Reviews for "Motherless Child a cappella"
permalink Mon, Jun 13, 2005 @ 11:56 AM
well, it sounds good, just missing some upper mids and hights, but this might be caused by the conversion …… since it is only a 128 kpbs mp3……it also sounds like you´ve been quiet close to the mic…?..
Quote: well, it sounds good, just missing some upper mids and hights, but this might be caused by the conversion …… since it is only a 128 kpbs mp3……it also sounds like you´ve been quiet close to the mic…?..
Thanks for responding. I was close to the mic, probably too close, because I chose to lower the mic pre level a little and sing up close to reduce the risk of environment (basement freezer, computer fan, etc.) noise. Guess I traded that for "mouth" noise :). Closeness to the mic might have some something to do with the bass and lower mid frequencies seeming a little heavy too. I think I recall reading about a proximity effect like that when eating the mic. Oh well, still learning…..
|Pat Chilla The Beat Gorilla||
permalink Thu, Jul 7, 2005 @ 11:29 AM
On a technical note, remeber to record in mono unless you purposely wanted a stereo track with the vocal hard panned to the right. Its an unecessary use of disk space, too. Sounds pretty decent, though.
permalink Wed, Jul 20, 2005 @ 7:43 AM
personally, i think these vocals are great.
i’ve used them. i’ll post the tune later - i would have posted t tonight, but my sequencer just crashed on me and i’ve lost about three hours’ work. not happy.
permalink Wed, Jul 20, 2005 @ 7:53 AM
Quote: since it is only a 128 kpbs mp3.
"only"? er, imho 128 should be just fine for an a cappella if the recording is clean, or, let’s put this way: I’m sure I couldn’t tell the difference a/b swtiching between a 128 and 196 encoding lol
permalink Sat, May 10, 2008 @ 12:25 PM
this is a great pell, my man. You did a fine job of conveying a languid sadness. The quality is top-notch in my little book. I’m diggin’ yer voice, esp when you go loooow.