tom.adam at thebigear.be
Sat Dec 14 16:13:48 CET 2019
Hi Romain, Thanks for listening.
Time: I think 4 to 6hr to create the sounds and the basic drums and
synth sequences after that 2hr to record the vocals, 1hr to write the
lyric. Another 2hr to get the first part done. I spend a lot of time on
the modular sound starting at 3:40. It's a basic sound going into a
analog delay (blacet) and a very hard to temper analog reverb (neural
agonizer from tellun). I spend at least 3hr on only recoding this part,
I can't remember how long it took me to create the patch. I've been
working on this track for 4 weeks, so that's about 3hr of music time a
week for me apparently ;-)
Going to look into these tips of yours. Thanks!
On 14/12/2019 10:37, Romain Xavier wrote:
> Hi !
> Very well done ! I personally love it :)
> Listening now for the third time in a row :P
> Overall it sounds very good to me (Skinny puppy + Big Black),I can see that you are developing your own style :)
> As Joost said some sidechain on some tracks would maybe help.
> For the the delay on the bass sound (or is it on the kick) I would try it in mono ...
> For the reverb on the voice you may add an eq with a High Pass and a Low Pass …
> Sometime I would send the guitar signal into a ping pong delay for a second or two to get this dub guitar sound going / echoing to space and fading away...
> For the distorted high synth which kicks in around 3:42 I would add a phaser to add more Panning movement (it s what you did for the guitar), then I would maybe add a filter on it .. (however your Saturation + Tape delay are very nice tho ) .
> Just curious how long it took you to make this track from beginning till now ?
> Thank you for sharing ! !
>> On 9 Dec 2019, at 15:44, Joost Schuttelaar <joost at joostschuttelaar.nl> wrote:
>>> On 23 Nov 2019, at 13:18, tom adam <tom.adam at thebigear.be> wrote:
>> Nice track :) two things, I’d drop the delay on the bass sound (or is it on the kick)? It takes up a lot of headroom in the right channel. Also on the vocals, the distorted reverb has an extremely bright/long tail. I’d shorten this. Perhaps add some sidechain on the synths from the drums for additional oomph :)
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