Reviews for "Rescue Me"
permalink Sun, Feb 8, 2009 @ 11:53 AM
I like your sound, very clean and big. One suggestion that may have made all gel a bit better would have been to shift into a major key during the chorus. But you know,it’s a small thing and the whole thing is going on the DL for my vacuuming playlist (it’s a really good playlist)
permalink Mon, Feb 9, 2009 @ 8:00 AM
Ahh yes. Kick ass version.
As KT said - really nice a clean sound throughout. I love the drive and the buildup in this - really tight production.
My only nag is that on my B&O earplugs the high frequencies are pretty sharp/loud, and sometimes drown out the vocals.
Minor nag though - this is an excellent track.
permalink Mon, Feb 9, 2009 @ 8:16 AM
I like this danceable version of KT’s pella… Love the danceable swing of this mix.. very well done!
permalink Mon, Feb 9, 2009 @ 5:18 PM
Hey this is great!! Almost club ready; it just needs 2 o 3 minutes more, longer intro/outro.
Good work :)
permalink Tue, Feb 10, 2009 @ 1:42 PM
Very clean production. Sounds very punchy and has a major groove factor.
I agree with one of the comments about the chords against the vocal in some parts, doesn’t meet quite right.
The fact is though, this sounds really pro and could be dropped in any club around the world in an instant.
A bit more on the lower frequency bass would give it slightly more drive (got a 10 band EQ plugin?).
Nice job though man. Sounds lush in my Sennheisers.
Thanks for all comments, especially about quality of sound because actually I am trying to improve my mastering skills and sometimes I am even not sure whether I hear precisely. I have a 10 band EQ plugin and some more but as I wrote mastering is killing my older feeling for sound, and I am almost sure it will be only better ;)
permalink Mon, Feb 16, 2009 @ 4:13 PM
Besides of some little issues, this is a convincing mix and a superb arrangment.
Like this a lot!
(Heard over Sony MDR CD 770 head phones)
permalink Fri, Aug 19, 2011 @ 9:32 PM
I noticed :D It was different from what I remember. I’m surprised at myself that I didn’t comment before, but this is one of my favourite CCM Classics :D