There are three other videos but the band didn't want me to upload the others last year... if you send them a message they might let me put them up
PS... check out my video of the marmozets which I recorded, they are awesome and going places soon
@blah14ify @blah14ify The line is "with a drawing compass on the back seat"
Don't know if you call them compasses in america but they're that thing you use to draw circles, with a pencil on one side and a sharp point on the other... kids tend to use the sharp end for engraving graffiti on school desks and chairs
Not really - Cubase looks pretty nice these days, Ableton looks REALLY nice, and probably 50% of Reason's appeal is the visuals. I do agree that FL is no better or worse than any other DAW though, it's 100% what you're comfortable with
This makes no sense whatsoever. First, domestic dogs didn't get here by natural selection, they were bred by humans for various uses. Second, assuming they HAD got here by natural selection, then how would that mean NS had favoured humans? Both species would have survived, so how is that humans being favoured?
Really really good guitar playing - your vocals are on key but I think they would sound much better if you took them up an octave. If that turns out too high maybe use a capo and play in a different key, but I think you need to raise the vocal quite a bit and it'll sound perfect
Radiation by The Epoxies
They never became play-doh, they've not changed because of a "big record company from los angeles" - they're still on Domino, which is an indie. They've changed because they're special - they're brave enough to evolve, rather than churn out the same album 4 times
Right click on the pitch wheel and click edit automation, then draw a slope downwards and the pitch will slide down :)
Actually on the 1176, having the attack and release over to the left equates to the slowest time - fast times are achieved when the knob is all the way to the right, so having it on the left would do the opposite of killing the transients
Yeah EQ works but another thing that works wonders is compression, because it gives things their own space by reducing the space that they take up, also reverb works to push the vocal back a bit, and if you send all instruments to the same reverb it can give the impression of them occupying the same space. Delay can also work to blend the vocal if it is not too long and not the return is not too prominant
You could try a de-esser, which is basically a frequency-selective compresser. Your problem sounds will probably be found within a small range of frequencies, so you just need to locate the problem area and set the de-esser to turn down this range. Compression on the whole track might actually make your pops worse
Mad skills, yeah - but who cares? An amazing bricklayer isn't any use to anybody if he just goes round building walls by themselves; he should be building houses - play a fucking song!!
How amazing is this version of Lucky???