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Old 25-08-2005, 12:30 PM
JonnyMac JonnyMac is offline
 
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Another new track from La Belle Alliance.

Please take a listen, this one is a bit different.
It's called "I Woke Up To Find"

http://homepage.eircom.net/~LaBelleA.../LBA-songs.htm

All comments welcome.

Jonathan.
http://www.labellealliance.com
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Old 26-08-2005, 10:32 AM
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*bump*ing in the vain hope of some feedback.

Jonathan.
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Old 26-08-2005, 10:51 AM
Níall (Neil) Níall (Neil) is offline
 
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serious talent there guys, keep it up. nice track, wouldent really be what ide always listen to but its nice, good work
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Old 26-08-2005, 10:59 AM
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Fuckin hell....thats actually very good. I wish it was night and i was stoned ,...but its still excellent.
Nice and chilled.

Very original.
I like the noise that comes into the track halfway through.
I like it all.
My kind of music.
Sounds like you are onto a winner there JonnyMac.

D'ye do gigs??

I will listen to more of the tunes later...peace
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Old 26-08-2005, 11:05 AM
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i really liked your last one and im the same about this. its very very well produced. Nice feel of the ttrack. verrry simple but it works. its got that thing about it that keeps you interested.
Yup, at 2.14 now. thats what i call music man. serious potential here.

Just a quick Q about it, production wise. do you know the way all the sounds are really easy going on the ears, yet really present ya? is this to do with final compression or reverb or what? Help on this would be appreciated coz its been boggling my mind for a while now about producion in general. If you dont get what im asking pm me and ill try n explain my question more.

thanks man,
Brian
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Old 26-08-2005, 02:37 PM
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Thanks for the feedback everyone.

We are not gigging yet - haven't figured out the live setup yet - it's difficult to know what's acceptable onstage for largely computer/synth based music.

Now I'm no expert on production - there are professionals visiting this board I believe, but here goes:

I find the panning of each track helps the clarity enormously. I tend to pan the bass sounds in the middle with the higher ranges such as guitars/vocals/synths panned left or right.

As far as effects goes, I generally compress vocals and bass ranges and add reverb to snares/vocals/synths/pianos etc. but not too much.

Also, make sure you dont have all your tracks at a high volume because you lose control over the mix.

I picked up most of these tips from Computer Music Magazine and by browsing websites. Also, if you keep doing it long enough you will gradually get an ear for whats right.

Trust your own ears is the best policy.

There are probably loads of other small tips that others could contribute (invitation).

Thanks again.

Jonathan.
http://www.labellealliance.com
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Old 26-08-2005, 08:35 PM
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Default Excellent Stuff!!!

really excellent stuff there man.
if you want to listen to something similar to your own try these links:

DoubleDragon.mid
Shinobi.mid or this too,
GoldenAxe.mid
really good stuff, sounds just like them songs of yours.
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Old 26-08-2005, 10:28 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JonnyMac
There are probably loads of other small tips that others could contribute (invitation).
thanks for the invitation.

heres my tip :

want to know "La Belle Alliance`s" secret formula?!?
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Old 27-08-2005, 11:00 AM
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Is this pseudonominous attempting to be funny and sarcastic n shit???
Go back to Compton/Carrigaline in yer plastic boy racer mobile.......and listen to some Fifty Cent eh??


This is good music man.....its digital yea.............and excellent.
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Old 27-08-2005, 01:24 PM
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Pseudonominous,

In the words of John Spillane: "Johnny don't go to Carrigaline".

Well it indicates you listened anyway so thanks for the interest.

Maybe I'll mix in the Pacman jingle into the next track just for you.

Jonathan.
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