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New mix/song, now in right section S2.0/podxt

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by The Creator, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. The Creator

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    http://www.mediafire.com/?ydymz2mkqmo
    Recorded most of this last night and finished it today.
    I wrote this song different then I usually do- it's based of the guitar lead which I was messing around with and then came up with the rhythm parts and such.
    I tried to make the drums a little more interesting then I usually do as well- more fills and such,
    I mastered this track pretty quiet compared to modern releases so if it's too quiet turn it up :p
     
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    www.getdropbox.com

    www.soundclick.com


    i've noticed that people on this site don't like downloading songs to listening to them(as easy as it is). You'd probably get more replies if you used one of those sites.

    Drop box is the most versatile since you can send songs and other files to bands through it.
     
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    I refuse to use soundclick since the stream quality is horrible(bitrate wise and also they seem to further squash the dynamics) and pretty much invalidates any comments mixes as long as the mix is some what decent. Btw there are browser plugins that allow you to simply stream mp3s, quicktime is one of them, I use quicktime alternative.
    If there is a free site that streams at 192K (or uses a better codec like AAC) then I would gladly use it.
     

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