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A free album with little processing!

Postby reole » Thu May 09, 2013 8:35 pm

Let me know what you think?

Hey, it's a free download too, so spread the love ;)

This was done in the box using Logic delay only. Natural reverbs. The screenshots of the mixing desk looks proper boring! lol

No side-chaining, no groupings etc...

Instrument recordings into Gemini II and session pack pre-amp.

Then all tracks run through TLA tubetracker.

Waves plugin for mastering/limiting.

Done.

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Re: A free album with little processing!

Postby zenguitar » Thu May 09, 2013 11:23 pm

Damn!!!! That's ugly green!!!

But it's not clear why you are posting here at SOS. Is it for promotion or to get mix feedback?

Here's some advice... when you post it's always worth making some effort to make it clear exactly why you are posting. Without that, we are left guessing and looking for clues.

So, how about this? You have a dot com address, so it is commercial. And on that basis I've moved this thread to the Product & Industry News forum. It's not final, but on the evidence it's appropriate. And I (or the other mods) would be more than happy to move the thread again to somewhere more appropriate, it just needs you to talk to us in proper English rather than
Hey, it's a free download too, so spread the love
this sort of thing.

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Re: A free album with little processing!

Postby reole » Tue Jun 11, 2013 5:54 pm

Hey Andy,

Thanks for that! Yeah, I guess it's both for a bit of promotion and also to let folks know how it was recorded. So, I thought SOS is all about stuff like that right?!

Anyway, it's just a free mp3 album that is doing well over State side and was even looking for comments etc...

So, let me know what you think?

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A nice review on http://ventsmagazine.com/ya-heard-me-by-reole/

Download it here on http://www.reolemusic.com/

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