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  • lucky one thanks user 'DamonBreakz' in the forum message ' Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)'.
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  • DamonBreakz replied to the topic 'Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)' in the forum.
    21 hours 5 minutes ago

    We have a folder. If you haven't received an invite or it was sent to your wrong email address, please tell me what your email addess is and I will add you.

    //Damon Breakz\\ :cheer:
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  • DamonBreakz replied to the topic 'Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)' in the forum.
    21 hours 34 minutes ago

    You can start hassling me now haha I am getting back to 'normal' after a Bossa Nova tour. I am off again in August for a gig in Brugge. I will be meeting 9000Knobs, hopefully Senthrax, and also perhaps Luc if I can get across to Liége.

    The best way to get me and hassle me and give me a kick up the rear, is on www.facebook.com/dave.holmes.profile

    Please contact me anytime anyone. Will be great to hear the new tracks and I have to get producing myself too!

    I guess I should make that Dropbox folder now, hey... haha give me a minute or three.


    //Damon Breakz\\
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  • DamonBreakz thanks user 'lucky one' in the forum message ' Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)'.
    21 hours 37 minutes ago
  • DamonBreakz thanks user 'Scheimann' in the forum message ' Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)'.
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  • DamonBreakz thanks user 'Scheimann' in the forum message ' Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)'.
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  • Karl37 replied to the topic 'K37 - Via Vobis' in the forum.
    23 hours 12 minutes ago

    Hey man thanks for listening :)

    Yeah i tend to split the strings into various sections needed for the track at that time, though i do also use an ensemble section also along with 2nd violins, Cello and bass and Viola's all each with staccato sections but then i do the same for the brass sections which in this track are horns, trumpets and tuba.
    The drums are something I've been working a lot on as i always used to use nexus for them but they always sounded weak, now i really take time in layering them up with some snappy high end percs to bring them through and the right reverb too.

    Thanks again bud.
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  • Fatass Bully replied to the topic 'Glass Basement Blues (Preston's Theme)' in the forum.
    yesterday

    Hey, nice track! I enjoyed it.
    I have one mixing notice though - to my taste drums sound muddy, maybe not the kick, but definetely the snare sound. It has this strange characteristic, which is hard to describe, but the most close would be that it sounds very filtered OR with some sort of phase issues (I doubt that though, considering you picked sample from the Reason library, but I saw you used the Stereo Imager and it could add some phasing stuff). And your hihats are barely hearable, all in all add more Highend to pretty much everything.
    Other than these mixing nit-picks I think its an entertaining track to listen to.
    Cheers.
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