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by Ryszard Zrybnicki (rysiek)
Size: 38 KB
License: Creative Commons (by)
LMMS Version: 1.1.3
Submitted: 2017-03-05 09:03:00
Updated: 2017-03-05 09:03:00
Popularity:  125   5
Rating:    3
Name: PolishTraditionalDance-Oberek.mmpz Download
Description:

It is the 4rd and my last project from series "Polish traditional dances".
Oberek is rather fast 3/4 dance. Fall in a trance.



For interested here some original oberek as play list
https://soundcloud.com/ryszard-zrybnicki/sets/oberek

Comments:
Finally I found out the miracles of lmms share rating system.
just saw the php code on
https://github.com/LMMS/lmms.io/blob/master/public/lsp/dbo.php

I was wondering why the rating is changing although the rating count is constant.
So yesterday it was 3 stars (3 ratings) now 1 star (3 ratings)
Now I know that the user may update own rating (he/she changed the mind).
I may be reasonable but somehow confusing and good tool for "jokes".
Somehow strange that 3 persons changed his mind in one day.
Posted by: rysiek on 2017-03-17 03:35:41
This is good.. (Now I heard it carefully).
Good detail effects well-spaced, Left / Right and other interesting things hold the attention of the listener.
As a disadvantage have strained room effect with pronounced resonance / bulge in the medium frequencies.
and unpleasant booming bass resonance + lack of lowest frequencies -> they are suppressed / blurry by strong ~80Hz resonance / bulge ... ugly kick!
Posted by: gdd71 on 2017-04-12 05:16:04
To have no doubts as important to you question: :)
https://ibb.co/c5o3d5Posted by: gdd71 on 2017-04-12 05:25:53
Thanks for feedback. You are right something is not good at low frequencies. I wanted to have sound similar to some folklore group but also techno/electronic influences. Currently I am watching plenty of mixing tutorials on youtube (beat school). Perhaps I try to remix and adjust it again. My most problem is to get it right on many devices (different head phones, small and big boxes)Posted by: rysiek on 2017-04-12 23:37:21
To be universal, amplitude frequency response must be standard (as possible).. no separate standards for different devices.
otherwise will be chaos :)Posted by: gdd71 on 2017-04-13 11:25:49