Description : (Updated track 4/12) When responding to a track comment I decided to check this artist out tonight and instantly was inspired to collaborate. Thanks for lending your talent here on Looperman Jenna!

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  1. MPOProduction
    MPOProduction on Sun 14th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    cool ...

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Thank you :D

  2. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Sun 14th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    Oooooooh yeaaaaaaaaah! THAT'S IT!!!!

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Spiced it up a little :D

  3. Alien
    Alien on Sat 13th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    SOunds much better!!

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Sweet! Thanks!

  4. Emolyte
    Emolyte on Fri 12th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    even with all the production notes others have given, it still sounds pretty good and is very catchy!

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Thank you so much!

  5. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Fri 12th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    Sure, better than 1st version, but there are still some stuff to work on.

    Vocals: as Alien rightly told, add a de-esser. Then apply a 4:1 compression (to make the waveform uniform, in this way it avoids that the lower parts are not intelligible and that the higher ones are too strong). Last but not least, add an eq and soften the low-mid frequencies of the voice tone, otherwise, as it is, it still buries parts of the instrumental. After doing all this, you can adjust the overall volume.

    Acoustics: still too weak. Enhance their brilliance. A tad more stereo field needs too.

    Drumstuff: all at the right place but the snare. Volume still too low. If you can't do better with the one you used, add a "80's" one (if you need some samples, i got something :) ) then wide his stereo field and add a longer reverb.

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Looks like I had to work with another snare, cause the one I was using was at its max potential. I used the compression ratio you mentioned, but had to manually equalize parts of it due to the piano being recorded with the vocals. Added a bit more to fluff it up and further separated the pads. I'm learning a lot, thank you.

  6. Alien
    Alien on Fri 12th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    That's totally Jenna's style, and as always so much good advice from HenryPascal. I would also de-ess jenna's vocals, imho.
    Good work guys!

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Thank you, yes it has been tough to produce without any headphones to properly assess the frequencies. I unfortunately am working from my gaming headset at the moment lol. Plan on getting new quality headphones soon and I will be set to properly first-time edit.

  7. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Wed 10th Apr 2019 - 2 years ago

    Enlightened strikes back! Lovely idea to dress Jenna's vocals on a late 80's/early 90's song... the music is very beautiful, but you seem to have forgotten some suggestions that I already gave you on the track with Farisha!

    Listening in headphones, I have the impression that Jenna is singing in front of me, while all the music is behind me!

    This happens because, probably, you have not entered the compressions in the various patterns. In particular, like in Zombie, the bass seem to be missing, Jenna's voice dominates all the instrumental and the sound, in general, thickens everything in the central part of the stereo field.

    My tips: everything that works as a pad is assigned to a wide stereo field, so that it seems to "embrace" the whole song. The bass line must be in mono, all the drumlines must have a more limited stereo field (you can, eventually, add on them a very light reverb or, better, use the parallel compression)

    On the snare, especially, which is the most beautiful drumline sound here, you could use a different compression, widening the stereo field a bit and adding a stronger reverb.

    Decrease the volume of Jenna's voice, which is already very consistent, so as not to bury the music, you can also create a volume envelopment so you can optimize the mix with the instruments in real time.

    Try all this, then let me know!

    Reply by TheEnlightenedOne

    Yeah I put her in the center with no competing element so I could have afforded to lessen the volume, I was afraid to block her out. I'll revise it and be posting it as soon as I've remastered it. Thanks for lookin out. :)

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