Steve Jobe wrote:Whoa ! delightfully constructed!, begging for a fretless bass and some crunch power chords IMO to spice it up
Steve Jobe wrote:...Nay on the movie, yea on the fretless....good stuff, like it!!
bigaquarium wrote:I think it was a Richard Donner film (post Superman), and it was somewhat widely panned because although it's a great medieval-aged kind of film it had a largely rock soundtrack instead of an orchestra!
Bigaquarium comments Evening!
You know one thing that doesn't get said enough is how great the Mixcraft Orchestral Instruments are, really a cut above anything in the price range. I'm in the middle of composing a more involved track using such instruments. Here's a sample...
bigaquarium wrote:One question I have is about mastering an orchestral project. I’d like to create a sense of the room and a bit of space between the listener and the instruments without oodles of reverb. Izotope is really good about creating different spaces but the Izotope compression seems to be pretty aggressive most of the time to me anyway. Is it just a matter of lowering the gain before it hits Izotope to overcome this? I did pick up the Ozone Imager too, maybe that would be better.
Ian Craig wrote:It sounded way better before the compression (if that's what you did to the sound, other than adding stuff). I'd personally not have reduced the fast piano part's volumes where you did either. It's just my impression. I had the same troubles with my track Haywire in 1997/98. There ended up being 250 versions before I finished it, so expect to have to backtrack on some decisions.
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