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#96809 - 12/12/10 08:25 AM [User Showcase] While waiting for BIAB 2011 ...
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Hi all
While waiting on the arrival of BIAB 2011 (takes a wee bit longer here in Europe) I'm still fooling around with BIAB 2010.5 and I just love it. Browsing through various styles yesterday I started to compile some funky stuff. Well, here it is (smashed to death I know but it's got to be LOUD).
Cheers, Daniel

http://www.songramp.com/mod/mps/viewprivtrack.php?trackid=57133

edit: as usual, this is "work in progress". Any comments, suggestions, critiques are welcome.

Title: You're Welcome
File:You're Welcome.MGU
Key=Eb , Tempo 100, Length (m:s)=2:55
Style is _BASDR_J.STY (Bare Bass and Drums(100 RS))
RealTracks in style: 515:Bass, Electric, Funk Smooth Jammin Ev 100
RealTracks in song: ~~714:Piano, Acoustic, Rhythm Bossa Ev 085
RealTracks in song: 785:Guitar, Acoustic, Strumming CrossoverSnappy Sw16 090
RealTracks in song: 671:Organ, B3, Background Southern Ev 120
RealTracks in song: ~1056:Sax, Alto, Soloist SmoothJazzCool Sw16 100
RealTracks in song: ~1068:Trumpet, Soloist SmoothJazzCool Sw16 100
RealDrums in Style: HipHop
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Edited by deltagolf (12/12/10 08:55 AM)

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#96810 - 12/12/10 10:07 AM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: deltagolf]
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Very cool.
I like
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#96811 - 12/12/10 10:21 AM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: rharv]
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Hey Rharv - thanks man!
(I kind'a like it too) ;-)
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#96812 - 12/12/10 10:34 AM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: deltagolf]
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Great groove! I loved it.
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#96813 - 12/12/10 11:47 AM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: Marty Wittmann]
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Great funk!

Love that sax and trumpet call and response.

Super mix.
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#96814 - 12/12/10 03:17 PM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: MarioD]
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Thank you Marty and Mario. As I mentioned, it's work in progress. Made already some changes to the mix. I can't decide on the level of bass 'n drums.
Daniel
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#96815 - 12/13/10 06:46 AM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: deltagolf]
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good feel but wasnt quite sure if the volume of the drums got a bit lower in the mix Frankie
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#96816 - 12/13/10 08:54 AM [User Showcase] Re: While waiting for BIAB 2011 ... [Re: tributeman]
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Quote:

good feel but wasnt quite sure if the volume of the drums got a bit lower in the mix Frankie




Hi Frankie. Thanks.
I don't have any automation or volume curve on the drums in this tune (only little bit on Trumpet and Sax). This tune is compressed and limited quite hard. I guess that's why the drums get less dominant in the mix. I haven't checked but will check again. Very valuable observation, thanks.
Also I took the drum volume a little bit down (and EQ'd a wee bit less bright) since the first release. Can't check right now - I'm at the office at work (as you can see ;-) and I blew one speaker here last week (was my fault, sets me back quite some $$, brand new Adam A3X).
Daniel

edit: BIAB 2011 just arrived here, the box/harddrive is sitting on my desk. How I wish I could have a go right away....
new edit one day later: BIAB 2011 works great. No HD problems. Looking forward for some spare time.


Edited by deltagolf (12/14/10 04:32 AM)
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