DJStarbreaker wrote:
Tue Jul 25, 2017 11:57 pm
... I have experimented with reverb and blend and it really helps with making your instruments stand out...
Thanks for this :D
I'm looking forward to trying this :o
D.Ipsum wrote:
Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:33 pm
Basically, it's like parallel compression (a lot of info on the net), except that you can use other effects than the compressor.
Thanks D.Ipsum - I'll be checking this out 8-)
D.Ipsum wrote:
Sat Jun 17, 2017 5:27 pm can also use parallel processing......I will see what I can put on the LSP.
I'll try what you said anyway 8-)
Nice fun sounding tune. :) And the vid is interesting too. I like the part, with the near transparent glassy orb, on the sunset beach. 8-) @brandystarbrite thanks for listening/watching. It's great having access to creative commons/public domain vids...the bit you mentioned (at 2:33) was originally...
D.Ipsum wrote:
Sat Jun 17, 2017 5:27 pm can also use parallel processing...
Thanks for this; if you are aware of any video tutorials, that would be great too. Cheers :D
Nesdood007 wrote:
Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:02 am
I am writing a new short piece
Melodic, nice :)
After posting in a LMMS topic here : I tried to use some of the feedback about getting a 'bigger sound' in my next track which, though not the original genre I was asking about; still helped beef it up a bit - so thanks for the helpful words. This exp...
I made a tutorial on that Yes, thanks for that musikbear - i watched your video and tried it out and it worked well. I'm still getting used to the FX list, so that having the EQ pointed out and demonstrated was helpful and obviously makes the sound bigger...
I doubt any producer starts a project with the aim to get a really thin weak sound. Thanks musikbear -that is probably the essence of what I'm asking. How to get away from a 'a really thin weak sound'. I've often concentrated on composition at the expense of production, so I'm interested if anyone ...