 pm

I heard some work on your Profile,I really enjoyed...
It has personality, "new order", very good.
And his mix seemed ripe,very good...Well done and characteristics of album is organic and futuristic.
Congratulations for your work, because I know that was made with much effort.
I need a lyricist for a song in English or Spanish, I have the arrangement, and do not have lyricist.
A big hug my friend. :P
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Re: Testing Nebula with and without

Postby scottkane » Fri Oct 15, 2010 3:16 am

hehe :D

i thought this would be itneresting but once i put my headphones i feel no big diferences...

WITH
http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/11/5/2174860//orchester%20with.wav
WITHOUT
http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/11/5/2174860//orchester%20without.wav

I used mamoth eqs in the WITH file, programs, also new german console eq from alex, and also VCult

only on master channel!

how it sounds? :d
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Re: Testing Nebula with and without

Postby mogema » Fri Nov 12, 2010 8:32 pm

Well, I don't know what you've done and I'm not an expert at all, but the processed file sounds way much better to me. There is (apparently) more bottom end, more overall body and these rhythmic strings cut stronger through the pads/choir without being aggressive. The whole mix feels more compact and glued.
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