posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 11:12 AM
He posted what he uses on the previous page
OP, interesting stuff.. just listening now ~ I like the more ambient textural bits in general, the rest is not really to my taste, but its always
interesting listening to other musician's ideas.
Good work on getting it done though.. I've been tinkering and jamming for years but am no closer to actually completing anything - not that I've
been wanting to, I'm quite happy just fooling around, but still it takes alot of dedication to finish something, and then actually release it to the
world and say 'this is it'. So good on ya
Unlike you I much prefer to work on physical equipment.. it can be somewhat limiting, but I find the limitation actually forces me to think outside
the box (excuse the pun..) about how I will do something, rather than testing a trillion plugins until I find the 'right' one, which I have a
tendancy to do when options are put in front of me.
Now for a constructive comment - This would depend alot on the style that you are going for of course, but I can totally imagine this music with a bit
more real reverb, maybe some lofi processing to give it a bit of air and dirt by passing some parts into actual audio then re-recording with different
equipment, or changing formats like going to tape, then back etc.. Often things made entirely within the box can lack this kind of 'breathing space'
I guess.. It's difficult to describe. Anyway it depends what you're going for of course, just a thought that comes to me.