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YukiRaven

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  1. I've been working at improving my recording skills lately in terms of quality of sound. Recently I figured out that when I record stuff in a multi-track method, then EQ and work with each track seperately, it seems to sound better overall regardless of which speaker system I use at my house.

    I'd like to get feedback as to how good it sounds in terms of audio quality. I think I've got it at a point where it sounds good, but I'm not totally sure.

    So, here's my new song (not newest, but close. Like 2nd newest):

    http://www.du.edu/~ahunt/annies_song_final_mix.mp3

    If you're wondering what all was used, here's a list:

    -Roland JV-1010 Synth Module with custom instrument patches
    -Boss DR-202 Dr. Rhythm drum machine using a TR-909 kit for kick drum
    -Behringer Eurorack MX 802A mixer
    -CakeWalk Pro Audio 9
    -GoldWave 5
    -Acid 4.0
    -Sound Blaster Audigy

    So, no soft-synths. Just hardware synths.

    1. Darkstalker

      Darkstalker

      It's cool, a bit repetitive but makes me think of the songs in Doom IMO.

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