The Thoughts (within you) Psychedelic

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The Thoughts - Mix F - with re-recorded bass and rhythm guitars Uploaded 22 days ago by Redfish



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Redfish   commented 16 days ago


I'm not totally happy with the bass - so will re-record ... but the general idea is there

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Mapleman   commented 16 days ago


love all the different variations...mixing heaven....

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Redfish   commented 16 days ago


Thanks dude - pretty much finished - maybe Luc might want to have a go at engineering when I upload the final parts

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Elle66   commented 16 days ago


He's been bugging me. Please fill the bagpipes!!! :-)

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Redfish   commented 16 days ago


lol - will do that :) - sorry Luc .... its just taken a while to getting round to put the bass on (actually I've almost been afraid to add anything else in case it ruins it)

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GoYeah   commented 16 days ago


Red, How can I not want to produce and mix/master this one !!!!! Yet some things are, well, making me afraid of it. My mind is awash with Pink Floyd with this song. I couldn't do it any other way. I feel like Alan Parson, with this song. What's making me afraid is if everyone (you first!) wish this echo all over. (Do you mind honesty?) It's sounds like a 3 inch cake with 6 inches of icing... I would do it and David Gilmour would probably say " We could put this in Dark Side Of The Moon 2 !" So, I remain at your disposal if you wish this axis. If this much echo is what everyone wants, I wouldn't be able to do it. As a mix engineer, I've learned to mix and produce for the song. This song begs for it, in my mind and in my ears. Regards, Luc

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Redfish   commented 15 days ago


sure thing Luc - I think we worked really well together last time we did a mix together - so I dont see any problem bouncing ideas back and forth ... I just want to record one more thing today (slightly different bass) - then I will post seps to the Bagpipe section - thanks for being patient. Just one thing - I prefer the mix to be a one-1-one communication - rather than everyone at the same time - with of course the exception of those stages where we need everyones input - is that OK?

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GoYeah   commented 15 days ago


I wouldn't have it any other way !

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Graiouf   commented 15 days ago


Perhaps you can cut certains parts from my solo for give somes empty space for the saxo? Somes France vocals parts can be put on the first part too perhaps? Just some ideas, but the actual mix is already wonderful, i love this project! François

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Redfish   commented 15 days ago


yes Francois ... I like your ideas - it can certainly be improved - I will now let Luc have a go at a mix idea where I think he will play around with exactly those things you suggest (and others) - then we'll see where that takes us. Glad you like the project. It amazes me that the piece is nearly 12 mins long and most people dont get bored of listening to it .... maybe its the meditation qualities that seems to cast a spell on the listener.

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Graiouf   commented 15 days ago


Yep, this sound invite to be quiet :) Personnaly, i love the long instrumental songs, i love Pink Floyd, Mike Oldfield, Alan Parson etc etc :) Again a small idea, a little drums fill just before the starting lead part :)

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Redfish   commented 15 days ago


ahhh Ok I see what you mean ... yes ..... that would work

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Graiouf   commented 15 days ago


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GoYeah   commented 15 days ago


Kind like a waterfall drum fill. Yes.

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GoYeah   commented 15 days ago


Yes, there are some producing/arrangement ideas aplenty, but one must dose those to keep the integrity of the song. But, yes again, I follow the lines of François.