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andrewwilliams1967 / Andrew Williams 2mo+24dy ago
Looking for a more professional mix, mastering, production for this track I've written. I use Reaper DAW and this is the best I can do so far. Thanks


     

5 people like this: timelesspassion, Pailwood, ecino, JB2012, yannkifer

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stoman   commented 2mo+24dy ago


If you still need someone to mix your song by the weekend, knock on my door, and I'll give it a shot. Lossless seps (i.e. no MP3 files) would be required though.

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ecino   commented 2mo+22dy ago


I would also like to give it a try if you indeed can provide with WAV files.

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andrewwilliams1967   commented 2mo+18dy ago


Ive uploaded all files as as dry centralised wav files

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Pailwood   commented 2mo+22dy ago


If i can help. Let me know. Need wav seps/files tho as mentioned before. Great song youve made. Not that bad at all 😉 If you want to try other daw studio one prime is free. And good results. Lots of tutorials out there

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jazzygirl   commented 2mo+19dy ago


I'd be happy to do a mix and master.

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Sabueso   commented 2mo+19dy ago


Just my 2 cents. It's a pretty good mix. I think the crunchy Rhythm guitar just might be a tad too loud at different parts of the song. Even though this might be desired to provide some "Rock" in the song. But backing off just a little will provide space for the Organ, Piano and Vocals. Good song. Reminds me a little bit of Peter Frampton.

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andrewwilliams1967   commented 2mo+18dy ago


Ive uploaded all files as as dry centralised wav files

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andrewwilliams1967   commented 2mo+18dy ago


I'm going to upload all the individual seps as wav files today for you goes to have a go at a getting a good pro mix, master asap. Have fun in a few hours. The wav files were taking an age to upload but I have a faster Internet connection now. Hence why they are good high quality Mp3 files. Personally and can't tell that much difference in quality myself

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andrewwilliams1967   commented 2mo+18dy ago


i've upoaded all files as dry centralised wav files

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andrewwilliams1967   commented 2mo+18dy ago


feel free to have a go at mixing and mastering now.They are all centralised dry,wav files

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stoman   commented 2mo+18dy ago


Thanks, Andrew, I downloaded the tracks. Can't start mixing before Thursday though (bank holiday here in Germany), or this weekend.

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stoman   commented 2mo+18dy ago


MP3 files do affect the sound quality when processed with effects and compression, but what's more serious is that they cause timing issues.

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stoman   commented 2mo+18dy ago


BTW, to save both you and the engineer some time in the future: You need not export mono audio material (like bass, vocal seps, kick, snare, etc.) to stereo files. That only doubles the size without adding any information. The engineer will have to convert them back to mono, which takes time, and you need more time to upload due to the bigger file size. Also, I strongly recommend exporting the files as FLAC instead of WAV. FLAC is a lossless format, but the files are considerably smaller than the corresponding WAV files. Almost all DAWs have support for FLAC files directly built in (the only exceptions I know are Pro Tools, Logic and Garage Band), but there are OpenSource tools freely available for all operating systems to convert them from/to WAV files, so that's no real issue for anybody. I personally work with FLAC files exclusively (when uploading), because my Internet speed isn't great.